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Snow Falling on Bluegrass

(Bluegrass #3)

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4.05  ·  Rating details ·  1,298 ratings  ·  167 reviews
Parks & Recreation meets The Blue Collar Comedy Tour in this third ebook in Molly Harper’s Bluegrass series of contemporary romances: A love triangle of colleagues heats up the winter lodge where they get snowed in for a week.

Kentucky Tourism Commission employee and executive assistant extraordinaire Kelsey is known around the office for having everything under control
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Kindle Edition, 168 pages
Published September 22nd 2014 by Pocket Star
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Karla

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The Story
4.5 LOL Stars! I love the people of the KTC and want to work with them!!

This was quick read, but it was big on laughs. Molly Harper is one of the most consistent writers I’ve ever had the pleasure to read. Her fun engaging plots, quirky charming characters, and entertaining storytelling is something that this author has down pat, and she does it so well.

I adored Kelsey from the first book, My Bluegrass Baby, and she was just as fun and witty here. I missed some of the characters an
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Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
Mar 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: audio
The book kept me smiling, giggling and laughing. If not for the plot hole with time lapses and miscommunication as a means for conflict, I might have given it a higher rating. But time passage leaving plenty of time for the "talk" to happen but didn't was noticeable. Time passage overall was ambiguous. But the design of the plot put emphasis on time that wasn't handled well. Anyway, it's a light funny read I would still recommend.
Ian
Kelsey is the best person to have around in a crisis. She's prepared for just about anything and can turn a disaster into a success. But when the staff of the Kentucky Tourism Commission find themselves stranded and without power after a once in a hundred year blizzard even her organisational skills will be stretched.

Adding to her problems, Charlie, the guy she has secretly loved for years has been acting strangely around her and as cabin fever hits, her co-workers go on the warpath. If that's
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Bj
4 "Being Snowed In Brings Love To Light" Stars for both the story and the narration!

This was a fun, snarky, somewhat crazy co-workers' love story. Who knew working for the Kentucky State Tourism Commission could be so much fun! Add in a rather narcissistic ex, a meddlesome mother and some Facebook posts that lead to an ill-timed misunderstanding and you have a recipe for a delightful listen. Amanda Ronconi's narration further rounds out this audiobook with an authentic Southern twang to her del
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✨Susan✨
Oct 11, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fun, audible, cozy, romance
While on a business "team building" retreat, an eclectic group of co-workers get stranded at a beautiful resort. A massive snow storm along with fallen trees leave them without power and cuts them off from the outside world. Confinement exaggerates usually masked, quirky and laughable personality traits while relationships unfold and evolve.
This is not Molly Harpers usual paranormal comedy but it is still a very character driven, witty and humorous story of survival. A fun, light adventure that
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Saly
Aug 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
Rating 3.5 stars
So, the super efficient heroine is no longer with dragging her down boyfriend, so finally her co-worker Charlie who she has a thing for, suddenly looks like a possibility. Coupled with a sexy ranger, stranded in a snow-storm with all her co-workers this book is vintage Molly Harper.

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ARC provided by publisher through Netgalley.
Jennifer
Jul 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Originally posted at The Book Nympho

First Thought:

I knew I was going to love Kelsey's story!

The Story:

Kelsey and Charlie's story reminded me a little of Pam and Jim on The Office but with Molly Harper's flare.

Kelsey has been dating this looser for a few years while having a crush on her coworker and friend Charlie. Everyone has told Kelsey over and over that she deserves better than Darrell (the looser boyfriend). After three years of taking Darrell's crap, Kelsey decides she is going to mak
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Malinda
3-3.5 stars

This was a good story. I liked Kelsey but I found her reasoning (in the relationship area) to be faulty and kind of annoying at times. I liked Charlie and wished I'd have gotten more of him in the story.

Kelsey works at the Kentucky tourism commision and does a great job at organization and tackling problems. Kelsey's parents are around but she doesn't seem to see them much. I can't blame her since her mother is hard to deal with and makes her feel like a failure constantly. Kelsey has
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Kelly
Aug 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
Snow Falling on Bluegrass was a sweet story, with quirky characters and some drama.

What was supposed to be a planned weekend for the KTC's employees, turned into an entire week when a snowstorm came by. And now, they're stuck into their lodge without any electricity. It's the opportunity for Kelsey to explore her feelings with Charlie, the statistician she fell in love with. He's been a little distant lately but now that she got ride of her douchey ex-boyfriend, it's the perfect timing for them
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Keri
Nov 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Sweet, fun addition to the series. Love those sexy, nerdy types.
Victoria
Mar 06, 2015 rated it really liked it
I'm so sad that I've finished this series. I love Molly Harper and her narrator Amanda Ronconi. I really enjoyed this book. I love the characters and loved the setting. So easy to listen to.
Michelle
Long-time readers know I adore Molly Harper and the combination of her novels with Amanda Ronconi's narration. They are ear candy for me, pure entertainment. No matter how bad my day is or how poor my mood is, they never fail to cheer me up. This last book in Ms. Harper's Bluegrass series is exactly what I hoped it would be. There are some sexy times but most of it follows our heroine as she grows and becomes independent. Sassy without being impolite, strong, organized, and proud of her abilitie ...more
Kaycee
Aug 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
This one was fun. Finally got to the Kelsey and charlie set up they've been mentioning every book. I liked the snowed plot but wish there could have been more to do with it than just being locked in and one venture out into the wilderness. Maybe a little more danger involved ha.

It was a quick fun romantic read though. Molly Harper books are always fun.
Suzan
Oct 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book, really hope it's not the last in the series but I'm happy Kelsey & Charlie finally got together!
Jen (That's What I'm Talking About)
Jumping back into the office shenanigans of the Kentucky Commission on Tourism, Snow Falling on Bluegrass sets up listeners/readers for the potential romance between Kelsey and Charlie. Since the first book in Ms. Harper’s Bluegrass series, we’ve known Kelsey has it BAD for Charlie, but stayed with her loser live-in boyfriend because she felt she didn’t deserve better. Well, loser Darryl got a “better offer,” leaving Kelsey weeks ago, and it finally sunk in how horrible of a man he was. Now, off ...more
Christi Snow
Sep 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
My Review:
I love books where the hero/heroine get snowed in so I definitely enjoyed this one. And the fact that the whole quirky crew from the Kentucky tourism board got snowed in with them just made this one that much better. I love all these characters and would be tempted to go to work if I could work with a group of people like these.

But this book is about Kelsey and Charlie. Charlie is the resident math geek...he runs the numbers for the tourism board and Kelsey has had a crush on him ever
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Zel Polev
Oct 26, 2014 rated it it was ok
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Kim
Sep 25, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014, kindle, net-galley
An enjoyable read- very funny! The characters are well written and really add to the story. My first book by Molly Harper and can’t wait to read more.
A team building weekend has been organised at a lodge- and when they are snowed in by a heavy snowstorm they have to settle in for an unplanned break in the snow. There is no electricity – but open fires create the atmosphere. Luckily there is plenty of food.
Kelsey is stranded with Charlie- who has been distant recently . She recently split from he
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TheGeekyBlogger
Dec 31, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobook
Listened for Fun (Audible)
Overall Rating: 4.00
Story Rating: 3.75
Character Rating: 4.25

Audio Rating: 4.50 (not part of the overall rating)

First Thought when Finished: Snow Falling on Bluegrass by Molly Harper is my favorite in the series. It had all the fun, snark, love, and friendship that is signature Molly Harper. I enjoy the friendships almost as much as the romance!

Audio Thoughts:
Narrated By Amanda Ronconi / Length: 6 hrs and 7 mins

As I have said before Amanda/Molly are a great duo. Listen
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Vickie
May 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-star, audiobook, 2014
Another great "listen" by Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi. This time the story is about the Kentucky Tourism Commission uber-efficient assistant Kelsey and nerdy/sexy statistician Charlie. The KTC gets snowbound for a week at a resort during their conference and, oh what games can be played in the snow.

All the characters from the KTC office appear in the novel, but I am really glad that Kelsey got her own story. Oh, and I love her guy friends who pull out on the stops with Project Icarus and att
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Janeal
Sep 28, 2015 rated it it was ok
So, so silly. Some fun parts and I did finish it so that means at least a two star rating. The little quips about Kentucky were fun because I lived there but I found the characters kind of dumb and the plot very cliche'. The relationship the main character has with her smart, nerdy neighbors would have been kind of fun if she hadn't stole that idea from The Big Bang TV show. Don't bother unless you've lived in Kentucky and you want to hear some tidbits about the state.
Jane (PS)
Aug 16, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: audiobook
Fun with some amusing observations on people etc in Molly's inimitable style. Loved the nerd boys, Charlie (also a nerd boy) and Kelsey who is clearly a nerd as well, but also particularly useless at shoving d*cky boyfriends off the perch (revealed at the beginning of the story, so not a spoiler)...
☀Rachael☀
Jul 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Good I've missed Molly Harper! Now I much go and Re-read them all Again !!!

Wow is it bad that I didn't notice that all these books are about different people?!? Lol!

But I still loved it! Plus there was snow!
Lisa
Sep 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
A perfect funny read for a blah wintry day. Molly Harper's humor never fails to make me laugh out loud and this little book is a gem. Love it!
Wendy
Mar 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
I can't get enough of Molly Harper! This series has me giggling all the time. The characters are fun and quirky.
Lisa
a quick, entertaining read.
Kate
Jun 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: audio, read-in-2014
Loved this one, and so happy to finally get Kelsey's story! Of course, it made me kind of pine for snow days and pissed off possums...
Adele
Sep 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2017
I'm ashamed to say I've had this book on my kindle for a while but it was well worth the wait as I loved it! Molly Harper is a new author to me and I loved her crazy wit and humour in this storyline. Snow Falling on Bluegrass is book 3 in the series but as I hadn't read the previous two books I treated this as a standalone story. I soon got wrapped up in the storyline and the array of characters. What I loved was the setting and premise of the story, a big company going away for a team building ...more
India
Jan 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Kelsea has been in a bad relationship for years. Three long years of putting up with sub-human behaviour from a man who calls her mother every time they argue. She’s also been madly in love with a colleague for years and although she has maintained a friendship with him he has started to act a little weird around her.
When the group get stuck in the snow on a team bonding holiday they are forced to get along and Kelsea finds two men are competing for her attention. Should she go for dependable, h
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Kathy
Sep 12, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, humor
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