When Maureen O’Connor begins meddling in her grandson’s love life, the last thing she expects is a romance of her own. But when she secretly plans a double date for herself and Jamie with Flannery McNeill and her grandfather Kirby, anything can happen. Will these couples find true love where they least expect it?
Turnabout's Fair Play is the third book in a series called The Matchmakers.
Again Dacus tackles some issues in the story that are not typical in most storylines, including job changes and breaking out of traditional stereotypes for job roles.
I also liked that BOTH characters had to really grow in the book, not just one.
I really enjoyed this book. I have read several of Kaye books and they are all great. I would like others to enjoy it.Published 17 months ago by mary
This is the final book of a three part series and I have to say it is the best (and I wouldn't mind more of these!). Read morePublished 17 months ago by Coppertop
I enjoyed this read very much one of the in three in the series each one was a good bookPublished 19 months ago by Valerie L. Allison
This book is the third in a series called "The Matchmakers" and it follows the story of Zarah and Caylor's friend Flannery as she ventures onher own journey toward love.Published on December 31, 2012 by Caitlin
This series has been my favorite of Kaye Dacus'. The characters are funny and down to earth. I liked that the three girl friends didn't fawn over each other, but dealt strait and... Read morePublished on October 19, 2012 by Restfinder
I love Flannery and Jamie!
Plus I love seeing Caylor and Dylan and Zarah and Bobby from the first two books and seeing how their stories have played out. Read more
Kaye Dacus in her new book, "Turnabout's Fair Play" Book Three in the "Matchmakers" series published by Barbour reunites us with the five grandmothers who have united to marry off... Read morePublished on March 12, 2012 by VicG
Flannery has watched both her best friends get engaged and she does not have a prospect in sight. She is afraid her best friends will abandon her once they are married like her... Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by weatherlover1
It looked like something from medieval Ireland - a colorized print of an old woodcut image of a knight kneeling before an old hag under a tree. Read morePublished on December 7, 2011 by J:-)mi