When her daughter was born with cystic fibrosis, Kate Micklethwaite vowed that Daisy would never be defined by the illness. Kate is determined that her perfect little girl will be known by her love of butterflies and French pastry and nothing else. Yet, somehow, Kate has started defining herself by the way other’s see her: the single parent, the source of small-town scandal, the drop-out, the former mistress; half a family.
I actually managed to read this book in about 5 hours on Monday. This was a very easy read, I did find myself disliking Kate a little but she is just being protective of herself and her daughter which is completely understandable. This isn’t just a typical romance or contemporary fiction story it has many layers which makes the job more enjoyable. Also there is a section of the book when you have to scream oh spencer why were you so stupid.
Thank you so much to Tracy from Compulsive Readers and Zaffre books for letting me take part in the blog tour.