Sequel to Wild Horses Steel City Stories: Book Three Attila Keleman can find flaw in Kai's work at his stables. Three months later, toiling side by side, Attila is smitten. Proud of his new partner, Attila wants to introduce them as a couple at an upcoming horse show. First, however, he has to conquer his demon. Attila can't stand crowds of people, and a horse shows means just that. Grandpa Keleman can't help him with his crippling social anxiety from afar. Attila turns to his horse, Sen. His equine partner is trained to help him through the most difficult panic attacks. With Sen and Kai by his side, Attila kws he can risk everything and emerge out of his comfort zone. Kai agrees to do the show only to help Attila out of his shell. Once there, the press are all over them. Kai's personality and looks results in media buzz and modeling offers--while Attila falls apart when Sen goes lame. Unable to deal with the pressure, Attila is convinced Kai would be a fool t to flee for greener pastures. Meanwhile, Kai is hell-bent on showing Attila his weakness is also his greatest strength--even if it means resorting to deception.