Daisy’s Decision: A Christian Romance (Dixon Brothers Book 4)
By Hallee Bridgeman
Just one little date can’t hurt anything, right?
Ever since the sixth grade, Daisy Ruiz loved Ken Dixon from afar and spent her entire youth pining for him. Ken, the youngest of identical triplet brothers, never even noticed her crush.
Today, Daisy lives her life serving her loved ones and her family’s ministry, Gálatas Seis, where she acts as Executive Director. As the daughter of a youth pastor, she understands the importance of ministry and teaches a women’s Bible study. The sudden discovery that she’s pregnant—and her baby’s lying married father wants nothing more to do with her or the baby—threatens her ministry and her entire reputation.
Solemn, sober, solitary, and silent, Ken grew up in a mission-minded family and consistently seeks ways to serve society in the name of the Savior. He goes to Gálatas Seis with an offer to aid a family in need and recognizes his former youth pastor’s daughter leading the organization. While shocked at the chance meeting, the instant attraction he feels surprises him even more.
When Ken asks her out on a date, Daisy realizes her childhood dreams have literally come true after all this time. Even though she just found out she is pregnant, Daisy tells herself that just one little date won’t hurt anything.
But when they go out again and again, she soon finds herself in a full-blown relationship with hearts on the line. She can’t keep her secret much longer. Does she tell Ken about the baby? Can Ken love her baby, too? Or will he abandon her like the baby’s father did? Daisy has a decision to make.
my point of view:
Ah, first love / crush as a teenager, how well I can still remember those intense emotions! But when the object of your affection doesn’t even know you exist? Crushing indeed! I felt so badly for Daisy, having lived in her shoes at one time, and what a joy it was to see her and Ken meet again.
This story is very aptly named Daisy’s Decision, but others have decisions to make in it as well, especially Ken. I admit, even though I have read ever one of Hallee’s novels, I was beginning to panic a few times in this book, wondering where it would lead to. But as always, the ‘lose ties’ all came together by the end and, well, honestly I am a little sad to see this series come to a close.
The Dixon Brothers have been quite a challenge in their own ways and even though they are triplets, they each have their own endearing characteristics. I will miss them! Thanks for the awesome books, Hallee!