The next installment of Love with Altitude
Up To you by Daisy Prescott
I’m the last single woman among my friends. Don’t feel sorry for me. I’m fine with flying solo, especially with ski season right around the corner. You won’t hear me complaining. Until my mother decides I need a date for my cousin’s wedding … and chooses the worst man in the world for me.
Landon Roberts is the human equivalent of a parka with every ski pass he’s ever purchased hanging off of his zipper. Apparently my mother is the last person in Colorado to know about Landon’s reputation.
To make things worse, his super hot brother Aiden’s back in town. Still gorgeous and still not remotely interested in me.
I can survive this wedding disaster as long as I pretend my date is someone else.
As one of the stars of Aspen’s rugby club, I don’t need help meeting women. Tell that to my mother. She’s picked out my date for the biggest wedding of the year.
Mae London is the local girl who broke every heart in the valley before she left for California. Now she’s back and hotter than ever. Too bad she hates me.
Enlisting the help of my brother, I’m going to become the ideal man, and charm Mae right out of her bad opinion of me.
This wedding date will be perfect as long as I pretend to be someone else.
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Fly Girl’s Review:
I love the Colorado ski ones. I saw the blurb for this one and thought how fun would it be to read about a girl dating one brother, but falling for the other one. I haven’t read one with this trope and it was a romantic comedy. I’m pretty well booked for June, so I thought another quick read would fit my schedule. I will say this was a quick read, probably 4-5 hours and it was engaging and kept you wanting to see what was around the corner.
Daisy Prescott has been developing the area in her previous three novels in this series, however you don’t need to read them to have a good experience with this book. It was easy to understand the characters from the other books. She takes a confident woman with acceptance issues and gives her a challenge to take a guy from hook-up to date worthy in a few weeks. Try as she might the challenge is definitely for her and thank goodness his brother gets into the picture. When Mae finally gets together with the good brother the relationship gets real and I think Daisy handles the challenges in their relationship very well. She makes the responses less dramatic than other authors and both characters are aware their potential for great love that they forgive and forget quickly.
I feel this is a 5 of 5 propellers because Daisy created a different trope for me and the way she handled the drama was more subtle and less dramatic. I really like that. I feel like there is so much drama in life these days that it was nice to see something less drama filled. I’m saying that but that was only between the two main characters, there was a lot of drama with everyone else in the story. The parents, her cousin and the bad brother. I think the story was refreshingly written and if you are looking for an easy read and a respite from your day to day drama this fits the bill.
5 of 5 Propellers
Connect with Daisy Prescott
USA Today Bestselling Author Daisy Prescott writes romantic comedies about real love.
Love with Altitude, Daisy’s new series of standalone Rom Coms, is set in the mountains of Colorado. The Wingmen books star regular guys who often have beards, drive trucks, and love deeply once they fall. Modern Love Stories feature characters in their thirties and forties finding and rediscovering love in unexpected and humorous ways.
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, Mulder, and an imaginary house goat. When not writing about herself in the third person, Daisy can be found traveling, gardening, baking, or lost in a good book.