Sixteen-year-old Vicky Miller feels overloaded since her parents filed for divorce. Her mother got the house and a new job. Her step-dad has the new car and a new girlfriend. Vicky has the five kids, her younger half-brothers and sisters who range from 18 months to 10 years old to look after and her own life now comes second to their needs and wants. It's been six months of house-cleaning, baby-sitting, cooking, non-stop laundry and Vicky is through waiting for her life to improve. She has plans for her sophomore year at Lincoln High and they don't include being an unpaid servant. If it takes a constant battle to attend her riding classes and complete her internship at Shamrock Stable, she's ready to fight for her goal to be the best natural horse trainer around. Her parents may not have time for her to be with horses, but she has dreams no one can steal. Why should she give them away? But will keeping them mean she loses her family?It only took a few minutes for me to set up the next weeka#39;s schedule. Ia#39;d be back on ... I saw Ricka#39;s new Jeep Liberty waiting in the driveway in front of our house. ... I climbed out of his pickup and walked up on the passenger side of the Jeep.
|Title||:||No Time for Horses|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-10-21|