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  • Enjoyable

    4 Star review The Dating Plan by Sara Desai Sara Desai is a new author to me and how I have not come across this author before I have no idea. I was intrigued be the blurb when I read this second chance at love story and found it to be well written and an entertaining story. This is Daisy Patel and Liam Murphy’s story. These two have history as Liam broke her heart many years ago by standing her up at her prom. Daisy has never forgiven him and Liam has never forgotten Daisy, for him she is the one who got away. However, sometimes you have to do things you would rather not and Daisy is at this point, thanks to her matchmaking relatives who will not give up. When Liam learns the terms of his grandfather’s will and that he needs to be married, he is shocked. He is even more surprised when Daisy asks him to be her fake fiance. However realizing that they can help each other out, a marriage of convenience is planned. I enjoyed this story, it had romance, heat, was witty, with loud out loud moments and I loved the relationship that developed between Daisy and Liam. This was an entertaining read that I enjoyed. I received a copy of this book through the publisher via Netgalley.

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  • Great fake romance & brother's best friend tropes!

    Daisy Patel has had a crush on her brother's best friend, Liam Murphy, since she was a teenage girl. When Liam asked Daisy to her high school prom, she was over the moon, until he stood her up and then disappeared from their lives. Now, ten years later he suddenly shows up in her life at a convention along with her ex-boss, who is dating her ex-boyfriend; and her Salena Auntie who has a guy she brought along as possible husband material. So what does Liam do? He kisses Daisy and plays along that they are engaged! It also turns out that when Liam's grandfather passed away, part of his will states that Liam must get married by his 30th birthday, which is in a few months, in order to claim his inheritance. Thus starts The Dating Plan. Daisy and Liam come up with a list of fake dates they will go on to get everyone to believe that they are really dating. Then they'll get married for a year and divorce after that. Problem is is that the fake dating turns real pretty quickly. Just when it looks like everything is going according to plan, of course, everything falls apart. It will take a lot of soul searching for both of these two to find their happy ever after, but it will be worth it in the end. Overall I enjoyed this story. I could relate a lot to Daisy. Liam was a fun add to the mix to her very controlled life. I really loved Daisy's crazy family too and they made for a lot of laugh out loud moments.

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  • Hilarious

    I loved this book! The pacing was quick, the plot and characters believeable, and the families were awesome!

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  • A mediocre read

    The characters are unrealistic - Liam makes partner at a VC firm without any formal education, Daisy becomes the CEO of her company without any business experience. It's quite unheard of. And Indians are a bit more progressive in 2021 unlike described in the book.

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  • Daisy and Liam : - )

    4.7 stars This is the first book I have read by the author and it is an interesting mix of a contemporary, second chance romance while introducing the reader to another culture and its traditions. Daisy is a mid-twenties, successful software engineer who is being harassed by her family to find a man and get married. Things have gotten so bad that the level of finding someone has led to having her aunts doing double duty as matchmakers and showing up out of the blue with “acceptable” prospects. Liam is the childhood best friend of Daisy’s brother Sanjay and growing up, Daisy had the biggest crush on him. However, when a milestone in Daisy’s life happened, Liam was nowhere to be found leaving Daisy with feelings of resentment. Fast forward a few years, Daisy and Liam reconnect when they accidentally bump into each other at a conference. Times have changed and each one has his/her own crosses to bear. Will they make the decision to work together to solve both of their problems? Can Daisy get past her feelings towards Liam? Overall, this is one engaging, page turning storyline from beginning to end; not to mention a cute as a button dog. It will have you laughing in spots and there is some steam as well. If you enjoy reading enemies to lovers and fake relationship stories, then this is one to add to your reading list.

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