Horsemen of Cross Roads Farm, Book 2
Filipa Beltran is tired . . . sick and tired of living out her parents’ dreams. After years of guitar lessons and the seemingly endless string of part-time jobs to pay for them, Filipa makes a drastic decision to leave New York and the hope of becoming a professional musician behind and return to her hometown, to move forward with her life–on her terms.
The past year has been nothing short of crazy for Nathan Cross. Once set on becoming a big business mogul, Nathan’s plans derail following his father’s untimely death and his mother’s whirlwind remarriage. Now he’s headed back home to carry on his father’s legacy running an equine therapy program . . . and trusting God to sort out his future.
When Nathan discovers childhood friend Filipa is also back in town–to stay–he finds it hard to swallow. Maybe she wasn’t the girl he thought, or else she wouldn’t sacrifice everything her parents dreamed of for her.
Can Nathan and Filipa find contentment in their God-given gifts?
What readers are saying . . .
“I’m a sucker for a clean romance. But the way the book ended had me in tears!!! You hit a sweet spot with me! . . . probably my favorite ending EVER!!”—a reader
“I am such a Myra Johnson fan! She knows how to sweep me away with every book she writes! Johnson digs deep to unfold an emotional journey that brings growth and ultimate satisfaction . . . a thought-provoking story thread . . . culminates in an immensely satisfying conclusion that brings everything around full circle. This is one sweet romance too good to miss!!!”—Best Reads Review
“[This book] may be my favorite yet. The ending was especially touching and meaningful to me. . . . I feel so much a part of the story and setting with [Ms. Johnson’s] way of describing time and place, and the dovetailing of each section of the story into the next. I am looking forward to the next installment.”—a reader