Project Rebuild

by Sasha Kay Riley

Sasha Kay Riley - Project Rebuild
Editions:Kindle: $ 3.99
Pages: 81

Grant Draper has just inherited his dying family business. There hasn't been much interest in horse-drawn carriages in his part of New York for years, but he can't stand the thought of giving up the business and letting his late grandfather down. It's just that rebuilding the business is going to take a miracle.

Brendan Herrmann has finally found the horse carriage his father has been hunting for years to add to his collection. But the ancient Draper & Sons coach needs more work than he had hoped. It needs to be completely rebuilt. He's afraid no one will be up to the task, until he discovers the company Facebook page.

The project for Bren could very well be the miracle Grant needs to save Draper & Sons, and it comes with the added bonus of living with the very attractive Bren. But then, just when everything seems like it's falling into place, someone tries to take away everything Grant has left.

Will the fragile future Grant and Bren are building be able to survive fire and fraud? Will they be able to rebuild?

About the Author

Sasha started writing in junior high, but it wasn't until 2013 that she decided to try publishing when her characters demanded more than a place on her computer's hard drive. I've always loved books, but when I was in grade school I generally refused to read anything that didn't have a horse on the cover. I guess it's no surprise that I ended up writing stories about equestrians. I'm from upstate New York and grew up about a mile from a thoroughbred racetrack. My dad worked there as a stable hand when I was little, and he used to take me to see the horses. That's where my love of horses began. I do have my own horse, who I bought in 2013. He and his pasture mates are always a source of inspiration when I need it. I'm still new to the publishing world, and it makes me ridiculously excited to know that people actually read my books. It's great to finally have a good reason to listen to those voices in my head.


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