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Daisy's Choice

by Sienna Mynx

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Five years ago Daisy Johnson and her boyfriend Pete left their hometown for Vegas with dreams of making it big. Disaster follows when Daisy makes a dirty deal, losing Pete and her pride. Alone and too ashamed to return home Daisy sets out to reinvent herself starting with her name. Over the next five years, Daisy uses the money from the deal to start what eventually becomes a lucrative spa.

Hotelier Aiden Keane boxes his way from a life on the streets to becoming one of the most powerful men in Vegas. He can buy anything he wants and five years ago he wanted Daisy. He never imagined one night of unimaginable bliss would turn into something he never experienced before; love. Unfortunately, Daisy ran away but he has never forgotten her or gotten over his feelings for her. Aiden finally finds Daisy and one shocking revelation after the other follows. To have any chance at a love, they must face the worst and best parts of their personalities because they share a connection neither expected nor can explain.

Author Sienna Mynx often delivers intricate and beautiful interracial romances and Daisy’s Choice is no exception. This very enjoyable novel is a follow up to Aiden’s Game in which Daisy Johnson and Aiden Keane are first introduced. Although I haven’t read Aiden’s Game, Daisy’s Choice provided enough background information that I didn’t feel lost. The story is very detailed and filled with many characters all brought to life with clarity and vividness. This story will break your heart at some points and make you laugh at others. Daisy’s life is filled with more heartache than one person should ever suffer but it is also filled with a love most people imagine but never experience in their lifetime and so her heartbreak is balanced by her unbelievable joy in the end. Daisy is the only one who sees beyond Aiden’s dark side. When he looks at her with his clear green eyes Daisy sees his wounded soul; something he never allows anyone to see. Some of the things Aiden does are shocking in their meanness and at times I was hard pressed to empathize with him, but in this game of love he will break every rule to possess Daisy.

Aiden learns money can’t buy love. Daisy allowed him to put a price on her body but her love is priceless. He must earn it and only in doing so can they truly move past how their relationship began. Aiden puts it best when he says, “Black, white, yellow, brown no woman in his bed had affected him this deeply before or after Daisy.” It isn’t Daisy’s ethnic beauty that ensnares Aiden but something far more primal that he can’t put a name on. There are many casualties in this war of wills between Daisy and Aiden. Daisy loses the love and support of her family. Her daughter gets caught in a tug of war between two men who want to use her to make Daisy submit. Pete is also a casualty because he watched helplessly as Daisy is stolen right before his eyes for money and then because she feels something for Aiden she never felt for him. Aiden loses his mentor and attorney Donovan who resented Aiden loss of control over a young woman of color. Love should not be this difficult but with all these two go through, thankfully there is a happy ending. This story is a real emotional rollercoaster and at times I wanted to cry, laugh, scream or hold my breath anxious about what was coming next. However, as with most rollercoaster rides, the rush was worth it and so was Daisy’s Choice. I definitely plan on getting Aiden’s Game and reading this together with Daisy’s Choice. Of the three books I read this month by Sienna Mynx, On the Wings of Love, Queen Isra Daughter of the Sun and Daisy’s Choice; Daisy’s Choice was by far my favorite.

~ Susan for ARe Cafe ( )
  AReCafe | Apr 24, 2013 |
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