A Date for Daisy by Tara Grace Ericson

Book Summary:

He thinks she’s the captain of the Hot Mess Express.
She thinks he’s rigid and wound too tight.
And this renovation is about to get complicated.

Daisy Bloom is determined to turn her 100-year-old house into a bed and breakfast. The only problem? She knows nothing about renovations.

Enter Lance Matthews, construction guru and business owner. He is determined to tackle this project with his usual methodical, organized approach. His only problem? The beautiful and infuriating homeowner — deeply involved with the project and completely averse to lists, schedules, or any form of organization.

When sparks fly between these wildly different personalities, will they find common ground? Or does God have other plans for each of them?

My Thoughts:

I’m completely charmed by The Bloom Sisters series! A Date for Daisy was the perfect mix of light hearted romance and humor. Daisy and Lance are all friction and sparks! Their differing personalities provide multiple instances for disagreements, disasters, and an undeniable chemistry that even they can’t explain! While these characters are significantly different, I loved that as the story progressed they both had areas of growth which allowed them to understand and identify with each other. Ericson writes really genuine characters that are relatable and that’s one of the reasons I am really enjoying this series. The conclusion of this book is worth the wait! It’s simply adorable! I cannot wait for the next book in this series!

*I was given a copy of this book by the author, however I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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