Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Playing the Part

Playing the Part by Darcy Daniel

Darcy Daniel had me at hello with this witty, romance. The story is set in Australia, as an American, that was not a distraction for me. The chemistry between the characters is unbelievably sultry, compassionate, snarky and well written. For anyone who loves Romance, this is a must have. I can easily see this book as a big screen movie!

From Goodreads:

Anthea Cane is a successful actress—well, action star. Her films are mostly about how hot she looks silhouetted by fiery explosions. But Anthea is determined to prove she's more than just a body. With the role of a lifetime up for grabs—a serious adaptation of her favorite novel—Anthea sets off to her small hometown in the name of research.

Cole Daniel is a blind farmer with no patience for divas, especially one who mercilessly teased him as a young boy. When Anthea shows up using a fake name and pestering him into letting her stay, he can't pass up the opportunity to torment her just a little.

But Anthea won't let the stubborn farmer deter her from her goal, even if he is hotter than any man she's ever met. Cole finds his form of payback less than satisfying when Anthea keeps turning the tables on him, proving her mettle and gaining his respect. Will Anthea's research land her a man, as well as the part?

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