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Scandal in Spring Mass Market Paperback – December 26, 2012
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About the Author
Lisa Kleypas is the author of nineteen historical romance novels that have been published in twelve languages. In 1985, she was named Miss Massachusetts and competed in the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City. After graduating from Wellesley College with a political science degree, she published her first novel at age twenty-one. Her books have appeared on bestseller lists such as the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and WaldenBooks. Lisa is married and has two children.
Top Customer Reviews
Daisy Bowman is a fresh breeze amongst the rougher backdrop that is her family. Her innocent ways have done her no favors though, as she's looked on with much affection by her sister Lillian and friends, just not with much sense. When her father demands she choose a husband, or else marry a man she detests, not even her fellow wallflowers can save her. Not one to back down from a challenge, Daisy is rather dismayed when the very man her father wishes her to marry, Matthew Swift, appears on the scene. He's much changed from the man she remembers and she's not sure how to deal with the attractive businessman. Chance finds them often together in the following days and Matthew turns out to be far more than the money hungry employee of her father than she first thought. As all-consuming passion buds between them, a tragic secret from Matthew's past threatens their hopes.
What has carried throughout this entire series to date, the strong characters, still reins supreme as the most enticing factor in the last installment. Daisy has appeared before as the witty youngest amongst the wallflowers, a fierce supporter of them and their heart's desires. To see their fervent support of her this time solidified my admiriation for their friendship. Daisy is brought forth in her own story as a sweet innocent, a woman bursting with the hope of love and someone to share it with.Read more ›
Unfortunately Mr. Swift is keeping a secret that he knows will destroy whatever tenderness Daisy might come to have for him. Though he has adored Ms. Bowman from afar for years, he cannot let himself act on his feelings for fear of dragging his love into the darkness that threatens to track him down. But the more time he spends with the whimsical and charming Daisy the more he comes to realize that love is worth the risk of discovery.
Kleypas does a wonderful job of giving the last "wallflower" her own special love story. Daisy's romantic nature and Matthew's practicality compliment each other nicely. Daisy manages to keep an open mind about Matthew and he never disappoints her, even when his "secret" is revealed.
As in all romance novels their needs to be SOME reason that the hero and heroine can't fall madly in love with each other in the first 10 pages. Daisy's prejudice against Mr. Swift based on her father's approval of him was a very legitimate reason.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This felt more like an extended epilogue to the other books. Still good, but missing something.Published 3 days ago by Suzanne Krohn
I love Lillian & Daisy's relationship, they're really cute siblings. It's easy to imagine Lillian's character. Of all the WF series, I enjoyed this one the best. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Rewa
This is the fourth book in Wallflower series. It's good but I felt like it was missing something that was in the other books. It is still a good afternoon read.Published 28 days ago by Linda Abernathy
Lisa Kleypas did an excellent series of four young ladies attempting to get married in a regency society, but in having difficulties doing so called themselves the Wallflowers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Good story with likable characters and a strong plot. Lisa Kleypas does a great job balancing all the characters from previous books and making them part of the story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. A.