Brown-Eyed Girl (Travises, #4)
Publish date: September 4th 2014
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Travis Family (#4)
This book would have been better with the male POV. What an utter let down this was. The heroine wasn't that great. While it was nice to see the Travises again, we could have waited until there was an actual story to tell.
I don't think I've ever rated a Kleypas book lower than a 4...well, there's a first time for everything.This is swimming in the 3-3.5 range. All of the stars are for Joe who I love but I don't think this book did him justice. I waited all these years and nearly quelted myself when I found out finall...
Genre: Contemporary Romance Year Published: 2015 Number of Pages: 291 pages Date Read: 11/19/2015 Series: Travises #4 Publisher: St. Martin's Press FINALLY! The fourth book in Lisa Kleypas’ “Travises” series has finally arrived and I got the chance to read this book in its glory! “Brown –Eyed G...
I love the Travis family. They are Houston royalty, rich, sexy powerful and the sweetest people you'd ever meet. Shadows have followed them, their past has not been a bunch of yellow roses. I've enjoyed watching them all find the light that chases those dark bits back in the corner where they belon...
I wanted to love this book, but I really didn’t. This book lacked all the charm that I’ve come to expect from a Lisa Kleypas novel. By the end, I didn’t feel a rush of excitement when Joe and Avery came face to face. It was more of an ‘ah, guess this is ending’ feeling. The epilogue, while very cu...