Bluegrass State of Mind (Bluegrass Series, #1) by Kathleen BrooksMcKenna Mason, a New York City attorney with a love of all things Prada, is on the run from a group of powerful, dangerous men. McKenna turns to a teenage crush, Will Ashton, for help in starting a new life in beautiful horse country. She finds that Will is now a handsome, successful race horse farm owner. As the old flame is ignited, complications are aplenty in the form of a nasty ex-wife, an ex-boyfriend intent on killing her, and a feisty race horse who refuses to race without a kiss. Can Will and McKenna cross the finish line together, and more importantly, alive?
This is the first book in the Bluegrass Series. The second book, Risky Shot, is due out by the end of the summer. The third book, Dead Heat is due out mid-Fall.
A Blessing in the Bluegrass State
The Commonwealth of Kentucky
Welcome to Kentucky. The Bluegrass State is famous for breeding horses, tobacco farms, fine bourbon, and, of course, the Kentucky Derby. The state is home to a stellar system of state parks and natural attractions, featuring lakes, hardwood forests, spectacular waterfalls, and magnificent caves. The history and lore of Kentucky is interwoven with legendary figures, stories, and song. Did the Hatfield-McCoy fight start over a hog? Kentucky comes from the Wyandot Indian name for "plain" in reference to the central plains of the state. This common nickname for the Kentucky is given because of the vast expanses of Bluegrass across parts of the Commonwealth.
Despite a common misconception made by outsiders, Kentucky bluegrass is, in fact, green. The name and assumption comes from the bluish-purple buds produced by the grass.
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Kentucky's nickname is The Bluegrass State , based on the fact that bluegrass is found in many of the lawns and pastures throughout the state particularly in the northern part of Kentucky - including the metropolitan areas of Lexington and Louisville. Bluegrass is actually green - but in the spring bluegrass produces bluish-purple buds that give a rich blue cast to the grass when seen in large fields. Early pioneers found bluegrass growing on Kentucky's rich limestone soil and traders began asking for the seed of the "blue grass from Kentucky. The Bluegrass Region, which extends into southern Ohio, is characterized by underlying fossiliferous limestone, dolostone, and shale of the Ordovician geological age. Hills are generally rolling, and the soil is highly fertile for growing pasture. The Bluegrass Region is famous for its horse farms and of course the Kentucky Derby the thoroughbred is the official state horse of Kentucky.