Elemental Elves 1: Horse Play by Mary  Winter

Horse Play by Mary Winter
Elemental Elves, Book One
Changeling Press
Paranormal/Shape-Shifter Romance
ISBN (10): 1-59596-638-2 (13): 978-1-59596-638-4
Reviewed by Amelia

   

 

Clarice Davenvic loves horses.  She runs a therapeutic riding farm and has recently bought a beautiful horse named Flynn.  Clarice hopes that Flynn will help her win a riding purse.  She can use that money to run her farm.  But while taking a ride on Flynn she takes a tumble, and breaks her arm, ending her chances of riding in the competition.

Flynn D’Artange is an Earth Elf.  He’s been sent to Clarice to teach her to slow down and enjoy life.  Flynn loves being in his equine form, and sometimes he gets a little carried away, hence the reason for Clarice’s fall.  He feels guilty, knowing that he’s ruined her chance for winning the money and will probably fail in his mission.

Flynn also feels a great attraction to Clarice.  He visits her in her dreams, and then lets her know that he’s a shape shifter, and an elf.  Then he comes up with a plan to help Clarice with her business, and save his mission.

Horse Play is an entertaining read that sets up a fascinating world.  I fell in love with Flynn and his caring nature.  Watching him and Clarice fall in love made me laugh and smile.

Secondary characters made a great set up for other books in the series.  I can’t wait to see where this one goes.  I highly recommend this story.

     

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