Lucy Parker
Act Like It

Act Like It

I just blew through this series (again) on vacation and it was good for my reading life. Richard and Lainie are actors in London's West End. Though talented, Richard's cranky off-stage antics are turning his fans against him, and the theater is worried they won't be able to sell tickets. Fan favorite Lanie is already stuck working with her cheating ex-boyfriend, and then it gets worse: she's asked to pose as his new girlfriend to help Richard clean up his reputation. And fans love nothing more than an on-stage/off-stage romance, so soon they're packing in the crowds. But then the lines between on-stage and off begin to blur. A fast, fun contemporary romance with a keen sense of humor.

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London Celebrities Collection: An Anthology

London Celebrities Collection: An Anthology

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When I asked my friend Leigh Kramer for a not-so-steamy romance recommendation, Act Like It, the first in this series, was her immediate suggestion. Fast, fun contemporary romance. One reviewer calls Parker a "queen of banter."

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The Austen Playbook (London Celebrities)

The Austen Playbook (London Celebrities)

Lucy Parker brings us back to the London theater scene by way of The Austen Playbook, a live-action TV murder mystery where viewers at home determine the outcome for Jane Austen's beloved characters. Actress Freddy finds herself distracted by grumpy critic Griff, whose home is hosting the event. And Griff? He's distracted right back but there's a secret in their respective families' histories that might undo everything.

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Headliners (London Celebrities Book 5)

Headliners (London Celebrities Book 5)

Lucy Parker is one of my favorite authors for fast and fun romance; she's the author that inspired summer's 10 Romance Novels That Are Perfect for Summer Reading post. in her newest novel, out January 20, two rival tv presenters who hate each other's guts suddenly become colleagues who must not only work side by side, but act like they like it. (It's not essential that this series be read in order, but if you want, go back and read the first, Act Like It, it just might be my favorite.)

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