Netflix Review- #Free Rein @netflix

The opinions expressed in this blog are ours only and do not reflect those of others who may have watched and reviewed this series on Netflix By: Dawn Vallarta

What do you do when you have a group of friends together on a stormy week end in Florida? You can’t go to the beach. The lightening here will make you get on your knees and pray for safety , so we binge watched something that had one season on Netflix. We chose Free Rein because  a) It looked upbeat and b) We wanted something to keep us absorbed and not noticed the storms that had fried the cable box.

Free Rein is now one of our favorite new shows to watch and we cant wait for it to come back on with season two.
Zoe played by Jaylen Barron brings life to this movie and makes you feel like you know her and her struggles.  Her parents are having a hard go of it so her mom takes Zoe and her little sister to England to visit their grandfather. Zoe immediately meets and falls in love with a troubled horse that only she can get to calm down.
I don’t want to tell you all the story lines because this is one you want to watch. Trust me on this one.  But the plot involves family dynamics, friendships, horse thieves, young love, visiting your past and over coming fears you buried there and of course mean girl drama.
I will say that not one of us above intelligent people watching ever figured out who the real horse thief was and were all sitting with our jaws on the floor when it was revealed.
We guessed every one but the right one.
This show has some beautiful country scenes that make you want to call a travel agent and get there at once.
So next time you are sitting home bored or have to stay inside for any reason check out Free Rein on Netflix and enjoy a day of binge watching a good lighthearted show that just makes you glad you watched it.
Creators Vicki Lutas, Anna McCleery did a splendid job on this one.

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