...it was a beautiful view of the valley and the groves of aspen trees dotting its gentle slope. But when her gaze traveled down that hillside and she saw the speckled stallion writhing on the ground, her heart exploded with terror. "Chris! Oh God...God no!" Frank saw him as well. "Jen...hold on now..." But she was already maneuvering Wind down the hill as quickly as she dared. Frank followed her, his eyes shifting between Jennifer, where Dancer was putting her feet, and Eclipse. But at one point, he let his gaze travel up the slope of the hill and there, lying fifty yards below the trail across the landslide...was his brother. "Jennifer! Over there!" She glanced over her shoulder, then looked to where he was pointing and saw her husband lying still...so very still. She jerked Wind to a halt, her eyes filled with horror, the memory of another place filling her mind, her heart trembling with dread. "No..." she breathed. "Dear God no..." Fear wrapped its boney arms around her, holding her captive in the past. She couldn't go to him! Couldn't face the loss of him again! No...not again! Jesus...help me! And a warm wind encircled her and in her heart she heard His promise .... "Know that I am with you."