ARC Review of Daisy: Love Collection, Book 1, by Karen Botha @rararesources @KarenBothaNovel

It took a little bit to get into this book. It was slow starting, but once it got moving it wasn’t bad. It took a couple of chapters to get there though.

Daisy is a woman who is looking for someone to help her with her cash flow and has a reputation of being a woman that you don’t want to mess with. When she meets Aman to see if he can help her, she finds herself wanting more than help with her cash.

After a man is killed and it looks like Daisy is the killer, she runs and gets away from London. However, once she is away things begin to unravel in her life and she finds that not everything was as she thought.

I found the book to be a little slow and the characters weren’t that exciting to me. I felt that they could have been a bit more in depth. I give this book a 3.25 star review.

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