Rating: 3 stars
This is the second book I've read by Kylie Gilmore and I have to say I didn't like it as much as the first. Not in that it wasn't well written, because it was, but more because I didn't care all that much for the heroine, Daisy.
Readers met Daisy in the first book of this series, The Opposite of Wild, and to be honest I wasn't all that impressed with her then. However, from experience I know that sometimes views can change once you get inside a character's head. That was not the case here. In the first book, Daisy came off as immature and a bit of a brat. In Daisy Does It All, she still came off as immature and a bit of a brat. I had a hard time relating to her. I also had a really hard time understanding why Trav wanted to be with her.
Speaking of Trav, I liked him a lot. He was a great hero. He had a great sense of humor, but could be extremely protective when the situation called for it. And his relationship with his brothers and even the way he was with Daisy and his son were definite pluses in my book.
If this was the first book I'd read by this author, I'm not sure I would be reading anymore. But I loved the first book in this series and despite Daisy, I loved Trav, so I will read the next book in the series.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a sweet, yet sexy, romance with a slightly less mature heroine.