Author(s): Stacy Gregg
An enchanting and inspiring stand-alone novel from the author of The Princess and the Foal. Maisie has always loved horses. She is also a talented artist. When the opportunity arises for her to study in Paris, her two worlds collide. There, in the heart of the city, Maisie finds the childhood diary of famous horse artist, Rose Bonifait, and meets the beautiful black stallion, Claude. As the two girls' stories emerge, tragedies unfold - both past and present - and Maisie realises that she can't begin to imagine life without her forever horse...
Stacy Gregg began writing fictional novels about horses for children with Mystic and the Midnight Ride (2007), the first in her Pony Club Secrets series. Stacy has since written a number of books in the successful Pony Club Secrets and Pony Club Rivals series. She is a three-time winner of the Children's Choice Junior Fiction category of the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults for her novels: The Princess and the Foal (2014), The Island of Lost Horses (2015) and The Girl Who Rode the Wind (2016).