Read about the magical world of cowboys, rabbits, and Ukrainian goddesses that unfolds when Zo’s gruff baba from Ukraine arrives with her savage Caucasian Ovchorka dog. The ensuing chaos of clashing cultures catapults the characters into the extreme sport of rodeo at the Calgary Stampede. There, Vince Lapin, bull-rider extraordinaire, meets up with Susie Lago, protégé of Zo, and the outcome for the other rodeo contestants as well as the animal athletes changes stampede history. Good thing Zo has a best friend with an attractive older brother to soften the trauma. Solstice Magic is magical realism for everybody who ever wished to be more than they are. You'll love this first-in-a-series tale of the Calgary Stampede.
About the Author, Jean Stingam:
Jean Stringam has worn many hats, from piano teacher to English professor and from member of SAG to member of SCBWI. Born and raised in Alberta, Canada, she has lived in France, China, England, and half a dozen US states. Her definition of home is wherever the people she loves happen to live. Jean says stories are wonderful because you can live everywhere you can imagine and be anyone you can envision.
She is eager to see your reviews on GoodReads and Amazon for her newest novels, SOLSTICE MAGIC (A Calgary Stampede Adventure, #1) and HOW NOT TO CRY IN PUBLIC: A NOVEL (The Cousin Cycle, #3).
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"Solstice Magic: A Calgary Stampede Adventure" is the first book in the author's new series. Jean pens her plot around the Calgary Stampede, teenage romance, family, relationships and rabbits. Her characters are strong and well developed interweaving them between the human and animal world. A true work of art that kept me captive and should be on every fantasy lovers TBR list.
I give "Solstice Magic: A Calgary Stampede Adventure" a 5 star rating.