'Fun, sexy and unputdownable - a classic' Marian Keyes
‘Flawlessly entertaining’ Helen Fielding
‘Joyful and mischievous’ Jojo Moyes
Set against the glorious Cotswold countryside, Riders offers an intoxicating blend of swooning romance, adventure and hilarious high jinks.
Brooding hero Jake Lovell, under whose magic hands even the most difficult horse or woman is charmed, is driven by his loathing of the dashing darling of the show ring, Rupert Campbell-Black. Having pinched each other’s horses and drunk their way around the capitals of Europe, the feud between the two men finally erupts with devastating consequences at the Los Angeles Olympics . . .
A classic bestseller, Riders takes the lid off international show jumping, a sport where the brave horses are almost human, but the humans behave like animals.
‘Sex and horses: who could ask for more?’ Sunday Telegraph
Readers can’t resist Riders
***** ‘wildly entertaining’
***** ‘pure racy escapism’
***** ‘Rupert really is as fabulous as people say!’
Sex and horses: who could ask for more?
‘Fun, sexy and unputdownable – a classic’
Joyful and mischievous. I know of no woman my age who won't admit that Rupert Campbell-Black nearly ruined them for other men for life . . .
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