Daisy’s Dilemma by Debbie Vigianno

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.

My Thoughts

⭐⭐⭐⭐

Daisy is currently living her best life. After making it through a rather difficult breakup with her ex husband Harry, she is now running her own Florist shop and is engaged to a lovely man named Dominic. Despite the fact that Dominic hasn’t yet bought her a ring, or she hasn’t even come close to meeting his family, Daisy tried to not dwell on these points, refusing to let them drag her down.

When Becky – Daisy’s best friend begins to express her dislike for Daisy’s new beau, making several comments that make Daisy stop and think about how much she really knows about the man she intends to marry, and whether or not he is in fact keeping things from her.

As is Daisy’s life isn’t complicated enough at this point, her ex husband Harry rocks up and announces he made a terrible mistake leaving her and begs her for a second chance. With the addition of a handsome neighbour moving in next door, Daisy’s head is all a flutter as she tries to work out where her heart really lays.

This is one of those gorgeous comfort reads that makes you smile from beginning to end. Debbie Vigianno always manages to create characters that have such realistic, relatable traits, things that really allow you to connect with them from the off.

The storyline is delightful and as Daisy tries to decide who has her heart, we learn more about these intriguing love interests, and you certainly found myself rooting for one man in particular. The story flows effortlessly and has plenty of drive and drama to keep you hooked to the very end. Another absolute cracker of a book from Debbie Vigianno!.

You can purchase a copy of this book by following the links below

UK http://amazon.co.uk/dp/B08XQXC5BX

USA http://amazon.com/dp/B08XQXC5BX

About the Author

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!

Social Media Links

TWITTER:   @DebbieViggiano

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/debbie.viggiano.5/

INSTAGRAM: debbieviggiano

WEBSITE: www.debbieviggiano.co.uk

*Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and Debbie Viggiano for providing me with a gifted copy of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own and not influenced in any way.*

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