“Regan loves, and is loved, though her school-friend situation has become complicated, of late.
When she suddenly finds herself thrust through a doorway that asks her to Be Sure before swallowing her whole, Regan must learn to live in a world filled with centaurs, kelpies, and other magical equines–a world that expects its human visitors to step up and be heroes.
But after embracing her time with the herd, Regan discovers that not all forms of heroism are equal, and not all quests are as they seem…“
In the case of the sixth book in the series, Across the Green Grass Fields, we have Regan, a quiet, put upon little girl who loves horses. When she was younger, she made a choice that defined the course of her life. Mean girl Laurel forced Regan to choose between being her friend or being ostracized with their former bestie Heather, a girl who unintentionally committed a social infraction. Regan chose poorly by choosing Laurel, and the longer she lives with that choice the harder it is to extricate herself from it...
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