Review of Remember Me by: Laura Moore


A rising star in the modeling world, Margot Radcliffe hasn’t forgotten the hurt that sent her running from Rosewood, the beautiful Virginia horse farm where she was raised. Travis Maher, a ruggedly handsome rebel and gifted horse trainer with a hard-knock past, had once captured Margot’s heart—only to break it.

But when tragedy strikes her family, Margot is forced to set aside her skyrocketing career and return to a place she never expected to see again, where the legs that everyone admires belong to Thoroughbreds, not supermodels. Now Rosewood Farm’s success depends on Margot, and the only person she can count on for help is the very man who so ruthlessly rejected her love all those years ago.

As Margot and Travis enter an uneasy truce to save Rosewood from financial ruin, their wild natures clash and their unresolved passions for each other begin to surge. But can this hard-edged horseman find a way to express his desire for the one woman he’s ever loved before she’s lost to him forever?


OMG! This is one of the best books I have read in a long time! Although it is 391 pages, it is a quick read. It is almost impossible to put it down. Margot and Travis are as opposite as a couple can be, but somehow they fit. They were up and down, back and forth, over and beyond; their relationship woes were so exciting and I was practically biting my nails in anticipation and worry. The horses were as much a part of the story (and the family) as the humans were and I really enjoyed that. I think Margot grew in to a woman right before our eyes (learning to be a guardian and etc). Laura did a great job at telling this story. It was a perfect mixture of reality and every woman’s fantasy. I will definitely be reading more works of art from this author.


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