Playing the Part

Playing the Part

eBook - 2016
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After a fan's interest turns sinister, actress Lucetta Plum asks her friend, widow Abigail Hart, for help. Abigail takes her to a secluded estate, then reveals her own agenda by introducing Lucetta to her eccentric grandson. Bram is clearly interested in her but also mysterious. When danger catches up to Lucetta, will her friends be able to protect her?
Publisher: Bethany House Pub.,, 2016.
ISBN: 9781441269607
1441269606
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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krimme13 Mar 31, 2016

This was my first time reading Jen Turano, and it definitely won't be the last. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, especially the great dialog. I love a story that is fun and has depth to it at the same time. Playing the Part was packed full of great characters, moved along at a nice pace and added enough mystery to keep me intrigued.

I love the unusual names for the characters, which makes them even more memorable. Lucetta is a smart, independent woman, making her a strong heroine. Bram is a little quirky and hiding things, but he has his reasons for his unusual behavior. There were a lot of great secondary characters as well, that just leapt off the pages. I enjoyed having an unlikely romance blossoming with Mr. Skukman, Lucetta's bodyguard, and Bram's sister. Of course, one of my favorites was Geoffrey the goat. You'll have to read the book to see why.

I'd strongly recommend reading this book if you love witty banter and a fun story. While it's the third book of the series, it can stand alone. I'm looking forward to catching up with the first two books of the series soon.

I received a free copy of this book from Bethany House in exchange for an honest review.

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