Bluegrass Undercover: A Bluegrass Brothers Novel (Volume 1)

July 3, 2017 - Comment

This is the first book in the New York Times Bestselling Bluegrass Brothers series. This series is the follow-up series to Kathleen Brooks’ bestselling Bluegrass Series. When danger and passions flare it’s best to find cover… Cade Davies is a former Special Forces soldier who is now a high school teacher and football coach. And something

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This is the first book in the New York Times Bestselling Bluegrass Brothers series. This series is the follow-up series to Kathleen Brooks’ bestselling Bluegrass Series.

When danger and passions flare it’s best to find cover…
 
Cade Davies is a former Special Forces soldier who is now a high school teacher and football coach. And something is trying to kill his players. He’s been too busy trying to keep his players alive, while also avoiding the Davies Brothers marriage trap set by half the town, to pay attention and to the fiery redhead who has swept into his small town.
 
DEA Agent Annie Blake was undercover to bust a drug ring that preys on high school athletes in the adorable, small town ofKeeneston. She had thought to keep her head down and listen to the local gossip to find the maker of this deadly drug. What Annie didn’t count on was becoming the local gossip. With marriage bets being placed and an entire town aiming to win the pot, Annie looks to Cade for help in bringing down the drug ring before another kid is killed. What she didn’t intend on was becoming the next target.

Comments

Luky says:

Ridiculous and Cliche So, with free downloads, it is often hit or miss and lately there have been a lot of misses. The main character is described as being good at her job, but I really didn’t see any evidence of that. 

Linda J Skelton says:

Wanted to like it, but couldn’t get past the clunky, repetative writing I really, really wanted to like this book. I loved the idea of the characters and the setting but the writing is so juvenile and clunky that after three tries I am giving up. I was annoyed right from the start when the author clearly needs to start using a thesaurus and/or a better editor – she used the word “thug” to describe a drug dealer five times in three consecutive paragraphs. A thug who then proceeds to speak like a college professor while making a drug deal. 

Sam Brown says:

Best book of the series (so far)! I loved this book. I agree with the other reviewers that it is the best of the series. I couldn’t put it down and finished in one day (it is a full length novel). All the characters are well developed, and I love catching up with past characters from the previous books. This book had a lot of football in it, which I am not a huge fan of but I didn’t mind it and was really interesting to read about. I felt like I was either on the sidelines with Cade or in the stands watching with Annie…

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