Book Review: Hot to Trot (Pony Tales)

By | November 11, 2013

Hot to TrotTitle: Hot to Trot
Author: C.P. Mandara
Available at: Amazon,  Barnes & Noble,  SmashwordsKobo, and ChimeraBooksUK
Genre: Adult Fiction
Publisher: Chimera Books
Published: 2013
C.P. Mandara’s Blog: http://christinamandara.wordpress.com/

Jenny is still up to her eyeballs in trouble at Albrecht Stables and dad hasn’t sent anyone to her rescue yet. She is trying her best to hang on till someone gets her out of there or they realize a mistake has been made but it isn’t looking good for her.

Mark is beginning to think there is more to Jenny then meets the eye yet she manages to get him to torture her with some evil punishment. With an unexpected twist that throws the stables on its ear along with Jenny’s handling and training this third installment of the Pony Tales series does not disappoint in the least.

To top things off Mark has a run in with a nemesis which puts Jenny’s training in jeopardy. Hopefully Mark can keep on top of tings and keep Jenny on track.

The main characters are still as engaging as they were in the beginning along with the return of some earlier folk and the addition of a few new characters that are in residence and manage the stables.

The story gallops along at a fast pace and the reader is taken along for the ride.

Under Marks firm hand she is slowly learning her place though not totally accepting it, yet she craves the orgasms Mark so devilishly withholds from her. Will this finally be it? Will Jenny give in and accept her submission and her part as the newest addition to Albrecht Stables herd? Is Jenny still a brat or has she learned her lesson?

If you want the answer to these questions you will just have to read the book.

If you haven’t read the first two parts in this series Volume 1 The Riding School and Volume 2 Learning the Ropes by all means do so and then pick up on this latest installment.

The pace is fast and engaging, when I started reading I didn’t want to put the book down. C.P. Mandara does a fine job of keeping the story going and engaging the reading in wanting more.

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