Love doesn’t always have to make sense …
When Daisy Penvean meets Nathaniel Dalton whilst visiting a friend in Nashville, it seems there are a million and one reasons for them not to be together. Nathaniel’s job as a mergers and acquisitions manager means sharp suits and immaculate hair, whereas Daisy’s work as a children’s book illustrator lends itself to a more carefree, laidback style. And, as Daisy lives in England, there’s also the small matter of the Atlantic Ocean between them.
But when Nathaniel’s job takes him to London to oversee the merger of a small publisher with a large American company, he and Daisy meet again under very different circumstances. Because Daisy works for the publisher involved in the deal, and if Nathaniel does his job, it could mean she loses hers …
Book 3 – Nashville Connections series. Books in series: What Happens in Nashville and The Wedding Reject Table.
Angela was born in St. Stephen, Cornwall, England. After completing her A-Levels she worked as a Naval Secretary. She met her husband, a US Naval Flight Officer while being based at a small NATO Headquarters on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark. They lived together in Denmark, Sicily, California, southern Maryland and London before settling in Franklin, Tennessee.
Angela took a creative writing course in 2000 and loved it so much that she has barely put her pen down since. She has had short stories and novels published in the US. Her novel Sugar & Spice, won Choc Lit’s Search for an American Star competition and is her UK debut.
This book had me engaged right from the start. The descriptive writing made it easy to imagine the characters and I fell in love with the handsome Nathaniel or Nate as Daisy, the woman who steals his hardened heart, likes to call him, because from the start I could sense his vulnerability. The story combines romance, family secrets and jealousy and although I sensed what was going to happen on a couple of occasions it didn’t spoil my enjoyment of the book.
This is a perfect easy to read romance and I will certainly be reading more from Angela Britnell.