I finally read a Scandal in Spring. The last of the Wallflowers series it took me entire day and I didn’t make any notes because I didn’t want to stop reading it. Finally Daisy gets her turn, but much to her dismay it’s with the last man she would ever want. Matthew Swift. Which if you ask me he is sexy as hell and I would gladly take her place. I will say I was disappointed that Daisy didn’t end up with Cam which would have been a little more interesting for a story line but still I liked Matthew don’t get me wrong. However Daisy thinks Matthew is just like her father it really doesn’t help that he basically the man’s successor. Mr. Bowman is a complete and totally asshole. There I said it, he calls Daisy a parasite which I was like really?! REALLY?! I hated him. Mathew has loved Daisy for years, so much so he keeps a button with a lock of her hair on in on him at all times. Which I thought was sweet. I liked this book and thought it ended the series nicely but it didn’t pack the same punch as the other books, and for me drifted by the way side. Even with Mathew not being who says he is and that causing a bit of a shocking turn to the story. However that is not say it does not have it’s moments as you can see (declaimer I am lazy and took that screen shot off my Tumblr that is my own kindle by the way.) What Marcus said to Daisy made my heart happy and was just something I needed in that moment. Not only that but my boyfriend…..er Sebastian Lord St. Vincent makes an appearance. And the conversation between him and Marcus about husband hunting!
There is one more Wallflower book left in the series only this one involves the Daisy and Lillian’s Brother Rafe and I have that on my TBR list. The cover while pretty is lacking one Wallfower, Unless it’s meant to be the Bowman sisters with the new heroine? I’ll let you decided.
While I will admit I was disappointed with book, it did wrap up the series nicely seeing Lillian have her baby her which and SPOILER a veterinarian delivers the baby and the chaos was just wonderful . If you read the first three books then you need to read this one.