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A Dilemma for Daisy (The Monday Mystery Society) (Volume 4) Paperback – July 13, 2015
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Daisy is a city girl, Chicago, working hard and living her life. Talking to her friend about the perfect man, they both giggle. Daisy walked out onto the street to be greeted by a muggar. Daisy took him down swinging. All of a sudden a man helps her out and he is that perfect man they were talking about. They fell in love with each other on the spot.
Cooper is a person short of being a gangster. He does not kill people, just take them for all they are worth for his clients. For some reason, that doesn't bother Daisy at first, but when his life is in danger and she over hears man talking about the real Cooper and what he does, she leaves.
Daisy is now back in the town she first lived in and has a good job, nice house and is very happy, sort of. One of the town men try's to be friends with her just as she gets bad news from Chicago. What Daisy doesn't know, is that she is being spied on.
It all comes down to where she has to decide between the city guy or the country guy? Which one does she pick? Which one would you pick?
Kaufman offers the reader a story that takes us into the heart and mind of a young conflicted woman and reminds us that sometimes happiness is right in front of you.
*I was gifted a copy. I am choosing to review honestly.
After being duped by an incredibly handsome con-man, Daisy Mazlo returns to her hometown of Oakville Ohio to take a teaching job and start over.
This is another sweet romance by Carol Ann Kauffman. The characters are extremely likeable and the story itself is a cute picture of life in a small town where everyone knows everyone else. Ms. Kauffman has done a fantastic job in keeping the readers attention with the fast enjoyable read. Five stars for a lovely piece of story telling.