Kaye Dacus pens another wonderful story in her Matchmaker series with Turnabout's Fair Play. Her characters are endearing and their escapades will have you continuing to turn the pages to see where they lead. This is a delightful story about friendships: those from the past, the present and future hope for those friendships to continue. It's also a story about changes in our lives and opening our hearts to God's plan for us. I hope you enjoy this inspirational romance as much as I did. --Vicki Ferrell Fresh Fiction 2011-10-13
Kaye Dacus has written a humorous tale of 2-for-1 matchmaking gone right. Turnabout's Fair Play is a sweet, fun, dual romance with just the right touch of "dork" to make you smile long after you've turned the final page. --Serena Chase USA Today's Happily Ever After 2011-11-13
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?
Although I enjoyed all the books in this series, this one was my favorite! Jamie, our hero, was adorable! Jamie and Flannery together --- sparks and chemistry. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Teresa E. Snyder
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 23 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 24 months ago by Coppertop
I enjoyed this read very much one of the in three in the series each one was a good bookPublished on July 31, 2013 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