Set in the charming English countryside, Sweetbriars tells the story of Cate Sullivan and her family who move to a wonderful farm called Sweetbriars. Cate finds herself in horse heaven but can't help but miss her childhood home on the outskirts of London. Cate makes fast friends with Violet who is wacky... and couldn't be more different from Cate. Through the Pony Club she becomes friends with the sweet and talented rider Tabby.
To learn more about the girls and their horses, check out the first book in the Sweetbriars series, Leaving The City... already an Amazon best seller!
"My name is Grace and I am 11 years old. Sweetbriars is a wonderful place filled with exciting people, I love the characters because they have friendly and fun personalities. Every character has a love for animals or finds their love for them. Sweetbriars is an exciting story it's perfect for horsey boys and girls, I found it easy to read and I am definitely excited to read the rest of the series. I loved the descriptions of the horses and characters and it is the type of book I would buy and I can't wait for the next book. Thank you for giving me the book, I will tell all my friends about it."
5 Star Review from Reader's Favorite, "The first of a series, Sweetbriars is the stuff of horse lovers' dreams. The author, Hollie Anne Marsh, has written a lovely story that is sure to appeal to horse lovers everywhere, and is ideal for the eight to twelve age range. Sweetbriars is well described in visual detail, leaving the reader feeling as if they have been there. It sounds like every young horse lover's dream home. Cate is a believable and likeable character who appeals to the reader, and her lovely palomino horse, Odette, will have horse enthusiasts drooling. A steady pace and a lovely and consistent story that will transport the horse devotee to a world surely every young equestrian enthusiast will crave."
Do you like golden horses? If so, check out our Golden Horse Gallery
with the stunning dressage stallion Treliver Decanter!
Header photo is from the cover of Leaving The City, the first Sweetbriars book and courtesy of the Heppelthwaite family, photography by Paul Ruffle.