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Daisy Dexter Dobbs
Daisy Dexter Dobbs is a wife, mom and eternally optimistic realist who colors outside the lines. She enjoys creating love stories filled with warmth, passion, humor and happy endings. The award winning artist and writer believes in love, happily-ever-afters and the wondrous, magical escapism of... show more

Daisy Dexter Dobbs is a wife, mom and eternally optimistic realist who colors outside the lines. She enjoys creating love stories filled with warmth, passion, humor and happy endings. The award winning artist and writer believes in love, happily-ever-afters and the wondrous, magical escapism of reading and writing. A true romantic at heart, she ensures her romance and women's fiction books provide satisfying love stories complemented by engaging side characters and lasting friendships. You'll also find a few spicy sex scenes but if you're looking for sex books that happen to have some romance, Daisy's books aren't for you. Having learned firsthand that laughter is immensely joyous and healing, Daisy's favorite motto is "Laughter is the music of the soul." She's made it her mission in life to use her natural affinity for humor, combined with her talent as a writer and artist, to do all she can to infuse the world with more laughter. Nothing pleases her more than to hear her work has brought a much-needed smile to someone's day.Daisy is a Chicago native who now resides in the Pacific Northwest. She's a repeat diet offender and a tragic victim of anatomical gravity who has been happily married to her soul mate for longer than many of her readers have been alive. She, Mr. Daisy, and their grown daughter are all BFFs.
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A Moonlight Sonata
A Moonlight Sonata rated it 8 years ago
Should Have DNFed To be perfectly honest, I hated this book. I thought it was a waste of my time and money. I forced myself to finish it to justify spending the money for it; otherwise, it would have been tossed to the Did-Not-Finish pile. If it was a paperback, I would have tossed it away or trie...
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