Chance Meeting by Laura Moore

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Growing up trapped by her father's wealth, awkward Ty Stannard found freedom on horseback. A talented equestrian, she yearned to ride as well as her idol, champion Steve Sheppard. Worshiping the handsome Kentuckian, she treasures the lucky medallion he gives her the day they chance to meet. But then a nasty fall changes everything, and Ty is forced to leave her dreams behind.
Now a beautiful woman, determined to live life on her own terms, Ty learns that Steve stands on the brink of ruin. Moved by memories of his kindness to her, she offers him financial backing, but Steve perceives only a selfish socialite amusing herself at his expense. In a daring move, he challenges Ty to be not only a financial partner -- but a full-time farmhand as well, expecting she'll tire of the hardships of a working stable. To Steve's surprise, Ty takes up his challenge.
As they rebuild Southwind, Steve's beloved stable, they find unexpected strength and comfort in each other -- and a passion neither can deny. But their fragile love will be tested by not only those who seek to destroy what they have built, but also the insecurities and doubts that shadow their own very vulnerable hearts.
 

About Laura Moore

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LAURA MOORE is the author of Trouble Me, Believe in Me, Remember Me, In Your Eyes, Night Swimming, Chance Meeting and Ride a Dark Horse. She is also an accomplished rider and art historian who lives north of Chicago with her husband, two children, and two black labs.
















Author Residence: Chicago, IL
















Author Hometown: New York, NY
 
Published March 16, 2002 by Pocket Books. 432 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Or consider the poet Marianne Moore’s meetings with the artist Joseph Cornell, who took time out from his infatuations with Marcel Duchamp and Marlene Dietrich to court her, later ruefully remarking to his sister, “You know, I was thinking, I wish I hadn’t been so reserved”;

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