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She had been the best manager of his horse farm. She was the reason his horses won top awards at national competitions. She knew his horses better than he did. How could she say she wanted to quit her job? Rich bachelor and horse farm owner Lloyd Hampton Massey wondered as he considered Danielle O’Leary’s request. With an upcoming horse competition in Paris, Lloyd knew better than to let Danielle go. Danielle claimed she wanted to move to the city of Dallas to find a husband. She had been married before but her husband had died before they had any kids, and she badly wanted her own. Lloyd decides to help Danielle find a husband just so he doesn't have to lose her. But then, could her job be the only reason Lloyd didn’t want her to leave? Or is there more to it? Get yourself a copy of Jo Anne Barnes’ Winds of Fate to know more.
Lovers of romance novels laced with a spellbinding tale of fortune tellers, rich bachelors, date nights, country life, horses, spicy romance, love, rejection, stubbornness, fate, passion, suspense, and adventure will love Jo Anne Barnes’ Winds of Fate. Barnes depicts the emotions of the cast both clearly and exquisitely with their traits brilliantly juxtaposed, making them a complicated yet authentic lot. Barnes has a knack for perfectly capturing the mood and setting the scene. The depictions were so vivid I felt like I was right next to the characters, helplessly watching their every move. She adds a dramatic touch to the scenes by giving depth to both wit and narration. Winds of Fate could be made into an engrossing Hollywood romantic movie. I loved it and look forward to reading more of Barnes’ work.