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Playing the Part

by Kimberly Van Meter

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"If Lindy Bell had her way, she'd still be in L.A., partying and angling for her next acting job. But a crisis at the family's resort has surfaced, and who can ignore the call of duty? Still, duty would be easier to take if she didn't have a bratty kid making trouble. Too bad the dad, Gabe Weston, can't seem to put down his phone long enough to see his daughter needs his attention. When Lindy points out to Gabe the error of his ways, sparks fly and she has his undivided attention. Unexpectedly, the three of them-Lindy, Gabe and his daughter-bond in a serious way. Such a serious way, in fact, that Lindy may be auditioning for a new role she never considered before" -- Cover verso.… (more)

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