Maryann Morrington doesn’t match anything on Timothy’s list—except for wealth. An heiress in her own right, she is tired of men pursuing her only for her money. But at nearly twenty-two years old, and not a particularly stunning beauty, she can’t be as picky as her friend Timothy is.
The two friends end up playing matchmaker for each other. Timothy will find a decent gentleman for Maryann, and Maryann will prove to Timothy that his “perfect woman” doesn’t exist.
Until Miss Shaw comes to London.
Now, with Timothy’s heart captivated by the blonde, blue-eyed beauty, Maryann must decide if she should risk her heart and reveal her true feelings for her friend, or if she should settle for someone else. It’s an up-and-down game of “he loves me, he loves me not” with both hearts and friendship on the line.
I love this next installment in the Mayfield family series! You can definitely read this as a standalone, but why would you not want to read to read Promises and Primroses? Because it is pretty amazing as well! Anyway, on to Daisies and Devotion! I really like that you get to see Timothy's perspective and Maryann's. It is always nice as a reader to be able to see into both of the main characters' minds. It rounds out the story and makes you understand each character as if you actually know them. This story pulled me right in and it held me there, I was literally a captive! It held me there wondering if these two would ever figure out what they really felt or if they would continue to try to set the other one up! Seriously guys, can you not see what is going on? Sometimes the characters become so real that you find yourself talking to them while you read. Side note: they don't listen, nor do they follow your advice. If you love regency novels, this is a definite must read!
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