Monday, May 25, 2020

A Date for Daisy by Tara Grace Ericson

About the Book
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
Another cute romance from Tara Grace Ericson! From the moment we first met Daisy and Lance in Hoping for Hawthorne I knew their romance would be a fun one and I was right!
They definitely started off on the wrong foot, their extremely different personalities causing more than a little frustration! But I loved watching as they started to realize how well they could work together and balance out each other’s extremes. The attraction was there from the start and it was fun to see them fight, ultimately in vain, against it!
The home renovation angle was fun and as someone who’s seen all the Fixer Upper episodes it was really easy to visualize their various projects!

It was good to see more of the entertaining Bloom family and I am looking forward to reading Poppy’s story and figuring out her secrets!

Meet the Author
Tara Grace Ericson lives in Missouri with her husband and two sons. She studied engineering and worked as an engineer for many years before embracing her creative side to become a full-time author. Her first book, Falling on Main Street, was written mostly from airport waiting areas and bleak hotel rooms as she traveled in her position as a sales engineer. She loves cooking, crocheting, and reading books by the dozen. Her writing partner is usually her black lab - Ruby - and a good cup of coffee or tea. Tara unashamedly watches Hallmark movies all winter long, even though they are predictable and cheesy. She loves a good “happily ever after” with an engaging love story. That’s why Tara focuses on writing clean contemporary romance, with an emphasis on Christian faith and living. She wants to encourage her readers with stories of men and women who live out their faith in tough situations.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own. 


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