#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


They’re Home!!!!!!

Buck, Skye, Banjo and Coco are HOME, at long, long last. They’ve loving their big new pasture, running and rolling–no interest at all in the fancy barn. (Yet.) Or in me, actually. But, hey. They’re busy being horses.

Life as it should be. What a joy it is to see them, heads and tails high, coats gleaming in the bright July sunshine.

This here is one grateful cowgirl.

Now, where did I put those barn boots of mine?

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