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Excerpt: Bluebonnet Ballerina by Carol Kilgore

Excerpt: Bluebonnet Ballerina by Carol Kilgore


Title: Ballerina 
Author: Carol Kilgore

Excerpt: Bluebonnet Ballerina by Carol Kilgore
About the book:

Gracie Hofner returns, and chaos reigns—including a couple of ghosts trying to save their granddaughter. But as Gracie dances from problem to problem, she’s unaware the music has been orchestrated into a murderous symphony.

When a different melody reaches Gracie’s ears from a guitar played by the new tenant living in her garage apartment, her tension vanishes. She listens unseen, cocooned in the shadows on her patio, and wonders who he’s longing for—and how it would feel for someone to crave her that much.

She can’t dwell on those thoughts, however. Problems of murder and missing prisoners abound. To say nothing of the ghosts. No one ever said being a law enforcement consultant would be easy.

Bluebonnet Ballerina follows Jalapeno Cupcake Wench and is the second book in The Amazing Gracie Trilogy.

Excerpt:

“Ow! Ow! Ow!” Gracie Hofner twitched with each exclamation.

“For crying out loud, Gracie, you’d think I was trying to kill you.”

“You are. This is supposed to feel good.” Gracie tried to lift herself up.

Ariana held her down with one arm and tortured her with the other. “You’ve got a knot bigger than Thor’s fist in here. I’m working it loose.”

“It’ll work itself out.”

“No it won’t. It’ll give you a headache and neck spasms and a hitch in your side. Now lie still and shut up.” A hundred and ten skinny pounds of pure muscle and bone returned to attacking Gracie’s back.

Ariana Ayala was Gracie’s best friend, but when Ariana went into massage mode, arguing was futile. This was her first massage in her friend’s new studio, but nothing about her technique had changed. Gracie sighed and tried to relax. The more she loosened up, the harder Ariana dug. The woman had forty fingers and ten elbows, all of them poking Gracie’s sore back.

“Much better now.” Ariana continued to knead the same spot, except with much less pressure. That’s what it felt like, but Ariana always said the pressure was the same. The difference was the muscle had relaxed. “Next time, I’ll work on it again. It won’t be as bad. You must’ve had one hell of a week.”

“Something like that.”

“You can tell me later. Relax now. You’ll enjoy the rest of this.”

Excerpt: Bluebonnet Ballerina by Carol Kilgore
About the Author:

Carol Kilgore is the award-winning author of The Amazing Gracie Trilogy. In addition, she is the author of In Name Only (https://amzn.to/2O3dl99), Solomon’s Compass (https://amzn.to/2JCMwF5), and Secrets of Honor (https://amzn.to/2uAIisZ), three standalone romantic suspense novels set along the Texas Gulf Coast.

She and her husband live in San Antonio, the setting for the Amazing Gracie books, with two quirky herding dogs who still require help opening the food bin and the door.

You can learn more about Carol and be the first to know when the third book in the Amazing Gracie Trilogy will be released by visiting her website and subscribing to her newsletter at http://www.carolkilgore.net or connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.



Carol is a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, and Sisters in Crime.

Excerpt: Bluebonnet Ballerina by Carol Kilgore


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12 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting me today. I'll be in and out for comments.

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  2. I appreciate getting to read about another book my family have not known about previously. Thanks so much for the book description and giveaway also.

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    1. I just responded, and my comment vanished. Trying again and hoping it doesn't show up twice :)

      Thank you for following the tour. Happy Weekend!

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  3. I just love your cover and I would love to read your book.

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    1. Thanks for your kinds words, Bridgett. My amazing cover designer is Ada Frost.

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  4. Happy Friday, thanks for sharing and for the awesome giveaway :)

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  5. Would you ever like to see a movie based off of your book? Congrats on the release. Bernie Wallace BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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    1. Sure. A movie would be cool. It would be a great experience.

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