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Scenes of domestic abuse and the journey to recovery make Kleypas’s modern romance anything but fluff. A Wellesley grad and daughter of a. 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 Lisa Kleypas When Haven Travis defies her father’s wishes by marrying college boyfriend Nick Tanner, she is determined that.

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It’s leaking out of his pores. Now if only Lisa Kleypas would pull a Stephenie Meyer and re-write this book from the hero’s perspective Will be editing my review.

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.

Sorry to disappoint you, but most of men would be pretty hysterics too. Am I putting him on a pedestal? That same support from Gabe and Jack even Liberty was astounding. I loved all the side characters; Gage, Liberty, Jack, Joe Blue-eyedd X December 17, at Not because he was perfect, or because you were, but because your combined flaws were arranged in a way that allowed two separate beings to hinge together.

I hurt for her that this led her into such a terrible situation with kleypa husband. I love all the good, and the wee bit of bad, in Hardy. Haven first meets Hardy at her brother Gage’s wedding when she slips into the wine cellar.

I was heartbroken when he believed that he could be like his father, a serial rapist, and when he “broke up” with Haven, but the break was mended a bit when he realized that Haven was more important to him than anything else.


When this book came out inI drove to my local Borders and grabbed a copy just as soon as they opened for the day. Lea Hensley Ilsa Date: He does everything he can to get close to her and eventually succeeds, at first becoming friends and then lovers Real men who can, and do say some incredibly sweet things, yet remain definitively, unmistakeably male.

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I just can’t see myself EVER putting up with what she dealt with and it wasn’t just at the hands of her despicable husband. You might not like it, and that’s okay. A few days later, though, he sees the errors of his way and backs out of the deal, saying that Haven klejpas more important to him. Keep me logged in on this computer. I don’t mind giving readers a heads-up about it, but it’s only fair to indicate it’s coming for those who want to remain completely unspoiled going in.

Blue-Eyed Devil (Travises, #2) by Lisa Kleypas

And boy does he shine. What I mean by how this novel was quite unusual for a romance novel is that the story starts off with Haven cevil abused by her former husband Nick and this was the first romance novel that I had read that dealt with the subject matter of domestic abuse and it really made this story much more relatable to any reader who had also suffered through domestic abuse.


I was frightened for Haven and wanted to take her away and protect her just like her brothers wanted to. 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. And no one in this close-knit community is free of suspicion.

I absolutely loved Hardy and Haven together. Well, sentences like that piss me off.

In the Name of the Family by Sarah Dunant. Haven knows that Nick is her future and she is willing to do whatever it takes to be with him I loved the excrutiating sexual chemistry, the no-holds-barred attitude of Hardy and their eventual coming together. This book was almost too hard to read at first. Of course he has lusa moments a certain gift was adorable and I don’t hate him, far from it, but for me that seemed too similar to a New Adult book: Now, probably doesn’t seem that long ago, but you would be surprised how quickly a book can seem out of date.

Does she hold the key to what really happened? As nice was seeing Haven’s father from her viewpoint as opposed to Liberty’s. Review is also on: