Raising the Bar (#09 in High Hurdles Series)
Against difficult odds, D.J. Randall has discovered God's plan in her life and started her quest for Olympic gold. A terrific role-model and inspiration if you ever wanted to tackle a dream, D.J. faces real-life issues that you'll recognize while...
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Against difficult odds, D.J. Randall has discovered God's plan in her life and started her quest for Olympic gold. A terrific role-model and inspiration if you ever wanted to tackle a dream, D.J. faces real-life issues that you'll recognize while remaining determined and faithful throughout. In Raising the Bar, she faced with an obstacle that seems to big for even her to overcome.^^Summer has arrived and DJ is enjoying her vacation fully. Only it's not totally a vacation. Every day she's off to Briones Rising Academy to train with Herndon. That that he's her horse she struggling to learn his habits and tricks. After some early frustration she begins to miss her old horse Major and wonders if she and Herndon will ever have that same connection. ^^Two weeks at the U.S. Equestrian Team training camp, however, appears to answer her questions. The pair are making solid progress. When the return home, a mysterious fire threatens not only their growing bond but the safety of all the horses in the barn. DJ most overcome a deep, secret fear to be able to save her horse.
While rescuing Herndon and other horses from a burning barn, fifteen-year-old DJ suffers serious injuries but also finds that God has answered her prayer to overcome a life-long fear of fire.
Book 9 of High Hurdles. DJ Randall is just getting connected with her new horse Herndon when a dangerous fire in the barn threatens not only their terrific progress but the welfare of the horse. DJ must overcome a deep fear and try and save her animal friend.
Lauraine Snelling is an award-winning author of over 50 books including The Healing Quilt, The Way of Women, and Saturday Morning. The recipient of the Silver Angel Award and a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart, she also writes for a wide range of magazines and teaches at writers' conferences across the country. She and her husband make their home in Tehachapi, California.