“Playing the Part” by Jen Turano

It would seem that actress Lucetta Plum isn’t the only one playing a part. Bram Haverstein, has been keeping his secret for years, hidden behind the walls of his said-to-be-haunted castle. But Lucetta and his estranged grandmother just breached the back hedge. None of his secrets are safe with the havoc that seems to follow in these women’s wake. From a crazed goat to an obsessed admirer of Lucetta’s, Bram’s life and the misconceptions he has regarding his favourite actress are about to be turned downside up. Lucetta is nothing like the demure, delicate, and easily distressed woman he took her for. Can he learn to appreciate her as she is, or will the evil Silas Ruff get his hands on her first?
The last in Jen Turano’s A Class of Their Own series, this much anticipated finale does not disappoint. She makes ridiculous situations believable with life-like characters, of which none play too small a part not to be memorable. This sweet and silly romance is mixed with a large dose of intrigue and danger to thrill the reader. Jen’s characters grow to know themselves and God better, which leads them to the healing their relationships desperately need.
I highly recommend this delightful, inspiring, and downright hilarious novel.
Thank you NetGalley (https://www.netgalley.com/) and Bethany House Publishers for providing this novel to me to read and review.


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