Daisy Kennedy was raised by the Fae.
She was given the ability to shape shift. When she returns
from the Fae world, the first man she sees is Adam and she
falls for him - hard. Too bad he had to be Alpha of his
pack, which made her choose to leave without a word. Too
bad, as well, that 15 years later she still loves him. Or is
Adam Connor is 15 years older, wiser,
with longer hair and a more clean-shaven appearance. He is
still sexy as hell. What Daisy does not know is that he has
given up being his pack’s Alpha, and is still suffering from
the broken heart that was her final gift to him.
Now Adam works for Sundown
Investigations, which is where Daisy used to work. He now
needs her to help with a job.
The difference between love and hate is
a very thin line. Daisy has been keeping a secret since she
last saw Adam. Can they overcome the past to create a
Drive Me Daisy is an
engaging and interesting tale of two people who have to
figure out if they are happy with the way their lives are or
if they can go back in their relationship so they can move
forward to create a new and different relationship. The
characters are well-drawn and appealing. The reader finds
themselves wanting to reach into the tale and smack both
characters for being either stubborn or silly and then
wanting to hug them for the decisions they do make.