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DAISY
by Leigh Greenwood

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: American West

1995 HISTORICAL ROMANCE OF THE YEAR Nominee

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Tyler Randolph has been mining for gold to fulfill his dream of owning a hotel when he rescues Daisy Singleton from killers. Her hair is scorched and she has been shot, but Tyler finds something very compelling about all six feet of her.

A blizzard traps Daisy, Tyler and his youngest brother Zac in a cabin. Having Daisy around, wearing his clothes and sleeping in his bed, is driving Tyler crazy.

Daisy doesn't understand her attraction to the domineering loner. Her fianc, Guy Cochrane is pressing her to announce their wedding plans, but Daisy can't do it because she's fallen in love with Tyler. Daisy and Tyler finally give in to their passion, but their relationship is anything but smooth with long-standing insecurities to overcome, as well as outside influences to fight.

Leigh Greenwood adds another phenomenon to his Seven Brides Series. This tale of two misfits who find love is sure to warm your heart and fans of the series, as well as new readers, will find this a "not-to-be-missed keeper." SENSUAL (Sept., 400 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Jill Brager

Publisher: Leisure

Published: September, 1995

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