Scandal in Spring (The Wallflowers, Book 4)

Quirky and fun-loving American heiress Daisy Bowman is the last unmarried Wallflower. Her exasperated father has informed her that if she can’t find a husband by the end of her third London season, she will be forced to marry a man she hates—the ruthless entrepreneur Matthew Swift.

Daisy is horrified. A Bowman never admits defeat, so she decides to do whatever it takes to marry someone . . . anyone . . . other than Matthew. What she doesn’t count on, however, is Matthew’s unexpected charm, or the blazing sensuality that soon flares beyond both their control. And Daisy discovers that the man she has always hated just might turn out to be the man of her dreams.

But when a scandalous secret is uncovered, it could destroy both Matthew and a love more passionate and irresistible than Daisy’s wildest fantasies.

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3 Comments

  1. So Wonderful, and Yet, So Sad to See it End As I finished the wonderful conclusion in Kleypas’s wallflowers series, I found myself wondering, where will she go from here? I can honestly say that she has penned one of the dearest series of books ever to come across these well-read romantic eyes. The detail of Daisy’s story was a masterfully done wrap-up to a heartwarming group of reads. 

  2. What ever happened to Cam Rohan??? I would have enjoyed this book a lot more if it had not been for the foreshadowing in “Devil in Winter.” That book hinted at a relationship between Daisy and Cam Rohan – a much more colorful hero with a gyspy background. I was expecting an exciting tale with a dark hero – instead it ended up as another (relatively) boring houseparty. That being said, Kleypas’ writing is excellent and her heroes are well written, so it wasn’t a complete waste. Still, I would prefer Kleypas to revisit the society…

  3. A worthy wallflower conclusion. Scandal in Spring, the final installment of Kleypas’s wallflower series, (Secrets of a Summer Night, It Happened One Autumn, and Devil in Winter) tells the story of Daisy Bowman’s search for love. The youngest of the four friends who once dubbed themselves the “wallflowers”, Daisy is a wealthy American heiress who desperately needs to find an English husband before her father marries her off to his protegee Mathew Swift. Daisy remembers Mr. Swift as a cold, ambitious “bag of bones” with the…

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