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Saturday, June 27, 2015

#Review #Giveaway Change Rein by Anne Jolin @InkSlingerPR

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Change Rein Synopsis:

London Daniels is returning home to Willow Bay, Alberta, on the heels of a televised loss. She blew her shot at the Summer Olympics and cost Canada the gold medal in dressage. During her years of training abroad, her family's stable has fallen on hard times, and thus, they’ve accepted an offer to board the racehorses of Branson Tucker, the infamous tycoon, for the winter. London lacks conviction after her ill-fated fall. And as if returning to her hometown to watch her epic failure replay on everyone's big screen isn't torture enough, she’s expected to cater to a man with an ego bigger than her hundred-acre farm just to earn a dime. Is London saddling up for another ride that will leave both her heart and her ass in the dirt? Or could the handsome, unwanted guest at Willow Bay Stables be her second chance to go for gold? 

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I am a huge fan of Anne Jolin’s books, definitely a 1-click author for me. This is the first book in s new series and I’m excited to read the rest of the books. It’s a step away from her Rock Falls series, moving out of the city into the world of cowboys and horses. It’s a fast read, and super cute.
            Personally, I’m a fan of insta-love, especially when it involves a yummy alpha who won’t settle for less that the woman he wants. The chemistry between London and Branson is hot physically, but it’s also electric in the emotional connection. I felt like they became immediate best friends, rather than simply two people who are incredibly attracted.
            The plot surrounding the love story is interesting, a little mystery and intrigue. However, the focus is on the relationship between London and Branson. The book moves fast, but the author still stretches the timeline for them to grow as a couple rather than, meet and boom: married.
            The secondary characters stand out and make you want to read their stories. Aurora and Owen have a lot of potential for having their own great books.
It’s clear that the author knows her stuff when it comes to horses, and it made it very authentic. I got a little lost in at times.

Definitely a story that made me smile. I really loved London and Branson and people and as a couple. Change Rein is a great start to what will hopefully be a wonderful series. 

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Hey y’all, I was born and raised in Ladner, a small farm town just outside Vancouver, Canada. I grew up riding horses, shooting guns, and driving in trucks. I never expected to be an author. A massage therapist? Yes. Take over the family construction company? Yes. But an author? No. Writing was something that snuck up on me and rooted itself into my life. It was beautiful to discover that love, and I’m truly grateful to say I’ve found my passion. Since I’ve always been a creative person, it feels amazing to harness all of that energy and use it to tell a story I love. I enjoy incorporating bits of my real life into the stories I write. What parts are true? Hah. I’ll never tell—what would be the fun in that? If I could leave y’all with one thing, it’s that life’s far too short to not live it out loud. Drown in your passions, hold on tight to the things that inspire you, and chase your dreams relentlessly. I can promise you without a doubt that you won’t regret it. I know I don’t. Mad love, Anne Jolin 

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