How can the right man be so infuriatingly wrong?
Daisy and Will have been not courting for a year.
At first, Daisy was happy with that. When Will began spending time with her and her young son it was only four months since the death of her husband, and having her childhood friend around eased her loneliness and pain.
But now, a year later, Will is still spending time with her, and they’re still not courting. And with his wild past, Will is convinced he shouldn’t be a husband or father.
So Daisy decides to take matters into her own hands.
If Will won’t court her, she’ll court him.