on March 20, 2018
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Daisy.They say eyes are the windows to the soul. I thought that was bullshit until I saw hers. Huge doe eyes that should have sparkled with happiness and laughter were dead and lifeless. That was the moment that changed everything. Two random meetings, nine emails, four days and a broken Angel that changed my entire world.Angel.Such a silly name for a beautiful boy. Daisy is the saviour I crave and the safety I haven't felt in years. My world is spinning out of control but he's the salvation that can keep me alive -- if I'll let him. Two random meetings, nine emails, four days and a broken boy that brought me back to life.
Book 2 in the Archer’s Creek MC series. You don’t have to read Echo to enjoy Daisy, but if you want to get stuck into a book knowing the backdrop and some of the characters I highly recommend you do.
Daisy has been a prospect in the Doomsday Sinners MC for the last 18 months. Loyal to his club and brothers, they are his family and he loves everything that they represent. Women come and go easy for Daisy, he is young, like’s variety and spreading the love… and then he meets an Angel.
Angelique is the daughter of the Mayor of Archer’s Creek, and knows she must stay away the MC member that she recently crossed paths with. She has lived a sheltered life due to her father’s increasing control over her, but now 18, she hopes she will be able to escape her prison and go to college. But her father has other ideas and her plans may need to change.
I really enjoyed this book. Having read Echo, I had already met Daisy. When I found out that his book would be next I was intrigued to see where Gemma would go with it. In the opposite direction is where. She has shook it up, changed pace and given us a very captivating storyline.
There is nothing that I love better than opposites attracting to make perfection. Daisy… That man. I knew very early in the book that he would hold my heart and I wasn’t wrong. He is your typical biker but Angel really brings something out of him and the gentleness he has for her made me swoon. As for Angel, well she surprised me. She had an inner strength that you slowly see kick in as the story progressed, and I believe that is not just due to Daisy, but also because of the MC brother’s unwavering loyalty to Daisy and the connection he has for Angel.
I can imagine that as much as a debut is nerve-wracking that the follow up must be even worse. Was the first book a fluke? Will everyone hate this one? Well I can wholeheartedly say that no nerves are needed by Gemma Weir. I think this book proves that Gemma has genuine talent. The progression in her writing, depth of characterisation and tempo change shows that this author has a lot more in the tank, and I can’t wait to see where she takes us next.
If you are looking for a MC read that is about connection between 2 strangers that couldn’t be more different, Daisy is a MUST READ!