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Release day: Two Hearts Healing

12 January 2020

Today is the official release of Two Hearts Healing by Renee Dahlia (ebook, Escape Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

Australian author Renee Dahlia takes us back to Merindah Park for this rural romance about letting go of the past and the healing power of horses.

Serena Bassett

Home. It’s been a long journey to recovery after the horse racing accident that nearly killed me, and now I’m ready to embrace life. Yes, I have a head injury, but that’s not going to stop me creating a survival list of all the things I was too polite to do before. Number one on the list is to ride again. Also on the list: kiss Lee Edwards, my former boss and hot-as-hell neighbour. Not that I’m going to write that one down where anyone might see it.

Lee Edwards

The last six months have been hell. Not only did one of my horses nearly kill my stable jockey, Serena, but the accident wrecked my friendship with her brother and reminded me that I’m a failure. Just like my father said I’d be. I moved to Australia, the other side of the world, to get away from his negative voice and create a new life as a horse trainer. And now Serena is on my doorstep, demanding to learn to ride again. I can’t do it. I won’t be responsible for hurting her again. So why is it so hard to say no?

Renee dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

Two Hearts Healing is about a jockey who has a race-day fall and suffers a brain injury. I interviewed four jockeys who’d had similar falls about their recovery as part of my research, and each of them are remarkable women. The important part of this book, for me, is that Serena doesn’t get a magical cure, but has a realistic journey. Part of her HEA is discovering how she can create a life after her accident, one that includes her love of horses, while also navigating her injury recovery. The hero, Lee, is the next door neighbour, who trained the horse Serena was riding when she was hurt. Importantly, no animals are injured in this book.

You can find out more about this book on Renee’s website or buy it from HarperCollins.

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