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Bluegrass Undercover - Kathleen Brooks

Bluegrass Undercover

Author Kathleen Brooks

  • Published: 2012-03-27
  • Category: Suspense
4.5 Stars
From 127 Customers Review
Price: Free


This is the first book in the Bluegrass Brothers series, which includes USA Today Best-Selling Rising Storm. This book has been redistributed by a new publisher.  No content has changed from the previous version.  The previous entry had 508 ratings with an average of 4.5 stars.

Cade Davies is an ex-Army Ranger and the new head coach of the high school football team in Keeneston. He barely has time to adjust to all of the changes in his life before he runs into the school's hot new guidance counselor and a new threat to the peaceful town of Keeneston.

DEA Agent Annie Blake was undercover to bust a drug ring preying on Keeneston's high school athletes. She had always kept to herself and was proud of her accomplishments in law enforcement. What Annie didn’t count on was becoming the local gossip. Amid marriage bets being placed by the entire town, Annie looks to Cade for help in bringing down the drug ring before another kid is killed. But can she deal with the feelings that follow?

All Books by Kathleen Brooks:

Bluegrass Series:
Bluegrass State of Mind
Risky Shot
Dead Heat

Bluegrass Brothers:
Bluegrass Undercover
Rising Storm
Secret Santa, A Bluegrass Series Novella
Acquiring Trouble

Top Customer Reviews

  • Bluegrass Undercover

    From Gingersnan
    I really enjoyed the book but (not to take away from the author) I think someone needs to do a better job at proof reading...way too many mistakes. The book had a romantic quality and suspense and surprises. The characters were likeable enough that I felt like someone in the community.
  • Bluegrass Undercover

    From MamaduckW
    Absolutely loved this book. The depth of the characters and the detailed storyline holds the reader absorbed in the book and wishing it wouldn't end! Can't wait to read another
  • Bluegrass Undercover

    From JoAB4424
    Annie is a DEA agent who goes undercover as a guidance counselor in a small town high school. A new drug, S2, is being sold to young athletes to help them perform better. While it does do that it also changes their personality and can give them heart attacks so Annie has to find the distributor/manufacturer to stop it's production. She meets Cade, the football coach, when one of his players who is on the drug is giving him a hard time. She steps in to save him, telling him he should take self defense lessons, not knowing that he is ex-special forces and can look after himself just fine. Even with Annie making Cade look like a fool, he's attracted to her. When they eventually figure out who each other are they work together to find the person responsible for getting this drug in the schools. I really liked this action packed story. It's fast paced but so well written that I never lost track of the plot or felt confused. I loved the small town of Keeneston and people who lived there. Gossip in this town was the main activity and news traveled faster than you can imagine. They even placed bets on when Annie and Cade would get married and tried to find out from them what date they liked for a wedding. It was hysterical. It was nice to see Cade's family be so close and supportive. That was the complete opposite for Annie who didn't have a family. I liked the way she became part of the community and made friends. If you like romantic suspense that will keep you guessing to the end, I recommend Bluegrass Undercover.
  • Quirky & fun

    From Ladynighthawke
    The humour more than makes up for the typos (why don't these publishers use Word Spellcheck or something?) Note that a major 'suspension of disbelief' is required... *Spoiler Alert*... 1.if someone was kidnapped in front of me, I wouldn't just head to their house to wait for their return & 2.immediately after being assaulted, I would not go to a 'meet-the-parents' dinner... Just saying ;P
  • Bluegrass undercover

    From thelyttles
    Well developed story line and narrative
  • Bluegrass undercover

    From Jac011972
    Way cooooool!