Friday’s Folly: A Christian Romance (A Sinclair Island Romance Book 3)

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Falling in love will destroy his dream of leaving the island. But can he stop himself?

Max is desperate to get off Sinclair Island and away from a dead-end job working for his widowed father.

Then he and his horse literally run into the feisty and attractive Camille.

Trouble is, she’s just begun a career on the very island he longs to escape from. He’ll have to fight his feelings for the pretty vet tech if he has any hope of starting life on the mainland.

Camille brings Friday’s Folly, her newly-rescued racehorse, to Sinclair Stables. She discovers that Max has valuable experience training Off Track Thoroughbreds, which she lacks, but she’s having a hard time getting him to thaw. His irreverence towards God also troubles her.

When his horse goes missing, Camille is able to help, and uses the opportunity to engage him in lively discussions. Max struggles hard to refute her arguments for God – and keep his emotional distance.

But when her prayers on his behalf are answered, he’s forced to rethink his position about God.

And about Camille.

Praise for ‘Friday’s Folly’

5.0 out of 5 stars: This is a wonderful story!

This is a well written book that hooks you on the first page. It has action, drama and romance and will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next. I loved this book and the series. – Ann Ferri

5.0 out of 5 stars: So Good!

I laughed and fussed out loud through out this book at the things that happened to these two and their horses. If you like clean stories and love horse themes, I highly recommend ‘Friday’s Folly’. – Shelia Garrison

5.0 out of 5 stars: Informative and entertaining!

Great story with action, romance, a bit of drama, and a HEA ending.
I loved spending more time with characters from the previous books in the Sinclair Island series, but this book could have stood on its own.

This is one of those stories where everyone else sees they love each other before they notice it…. one of my favorite tropes! – MaryEllen