- Publisher: Saddle Horse Press, LLC
- Edition: Book 2 Bluegrass Reunion Series
- Available in: Digital
- Published: 2018-08-01
Regina Ward, granddaughter of Corbin Ward, breeder of multiple stakes winners, had blood as blue as anyone in Kentucky. But what her grandfather had built, her father had gambled away. He’d already lost four prized horses to an arrogant, infuriating Brit. Reggie isn’t about to lose her heart to him as well.
Caretaker to his family’s thoroughbred racing empire, Parker Stuart has zero tolerance for anyone who slights him or his blue-blooded British family. Reggie may have considered their brief, torrid affair no more than a spring fling, but she’d run off with Parker’s heart when she’d dumped him. Now it’s time to settle the score.
It’s up to Reggie to save what’s left of her family homestead and her proud Kentucky heritage. But when Parker shows up to collect his horses, all bets are off. Reggie’s never been a gambler and Parker despises losing. But when Kentucky blue blood tangles with British blue blood, are they willing to take a gamble on love?
The Bluegrass Reunion series: Contemporary romances about second chances that can be read as standalone novels with happily ever after endings and no cliffhangers.
- Kentucky Woman
- Kentucky Blue Bloods
- Kentucky Bride & Kentucky Heat
- Kentucky Flame
- Kentucky Groom
- Kentucky Cowboy
- Kentucky Rain
- Betting on Love
5 Stars! “Parker is a man you will fall in love with, from his proper English mannerisms, to his love of horses and Reggie. He is honorable, attractive, and he doesn’t waver in his feelings.” – Amazon Review
5 Stars! “I admired Parker as the steadfast hero, because he just would NOT give up on Reggie no matter what family problems or obstacles appeared in the way of their trust and love. Ms. Scarbrough has, again, written a wonderful, insightful love story.” – Amazon Review:
A romance with a little mystery, humor and the ambiance of KY horse country, KY Blue Bloods will make you want to read more Jan Scarbrough. – Amazon Review
“…she is a master storyteller who is able to make the reader “feel” not only “see” her characters. The detail in this story is amazing, at times I swore that I was actually in Kentucky flying around in an old truck on the fence lined roads. The story is crafted in such a way as to make you slip into each of the character’s skins and become them.” – My Crazy Book Addiction