Diamonds and Daisies
Novelist Sunny Parkinson might write scorching romances, but her own life is decidedly lacking in passion.
A knicker-snatcher is at large in her block of flats. Her best friend’s marriage is crumbling over a luncheon meat scandal. She lives with a spherical couch potato and a workaholic virgin. And an Irish nun has just moved in to their spare room. But one night at the launderette she meets Count Fabio Carelli - a man so traffic-stoppingly sexy he could have stepped straight from the pages of her latest novel…
Candlelit dinners, luxury spa dates and weekends in Paris are a far cry from the weekly pint and pork scratchings with her ex-turned-TV-gardener. Sunny is understandably dazzled. Is this the happy ending she’s always craved or is it too good to be true?
"Fresh, sensitive, fun, addictive and well written"
"The characters are wonderfully written and full of life, and kept me laughing throughout. The plot races along with lots of lovely twists, and the ending is the perfect winter heart-warmer... I think I even preferred it to The Reluctant Landlady, which I loved too."