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  • Loved this!

    I preordered this the minute I spotted it on Suzanne Brockmann’s Twitter and am so glad I did. This debut novel by Adele Buck is absolute perfection. I love the friends-to-lovers trope as well as authors who do a fantastic job of mixing strong character development, humor, romance, and just a bit of angst. I was a little nervous because I have no experience with theater production other than a semester in High School <<mumble mumble>> years ago and sometimes books about play productions leave me feeling like I’m missing all the inside scoop. Not here – I never once felt lost and managed to curl up on the couch and finish this in one day! I found Cath and Paul relatable and endearing and spent the entire book cheering for their HEA. These two have spent 10 years as best friends and professional collaborators and their chemistry just jumps off the page (or ereader as it were). Their banter had me laughing out loud several times. I especially enjoyed that I didn’t have to wait for the entire book for Paul & Cath to move past merely friends. I love stories where I get to enjoy the couple, being a couple – a mature and communicating one at that. Most of the drama is created by a spiteful woman from their college days who has landed the leading role in their play. There are several secondary characters that are a fun addition to the world and I can’t wait to experience everyone Buck gives a story to. There’s a little teaser at the end sharing a chapter of the next book in the series, Method Acting, and I’m already hooked. Extra note: I love this cover by Marika Bailey. It perfectly captures Cath & Paul.

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