Sneak Peek #10 – Imprinted

Another snippet from my second book. I hope you enjoy. Again it is not edited yet.


Liza walked with ‘Flash’ in one direction to then suddenly turn him around and started galloping. It was an amazing feeling as the horse suddenly picked up and got into a totally different gear from what she was used so far. It felt like flying. Liza actually felt like she was floating above ground, the hooves barely touching the surface. She could hear every one of the hooves touch the ground, she felt the wind in her face, her eyes were tearing up and every now and then she struggled seeing where they were going. That was why the jockeys wore glasses… Besides of the dirt being catapulted into their face of the horses in front of them… But she did not have that problem.

It was like getting into a trance without loosing focus. It was a regular tone ‘Flash’s’ hooves made, when they touched the ground, monotone and fast, yet still it felt like this movie was running on slow motion. She could barely make out what was flying by on each side of hers. The horse was moving underneath her, racing away. It was an amazing feeling. The mane was hitting her face on several occasions but she did not mind. She felt great. Galloping this amazing horse felt very special. The kind of feeling you can hardly find words to describe. When she was done with the second lap she started slowing him down. Not sure what to expect in regards to his leg. This was again a totally different kind of challenge for his injury and she was hoping he wouldn’t limp. While galloping a horse had only one hoof on the floor at a time. Liza was happy not to be too close to the guys. She felt suddenly very emotional. It must have been the adrenaline rushing through her veins.

For more sneak peeks on Imprinted (Book 2) head over here.

For more sneak peeks on Losing Myself (Book 1) head over here.

For more information on The Liza Trilogy head over here.

© SB Mazing


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  1. You are doing so well. It is fun to read these snippits. I do have a comment about one sentence: “That was why the jockeys wore glasses… Besides of the dirt being catapulted into their face of the horses in front of them… ”
    I know what you mean but it is a little confusing. I think it is the addition of “of” after besides.
    I hope my comment doesn’t offend you. It is neat that you are writing these books and doing such a good job.

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