“What’s it to you, P? What is it you want?” Tinkerbelle snarled. “Me?” Pike laughed quietly. “Battles and brimstone, fire and ash, fight evil and win, die a hero and return, marry the sprite princess, raise little Eleanors, bring up foals and...” He leant into her a little then. “I don’t flipping know – to somehow matter, I guess.”
With his girlfriend away travelling and a solitary autumn ahead of him, Pike, former dressage protégé and heir to two very different family traditions, finds himself alone with the question of what he wants to do with his life. In the meantime, there is a young stallion to train, a new friend to tame, some old ones to rescue and a mystery to solve.
Set in the grounds of Hawthorne Cottage, The Boy with the Amber Eyes is a stand alone follow up to Eleanor McGraw, a pony named Mouse and a boy called Fire.
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Katharina Marcus is a Brightonian author of German-Jewish descent with a Dutch passport and a nationless heart. She lives in perpetual chaos on a ball in space with one husband, two children, four ponies and a cat. A life-long horse woman with a serious penchant for bareback riding, she used to top up her meagre earnings from writing by moonlighting as a freelance riding instructor and horse trainer when not practising as a psychotherapist or serving food. Presently she is employed as a Girl Friday in a school for exceptionally entertaining and diverse young people.
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