11 November 2011
Book Review Turnabout's Fair Play by Kaye Dacus
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?
This is the third book in the series and this books we the Grandmothers at it again in there match making.
This time we see Flannery's grandmother conspiring to set her up with Jamie. What is interesting is that Maureen starts to fall for Jamie's grandfather. This is where the books gets interesting. Seeing the Grandparents and also the grand children both conspiring to get the other couple together. We also see how sometimes first impressions are not always right. Flannery has made up her mind just what Jamie is and how he doesn't fit in her world but she gets to see another side which makes her question her Ideas. There are other things we find out as we read the book which I would love to talk about but I dont want to give anything away. I enjoyed this book and the whole series. Each books has dealt with different issues that I have been able to identify with in some way. Book one about singles and singles ministry, book two I could identify with helping care for an older relative and this last book I can identify with Jamie and some of the decisions he has to make.