Daisies and Devotion, 2

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Shadow Mountain
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5.8 X 8.6 X 0.9 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author
Josi S. Kilpack is the bestselling author of several Proper Romance and Proper Romance Historical series and a cozy Culinary Mystery series. Her book, A Heart Revealed, was a Publishers Weekly Best Romance Book of the Year. She and her husband, Lee, are the parents of four children.
"Mirthful, lighthearted look at proper manners and repeated misunderstandings. Protocol and posturing are skillfully revealed as both protagonists seek marital matches for themselves at gatherings filled with societal gossip and judgment. There's further humor tempered with heartache as Timothy and Maryann start searching for spouses for each other, despite their growing mutual attraction. This amusing adventure in misunderstandings will delight readers who appreciate rich settings and strong characters." -- (11/12/2018)
With the second elegantly executed addition to her Mayfield family series, following Promises and Primroses (2018), Kilpack expertly and delightfully gives fans of traditional Regency romances everything--engaging characters, dry wit, and a sweet love story--that they could ever desire.

Any teen Regency fan who has ever fallen for someone who wants to be just "friends" will relate to the heroine's romantic dilemma."-- (03/15/2019)
"Kilpack's newest release is a slow-building love story that asks the hero and the reader to choose the simple daisy over hothouse roses. A sweet, original romance."-- (03/15/2019)
"Friends trying to help one another navigate the Season and romance need look no further than at each other to find true love. Kilpack's second "Mayfield Family" story (after Promises and Primroses) is sweet and a bit unexpected; she never lets her readers down."-- (03/15/2019)
"The characters are well drawn, their interaction is involving, and the echoes of Jane Austen add richness. The main strength of this Regency romance, however, is the exploration of the problems that face both men and women in finding a suitable partner. Not easy in any age, but particularly in the 19th century when opportunities for meaningful interaction and frank discussion were strictly limited in the upper class and the consequences of misjudgment dire. Highly recommended."--Historical Novel Society