It should have been the most thrilling moment in Trish Evanston's life. She and her thoroughbred, Spitfire, just won the famed Belmont Classic, the third diamond in the Triple Crown. Trish is the first woman jockey to win the honor.
But none of it matters now. Not the trophies, not the applause, not the money. Unknown to her during the race, Trish's father died at the hospital just before the race of her life began. When she didn't see him in the crowd, a nod from her brother confirmed her worst fears.
In the days ahead, Trish is overwhelmed with reminders of her father. Shadows of grief cloud her life. The healing process must come, but where does it begin?
Her father's race is finished. Will Trish be able to keep going?
Bethany House Publishers