Daisy Bellamy is stuck between a rock and a hard place. Two men eager to make her their own and she is stuck in the middle having a hard time making a decision. Logan is the reliable, comfortable option. He is the father of her child and has been a permanent fixture in her life for many years.
Julian is the free-spirited wild child, He fits the description of the bad boy persona perfectly. He also just happens to be the one who makes Daisy’s heart pound with excitement.
So, what to do? Pick the dependable one or pick the one your heart yearns for? Unfortunately the choice she makes becomes irrelevant when fate steps in to change the course of her plans. Heartbreak and misery decide for her instead.
One day a happy bride to be and a moment later an unhappy frustrated wife. As if that wasn’t enough to cope with Daisy then gets some news that threatens to throw her right back into the deepest pit, despite it being so-called happy news.
This is certainly a box of mixed chocolates when it comes to emotions. Is sort of questions whether we are able to pick the right Mr Right for ourselves or are just victims of our own emotional roller-coaster rides, depending on our circumstances and expectations.
It also bandied around the subject of whether parents, who can’t live as a couple, should stay together for the child’s sake. Duty, honour and a sense of responsibility aren’t enough to create a happy home or family. Unhappy families create unhappy children. Sometimes it is better to live apart and be two loving but separate parents than be together and drown in frustration.
Poor Daisy flits from one to the other trying to salvage her relationships and rectify past mistakes. It is a bumpy and long road for this particular romance.
I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and MIRA UK.