This is the third audiobook in the Bluegrass Brothers series by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Kathleen Brooks.
As a natural born leader, Miles Davies accomplishes anything he puts his mind to. Upon returning home from his special forces duties, he has become the strong foundation of the Davies family and his company. But that strong foundation is about to get rocked in a big way by the one woman that always left him fascinated and infuriated. Keeneston's notorious bad girl is back!
Morgan Hamilton's life ended and began on her high school graduation night when she left Keeneston with no plan to ever return. As a self-made businesswoman, Morgan is always looking for her next victory. Little did she know that next victory would involve acquiring the company that belonged to the one man she always wanted for herself.
With their careers and lives on the line, will Miles and Morgan choose love or ambition?
©2013 Kathleen Brooks (P)2013 Kathleen Brooks
Eric does an incredible job narrating your favorite characters from Keeneston. This book is part of a series so I do recommend listening to the others first, but if you like small town romances with some suspense thrown in this series is definitely for you. Repeat characters who will make you laugh and root for them again again. Honestly this book has it all and is a great addition to any audio library.
This story is about the oldest of the Davies brothers, Miles, and the girl from high school that had a crush on him from afar. Years later, Morgan returns to Keeneston, as an adversary of Miles.
Wasn't sure about Morgan when I first listened to the story but soon felt compassion for her. Miles cold heart slowly warmed once more. Great narration as always.
I was unable to load the entire audio to this book. I got about 45% of the way through and then couldn't get the audio to work so I had to read the rest. I was hoping to be able to listen on a road trip.
I love the Rose sisters and Edna, oh how I laughed so much at these women.
I can't decide between, Lily, Daisy or Violet I love these women.
When Miles spoke about rescuing Cade
"Tears and tissues"
DEFINITELY my favourite thus far. Miles' story made me cry into more tissues than I care to recollect. Brooks' attention to detail and the sensitive manner in which she dealt with this really serious and tragic state of affairs made me like the book even more. Many authors have tried to write about the horrors of war and subsequent PTSD but many failed to do what Brooks managed here. As always Dove's narration is spot-on.
I guess Sy and Ahmed are the other two who will make me cry...can't wait to find out
"Loving Eric G Dove voice!!!"
Kathleen Brooks books are the best and are ranked in my top 10.
The whole book is the best bit of this book.
Miss Lily scenes are the best scenes for me.
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