Single and Looking: Daisy by Belinda Austin

Single and Looking: Daisy by Belinda Austin



Format: Digital Review Copy – Kindle


Genres: Humour, Women’s Fiction

Synopsis/Blurb (from NetGalley/Publisher):


Daisy will turn 40 in eleven months and has never married. Her family figures Daisy is a loser because she is still in college trying to avoid paying off her student loans which have amassed over 22 years of a miseducation. And all Daisy has is a cat to keep her company.
To make the crises worse, her cat begins talking to Daisy, when she is sober!

The mess of Daisy’s life is even kookier because the cat is cursing and smoking now and drinking more alcoholic beverages. Mm, there must be a connection to all this flowing alcohol, which may explain the bubbly in Daisy’s brain. Her sisters and mother insist on setting Daisy up on six blind dates and all the men are named after liquor.
In her quest to find the ideal man, Oops! Oops! Oops! Oops! Oops! equals five blind dates.
If only Daisy remembered to ask God when He texted her to show her exactly where her soulmate is on her phone’s map app.
You will fall in love with quirky, funny Daisy. A LOL, FEEL-GOOD BOOK THAT WILL MAKE YOU SMILE.”

My Review:

This book was so funny, that I had to stop reading it in front of my family as they kept giving me funny looks and probably thought that I was going mad, because I couldn’t stop laughing and giggling.

It was a great change from the books that I have been reading recently. I just wanted to keep reading to find out how Daisy’s next date would turn out and whether she will find her ideal man.

Don’t want to give the ending away so you’ll just have to read the book to find out what happens.

I haven’t read any books by Belinda Austin before so I have nothing to compare her writing in this book with, but I thought this book is was well written and easy to read.

Would like to thank #Netgalley for my digital review copy, in return for unbiased review.

Date Reviewed: 12/06/2018

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