Silks and Sins

Silks and Sins Geri and Jackie O Keane inherit their father s riding stables in Ireland and both business women set about modernising including a website When Jackie meets Valentine Murney a rising star in the f

  • Title: Silks and Sins
  • Author: Clare O'Beara
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Geri and Jackie O Keane inherit their father s riding stables in Ireland and, both business women, set about modernising, including a website When Jackie meets Valentine Murney, a rising star in the flat racing world, her life appears complete Val, who admits that he s no saint, is dedicated, good looking, kind, and a great lover Jackie sets her sights on the highly comGeri and Jackie O Keane inherit their father s riding stables in Ireland and, both business women, set about modernising, including a website When Jackie meets Valentine Murney, a rising star in the flat racing world, her life appears complete Val, who admits that he s no saint, is dedicated, good looking, kind, and a great lover Jackie sets her sights on the highly competitive most stylish lady raceday prizes Meanwhile Geri is drifting towards her own relationship But when two spiteful stable girls tell Jackie that her jockey boyfriend has been sleeping with someone else, she faces making a decision which might be the greatest mistake of her life.
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    • Jim says:

      I'm not much of a romance reader, but this was more about horses in Ireland. The romance wasn't overpowering nor distracting & seemed natural enough. I originally thought this was more of a YA book, but the situations are probably best suited for older teens & up.It was an interesting situation; 2 sisters inherit their father's riding stable. They need to update it & breath new life into the situation. They certainly do that. Very likable, although a bit sketchy as was the mother.Odd [...]

    • Lynda Filler says:

      This is a charming novel of two sisters and love. I enjoyed the setting in horse country. It was fast paced, fun and delightful. I felt as if I was right there, riding on the horse, dressing up for the judges and falling in love. Great job Ms. O'Beara!

    • Charlene says:

      This book is about Irish horse racing and people who deal with other horse-related establishments.I must admit that I know very little about this topic, but the main characters include two sisters who are trying to make a go of their deceased father's horse-training/lessons farm [pardon me if I have these terms all wrong], their mother, who decided to move to town, a jockey who is interested in the younger sister, and a man who is interested in the older sister.I read this book on my Kindle and [...]

    • Sheree says:

      I love romance books and also used to do a lot of horse riding and so this book seemed to be the perfect choice for me. I liked the characters particular Valentine with his confident nature perfect for the main male lead. I can see that the author had knowledge or researched her subject well as this came across abundantly in the story. An interesting and worth while read. Highly recommended.

    • Virginia Anderson says:

      Two sisters who appear to be in their twenties, Jackie and Geri O'Keane, inherit a family riding stable in Ireland when their father dies. Geri, just made "redundant" by layoffs, and Jackie, going through the motions in a less-than-promising job, decide to take a chance and revitalize the stable into a vibrant and profitable enterprise. This project leads each to meet an eligible young man. The book focuses primarily on Jackie's relationship with Val, a promising jockey. As a romance, the book f [...]

    • Joanie Chevalier says:

      The book itself is surprisingly short and fairly easy to read, although readers should keep it mind that it’s written in British English. There are two adult daughters who are somewhat floundering about when their dad dies and leaves them the somewhat neglected horse stables. They need to figure out how to make money while the stables are in probate so they put their thinking caps on and modernize it. One of the sisters, Jackie meets a handsome jockey and they find themselves in a racy relatio [...]

    • D. Richards says:

      This is a well-written, pleasant, easy reading novel on the adult woman's theme "looking for true love when hope is thin" that ends well for two sisters who each finds her man. Sex scenes were a little racy, but no sins were committed. Especially recommended for readers into horses, riding stables, and the racing world. The storyline demands that more alluring women be placed on the cover.

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