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Discovering Daisy (The Best of Betty Neels)

Discovering Daisy The Best of Betty Neels Daisy Gillard leads a quiet life working in her father s antiques shop until the handsome pediatrician Mr Jules der Huizma sweeps her away to Holland It is a secret joy for Daisy that Jules seems to

  • Title: Discovering Daisy (The Best of Betty Neels)
  • Author: Betty Neels
  • ISBN: 9780373037469
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daisy Gillard leads a quiet life working in her father s antiques shop, until the handsome pediatrician Mr Jules der Huizma sweeps her away to Holland It is a secret joy for Daisy that Jules seems to want to spend time with her But Daisy knows her feelings can t lead anywhere, since Jules is promised to another woman Still, he is so attentive and charming that Daisy isDaisy Gillard leads a quiet life working in her father s antiques shop, until the handsome pediatrician Mr Jules der Huizma sweeps her away to Holland It is a secret joy for Daisy that Jules seems to want to spend time with her But Daisy knows her feelings can t lead anywhere, since Jules is promised to another woman Still, he is so attentive and charming that Daisy is starting to hope she could become Jules s bride.

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    1. Rane on said:

      Poor Daisy has had a rough road of late, when her puppy love beau turns out to be a asshat, falling into one of Holland's canals and getting mugged wasn't bad enough, worse it seems when she's at her lowest Mr. Jules der Huizma seems to always there to give her hand. She knows not to let this kind stranger near her heart, she's already been burnt and he's off limits being engaged. Only she didn't count on him falling in love with her. This was one of the sweetest Betty Neels books I've read so f [...]

    2. Pamela Shropshire on said:

      Daisy Gillard is an Araminta in appearance. She does have both parents and they remain living through the book. She doesn't have a great deal of money, but she isn't destitute. She didn't really train for a career, but she did begin helping her father in his antique shop. Through reading and on-the-job training, she is very skilled at the art of assessing, purchasing, restoring and selling fine antiques. If you're like me, I was hooked on this premise.Daisy proves to be a delightful heroine. She [...]

    3. Caro on said:

      ¿Cómo se resiste una a historias así? Adoro estas novelas, me hacen sentir bien y eso es lo más importante, más allá de que la trama se repita constantemente. ¿Cómo evitar sentirse identificada con cosas como el amor no correspondido, los robos en la calle, la falta de ropa buena y hombres inalcanzables? ;_;

    4. Caro Charmie on said:

      heló aquí,mis primeras cinco estrellas y nada mas y nada menos que para Betty Neels. Esta novelita( gentileza de una avida lectora del genero romántico y quien es mi mentora y descubridora de Betty)conocida también con el título Sentimientos encontrados es una de las muchas novelas que leí de Betty,sin embargo hasta la fecha es LA MEJOR la contiene casi todo el dramatismo y sencillez que suelen caracterizar a los relatos de Betty.Creo que esta es buena y también especial porque es casi pe [...]

    5. Melinda on said:

      One of my favorite Betty books. This is one of her nicest Dutch heroes. Jules is not sarcastic nor does he look at Daisy with "cold blue eyes that seem to see right through her" and he is not as reticent as some of her heroes who seem to think that snubbing a girl when she asks a question or two is quite the thing. I also like that you get to read quite a bit of his POV. Very satisfying and sweet.

    6. Lin Stepp on said:

      Someone gave me this harlequin book and I really liked the story.Daisy Gillard wasn't the raving beauty with multi-accomplishments of most romance titles. She was a somewhat mousy, working in her father's antique shop, her world simply a small one. Until a meeting with Jules der Huizma, visiting from Amsterdam and even at that point, only quiet undertones let you think something may come of the relationship. Through a series of events, Daisy goes to Holland to make an delivery, and ends up wor [...]

    7. Leona on said:

      4 1/2 stars! One of my most favorites by Betty Neels. I loved the heroine, the hero, the story and a most satisfying delicious OW! This is a bit unique in that you absolutely understand the doctor's motivation, his feelings and his focus. For those BN fans, I highly recommend!

    8. Tonya Warner on said:

      Daisy Gillard leads a quiet, sedate life working in her father's antique shop. She is small, plain, and unassuming. After the man she had been seeing, half in love with, treated her cruelly and left her, she vowed to avoid all men. But Jules der Huizma is a man who seems to keep popping up at all times.Jules is already engaged to a woman he doesn't love, but feels committed to. Meeting Daisy brought out how much was missing from the relationship between him and Helene. Trying to not spend time w [...]

    9. Lizabeth Tucker on said:

      Daisy Gillard was a quiet girl with an eye for antiques, not a great beauty. Jules der Huizma was a dedicated children's doctor who was already engaged to a coldly beautiful, self-centered woman back in Holland. They were merely chance acquaintances with little in common. Yet Jules found himself wishing for more, a life with Daisy. But what about Helene, his fiance?As I've said before, Betty Neels attracts me because of her use of language. She had a rare talent to use just the right word to set [...]

    10. Clarissa on said:

      Okay, so if you've never heard of Betty Neels, don't be put off by the fact that she is a Harlequin romance writer. Her books are entirely sexless and purely romantic. I love them. The girl is usually a regular girl not necessarily the most gorgeous gal on the block, and the romantic interest is almost always an aloof foreign doctor who tries to not fall in love with the honest, charming, regular girl. They are completely sappy and totally great for when you want to escape into a sweet little lo [...]

    11. Barb in Maryland on said:

      I loved this one! Rich Dutch Doctor Jules falls in love with Daisy at (almost) first sight. But (Oh Noes!!)he is engaged to Helene. But he can't get Daisy off his mind. She is likewise interested, buthe's engaged and she doesn't poach another woman's guy. But wait--his mom like Daisy ever so much more that Helene(who just wants him for his money and doesn't understand him at all).Of course it all works out in the end. Did you have any doubts?Typical Neels romance, with a lovely heroine, a charmi [...]

    12. R on said:

      Stories by Betty Neels are often a comfort. Yes, they are quite simple and often I would like to say "really, does the man have to take over so much", but when you just need the fake life to momentarily escape your own current insanity (whatever it be)ories like this help. Just my opinion. :-)

    13. Patricia schmit on said:

      Not a Book That Can't Be Put DownIf it hadn't been for the ending, "Discovering Daisy" would have earned barely three stars! Found the characters to be made of cardboard, with little of interest otherwise. Cute ending, though.

    14. Dana on said:

      There's something very cozy about sitting down with a Betty Neels romance on a lazy Sunday afternoon. I have read this one, like many of hers, several times. Its a sweet tale with an old-fashioned flavor. Nice.

    15. Allison on said:

      I always love a Betty Neels book. Easy read, nothing too difficult, but still enjoyable.

    16. Crystal on said:

      Betty Neels is my go-to comfort read author. I love her stories. This one is no exception.

    17. Monique E. Lacroix on said:

      Loving the storiesI hate to keep repeating myself but I just love reading Betty Neels stories. Her descriptions of the characters travels and the homes is just wonderful. Not that I will ever live in a house like that, but one can dream.

    18. Hopefulpuffin on said:

      As with almost all Betty Neels' books, it's a nice, easy story that lends itself to a lazy Sunday afternoon.

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