Thursday, October 3, 2013

Rhythm and Bluegrass (Bluegrass #2) by Molly Harper

This second book in the Bluegrass series by Molly Harper can be read as a stand-alone.  This series is a humorous love affair with the bluegrass state.  In this installment Bonnie Turkle, multimedia historian for the Kentucky Commission of Tourism, is dispatched to Mud Creek, a tiny eastern Kentucky town to rescue important artifacts from McBride’s Music Hall.  She runs into trouble almost immediately in the person of Will McBride, Mud Creek’s new Mayor and son of the former owners of the Music Hall.  Bonnie and Will set sparks off of each other from the start but they need to work together to keep both Mud Creek and the Music Hall history alive.
Molly Harper is on my auto-buy list.  She always makes me laugh and this book is no different.  Though not as snarky as the Jane Jameson books the humor in the bluegrass books is no less funny.  Molly Harper has created a cast of quirky characters so real you feel like you know them. 
I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.   

This book goes on sale October 7th.

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