I think any lesbian romance I actually finish without skipping chunks of chum is guaranteed at least a three star rating. This book is light, easy reading and I wish more of the MC's personalities came through instead of the constant kvetching about their relationship.
I still think a novel based on the surprise of being in a play or in a TV series where the characters have to appear romantic with each other so often they become romantically involved, slowly, in reality, would be a better read, but this wasn't bad. This reminded me of "And Playing the role of Herself" by K.E. Lane, another three star (maybe) that could've been much better.