The Jack Harper Trilogy
RIDING OUT THE DEVIL
Reviews for Riding Out the Devil
‘I had no idea where this story line was going to take me; therefore I was so very pleasantly surprised, it introduced me to a man of Faith. Jack is a Man who loves & nurtures horses. He is a transplant from England and now lives in the U.S.
‘I’d like to know more about Jack & his life. You will too. Enjoy your read.’ – Like2Read
‘I couldn’t put the book down. The story line was enjoyable and believable.’ – Kindle Customer
‘A spirited read!’ – Skippy
RIDING OUT THE TEMPEST
Reviews for Riding Out the Tempest
‘I really enjoy the story of Jack and how he’s using horses to share his knowledge on both his illness and helping teenagers overcome health issues and insecurity issues.
‘I’m looking forward to the next one… Because Jack has to get the girl…’ – Kindle Customer
‘A very easy read with both human and animal characters, both likable and lifelike. The story leads easily from the first book, Riding out the Devil, and leads up well towards the third in the trilogy (not named yet). The author taps into her knowledge of both horses and Ulcerative Colitis as one can tell by her writing.’ – Wendy Emblin
RIDING OUT THE ROUGH
Reviews for Riding Out the Rough
‘I loved the Jack Harper trilogy and will miss escaping into its pages. It was a great story with characters that I could relate to easily. This is the fourth book I’ve read by this author and look forward to her next one.’ – John G.
‘I don’t think I’ve ever read a book so fast. The story was just a fun read and the characters were so believable. I don’t know about anyone else, but I still don’t like Penny but I have to say her part was well written.
‘I also enjoyed the ending. It was happy without it being over gushing. I’ll actually miss reading the Jack series but it was ended perfectly.’- Kindle Customer
‘The third in the series focuses less on horses and more on the relationships of Jack to the people he loves and to understanding his relationship to God. While I am not Catholic, the religious overtones in the novel encouraged me to think about my own feelings about a Higher Being and that impact in my life. These characters are flawed and human but innately good and you WANT them to be successful. A lovely Christmas Day read! Despite the author’s assurance that this is the last in the series, she has left enough things open to allow for another…..What do you think, Hilary??’ – Aviva Nebesky
RIDING OUT THE TURBULENCE – A Companion Short Story to The Jack Harper Trilogy
BRITTLE DIAMONDS – Permanently Free Book
Reviews for Brittle Diamonds
‘This is a well-written story. The characters were well-defined and believable. The details about the church and the priesthood were also well-written.’ – Kdkcrna
‘Great read! I was “hooked” by page 3. Very interesting and complex character portrayals. Suspenseful until the very end. I could not have predicted the outcome. I was torn between wanting to finish the book so I could find out the ending, yet I didn’t want the literary experience to be over. Days after completing the novel, I was still thinking about the characters and actually hoping for a sequel.’ –
RIDING OUT: THE JACK HARPER TRILOGY
Riding Out: The Jack Harper Trilogy in a box set.