Dating daisy nr 1

Mar 09, Nancy Stopper rated it liked it I had a hard time relating to the characters in Dating Daisy. He demonstrates clear disdain for her store, and most things about her. A little bit of bumbling I would chalk up to a bit of social awkwardness, but his lack of empathy or ability to demonstrate basic tact and social aptitude just made his character a bit unbelievable.

I enjoyed getting to know Daisy and the struggles she was facing with her business. She has spent most of her life feeling second best - to her sisters, to her husbands, to everyone.

So she has major self-esteem issues that, honestly, are not going to be addressed by the aforementioned socially-inept Joel. Yet off she goes to an island vacation with him. Those types of scenarios just make the book seem unrealistic in many of its depictions of scenes. I did like the story line and how it progressed, using the reality show as the impetus for much of what is happening to Joel and Daisy.

She goes on a Mystery Dating show to promote her store. Joel Benjamin is a History Professor who advised on a movie so he is riding a celebrity wave and is asked to be on the same Mystery Dating show.

Quirky little love story. Nov 16, Rita Chapman rated it liked it An engaging if somewhat predictable love story - grab your wine and chocolates and settle down for an easy, light read. Nov 22, Esther rated it really liked it Sweet love story -a great weekend escape We begin the story where Daisy Miller, a quirky book-store owner trying to keep her business afloat after several setbacks. She goes out on a limb to rescue her struggling business by gaining some publicity on a local TV dating show and is surprised by meeting an acquaintance she has recently met and has a startling attraction to, a hot historian Dr.

Joel Benjamin, and they win a prize of a weekend away at a luxury resort. She discovers he is actually an ac Sweet love story -a great weekend escape We begin the story where Daisy Miller, a quirky book-store owner trying to keep her business afloat after several setbacks. She discovers he is actually an acquaintance from 10 years in her past after their dates stood them up on a double blind date.

Both have trust issues, obstacles and doubts to overcome, and in between both of their insecurities, they find love. This book is lighthearted and fun, and Daisy is hopefully optimistic and funny, despite her bad luck with men and relationships.

It was hard to put down, and a great distraction for a lazy Sunday. Enjoyed this book immensely!


Daisy and Michael are two passionate exes debating giving their on-again/off-again relationship one last shot. But when their parents find out and intervene, the two must learn to look inward at Director: Neel Upadhye. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Dating Daisy at dezan.tk Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

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