***Review of Risky Shot (Bluegress Series #2) by Kathleen Brooks***

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Danielle De Luca, an ex-beauty queen who is not at all what she seems, leaves the streets of New York after tracking the criminals out to destroy her. She travels to Keeneston, Kentucky to make her final stand by the side of her best friend, McKenna Mason. While in Keeneston, Danielle meets the quiet and mysterious Mohtadi Ali Rahmen, a modern day Prince. Can Mo protect Dani from the group of powerful men in New York? Or will Dani save the Prince from his rigid, loveless destiny?

Nicole’s Review ~~

4stars

This book is absolutely fantastic and a great movement forward in this series. We have already met and learned a little about Dani and Mo from the first book but this book takes you through everything Dani has lived through since splitting with Kenna in New York.

We pick up exactly where Bluegrass State of Mind ended and poor Dani is feeling a tad jealous of how easy it appears Kenna has had it. Little does she know that Kenna has had her own brand of trouble. Dani is a very take charge kind of girl and has no issue speaking her mind which I love. When Mo and Dani first meet you as a reader can feel the tiny sparks fly. At this point Dani recounts her months of trailing after the bad guys. She lays out what she has learn and helps Cole (FBI officier) know which direction to look in.

Within a period of a handshake and dinner Mo and Dani know that there is something between them. Unfortunately both of them are keeping things from the other. Dani herself comes from money and as we already know from the first book Mo is a Prince. Once Dani stumbles upon his secret my heart fell because I was so afraid she was going to stay stubborn at let her chance at happiness fall away.

Luckily or unluckily bad things begin to happen to Dani and Mo is there to protect and help her every step of the way. The Rose Sister’s as ever are on the ball and you will giggle yourself silly at these 3 old lady’s and of course John. Each time it appears that Keena and Dani’s troubles are over something else slams them back down. Which is where we are left hanging in this book.

I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a sweet, charming and funny read.

Buy Link ~~

http://www.amazon.com/Risky-Shot-Bluegrass-Series-ebook/dp/B005F1PVQM/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1379532834&sr=1-1&keywords=Risky+shot

About the Author ~~

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Kathleen Brooks is the five-time USA Today Bestselling author of the Bluegrass Series and Bluegrass Brothers Series. She has garnered attention as a new voice in romance with a warm Southern feel. Her books feature quirky small town characters you’ll feel like you’ve known forever, romance, humor, and mystery all mixed into one perfect glass of sweet tea.

Kathleen is an animal lover who supports rescue organizations and other non-profit organizations, such as Friends and Vets Helping Pets, whose goals are to protect and save our four-legged family members.

Kathleen lives in Central Kentucky with her husband, daughter, two dogs, and a cat who thinks he’s a dog. She loves to hear from readers and can be reached at Kathleen@Kathleen-Brooks.com.

You can sign up for her New Release Email Notification at http://www.Kathleen-Brooks.com

Book Order:
(Bluegrass Series)
Bluegrass State of Mind
Risky Shot
Dead Heat

(Brothers Series)
Bluegrass Undercover
Rising Storm
Secret Santa, A Bluegrass Series Novella
Acquiring Trouble
Relentless Pursuit

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About Butterflyreader

There isn't a whole lot to say about me. I am a happily married with 3 wonderful kids. We live a very quiet life I Baltimore, MD. Our youngest daughter is disabled being deaf and suffering from brain damage since birth. She is the light of our lives so bubbly and caring she makes our lives complete. Our other 2 kids live with their other parents, unfortunately this summer my son moved to Florida with his dad but he is happy and that is all that matters. I enjoys reading A LOT, going to flea markets, decorating, painting the house and art and crafts.

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