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review 2016-01-07 20:03
Book Review: Mine Till Midnight by Lisa Kleypas
Mine Till Midnight (The Hathaways, Book 1) by Kleypas, Lisa (2007) Mass Market Paperback - Lisa Kleypas

JUST POSTED ON MY BLOG :)

Lisa Kleypas is one of those authors that has been on my radar for years, as some of my favorite bloggers hail her name to the stars. But at the same time, I never seemed to quite get there. Until a bundle edition of all her Hathaways novels went on kindle sale.

Feeling in need of a good historical, I opened the bundle very shortly after buying it and embarked on Mine Till Midnight. I was almost immediately pleasantly surprised. For one, Amelia Hathaway is a strong minded young woman who is not in search of a man to complete her. Her voice is clear and clever and at times delightfully dry and snarky.

Then there's our hero, Cam Rohan. He's a Gypsy. Yes, you're read that right. This is the first time I've ever encountered this type of character in a historical, which was really fun. The cultural aspect of being a Rom was fascinating, and the promise of farther exploring the Roma roots in the next novels a cause for celebration.

But that's not what won me over, but rather Cam himself. Here is a man who knows what he wants, and will not accept any other outcome. A man who always seems to be hiding a smile. Who knows how to handle himself and will do everything for the one he loves. Even if it means dealing with the unruly lot that is the Hathaways.

Then there was the romance between these two...

 

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review 2015-07-25 20:28
Brown-Eyed Girl
Brown-Eyed Girl (Travises, #4) - Lisa Kleypas

 

Title: Brown-Eyed Girl [Travis Family #4]
Author: Lisa Kleypas
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Series: Travis Family #4
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Four
Review:

"Browned-Eyed-Girl" by Lisa Kleypas

What I liked about this novel.....

This was a one of this author's wonderful Travis romantic love stories featuring Avery and Joe.
'Brown-Eyed Girl' was well written story that will keep you turning the pages to see what this author will bring to the reader. I loved how this author brings these two together with the heroine being somewhat reluctant due to the fact that had happened to her with her ex fiancee. I love how this sexy alpha hero will go after what he wants which was winning Avery's heart. Be prepared for some steamy scenes that this author presented so very well. Now as this story is coming about get ready for another parts of this story that will add some real interest...where you will have to pickup this good read to see for yourself how it will come out. Add the secondary characters cast and you will find yourself even laughing at a lots of what will go on in this intriguing romantic story. It was also interesting seeing the development the relationship of Avery's half sister, Sofia who also will find love in this story. This is a series number four of the 'Travis Family,' however, this can be read as a standalone read.


I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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url 2013-10-26 17:00
Book Review: Sugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas
Sugar Daddy - Lisa Kleypas

This is my first Lisa Kleypas novel, and right now I’m having a hard time imagining a circumstance that would compel me to touch anything she’s written in the future. I am enraged, horrified, and really just saddened by Sugar DaddyRAPE IS WRONG and STALKING IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. Sugar Daddy favorably portrays a relationship where those things happen. In this book, Lisa Kleypas perpetuates harmful ideas about what is acceptable in a relationship, and it just so far from okay. I am beyond disgusted by this book...

 

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