Blue-Eyed Devil (#31 on our Top Romances List) reading Sugar Daddy, Lisa Kleypas’s first foray into contemporary writing, I was eager. : Blue-Eyed Devil: A Novel (The Travis Family) (): Lisa Kleypas: Books. Blue-Eyed Devil: A Novel [Lisa Kleypas, Renée Raudman] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Meet the Blue-Eyed Devil His name is Hardy .
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This series is so far great, Lisa Kleypa’s writing is impecable as always, drawing all kind of emotions from the reader and if you love contemporary romance then these books is a must-read. He wanted out of the town of Welcome and the trailer park. This was so much better, though, as it becomes devvil how very much he needs Haven kleypss as we know that she needs him.
Haven thinks she has found her boyfriend, Nick, and things heat up really quickly.
View all 4 comments. I was a bit worrie This won’t be much of a review because I’m dying to get back to Smooth Talking Stranger which I already started. It was clear from the outset that I was missing something, but whatever. I’m this ornery all on my own. Many people have read this book so I won’t go into the plot, but I absolutely fell in love with it and the characters. She was a caring person who went after what she wanted, despite her family’s disapproval.
I know what you think, because I thought it too. Haven was a beautifully layered character. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. View all 12 comments. I had a bit of a harder time with Haven. I give this book the highest recommendation. HEA with Jack’s story for the next book Sexy, Bossy, Dirty-talking, Bad Boy, with a heart of gold and a magic touch.
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When these two meet it was electrifying to say the least. View all 16 comments. Like Haven, I totally didn’t think he needed to feel shame about that. Sorry to disappoint you, but most of men lias be pretty hysterics too.
But, obviously, that’s a wee bit too long. And he treats women with respect and consideration.
Elisa I would – just because you first meet Hardy in Sugar Daddy, and it’s interesting to see how his character evolves. To ask other readers questions about Blue-Eyed Devilplease sign up. The second half of the book we saw Haven healing and leaning on her family for support. View all 23 comments.
I don’t care, it’s just fundamentally different devik, at least deevil my emotional landscape. Coming out of a bad marriage Hav 4 stars! I felt Haven grew throughout the book, and of course fell for Hardy big time.
Their version of love worked okay for her brothers, but it didn’t really satisfy the little girl who had never felt valued by her parents. Liberty is a hard act to follow, but I think Haven did a really great job of claiming her own place in my heart as a heroine. I felt like I was there, with my hands tied behind ddevil back and my screams of warning falling on deaf ears.
Rather than berate myself for taking so long to read this, I’m glad to have finally succumbed to the awesomeness that is Lisa Kleypas.
Kleypas had to make her vulnerable and show her fear without making her become a spineless klehpas.
But Hardy pulls that back up leaving this a shaky, but appreciated, four stars. Kleypas is a goddess, she knows how to write sexy times scenes and how to make you fall in love with her characters.
Lsia A Comment Cancel reply Comment. I need to go back and re-read to see if I still love the book just as much. The conversations and the confrontations that the characters have in this book are real to me. Recommended to Miss Kim by: Being the only girl in a family of men can be tough sometimes.
Regardless, this book and the first in the series were addictive.
Blue-Eyed Devil (Travises, #2) by Lisa Kleypas
Ljsa way in which she shows the interactions between people is very true to life. For what I call ‘go with the flow’ people who don’t need to be the center of attention, and who often sacrifice their own needs for others’, because they attract the emotional energy suckers like a vacuum.
No person has the right to diminish or harm another person in any way. To Kleypas’s credit, she treats it with the seriousness it deserves by both staying with Haven throughout, including a rape, and by giving it all the drama it deserves and not an kleyps more.
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