Book Review: Small Town Scandal by Daisy Prescott @Daisy_Prescott @InkSlingerPR

Book Review: Small Town Scandal by Daisy Prescott @Daisy_Prescott @InkSlingerPRSmall Town Scandal by Daisy Prescott
Series: , #5
on June 27, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Another wingmen meets his match and this time it's scandalous.

Carter Kelso is a man with a plan. And goats. 
Ashley Kingston is a woman with a reputation.
Can he earn back her love before their past catches up with them and destroys everything?

On the island, my last name is synonymous with scandal. With a notorious father and a famous brother, I've been on the sidelines of our small town's gossip circle for years. Nothing to see here. Just a man and his goats, happily going through life. Not a care in the world. Too bad it's all lies.
I'm tired of trying not to be in love with Ashley Kingston, our very own island jezebel. Some people think she's a slut. They think they know her. They're wrong. Screw them.
Reputations can be deceiving. I should know.
Small Town Scandal is a second chance romance standalone novel and the fifth book in the Wingmen series. You do not have to read the other novels first.

Cute Goats, cute kids, patriotic flags – we’re nailing this holiday.

Goats. Baby Goats. In pajamas. Need I say more?? This book was the absolute perfect holiday read.  I neglected my responsibilities. I neglected my life. I lost myself and fell in love with Whidby Island a little more, I fell in love with the Wingmen all over again.

Small Town Scandal, book five in The Wingmen Series is a second chance romance of epic proportions. This is hands down my favorite read from Daisy to date. Carter Kelso the man with the goats,  and Ashley Kingston the town harlot, have a past. They were high school sweethearts until life and family interfered, blowing their love to smithereens. The feud, the scandal, the ramifications, the expectations, small town gossip adding fuel to the fodder and somewhere along the lines truth blurs, giving way to judgment and bitterness.

This is a tale of real life problems. Words are damaging, trust gets broken, and we get caught up in the wrong things. It’s easy to judge a book by its cover, but when you miss the journey on the pages, you miss the best things in life. A sweet story about love in the making, riddled with humor and humility. We are reminded that things aren’t always what they appear on the surface, and it’s usually the people who know the least about you, that have the most to say. I loved every word of this book. A strong heroine is the core, and the supporting cast are characters that have a permanent place in my heart, having built an untraditional family, but family nonetheless. This is a must read.

I’m not perfect. I failed at being a good girl and it blew up in my face. Fuck expectations and other people putting their issues on me. I’m imperfect, Carter. I mess up. I won’t apologize to you or anyone for being me. I deserve to be happy on my terms, not anyone else’s definition of happiness.


About Daisy Prescott

USA Today Bestselling Author Daisy Prescott writes romantic comedies with heart.

Her Modern Love Stories feature characters in their thirties and forties finding and rediscovering love in unexpected and humorous ways. Her Wingmen books star regular guys who often have beards, drive trucks, and love deeply once they fall. Look for her new Rom Com series, Love with Altitude, in 2017.

Born and raised in San Diego, Daisy currently lives in a real life Stars Hollow in the Boston suburbs with her husband, their rescue dog, and an indeterminate number of imaginary house goats. When not writing about herself in the third person, Daisy can be found traveling, gardening, baking, or lost in a good book.

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