Bored, Stroked, and Blueprinted

Bored, Stroked, and Blueprinted

by KC Kendricks

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156210510
Publisher: White Deer Enterprises/White Deer Books
Publication date: 02/10/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 709,009
File size: 286 KB

About the Author

KC Kendricks calls herself an accidental writer. After completing her first novel in 2003, she was urged to submit it to a publisher and everything snowballed from there.

By day KC works for a non-profit organization with a focus on confidential financial assistance to women in crisis. By night, she weaves stories to celebrate life, love and the promise of a hopeful future. KC finds both occupations extremely rewarding.

A native of scenic western Maryland, KC enjoys most activities that don’t include snow. In warm weather KC might be found walking the dog, biking on the C&O Canal towpath, planting delicacies in her garden for the deer to munch on at night, playing in the creek, or lazing on the patio with her Kindle reader or laptop.

KC recently began to research her family history and can’t drive past a cemetery without stopping to search for family sites. Her mission is to photograph old tombstones before the elements erode the stones and the names are lost to time.

KC can be reached through her blog, Between the Keys. All comments are strictly moderated by the author and personal messages are treated as such.

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Bored, Stroked And Blueprinted 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
Pretty simple story that covers a lot of emotion. One guy, has lived in the same town his whole life, doing something he loves. Has had an obsession with a certain car for pretty much his whole life. Car finally makes into his shop, driven by one HAWT owner. HAWT owner, Logan has a past. Not shady as sad. Wrong place, wrong time. That has landed him trouble. Trouble he is unwilling to talk about. Once Logan and Mick start learning about the car and each other Mick starts falling faster for this guy, a guy that he thinks he knows. I enjoyed the dynamic of these two, not as different as one would think. The length, I also found to be spot on. We covered all the story with out getting too bogged down. What wasn’t said, the reader could imply. I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review by Crystals Many reviewers