Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Tempting Miss Daisy by Tammy Andresen ( House of Devon, #7)

Tempting Miss Daisy
by Tammy Andresen

My rating: 5 stars

Series: House of Devon - Book 7
Publisher : Swift romance Publishing Inc. (October 2, 2020)
Genre: Historical Romance | Short Story
Print Length : 81 pages
Available from: Amazon


A match with a baron was beyond her wildest dreams…

Daisy knew where she stood in society. When her father landed in debtor’s prison, she was lucky to have a roof over her head and employment that kept her fed and clothed. At best, she might hope to one day meet a gentleman who’d overlook her lack of dowry, like her sister. But when the Baron of Hartwell visits her employer, his glances scorch and his touch ignites. But he’s so far about her station, she doesn’t even dare to dream.

She’s too tempting by half…

Miss Daisy Frank was not the sort of woman a baron considered for a bride. Yes, she was of the peerage, but after her father’s fall from grace she had no dowry, no prospects, and little chance of a good match. Except… she was also sweet, kind, and achingly beautiful. The sort of woman that might just soothe a man’s wounded soul.

Tempting Miss Daisy by Tammy Andresen
( House of Devon, #7)

Her father, a pastor, landed in debtor’s prison and left his daughters out in the cold, so to speak when a handsome duke took them in. Now Daisy is a tutor, hoping to make a match with any man who would have her. Along comes the Baron of Hartwell, purchasing a horse for his future bride and let’s just say, the rest is history!

TEMPTING MISS DAISY is the latest in Tammy Andresen’s short, yet romantic tales that provides the perfect level of sugar, sass and spice! As always, this tale has a start and a finish, no dangling cliffhangers and made for one of Ms. Andresen’s signature feel good reads!

No worries if you haven’t read the rest of the series, (I hadn’t), this brief story stands on its own just fine!

I received a complimentary ARC edition from Tammy Andresen! This is my honest and voluntary review.

No comments:

Post a Comment