If only the Pine Hollow girls could be as good at relationships as they are at riding horses
After scoring well on the PSATs, Carole is finally getting some of the privileges back from before she was grounded. Even though she can’t work or see her friends as much as she used to, her dad is letting her go to Pine Hollow four days a week, which means she gets to see Ben.
Since returning from California, Lisa and Alex haven’t been the same. They decide to take a “break” from their relationship, but what does that really mean? Meanwhile, Stevie’s first assignment on the school paper is about marriage. It’s not exactly hard-hitting journalism, but she just may learn a thing or two about romance while writing it.
Bonnie Bryant is the author of over one hundred forty books about horses, including the Saddle Club series and its spinoffs, the Pony Tails series and the Pine Hollow series. Bryant did not know very much about horses before writing the first Saddle Club book in 1986, so she found herself learning right along with the characters she created. She has also written novels and movie novelizations under her married name, Bonnie Bryant Hiller. Bryant was born and raised in New York City, where she still lives today.