Turnabout’s Fair Play by Kaye Dacus

Turnabout’s Fair Play

Acclaimed author Kaye Dacus will provide you with hours of humor, romance, and inspirational reading with book 3 of The Matchmakers series. When Maureen O’Connor begins scheming to match her grandson Jamie with Flannery McNeill, the last thing she has in mind is a romance of her own. But when Jamie turns the tables and conspires with Flannery to bring Maureen and Flannery’s grandfather Kirby together, everyone’s best laid plans seem to go awry. Is Maureen willing to start a new relationship at this stage of her life? Will Jamie ever drop his veneer of self-sufficiency and succumb to true love.

The Review

Turnabout’s Fair Play is a fun, enjoyable story of meddlers having the tables turned on themselves. The idea is clever and interesting, and keeps the pages turning. There’s a good bit of banter, and wit to go along with it. Some laugh out loud moments, as well as tearful ones.

There was, at times, some parts that I had to resist the urge to skim through. It seemed as if some things that weren’t pertinent to the story were dwelled on a little too much. Things that felt like a page filler, rather than something that moved the story along.

This is a modern, inspirational story, with a spiritual aspect to it. It’s heart warming, emotional, thought provoking and fun. And with a main characters who is a true sweet heart!

3.5/5   

To learn more about Kaye Dacus you can click here, for her website. To purchase a copy of Turnabout’s Fair Play check out any of the following links:

Amazon | Barnes & Nobles | FAMILY | LifeWay

Kindle | Nook | Sony

*I received this book via netgalley in exchange for a fair review.

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