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The Untamed Blondie

Updated on October 7, 2019

The Outine of The Untamed Blondie

The Untamed Blondie is 148 pages long paperback that is the story of an 8-year-old little girl named Callie, who is a witness to the murder of her parents. However, with the unknown gunman still on the loose, Callie is forced into foster care for her safety. Not knowing anyone around her at her new foster home or even at her new school, Callie wanders off into her little world.

At her new school, Callie stays to herself and doesn't speak to anyone. Making friends is much difficult for her.

Miss Kim, Callie's new foster mom, has several animals on her property, with horses been one type of animal. Cody, one of the Pomeranians, takes up with Callie and wants to be her best friend, but Callie doesn't like him very well.

Miss Kim has to go over to a farm and pick up some hay for her horses. While they are at the farm, Callie spots a palomino horse up on the ridge running with some other horses.

During the time that Miss Kim is getting her hay for her horses, Callie watches this palomino horse running up on the ridge with its tail and mane blowing in the wind. It is the most beautiful horse that Callie had ever seen.

Miss Kim thinks the man is talking nonsense about the horse and believes that the horse needs the right person to love it.

Miss Kim spots the horse and notices the interest that Callie has on the horse. Later Miss Kim speaks to the guy at the farm about the palomino horse. The man informs her that she does not want that horse. That horse is nothing but bad news.

Later on, Miss Kim buys the horse but now believes that she has bitten off more than she can chew with this horse. However, with the bond growing between Callie and the horse, Miss Kim is stuck in a hard place.

The other horses are not liking the new horse on the farm, and Blondie thinks she is going to run the pasture. There are a few horse fights with a few fences been knocked down.

Eventually, Miss Kim gets tired of always having to rework and rework on the fence. Something has to give; Blondie is getting out of hand.

In the meantime, Miss Kim and Callie are building a closer bond together. They even schedule a trip to the beach and attends several church activities. Whereas, the neighborly farmers always love having Callie over to spend with their granddaughter, Chrissy.

Chrissy and Callie are about the same ages. Callie helps Chrissy with several of her chores on the farm so they can run off and play afterward. They love going fishing and hanging out up in the woods.

Chrissy gets a big kick out of showing Callie around all the farm animals. Together Chrissy teaches Callie all about living on a farm and tending to all the animals. She even gives Callie some tips on how to deal with individual animals.

Dealing With Life

As the school year goes on, Callie finds a friend, Cindy, who is going through her problems. Together they bring out each other smiles.

Tho it is hard to be away from her biological family, Callie tries to make do. She spends much of her time at the farm next door and thinks highly of the farmer.

But just as Callie is getting settled in at her new foster home, things take a turn. The unknown gunman is back in the picture, and he's not stopping until he searches high and low for the missing treasure that he seeks. The unidentified gunman teams up with an ex-con to try to find Callie. Callie is his only hope to get to the bottom of where the goods are.

Now the word is out that Callie could be in trouble, but the Department of Human Services is not quite sure. They think it would be in Callie's best interest if they were to move her another location. However, Miss Kim informs them that Callie will be okay at her house, that she will keep a close eye on her.

Keeping Callie in view-sight is more complicated then Miss Kim thought. Callie and her friends are supposed to have a campout in the woods behind the farmer's house. Not knowing if it is safe or not, Miss Kim speaks to the farmer's wife to see if she will keep an eye on the children.

The kids are having a great time and teaching each other new campout things. But during the night, things take a turn. Its bad enough to be out in the dark woods at night, but having a gunman on the loose is much scary if you know he is out there lurking around.

As the night goes on and darkness falls, things begin moving around in the dark. Blondie, who is at the farm, senses that Callie is in danger. However, she is in her stall and must break free to save her human friend. Will she get to her human friend in time to save her from the gunman.

The Untamed Blondie
The Untamed Blondie

The paperback is $7.50

Kindle is $3.99

5 out of 5 stars from 2 ratings of The Untamed Blondie

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 KathyWheelerJouini


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