Catch Handle by Alison O’Mara (Book Review #879)

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Catch handle is a fictional contemporary story about beautiful Arabian horses and Vivian, a new veterinarian’s journey working with them at her aunt’s ranch.

What I find fascinating, admire, and love most in life is the connection humans have with animals. In this case, horses are the most in-depth animals I have known, and their characters, behaviors, and personality traits are the sweetest. The author managed to beautifully embody this bond and relativity into the story.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Alongside this beautiful connection, the story also had a thrilling mystery nature to it. The protagonist, Vivian, is a smart woman who has studied medicine and is very familiar with horses. As a vet, she suspects foul play after a few incidents of accidents happens. This added mystery and intensified the story. Unexplained murders add up to be through provoking.

A particular note worth mentioning was that you also got to know more about the darker side of horse breeding and training by reading the story. I believe this matter hit closer to my heart than I expected.

I appreciated a woman being the lead character for this contemporary fiction. The added female perspective and touch enriched the story altogether.

I recommend this book to anyone who loves books about horses, breeding, and murder mysteries.

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