Thank you to One More Chapter Publishing and Netgalley for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Oliver and Daisy have been compared to each other their whole lives and while Oliver went on to accomplish his goals, Daisy did not. Now she must deal with hearing about all of Oliver’s successes at every family gathering. But this year Daisy is out to prove that she can have a grown-up life too. That is until she learns a secret that will rock her and Oliver’s world.
This was an adorable Holiday read, and though some parts of it were a little predictable, others really were not. Daisy and Oliver have a history and though you don’t see all of it you can tell there is something there.
Oliver was just such a nice guy. There was a little Mr. Darcy there, but more because that is how Daisy viewed him. I loved the Daisy and Olver dynamic, especially that Oliver was just so supportive of Daisy. Daisy was also likable, and though some of the lessons she learned in this book I saw coming from a mile away, she had to learn them on her own. While this book is a romantic comedy, it is also about daisy learning to love herself, a message I loved and would like to see more in fiction.
The whole cast of characters were pretty amazing Daisy and Oliver’s parents were hilarious. And Uncle T was great as well. Even some of the people you aren’t really supposed to like were at least good for comic relief. If you are looking for an uplifting Holiday read, you should check this one out.