Snow Falling on Bluegrass

Snow Falling on Bluegrass

by Molly Harper
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Snow Falling on Bluegrass 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Molly Harper has to be one of my favorite authors. Very funny and also can blend the fantasy romance that is believable her characters seem very human. Love her!
csingh More than 1 year ago
I've fallen for Molly Harper's Bluegrass series.  Each book has been so well written and taken us to a different part of Kentucky while still keeping all the connected characters close; I simply love it. In this third book, bombshell Kelsey finally gets to come to the forefront and have her day. I've always liked Kelsey, even when she wasn't everyone's favorite person.  Her wit and love for her friends was and is always something to admire.  I didn't like how she allowed her half wit of a boyfriend and poor excuse of  a mother to hurt her the way they did.  I was hoping Kelsey might get her chance with Charlie, especially since she'd been in love with him for such a long time, but when Ranger Luke appeared on the scene and was keen, I was a little torn between who I'd like to see her with.  The problem was that both men were smart, attractive, seemed both interested in Kelsey and good for her, and were just overall good men. It was great to revisit characters from past stories, especially since everyone was snowed in together, and see how they were doing in their relationships. I wouldn't enjoy that happening to me, but it really brought everyone together even though it also created some friction.  In this case I love that Kelsey had to figure things out once and for all about Darryl, and once she made a decision she wasn't able to go back on it, even if she had wanted to.   There is plenty of laughter, some tears of happiness, and a wonderful story to enjoy.  I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series.  In fact, I hope there are lots more.  I would also love to see these book on my bookshelf.  I think it'd be wonderful if Molly did a story featuring a guy from the tourism office.  Each story has stayed fresh while entertaining.  Whatever Molly Harper does next, you can be guaranteed I'm going to read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Review Courtesy of April Hollingworth Another wonderfully fun and brilliant book by the fabulously talented Molly Harper. Snow Falling on Bluegrass is a fabulous story of taking a chance on yourself. Of allowing your own happiness to take precedence even if it means being alone. This is the third book in The Bluegrass Series but can be read as a standalone. Witty and smart, this wonderful book, and a must read. Molly Harper is an author to remember. The Review: Executive assistant extraordinaire Kelsey, is known around the office for her unflappable control in any situation. So when Kelsey and her fellow co-workers of the Kentucky Tourism Commission head off for their office retreat, no one’s surprised that she and her boss Sadie have everything planned.  An unprecedented snow storm changes things when it knocks out the power, trees and generally brings the state to a standstill, trapping the group in the lodge. Thankfully they have open fireplaces and plenty of food, to keep them from turning on each other. Kelsey has had the fiercest crush on gorgeous Charlie, the office’s statistician for the three years she has worked with him, and is tempted to find a warm spot to snuggle up with him, except she just doesn’t know how he feels about her. But the handsome Ranger Luke, the only staff member in the lodge makes it very clear that he would love to keep her mind off of Charlie, and any other distractions she has. Though the weekend is meant to be all about work, Kelsey can’t help her mind wandering, and her feeling of conflictions grow over who she wants, Luke or Charlie. Both are wonderful, but she can only have one. FTC Advisory: Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books through Net Galley provided me with a copy of Snow Falling on Bluegrass by Molly Harper. Published through Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books. Kindle Edition. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.
Deor More than 1 year ago
Snow Falling on Bluegrass is the third book in the Bluegrass series by Molly Harper. While I have read several of Harper's other books, I had not had the pleasure of books 1 or 2 in this series. While I would recommend ideally reading this series in order (for the sake of no spoilers) I had no problems following the characters or the story without having read the previous books and feel that this book is definitely a standalone. I found this book to be funny, inventive, and the chemistry to be sizzling. I think a reader can determine fairly quickly if the author's humor is for her/him. If its for you, you will love the book. It is definitely for me and I will be reading books 1 and 2 in the future. I love the characters in this book. It really is an ensemble cast of characters as the reader gets to watch how everyone interacts (mostly comically). This book is mostly in a workplace setting, which really seems to work well in the way that Parks & Recreation or the Office does. I could easily imagine being friends with the protagonist Kelsey who is funny, capable, and like the rest of the characters does not conform to a "type" of character. Additionally, and charmingly, the reader gets a sense of a real, tangible setting, and not just a generic background. I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
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BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS: 5 REVIEW:   Snow Falling in Bluegrass takes us back into the world of the KCT (Kentucky Tourism Commission).  But this time the crew is going on location, well a work retreat.  What started out as a fun outing (well as much fun as spending the weekend with your co-workers) soon turns into the snow apocalypse (think Gillian’s Island covered in snow, no power, no heat, no phones, no internet, lots of ice, snow and ice. Oh and your co-workers). But it is not all bad.  There is Auntie Nina’s rubbery bacon cheeseburger pizza cooked in a gourmet redneck oven, The Professor, Fort Kelsey,  a very cranky marsupial, the lost of panties, and some sweet revenge that smells like popcorn.  Another awesomesauce story from Molly Harper. I love how Molly can bring together such a great story while delivering some of the funniest stuff I have ever read.  I have never meet a Molly Harper book that didn’t leave me in tears, gasping for air, and loving every page of what I read.   I am already preparing for my Molly Harper book withdrawals (trust me it is not pretty) As always I listened to this book on audio, because one I love love love Amanda Ronconi reading to me.  Two, I love listening to Molly’s stories because Amanda brings the character to life in a way that I am not my mind could do.  And three because I am weird and I started Molly’s books on audio and plan to continue listening to them on audio.  But I do still own them all on paper or in ebook form (Yes, I know I have a book hoarding issue.  No, I don’t need help :D )  One of many of my favorite lines:  “I would gladly slap her with a salmon” “With a salmon” “I would follow with cream cheese” I told him “My vengeance is best served with bagels.” “You’re an incredibly strange girl, and I mean that in the best possible way.” If you have not picked up a Molly Harper *wiggles finger at you* shame on you.  I demand you go grab one of Molly’s book and try it out.   Disclaimer:  I received a complimentary copy of the book from NetGalley & Galley, Threshold, Pocket Books & Tantor Media in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review. 
SarahSmith More than 1 year ago
 received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I have recently become a big fan of all things Molly Harper. She is starting to be my go to for laugh out loud stories. This is my first book in her Bluegrass series, but I am definitely going to go back and read the others. This was a great quick read, with lots of humor, quirky characters, romance, and some drama thrown in, otherwise this would have been a short novella. Honestly, I was pulling for Ranger Luke, but perhaps that's because I haven't read the first two books in the series. Once I do that I may change my opinion. All in all I did like the ending, especially the Real Genius homage near the end, since that's one of my favorite movies. Definitely worth your time and money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I waited in the class room after school ended. I wanted to learn more about the Snow Drop. "Ms. Amore, can you tell me more about the Snow Drop since you did'nt have time to tell us all of it?" Ms. Amore sighed sadly, "I can't today dear. I can give you the book so your perents can read it to you." She said. ~But, I have no perents. They died two years ago.~ I thought to myself, I noded, "Sure. Thank you." She put the book in my back pack. I smiled. She walked out, wearing high heals. I could hear the clicking of the heal on the ground. <P> Justin came to the class room, "Snow, are you okay? You were'nt at the frount door, so I came down here to see if you needed enything." I stood up, "I am sorry to worry you. Ms. Amore gave me a book." I said. I walked over to the class room door, almost tripping twice on the way to the door. "Do you need eny help?" He asked. "No thanks." I said. I made it out of the class room. I walked down the hall way. Justin pulled me out of the way of the walls. <P> We made it out side. We walked to my house, "Justin, could you read this book to me?" I asked. "Okay." He said kindly. We walked up the steps of the house. Lucky barked his deep bark. I opened the door. I walked in, "Are you gonna come in?" I asked Justin. <P> Justin came in and looked around, "This house is very clean. Where are your perents?" I slightly frowned, "Well, my perents, they, uh, they are d-dead..." I say sadly. He stayed squiet for a few seconds. "I am so sorry." He huged me. I was slightly startled, then I huged him back. "When did it happen?" He asked. "Two years ago, they died shopping. At the store." I sigh. He continued to hug me. "I am so sorry..." He said softly. <P> &starf <P> (Thats all for this chapter! Next chapter is him reading the book to her. So reveiw this! Thanks!) <P> ~ Rainbowfall