Release Tour: It Was All The Daisy’s Fault by Elizabeth SaFleur

It Was All The Daisy’s Fault by Elizabeth SaFleur

A romantic comedy (The Meet Cute Series)

Release Date 14th June

Genre: Sexy romantic comedy – standalone


Opposites Attract
Grumpy hero-Miss Sunshine
Can’t-help-yourself chemistry
Laugh-out-loud, witty banter

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Writing is Scarlett’s purpose in life. She’s just lacking inspiration. She keeps getting interrupted by everyone in need—and animals and trees and flowers.

Like Cole. His move to her small town has to be fate. A surgeon sporting a super-hot, disapproving stern face with the bluest eyes she’d ever seen? Surely, a smile lived inside him somewhere—and she was just the woman to unleash it. And, bonus! He’s perfect hero material for her book. If only he’d agree to it…

But Cole has no plans to spend time with a sassy, hippie who thinks flowers have feelings. He tries his hardest to stay away—and fails, repeatedly. That incredible urge to back her up against a wall and do things to her? Their chemistry can’t be real. It can’t be.

A meet cute, opposites attract, can’t-help-yourself, steamy romantic comedy.

Review by Tara

I loved this book! Scarlett has always intrigued me, and I was excited to see that she has her own story!
“A beat of silence between them lengthened. He could stop this now. Just say good night and end this call. But he didn’t. He went on to describe more. The soft sounds she’d make.”
Scarlett grew up surrounded by rumours about her family and their life. Deciding that she was better than those rumours, Scarlett decided to live her life just being herself. She experienced things as she saw them, with an open heart and open mind. Meeting Cole, an aspiring heart surgeon, triggered Scarlett’s love for writing, but learning so much good about someone, only makes your heart fall faster. When Cole meets Scarlett, he cannot get away from her faster. But the more they talked and the more he listened, he saw someone that the people in their small town didn’t. Cole learned more about himself just by being with Scarlett. But when insecurities rise, can Scarlett and Cole overcome what’s holding them back?
“Lost to him. She sent one final thank you to the beach gods and goddesses for letting her have that moment. Even when it ended, she’d remember him as one of the best men she’d ever encountered.”
Bravo to Elizabeth for It Was All The Daisy’s Fault. This book was so entertaining and full of all the feels. Reconnecting with past characters is great, but seeing deeper into Scarlett’s story is the selling point, especially if you have read the previous books in this series! The main characters groove so well together, making this love story a win!
“One look into his blue eyes, and she’d cave. Be willing to settle for just bits and pieces of him—or worse, start to filter herself. She was done with scraps—and she hadn’t even realized that was what she’d settled for in the past.”

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Elizabeth SaFleur writes award-winning, luscious romance from 28 wildlife-filled acres, which she shares with her husband and one very spoiled Westie. When not immersed in books she can be found dancing or drinking good Virginia wine—not necessarily in that order.

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Oh, wow! Thank you for your beautiful review. I am thrilled Scarlett and Cole’s story touched you. They were fun — and even a surprise to me! xoxo

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Elizabeth SaFleur

Oh, wow! Thank you so much for your beautiful review. I’m delighted that the story touched you. (I want to be Scarlett when I grow up. LOL)