By Way of the Moonlight
by Musser, Elizabeth






"Allie Massey's dream to use her grandparents' estate for equine therapy is crushed when she discovers the property has been sold to a contractor. With weeks until demolition, Allie unearths some of Nana Dale's best-kept secrets-including her champion filly, a handsome man, and one fateful night during WWII-and perhaps a clue to keep her own dream alive"-





Elizabeth Musser, an Atlanta native, lives and works with her husband in southern France. She is the author of 11 novels, including the critically acclaimed The Swan House and When I Close My Eyes. Learn more at www.elizabethmusser.com.





Allie's dreams for turning her family's Buckhead estate into a therapeutic riding academy look unachievable since her grandmother Dale seemingly changed her will, allowing a developer to build a subdivision on the land. Allie is so obsessed about the loss of the estate, she cancels her wedding and attempts to prepare for the estate sale while searching for a wooden box in which she hopes to find what she needs to save the estate. Musser takes readers back to the 1930s, when young Dale loved horses and became a competitive rider. Tommy, the son of one of the wealthiest families in America, encourages her to compete with him at ever higher levels of equestrian skills. When WWII begins, he joins the branch of the U.S. Coast Guard patrolling the southern coast. Twists and turns, along with prayer, mend broken relationships. Filled with extensive details about equestrian competition at elite levels and the accoutrements of affluent southern society during this era, Musser's novel will appeal to horse-loving readers and those with a fondness for historical fiction about the upper-classes. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.





Allie's dreams for turning her family's Buckhead estate into a therapeutic riding academy look unachievable since her grandmother Dale seemingly changed her will, allowing a developer to build a subdivision on the land. Allie is so obsessed about the loss of the estate, she cancels her wedding and attempts to prepare for the estate sale while searching for a wooden box in which she hopes to find what she needs to save the estate. Musser takes readers back to the 1930s, when young Dale loved horses and became a competitive rider. Tommy, the son of one of the wealthiest families in America, encourages her to compete with him at ever higher levels of equestrian skills. When WWII begins, he joins the branch of the U.S. Coast Guard patrolling the southern coast. Twists and turns, along with prayer, mend broken relationships. Filled with extensive details about equestrian competition at elite levels and the accoutrements of affluent southern society during this era, Musser's novel will appeal to horse-loving readers and those with a fondness for historical fiction about the upper-classes. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.






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