Raised with advantage and privilege, Daisy must now find a husband. Because of her overwhelming shyness, she chooses to let her aunt Harriett Farmer find her a husband.
Aunt Harriett’s suggestions are not what she expected. Setting her up to be a mail-order bride, she sends her to Montana to meet Eli King. What she finds is a life vastly different than what she's used to.
Can she possibly find love and contentment, or is she doomed to a life of regret?
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A lovely Mail-Order Bride story
I love this story! Daisy is strong yet quiet character. She feels a bit invisible because she has so many sisters. She wants to be herself without getting lost or known as part of the "flowers". In order for her to do it she has to leave the city she grew up in. I like how she moves across states to not only find herself but to find love.
It's those quiet ones you have to watch out for!
Daisy is the fourth daughter and fourth book in the Brides of Seattle series. She was also shown as so shy in the other books that I wondered how the author could even write a romance for her. Wow! What a romance!
I love books with mail-order brides and this one didn't disappoint. Because she is shy, Daisy decides to marry a man she's never met. (Eli, the groom, was actually a likable secondary character in another of Ms. Osbourne's books, Mail Order Motherhood.) The chemistry between the couple is fantastic. Yet it's Daisy growth in confidence and maturity that adds a delightful element to this romance. The book's plot covers several months and is definitely a well-planned out and carefully crafted story.
Tiffany Williams' narration brings it to life and adds well-thought out interpretation to the lines of dialogue through her voice inflections. She creates individual voices for each characters so that I found it easy to understand which character was speaking, even if it wasn't explained in the book's text. A Fantastic job as always, which is why she is one of my favorite narrator's.
(I did receive the audio book from the author. However, I voluntarily listened to it and reviewed the book honestly.)