Forever Entangled : Forever Bluegrass

  • by Kathleen Brooks
  • Narrated by Eric G. Dove
  • Series: Forever Bluegrass
  • 6 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ryan Parker had always loved Sienna Ashton, but gave up on his fantasy years ago. After working as an undercover FBI Agent in Los Angeles, Ryan gets a phone call telling him to come home to the small town of Keeneston, Kentucky. The woman he thought he was over is now in serious trouble.
Sienna Ashton fell in love with Ryan Parker too late. He was gone from her life before she realized what he really meant to her. Now working as a sports psychologist, Sienna finds herself helping others figure their lives out. She thinks her chance of happily ever after is long gone until a murder brings Ryan back into her life and entangles them in a battle for their heart and their lives.
Ryan and Sienna discover there is more going on than originally thought, and now the two are in the fight of their lives. It doesn't take long for fireworks to ignite as passion and danger drive the couple toward a fate they never saw coming.

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Mayberry Romance...lol.

Ok you ever see those small town shows where everyone knows everyone and there is a cast of quirky characters? yeah that's this book. I was hella entertained. I was utterly disappointed that the very first sex scene between the characters was behind closed doors. it totally went fade to black and they woke up the next morning. I was seriously like WTF!!!. The other sex scenes were glossed over as if the author wasn't comfortable writing them. If you don't like or aren't good at writing sex scenes DON'T TRY TO DO IT!! I would have preferred them not be in there than have them done poorly.

On a better note, if i could live in this town i totally would....lol.

Story. 2.5 (not a solid 3 because of the piss poor sex scenes)
narrator - 3
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- TR

Mostly great moments

Overall, I liked this book. I think another series had other characters iin it, but it was easy to follow the thread. There were some great comic relief moments. And some suspension moments. However I felt some of the character development was lacking. I liked the narrator and the townsfolk. I just wish there was a bit more development.
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- Indydog

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-01-2016
  • Publisher: Laurens Publishing