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heyya im a 16 year old girl and i don't like to read books but i got given chasing daisy as a present so i decided to read it. I couldn't put the book down i loved it so much. Chasing daisy should really be made into a film it would be my Favorite film ever and i would watch it everyday. Paige Toon should really consider turning it into a film a lot of people would watch it and it would be amazing. xxx
This was the first Paige Toon book I read, and it was so good I bought all of her others after reading it! Chasing Daisy is by far one of her best novels, probably tying with 'Johnny Be Good' and the newest 'Baby Be Mine'. The story starts with Daisy working as a catering assistant for a team at the Grand Prix and the beginings of her relationships and friendships with two of the drivers, Luis and Will. They travel from country to country and in doing so there are various turns in the story. There is a very big shocking twist half way through, which changes your idea of how the story is going to end! You also learn a lot about Daisy at the book goes on and the truth about her previous life unfolds. The book was romantic, made me laugh but was also very touching in parts. What more can you ask for? It's very easy to read but don't be fooled by the fact that it is 'chick lit' as the story will have you gripped and sucked in from page one! All of Paige Toon's books have slight overlaps and cameos from the other books which is a good ploy by the author as you want to know where your favourite characters will pop up! All in all I can't even really say a bad word about it, a definate must read!
With an explosive fight and heated tempers to introduce two of the main characters from the off, this is no ordinary romance novel. Daisy Rodgers, a front of house catering assistant (aka 'Bun Tart') is our main focus, with a troubled and secret background that is leaked throughout the novel, to her desperate love triangle and moral dilemma's, you are left sympathizing and rooting for her from the start. Set in the fast, high profile world of Formula 1 this novel is full of action and leaves you dying to reach the next stage. You will be captured from the off and I would have never have guessed the absolute shocking twist mid way through. Paige Toon's writing style is relaxed and captivating, leaving you hanging on her every word. She has built her characters well and seeing through Daisy's eyes, you as the reader, are taken in and share the same views, likes and dislikes about the other characters. A definite must read for the lovers of 'chick flick' romance mixed with 'action'.
Today was my day off of work and with the brilliant sun finally shining I did no more than sat in the garden and read PaigeToon's Chasing Daisy. This is the first book I have read by Paige Toon but the bright front cover was calling me in! PLOT Daisy Rogers works as front of house for the Formula 1 racing's catering firm. She is staring to enjoy life again and is going out each night with the gang from work and her new best friend Holly who works alongside her. Her work life soon becomes involved with her personal life when she falls in love with Will who is one of the racing drivers the trouble is he has a long term girlfriend. Daisy's feelings for Will does not go unnoticed as Louis (the other racing driver) sees the way she looks each time he walks into the room. Will Louis be able to keep this secret or will he have reasons of his own to inform Daisy that he knows? My Opinion I really enjoyed this book as I am sure you can tell seen as I have finished the book in a day! The character of Daisy is a warm and loving character which I managed to warm to straight from the first chapter. Although the story was based around the formula 1 circuit there was still a great romantic feel to the book but also I found a few of the chapters were heartbreaking. I think this was more because you didn't see what was going to happen next as the story is not predictable so I found some parts was upsetting but this only made me want to read on to see what was going to happen next. Parts of the story seemed so real when you was reading it but it is not until you read the acknowledgements by Paige Toon at the back of the book that she tells us that her Father was a racing driver which is why the details of the racing circuit seemed so real and also the crash which she writes about for one of her characters is based on the crash she watched as she was a child involving her Father, I think this is why the book was so touching because it was written with depth as it was based on real events . I was a little apprehensive when I started to read this book as it was straight into the formula 1 theme and I cannot say I am a huge fan on car racing so it is not my idea of a perfect read but I soon changed my mind when the book worked its magic and had me hooked! Having now read this book I cannot wait to read another book by Paige Toon as I can say that Chasing Daisy is one of the best books that I have read. I would highly recommend this book especially to any of you who are chick-lit lovers.
From when we first meet Daisy she is a fiery character you want to follow.. She starts out shouting abuse to a man in a ferrari.. Obviously not fazed by apperances which lead on to how she attracts the rich and famous although herself appearing to be a normal hardworking woman..As we follow her character we learn of her past which answers one of Paige Toons previous books "Johnny Be Good's" unanswered questions.. I wont say how or why but Daisy is a mysterious character..Although some parts of the book you may think are predictable and think will be an easy read from start to finish .. It excells this with a massive twist.. from this point on its addictive reading.. you wont be able to put it down.. that is guaranteed..Fast driving, Bun Tarts and Broken hearts.. All in the name of F1 Catering..
This was my first book by Paige Toon I have read, and I only really clicked on amazon to have a look at it because of the eye catching pink front cover. After reading the good reviews on amazon about it, I decided to give it a go. I am so glad I bought this book, as it is one of the best chick lit books I have read! Sophie Kinsella has always been my favourite author but I think this book beat all the books by her I have read! This book is about a young girl called Daisy Rogers, who has moved to England to get away from her life in America, which you get to know about as you go through the book, so I wont mention what happened there. She gets a job working for the catering team, as a front of house girl for a popular formula 1 team. When I realised this book was going to be set mostly in formula one tracks etc I didn't think I was going to like it, but I actually now am really interested in formula one! I have never liked the sport, but the way it came across as so exciting and competitive in the book, has made me want to watch it! Daisy works closely with the two formula one drivers for the team, Will and Luis who are both so different. Will is laid back and shy and Luis is cocky and cheeky. Daisy ends up falling for Will, who unfortunately has a girlfriend Laura, who he has been with since he was 15! The story follows Daisy and her friend Holly, as they jet off to different countries with the formula one drivers, and I have to say I thought this would be a predictable chick lit, about half way through the book I thought I knew the ending, but I was so shocked, as it had a shocking twist which I did not see coming! This was the first chick lit book I had not predicted what was going to happen right! It made it so different to other chick lit books I have read. I wondered how the author knew so much about formula one, when I saw at the back of the book, her dad was actually a formula one driver! Also I noticed that Paige Toon has only written 3 novels so far, and I will definitely be buying the others. I read the prologue of one of her others, Johnny be good, and some other characters mentioned in Chasing Daisy look like they are the main characters of this book, so I hope by reading the others I'll get to read about Daisy again as I miss her! She was a really believable character, and the story was so romantic but also heartbreaking. I also loved the character of Luis, especially at the start Daisy and Luis really do not get on, I hated him at first for being so cocky but ended up loving him by the end! I think Daisy and Holly have amazing jobs, even though they just wait on the formula one drivers, they get to go to so many amazing countries and stay in posh hotels, and earned themselves the nickname 'bun tarts' from Luis. I would love to do their job! I highly recommend this book, it got me hooked right from the beginning, and the story was so different to other regular chick lits! I couldn't put it down, I read it in two days and even if you don't like formula one you can still enjoy the book, and follow the storyline.
Chasing Daisy is yet another of those books that I started reading thinking I wouldn't like it and ended up loving it. But but this one it was even more so because of the setting of the book which I shall explain. The author of this book is Paige Toon, who used to be Reviews Editor at Heat Magazine. She has three other books out which all tie-in with this one. I came across the author when I read her first book Lucy in the Sky two or three years ago. I loved it so much I even wrote to her and she sent me a little message back! Chasing Daisy is the third book she released. The front cover is exactly as above and the picture would give you the impression it may feature cars. It does. The setting is Grand Prix. It follows Daisy, a bun tart as they are known on the circuit, who works in hospitality travelling with the team and her friend Holly all over the world. Of course with any chick-lit she falls in love. She takes quite a fancy to the teams star driver Will and it appears he does too. She has a close relationship with the team, with their after track drinking setting the scene for some of Daisy's encounters with not only Will but the other driver Louis, with whom she has a love/hate relationship with. Other characters are her friend and work-mate Holly, the team and her Nonna in Italy who provides Holly with a break from the Grand Prix circuit. I won't say too much more about the plot, except that this book is unpredictable. Some parts you can guess what is happening but other parts will come as a shock. I was skeptical picking up this book. I have never been into Grand Prix and did not understand it. I now love it and that is all thanks to this book. Paige helped me understand it, from what the different sessions are to what 'pole position' means. Her knowledge from this comes from her childhood as her Dad was a racing driver. A nice little addition with Paige's books is that they all have little links with each other. Characters pop up which were in other books. Only briefly though so you do not need to read all her books to understand, although I strongly recommend you do! This book is priced at £3.98 on Amazon. Needless to say I love this book and will keep going back to it every so often for another read. Like another reviewer said, I want to be a bun tart! If there is anything you think I could add to this review let me know. Also posted on ciao under the same name.
Having finished Johnny Be Good a couple of weeks ago, I enjoyed it so much that I ordered Chasing Daisy off of Ebay and immediate promoted it to the top of my to read pile. I started it on Saturday, and I am now sitting here on Monday morning very tired having sat up half the night reading it! Daisy Rogers is a front of a house girl (known as a bun tart) for a Formula 1 racing team. Her role involves serving food and running errands for the Drivers and the management team, and she gets to travel around the world with the team seeing the sights with her best friend Holly. Daisy has a huge crush on one of the racing drivers, Will, and although he seems to be happily loved up with his childhood sweetheart Laura it doesn't stop her lusting after him as she serves his breakfast. As much as she loves will, she feels the opposite for his racing counterpart Luis. Daisy seems to have an inbuilt reflex to make a complete fool of herself whenever she is around him, and he teases her relentlessly for it! With love and hate being so close together, which man is right for her? Will Daisy be able to keep her resolution not to get her heart broken again..... From the front cover the book looks very similar to Paige Toon's other books, with the bright pastel colours and glittery swirly writing. Although this is the third Paige Toon book I had read it still managed to lure me in with its beach read looks, and I had predicted the ending by about 30 pages in - and yet again it threw me with twists and turns and ended with me being totally wrong! The book is written in the first person from Daisy's perspective, and Paige Toon has a real knack for making a book feel autobiographical - almost like you a voyeur of Daisy's life. She seems to be aware of this, for instance when she goes to see her Granma who speaks prominently in Italilan she tells us that she will translate for us. This all serves to make you love Daisy, and you feel like you feel every emotion she goes through, no matter how uncomfortable. This book really got to me emotionally in a way that no book has done to me for ages - there were definitely times when I wanted to put the book in the freezer, (You may need to be a Friends fan to get that, but it's a code commonly used amongst my book gang, though thankfully not needed that often!!), but if you read this you will understand what I mean - unless of course you are a machine!!! I actually preferred Luis' character to Will's, although that could just be the type of bloke I go for! I much prefer a man with a bit of cheekiness and mystery to then, whereas Will just seemed too clean cut for my liking. In my mind I had Will as a bit of a David Beckham, and Luis as a tougher looking Enrique but that is probably just me! I also liked the character of Holly, who played an excellent supporting role, as well as getting quite a good story of her own. If like me you like formula one racing then this book will really appeal - Paige Toon's description of the races and the surrounding areas really brings the industry to life, so it didn't surprise me when I read her father was a racing driver!! However, if you are not a fan it shouldn't affect your liking of this book! I also like the way she weaves characters from her other books into this one. Although this is a stantdalone story, if this book appeals to you then I would recommend you read Johnny Be Good first as some of the twists are explained in Chasing Daisy - this book actually sorted out my one bug bear from Johnny Be Good. I know I have said this in a few book reviews, but Chasing Daisy is the best book I have read so far this year!! It took me on such an emotional rollercoaster, that I was genuinely sad to finish it. Luckily I got her new book Pictures of Lily yesterday for my birthday, and I can't wait to get started!!! I got my copy of Chasing Daisy for a bargain £2.69 delivered from Ebay, but if you wanted a new copy then Amazon have it for £3.99 delivered. Paperback 429 pages from Pocket Books.
This was the first of Paige Toon's books that I read but it certainly won't be the last. This book was so so so good. I couldn't put it down for a single second and every time I had something to do all I'd be thinking about was when I could start reading again. Chasing Daisy is a story about Daisy, a girl who works travelling all around the world as a Formula 1 hospitality girl. When she falls in love with Will, one of the racing drivers who already has a girlfriend, Daisy comes to realise that while she's putting her heart in danger, Will is putting his life in even more danger every single day. Then to make matters worse, there's her best friend Holly who is intent on keeping secrets of her own and Louis, the other driver on the team who seems to want to make Daisy's life as horrible as possible. I became so engrossed in this book and I ended up feeling so close to all of the characters. Although it has humour, love and romance, this isn't your typical chick-lit book as something horrific and shocking happens half way through the book and this is probably the reason that the book has stuck with me so much - but you'll have to read it yourself to find out what it is! This really is an excellent book that keeps you hooked and desperate to find out what will happen on the next page. I went straight out and bought Paige Toon's other books and will be first in line for any new books she brings out.
I couldn't wait for this book to be published after LOVING Lucy in the Sky and Jonny Be Good. I certainly wasn't dissapointed. I laughed aloud reading the book and also shed a few tears. Paige Toon really writes page turners that you just can't put down with characters you really find yourself rooting for. They can be a little predictable, as with most chick flicks, but this book had some elements that I certainly didnt see coming making it even the more engrossing. I love the way Toon's books are also slightly linked with characters from her previous books popping up in the new ones so you get to know a little of what happened to the characters you know and love (so if you are considering getting this book I would also recommend getting the other two and reading in order). I certainly cant wait for Paige's next book (hopefully with a little insight into what Daisy is getting up to....).
I've never read any of the author's previous books so this was my first introduction to her. I gather from other reviews that the lead character also appears in at least one of her previous stories, but I didn't feel that I had missed out in any way by not having read it as this is essentially a different story. ***The Plot*** After an acrimonious break-up, Daisy is now travelling the world as a caterer for a Formula 1 team. Along with the hospitality side of things, Daisy is also in charge of looking after the team's drivers, Will and Luis. She quickly falls for Will, who has a long-term girlfriend, but is she heading for heartbreak? ***The Characters*** Daisy - The lead character is a feisty character, and this much is evident from her first meeting with Luis in the first few pages of the book. She seems a strong and resilient girl for the most part, due in part to the aforementioned break-up. She falls for Will in a big way and I felt some sympathy for the fact that he seemed to toy with her emotions while making what seemed like a vast amount of excuses for not breaking up with his girlfriend. Throughout the book, I felt that her and Will were too different to work as a couple and that her fiery personality would be better suited to Luis. Will - He is Daisy's love interest and features predominantly in the book despite only really being in half of it. I didn't particularly warm to him as a character and felt that he was messing Daisy about but I couldn't work out whether that was intentional or whether he didn't realise he was doing it. There were points at which he seemed genuine towards her though so I gave him the benefit of the doubt on that front. All the same, I preferred Luis as a character as he seemed more upfront. Luis - As I've already hinted, he had a similar kind of character to Daisy. He fits the stereotypical Formula 1 driver in that he seems to sleep with a lot of women but that didn't make me dislike him as a character. Holly - Like her friend Daisy, Holly is also keeping secrets. She is a good friend to Holly in the aftermath of her romance with Will and seemed a likeable enough character. Daisy's family - With the exception of Nonna (Daisy's grandmother), I couldn't warm to Daisy's family. Her father is overbearing and quite controlling, while her mother is much less so and seems weak in comparison. They have tons of money but it rankled me how Nonna was effectively left to her own devices when it wouldn't have taken much to fix her house up. ***Writing Style*** The book is written in the first person from Daisy's point of view. This draws the reader into her story and situation and makes it easy to emphasise with her. The book is written in a relatively chatty style so it often feels as though Daisy is relaying events to the reader (but in real-time at points). ***Overall Verdict*** I've been a Formula 1 fan for over ten years and have to admit that the F1 background was a big factor in me choosing this book. With that in mind, I was quite disappointed that the racing action was limited to one or two recap-style paragraphs telling the reader where Will and Luis did or didn't finish in the qualifying and races. The races themselves were largely relegated to the background, which is fair enough I suppose given that the story is about Daisy. However, with Will and Luis being such prominent characters and Daisy herself working in an F1 environment, I would have liked to have read more about what the F1 life is like (fictionally, of course). That aside, I really enjoyed the book and found myself involved in Daisy's story and feeling very sorry for her from around halfway onwards. She was an engaging and often entertaining character that drew me in. I haven't read any of Paige Toon's previous work but I'm much more inclined to after reading this one.
Leaving a difficult past in America behind, Daisy Rogers ends up working in catering and hospitality as a front-of-house girl for a Formula 1 Grand Prix team. She and her best friend, Holly, have the time of their lives flying all over the world to the likes of Melbourne, Monte Carlo, São Paulo and Singapore, working for famous high-flying racing drivers by day and partying by night. But when she falls for one of the drivers, Will Trust, Daisy's life becomes a lot more complicated, especially as she thought she'd given up on men. Not only does Will have a girlfriend but a stunning and very charitable one at that. Then there's Luis Castro, the other driver on Will's team, who is obnoxious, irritating and incredibly sexy, and his and Daisy's firey tempers clash straight away. Daisy's life soon seems to turn into a whirlwind amid a rush of speed, money, danger, success, and lots of risks. ~ My opinion ~ The very first sentence of this book immediately starts off being firey and funny which meant that I was instantly hooked. Daisy is a lovely character, sweet, warm, friendly and instantly likeable. She has a mysterious past which has made her an even stronger person as she has managed to pick herself up from difficult events in her life and still remains a happy and care-free girl. There are two men, both racing drivers on the same team, who she forms bonds with - Will and Luis. Will is a loving and caring guy, fair skin with light blonde hair, who Daisy falls for as soon as she sets eyes on him. But the presence of his girlfriend, who is annoyingly his childhood sweetheart, prevents her from making a move. Luis on the other hand, is the complete opposite to Will. He is Brazilian with dark skin and even darker hair. He is charming and funny but his womanising ways ensures Daisy stays clear. The relationships she has with her two friends are so different - with Will Daisy is polite, friendly and loving, yet with Luis she is firey, bad-tempered and sexy. Throughout the book it is obvious that Luis has feelings for Daisy whereas Will's feelings aren't so transparent. Both men are wonderful characters and I was never sure which one I wanted Daisy to end up with. But about half way through the book, something happens which will make up Daisy's mind for her. This was a totally shocking and unexpected event which I really didn't see coming, especially in a light-hearted funny book like this, which just made it even more shocking. Although it was quite upsetting, this made the book much more realistic and powerful. Holly is a wonderful best friend, even though the girly pair still even have a few of their own secrets from each other. Their lives are amazing travelling all over the world having the time of their lives and I couldn't help feeling very jealous and wishing for a job like theirs. Paige Toon is a brilliant writer as she kept me completely gripped the entire way through. I couldn't put it down I loved it so much but at the same time I didn't want it to finish. She manages to convey the exact feelings that Daisy has including fear, sadness, embarrassment and happiness. One paragraph I'd be crying and the next I'd be laughing out loud. I actually laughed so hard at one point that I nearly ended up choking! She has a fantastic witty style of writing where it is written in a very light-hearted and funny way which had me smiling and laughing throughout. This is a fabulous book, I enjoyed it so much, and any fan of chick-lit books have to read this.
I had enjoyed Paige Toon's previous books (Lucy In The Sky and Johnny Be Good) , so I was excited to learn , that one of my favourite authors was bringing out another book. This time a book called ; Chasing Daisy. First of all , I will tell you a little bit about the author. Paige Toon is an English author born in 1975. She grew up in three different countries ; United Kingdom , Australia and America due to her father's work ; he was a racing car driver. She was reviews editor for six years at Heat Magazine , although she has now left to concentrate on writing books. She currently lives in London with her husband. Chasing Daisy is the third book from Paige Toon. This book was released in the United Kingdom in July 2009. This book was published by Simon and Schuster LTD. This book is four hundred and sixty four pages long. You can buy this book from play.com for a price of £4.99. Daisy has just been dumped. She also has a secret ; one which she cannot tell anyone , not even her family and closest friends. She doesn't bother much with her family these days , and so decideds to get as far away from home as possible and joins the catering team on the Formula 1 Grand Prix curcuit. She soon falls for someone , but is it a good idea , when the man involved is prepared to risk his life for all the wrong reasons ? Read Chasing Daisy to find out. As soon as this book came out , I immediately went out to buy it. I had enjoyed Paige Toon's two other books , and so was convinced I was going to love this one just as much. This book certainly didn't disappoint. I thought the story line was fantastic and so different compared to other chick lit books I read. I suppose , having a racing car driver for a dad , means that Toon knows a lot about the industry and so that's why I think the book was so good , because she used some of her own experience to add to it. Paige Toon certainly knows how to write a good book. With all three of her books I have read , I couldn't put them down. As soon as I start reading them , I have to finish them as soon as possible , because they are so gripping and exciting. She is so good at knowing how to keep her readers interested.I also love her style of writing ; it certainly keeps you interested and excited , as well as giving the reader a few laughs along the way. I started reading this book in the evening , and then went to bed and thought 'right a couple of chapters and then sleep' , but once I'd read one chapter , I kept continuing to read on , and finished the book the exact same day I started reading it! That's how good it is! I liked how the characters are so real to life that you can relate to them. By the end of the book , I felt like they were people I knew in real life. I really liked the character Daisy in this book ; she appeared genuine and down to earth. I felt sorry for her as she had just been dumped , but I admired her 'get up and go attitude'. A few sad things happen in the book , as because Daisy is such a likeable character , whislt reading , I couldn't help but hope things got better for her! One thing I liked , was the fact that some of the characters from the other books 'turned up' in this book. I had enjoyed reading about them in the other books , so it was nice to see what they were 'up to' once the books had finished. Because of this , I think it's a good idea to read 'Lucy In The Sky' and 'Johnny Be Good' first , before reading 'Chasing Daisy' in order to get a better understanding of the characters.If you havn't read the previous books then you'll still understand this book fairly easily , although I think it's more enjoyable if you've already had an introduction to the characters , from reading the other books. I found it to be a nice suprise to learn that some of the characters from the author's previous books featured in this novel ; as it was kind of like a 'suprise treat' for the fans. I thought it was quite clever how they fitted in so well , with such a different storyline. When I first started reading in , I was a bit like 'oh god' , because at first it seemed to be all about car racing , which is something I'm not interested in at all (I didn't know what the book was about when I bought it - I just wanted it because I liked the author) , however I was glad when I carried on reading to discover that it wasn't all about car racing and in fact it had an exceptional story line ; one which I thoroughly enjoyed. Don't worry if your not into car racing as there is so much more to the story to this , and also don't worry if you don't think you'll get the 'car racing bits' , as it's all explained quite clearly. I am into car racing nor know anything about it's rules , yet I still understood quite a bit about the sport from what I read as it was explained so simply. Chasing Daisy is a perfect summer read ; great for chilling by the pool or on the beach. Although it has a great storyline and is written effectively , it does make 'easy reading'. I'm not saying it's 'simple' , it's not , I just think that it's quite a nice book to relax to , so it would be a great book to take on holiday with you! Chick lit lovers will absolutely love it! I can assure you , once you've read this book , you'll just HAVE to read the rest! I did find some of the 'mini storylines' a bit predictable ; but I enjoyed the book as a whole so much that it wasn't enough to put me off reading it.Although having said that , I was shocked to discover when I thought I knew what was going to happen in some places , actually turned out to be in fact the opposite. I was quite suprised , when the 'secret' come out! I won't say anymore , in fear I'll give too much away! All I will say is that I couldn't wait for the secret to come out ; and when it did , I was shocked! I liked the fact that the main character travels a lot , as it means we as readers get to travel with her , to places all over the world. When I was reading the book , I felt as though I was travelling with Daisy. Because the story is told in first person from , I felt like I was Daisy's friend. I would definately reccommend this book! If you've read Paige Toon's other books then you'll love it! It's a definite must have for all chick lit lovers! It has happy times , bad times as well as a bunch of laughs all mixed in , and it's bound to cheer you up! It cheered me up! :) A definite read! Thanks For Reading! September 13th 2009 xd-o-n-z-x (also posted on ciao under xdonzx)
i loved it i dont read many books but this i just could put it down iv read it twice and iv only had it 2weeks. and each time it just gets better. i love the fact its has a fairtale ending. all of the excitement that it bulids up. i think it should become a film its so emotional, and theres a moral to the story... if you dont take a chance you will never no what the futher holds. daisy and holly are unforgettable there a exciting pair when they are together there crazy nights out they seem to love the next more than the last. even best friends have secrets but its strange that the person you least expect you are able to open up too. just like daisy did with luis. I like Luis more than Will he made a bigger impact in the story. there was something between luis and daisy from the moment they met its becomes clear they feel the same for each other. but daisy still blinded by her past she doesnt want to get heartbroken. no one wants to be alone and you have to make the decision to chose your own fait. daisy does and shes happier than the ever thought she could be,
Has anyone ever read a book and could not put it down? ever got wrapped up in the world of the book that you forgot what is reality?ever felt elated yet deflated at the end of a book because you loved it so much but wished it hadnt ended? Well this author manages to do this everytime!! and in her new book Chasing Daisy she been able to do it again. I absolutely love this author. I can never manage to find someone that lives up to her. The books are modern romantic chic lits. Chasing Daisy is about a girl (Daisy) who works for a catering company as a front of house girl for a F1 team. Without giving too much away the two drivers for the team get involved with her in different ways. There are big shocks in the story. Which is what makes the book so good. A whole load of emotions run through you while you read this book. I cant believe I finished it within two nights after I came home from work. If you like romantic chic lits then this is the book you should read. Once you've read one you will definately read the other two books she has wrote. Absolutely great!