Coming out is easier when you’ve got someone by your side. At least that’s how the hyper-private Quinn Kincaid sees it. When her publicist suggests a good old-fashioned sham of a Hollywood relationship, Quinn reluctantly agrees. And that’s how the star of Jordan’s Appeal , TV’s highest rated legal drama, ends up with a fake girlfriendthe very real, very sexy, and very gay soap star, Lacey Matthews.
The two clash immediately, and often hilariously, as they figure out how to fake a budding romance. And of course, things are never as simple as they seem. A freak accident, some reluctant caregiving, and a chance to work together on Jordan’s Appeal force Quinn and Lacey closer togetherfor better or worse.
In Casting Lacey , Elle Spencer gives us a funny new take on a classic storyline, complete with nosy mothers, fawning assistants, and two beautiful actresses who might learn about true love. If they don’t kill each other first.
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Elle Spencer is the author of Forget Her Not and Casting Lacey. She is a hopeless romantic and firm believer in true love, although she knows the path to happily ever after is rarely an easy onenot for Elle and not for her characters.
Before jumping off a cliff to write full time, Elle ran an online store and worked as a massage therapist. Her wife is especially grateful for the second one. When she’s not writing, Elle loves a good home improvement project and reading lots (and lots) of lesfic.
Elle and her wife split their time between Utah and California, ensuring that at any given time they are either too hot or too cold.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was surprised by how quickly the two main characters were thrown into a crisis. But, it worked really well and caused the roles to change between Quinn and Lacey adding interest to their story and depth to their characters. There is good back and forth dialogue between the main characters which was fun and even heartbreaking to read at times. The author made Quinn a more venerable and less self-assured character than you originally thought she would be. There are parts of Lacey’s storyline that bring tears to your eyes. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to the next one Ms. Spencer writes.