Genre: Contemporary Romance
Hotness Factor: Charged with Undeniable Romantic Passion
Book Length (Est.): 165 Pages
Falling for Fitz is the second of five books about the Philadelphia-based, wildly-handsome English brothers who are absolutely not on the look-out for love.
(Except Barrett, who fell in love when he was eight-years-old. And Fitz, who met the girl of his dreams at nineteen. And maybe even Weston, who just doesn’t know it yet.)
Fitz English and Daisy Edwards fell in love during one magical summer when they were teenagers. When something tragic happens at the end of the summer, Daisy tells Fitz she never wants to see him again. Despite his feelings for her, he respects her wishes and for almost a decade Fitz and Daisy go their separate ways.
Nine years later, when Daisy moves home to Philadelphia, they meet again, and both are shocked to discover that the feelings they had that summer are just as deep and real today. There’s a little snag, however. It seems that Daisy is engaged to someone else, and she’s come home to get married.
Can Fitz get Daisy to fall for him all over again before it’s too late? Only if Daisy can learn to trust the man who shattered her heart once upon a time.
*I received this book free from Bewitching Book Tours in exchange for an honest review*
Just because the words are not said does not mean that they are not felt.
Fitz and Daisy had a summer fling nine years ago that ended up with her pregnant, them engaged, and both of them living on different continents. When tragedy struck there was no longer anything keeping them together. She wanted to let him out of his obligation and he wanted to respect her wishes…too bad they were too young to realize their mistake.
Daisy has been in love with Fitz since that summer, but knew all he felt for her was obligation. He’d never said otherwise. But when she sees him again she realizes that her feelings for him hadn’t diminished over time, they’d intensified.
“I love you. Tell me you love me.”
Fitz has been in love with Daisy since forever…he thought she knew it. Boy was he wrong! He wants her back, but when she shows up back home with a fiancé in tow he thinks he’s lost her before ever having a second chance. Only that fact doesn’t deter him for long.
“I don’t want you to marry Dr. M..” He wet his lips, his heart beating impossibly faster. “I want you to marry me.”
Working through their past is the only way to move forward in the future. And when they do it’s sweet and emotional and you can’t help but love them both. Fitz has a tender heart beneath that meticulous brain of his and Daisy is gun-shy beneath her carefree exterior…together they break down the walls keeping them apart and move forward with the knowledge of how they’ve always felt for each other.
Falling for Fitz is sweetly romantic. It is slightly emotional, but the humor in it keeps it balanced and entertaining.
My Favorite Moment: When Daisy comes clean about Dr. M to Fitz. I loved his reaction!
“You know, I love you so much right this minute. I don’t even know what to do with myself. I haven’t laughed that hard in years, Daisy.”
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