Another in the list – apologies to Serenity Woods and Lyrical Press. Please read on for my review of the second book in the Seven Sisters series…..
Every title I’ve read from Serenity Woods has kept me engaged, and the characters are solid and engaging. The second book in her Seven Sisters series, although the first I have read, starts out with similar promise
Daisy has crushed on Chase for years, but despite their amazing chemistry, she wants and needs more: security, stability, you name it. She’s found what she thinks is the perfect man: wealthy, successful and stable, but there’s one issue. He’s not honest. Reeling from the betrayals she dashes back to the familiar and comfortable: Chase.
Chase is waiting with open arms, and the backbone of a gummi worm. Daisy sets him a merry chase as she debates and vascillates between two men. While the connection with Chase is electric and palpable, she still doesn’t trust him- and the other one betrayed her.
Oh the back and forth is strong in this one – and neither character actually grabbed my attention in a positive way. Oh, the concept is great, and Woods did not falter in the plotting, but there was a spark missing that could otherwise have brought life and interest to these characters and left me wanting the next story in the series. Instead, I’m rather ‘meh’ about the title, and by extension the series, and that makes me sad. I like other works by this author, and know she has more in the tank, it just didn’t appear here for me.
Title: Daisy Chains
Author: Serenity Woods
Series: The Seven Sisters #2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published by: Lyrical Press
Published on: 28 April, 2015
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
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Chase Jackson turned every one of Daisy Summers’ sexual fantasies into scorching reality. But it wasn’t enough. Daisy needed a lover who provided more than just amazing sex. That he turned out to be tall, dark and wealthy didn’t hurt. Problem is, her "perfect" man is now the perfect liar. When his secrets leave Daisy lonely and betrayed, she has nobody to turn to…except Chase.
Letting Daisy walk away was one of Chase’s biggest mistakes. Now that she’s back in his life—and in his arms—he’s bent on keeping her there. But his past and her present are two shapes that don’t fit...yet. Caught up in a triangle, Daisy’s forced to choose between two men who’ve broken her trust before. Only now Chase is determined to prove he’s changed his ways—and the one thing that hasn’t changed is his love for her.
A copy of this title was provided via Publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
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