Lottie and her father Billy are devoted to the Folly Lake Equestrian Centre. But, when the owner Marcus, dies, it falls to his widow Amanda, (who incidentally hates village life and anything to do with horses) to decide it's fate. What would Lottie and Billy do without the centre. It was only by working there that Billy was able to get over the death of his wife, Alexandra. And what about all the other fun characters that round out this book? What does the village of Tippermere in Cheshire, England mean to them? If you're a fan of Fiona Walker, or if you enjoy country life, horses and village scandal then you will want to read along and find out what happens in Tippermere. It's fun, lighthearted and while I didn't think it had anywhere near the electric tension and conflict found in Fiona Walker's books, it was nonetheless entertaining.