I think I enjoyed the first book in this series a bit more than Rhythm and Bluegrass, but I still really enjoyed Molly Harper’s humor paired with Amanda Ronconi’s amazing ability to deliver those lines just right.
I pick up Molly Harper’s books when I’m looking for a light listen and a lot of laughs – which is why this was the perfect listen for the last few hours of Dewey’s Read-a-thon. Nothing keeps you awake like hilarious sarcasm, small town hi-jinks, and lovable characters.
As a historian, it was super easy for me to relate to Bonnie and how excited she was about unearthing treasures and her eagerness to share that joy. And the romance wouldn’t be complete without a stubborn, sexy male adversary that you JUST KNOW she’ll fall for – I was particularly found of Will McBride, he may be one of my favorite Molly Harper heroes.
I think my one disappointment was that there wasn’t more time with the characters from the first book – we see Sadie a bit and a few others, but I don’t think we ever saw Nick. I just enjoyed that first book so much I would have like a better idea of what’s going on with all those characters.
I’m having a lot of fun with this series and I expect the next one will be Kelsey’s story, which I think could be the best – I just love her. I definitely recommend this series for lots of laughs!
Another fun time with Molly Harper's Rhythm & Bluegrass! Berls gives it 3.5/5 stars! Click To Tweet