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Florist Daisy is loved-up and blossoming. Boyfriend Dominic has proposed marriage!
However, Dominic isn’t in any rush to buy a ring, and meeting the parents is looong overdue. What is the problem? After all, Daisy’s mum has already bought her big hat and wants to know the wedding date!
Then careless words plant seeds of doubt and, like weed, Daisy’s concerns begin to multiply. Is Dominic hiding something?
Meanwhile, sexy ex Harry is back on the scene and begging Daisy for a reconciliation. He thought the grass was greener with HER but now says he made a mistake. Is Harry – for once – being genuine, or simply leading Daisy up the garden path?
New neighbour Seth seems like a fun guy, but a single throwaway comment has Daisy mimicking a species of Calla Lily – Red Alert! It’s time to do some digging. But even she never anticipated a mad car chase across London or unearthing a shocking secret that changes everything.
Sparks are set to fly in this gorgeous romantic comedy about love, trust, and new beginnings.
If you enjoy reading romcoms, make sure you get to read this one!
Daisy is a florist, able to pick the best blooms and create beautiful floral arrangements but her luck with men is more questionable. She’s divorced from her ex-husband after catching him being unfaithful and now her fiancé, Dominic, seems to be acting somewhat suspiciously – though she’s making excuses for him. However, her inner dialogue is having arguments about whether she should confront him or just trust him. That’s when her ex-husband turns up to endeavour to woo her back, even proposing they have a sunny island second wedding! Oh, and the new neighbour, Seth, has Daisy tingling and blushing – but she’s not sure why! With these three men, her life is one huge dilemma. Add in her bestie teasing her, more clues to cloud things and a dramatic car chase and you’ve got one brilliant, hilarious read!
This story had me giggling out loud – especially when Daisy has one of her internal monologues and isn’t quite sure if she’s actually voiced her thoughts out loud or not. There are some potentially heartbreaking moments, but the author adds a superb sense of humour to the drama. I particularly liked the events in Islington but I’m not sharing what happens there – if you read the book, let me know if you enjoyed them, too! If you want a story to help you escape what’s been happening in the world and to put a smile on your face, grab yourself a copy of this fun book and get reading!
Thank you for my copy of this book which I have voluntarily read and honestly reviewed.
Prior to turning her attention to writing, Debbie Viggiano was, for more years than she cares to remember, a legal secretary. She lives with her Italian husband, a rescued pooch from Crete, and a very disgruntled cat. Occasionally her adult children return home bringing her much joy… apart from when they want to raid the fridge or eat her secret stash of chocolate. Tweet @DebbieViggiano or follow her on Facebook!