Hotel manager Daisy MacLean is ready to devote her time
to the family hotel after loosing her husband in a car
crash. The tragedy has closed Daisy's heart to any other man
for a long time to come but Daisy's reaction to Dev Tyzack,
a wedding guest at the hotel, is electrifying. Daisy,
of course, does her best to avoid Dev at all costs,
but Dev has other ideas. Can Daisy heal her heart
with the chemistry she shares with Dev or will she ignore
him and stick with what is safe?
Dev Tyack is never without a woman because of his money and
decent looks but exchanging heated words with Daisy MacLean
has his desire directed at Daisy alone. Daisy is proving to
be a difficult catch since she is avoiding him at every
turn. Dev decides to use Daisy's hotel while he is waiting
for the remodel of his building to be completed, giving both
of them time to adapt to being around one another. Dev may
have to set aside his feelings while Daisy works through her
own. Will it be too late?
Jill Mansell's STAYING AT DAISY'S has enduring characters
attempting to find their true love in the midst of
heartache. Ms. Mansell has written a very satisfying read.
Daisy MacLean runs the country house hotel owned by her
flamboyant father, Hector. When she hears who's about to get
married there, she isn't worried at all - her friend Tara
absolutely promises there won't be any trouble between her
and ex-boyfriend Dominic, whom she hasn't seen for years.
But Dominic has other ideas...
Meanwhile, Hector's getting
up to all sorts with...well, that's the village's best kept
secret. And then Barney turns up, with a little something
belonging to the husband Daisy's been doing her best to
forget. That's the thing about hotels, you never know who
you're going to meet. Or whether they're going to stay...