DJ Randall faces a long and painful recovery after her hands were severely burned when she rescued several horses from a barn fire. Every day she endures the excruciating treatment of having the dead tissue scrubbed from her hands—her only relief is to pass out. And though her fear of fires seems to be gone, it’s been replaced by the fear of losing her ability to ride and jump competitively—and the end of her Olympic dreams.
When she’s finally released from the hospital, DJ faces numerous obstacles. Catching up on her studies proves difficult, especially since all the pain medication she’s been taking has messed up her concentration. But the biggest hurdle is mounting a horse again. No way is she ready to ride her beloved Herndon yet. Will DJ ever be strong enough to compete in the Olympics?
DJ’s up against an uncertain future… Can she overcome?
Bethany House Publishers