Stealing The Show : - Christina Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 752816055 / Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Christina Jones / Edition: 1st thus. / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2001-01-20 by Orion Books Ltd.
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by - written on 02/07/12 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Many, many years ago I, a horse-mad youngster, went to an equine demonstration night, all wide-eyed and fascinated, and came away with a goody bag sponsored by an equestrian magazine. Amongst samples of horsey products, a free magazine and various leaflets from horsefeed providers, I found a paperback fiction book called Going The Distance by Christina Jones. At the time I was still a bit young for reading what was soon to become known as "chick lit" so I put it on the shelf, refusing to get rid of it because fundamentally it was horse connected and therefore I knew one day it would get read, and forgot about it for a year or two. I ... Read the complete review
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