By Connie Squiers
Julie lived on a very exclusive Thoroughbred horse farm in Camden, South Carolina, where her father was the manager. When her mother died, it set an unusual set of events in motion. Her dad received a letter of condolence and apology from his father, who lived in Granada, Spain. He had banished his son from his life fifteen years earlier. His apology for having no contact with his son was accompanied by a gift, a beautiful Andalusian mare.
Surprisingly, having the new horse resulted in his firing. The story includes much prayer, joy, and tragedy, including the burning of their stable by the disgruntled former employer. The thread throughout this book is this family’s trust in God and their faith that all things work together for the good.
I received a complimentary copy.