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Mist

(The Smokey Blues #1)

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Someone is distributing drugs out of the nightclub Acoustics, and undercover DEA operative Reynolds Navarro has come to Bristol, Tennessee, to find out who. His prime suspect? The beautiful and deceitful dulcimer player Kylie Barstow Richards, whose drug-dealing husband was gunned down and who now has illicit funds feeding into an offshore account in her name.
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Published September 29th 2016 by Boroughs Publishing Group
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Jody
From its opening pages readers will find themselves quickly immersed in this atmospheric romance that has music bringing two people together under a haze of deception and suspense. Family and obligations serve as a backdrop to the burgeoning romance that gets put through the wringer. As feelings of love quickly turn to betrayal the past continues to weigh heavily on the hard-fought conclusion which had me guessing until the end.

Kylie thought she had a good marriage with an honorable man until he
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Zari Reede
Jun 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
As a reader, I am guilty of choosing a book by its cover. After seeing the cover of Ruby, by Emily Mims, I decided to check out a sample. Realizing that it was a series, I decided to start on book one, Mist, during my vacation to Greece. I love to read everything, but a warm romance laced with some of my own bluegrass roots sounded like the perfect beach read. Emily Mims did not disappoint. Her characters were warm and funny, with real southern dialect, and her background in music leant reality ...more
Michele Zurlo
This was a different kind of read for me, full of unfamiliar landscapes and sounds. Being a city girl from Michigan whose favorite band is AFI, reading a story about a bluegrass band with a dulcimer-playing heroine that takes place in eastern Tennessee was definitely something new, but I enjoy learning about new places and new things.

This story is about Kylie, a widowed musician whose husband had been a cheater and a liar. She's tender and doesn't trust easily, so when Ren, a man working with th
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Suanne
Nov 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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When Kylie Richards and her brother Cooper Barstow open the bluegrass club, Acoustics, they're amateurs at running clubs and fall further behind in their financial obligations. Their increasing debt plus funds that are being transferred from an offshore account lead the DEA to suspect them of being drug runners.

Reynolds (Ren) Campbell Navarro, a guitar-picking civilian from San Antonio, is enlisted by the DEA to infiltrate this suspected drug ring. Unexpectedly, Ren falls for Kylie in a big way.
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Brooklyn Ann
Oct 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely adored the undercover premise, coupled with Kylie and Ren's genuine love for music. The culture of the Appalachian music was fascinating, and I especially loved the parallel of Hispanic music included at the end, along with getting to see the hero and heroine from the last book.

The conflict was VERY realistic and heartwrending, but the chemistry and bonding between Kylie and Wren made you root for them.

And the set up for the next book made me begging for more.
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Author of over forty romance novels, Emily Mims combined her writing career with a career in public education until leaving the classroom to write full time. In addition to eighteen Candlelight Ecstasy Romances under the pen name 'Emily Elliott', she has written two series under her own name, the Texas Hill Country series and the Smoky Blue series, and has completed four books in the Durango Stree ...more

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