Pages: 300 pages
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Intro: I have been looking for a new contemporary series to read. This is a series that I had never heard of before but I was intrigued. I am always looking for new series to fangirl.
Heroine: Daisy- I really liked Daisy. She was easy to like and easy to empathize with. She was a victim of malicious (and false) gossip and I loved how she handled it when she came back to town. She was strong and smart and she had one hell of a backbone.
Hero: Luke-What a good dude. He is a nice guy hero even though he had a bit of a past. And they are not my favorite but I liked Luke. He stood up for Daisy while she was being bullied. C'mon. Be less perfect. He's a gentleman and it shouldn't strike me as something extraordinary but I have been reading so many rakes lately that a genuine nice guy is a shock.
Chemistry: I loved Daisy and Luke together. They had this sweet and supportive relationship that I really loved. There wasn't any great drama but a nice smooth progression. I don't think that would work for me all the time but I have been reading drama filled historicals lately so this was a welcome respite.
Ending Babble: I think I have to start from the beginning with this series. It sort of reminds me of the charm of Jill Shalvis' Lucky Harbor series with a little more western. And it sort of pains me to start a series a long way in. But I really enjoyed this one.