Wild Horse Spring (Sisters In All Seasons)

Wild Horse Spring (Sisters In All Seasons)
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April 23, 2012
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For once Stephanie and Diana want the same thing. That's the problem. Diana and Stephanie are still trying to decide if they like each other when their blended family goes to the Outer Banks of North Carolina for spring break. They're headed in opposite directions---Diana is crazy about the wild horses and Stephanie is crazy about the boys---until one guy catches both their interests. Soon they're butting heads---again. But when their crush is accused of committing a crime against the horses, can the stepsisters band together to prove his innocence?

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Great second book of the series!
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This is the second book in the 'Sisters in all Seasons" series. Diana and Stephanie are back, and the family is going on spring break. Diana is still a bit elusive, angry and a bit hard to get along with. Stephanie is still the girl everyone loves. When the family decides to head to the beach for spring break, everyone is excited. Diana will have the opportunity to see wild horses, and Stephanie will get to hang out at the beach!

I thought this was a great second book of the series. Even though a few months have passed since the last book and the stepsisters are still having to adjust to each other. The girls attend the same school and while Stephanie is popular, she notices the other kids making fun of Diana behind her back. Stephanie has to make a hard decision to either ignore the name calling or stick up for Diana. Diana is still a bit rough around the edges and selfish. But, she has grown some since the last book and is doing her best to adjust to her new life.

Just like the first book, this book has it all. Heartwarming moments, along with some tough situations the girls find themselves in, and a great lesson is to be learned from both girls.

I really enjoy this series. I never had a sister (just brothers for me!), so even though these two girls are stepsisters, I love the bond that they share. I also really enjoy reading their POV's as well. They are so different from each other, and it's very interesting to see things through their eyes.

If you read the first book in the series and liked it, you will enjoy this one as well. And even if you haven't read the first book, go ahead and pick this one up. It's a great book for ages 10 and up!
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