The Canterwood Crest Stable of Books : Take the Reins; Chasing Blue; Behind the Bit; Triple Fault
The first four titles in the popular Canterwood Crest series are now available as an eBook boxed set.In Take the Reins, Sasha Silver and her thoroughbred, Charm, arrive on the campus of elite Canterwood Crest Academy. Sasha knows immediately that she's not in her home town anymore. Surrounded by the trappings of privilege, Sasha feels inadequate. But she's determined to prove to others--and herself--that she isn't just a big fish rider from a small town. She belongs on the Canterwood equestrian team-after all, she was recruited. But it turns out that her talent might be harder to prove then she thought. In Chasing Blue, Sasha and Charm have proven that they're worthy competitors for any girl on the elite Canterwood Crest equestrian team. Now Sasha must prove herself again when she finds out that she'll be working with her arch-nemesis, Queen Bee Heather, on the advanced riding team to win their school the blue ribbon-- first place-- in the national competition. Will Sasha and Heather be able to put their differences aside and work together to put Canterwood Equestrian on the map? In Behind the Bit, Sasha and her team have been accepted to the Mr. Conner's prestigious clinic, on campus over mid-winter break. Even better, they find out that scouts from the Youth Equestrian National Team will be there looking for new members. But, to make it the girls must work together as team--which might be hard to do given the state of the "team"... In Triple Fault, Sasha has had it. First, Heather pretends to date Sasha's boyfriend behind her back, just to mess with her. Strike One. Then, Callie cops an attitude because a guy she has a crush on starts crushing on Sasha. Strike Two. Add to that a former BFF who steals your boyfriend? Strike. Three.
- Electronic book text
- 26 Jul 2011
- SIMON & SCHUSTER
- United States
- f-c cvr
Jessica Burkhart is twenty-three years old and a full-time freelance writer. She was a competitive equestrian when she was younger, but had to stop riding after spinal surgery. Jessica blogs regularly and lives in New York City.