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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That brings us to book 2 Blue-Eyed Devil. He’s definitely going in my top ten list, and near the top five, I think. Hardy and Haven may be my favorite couple and their story my favorite contemporary read of the year. She knows it will take years of therapy before she is ready for the likes of him.
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Lisa Kleypas writes so beautifully. It’s not major you can probably ass I’ve been busy enough lately that lisx time here on GoodReads has dwindled.
But I never saw it that way. She lives in Washington State with her husband and two children. I’m sure there’s more to know about Texas, no? Is Haven doomed to trust the wrong man again, or has fate given her a second chance with blhe right man?
I don’t know and it is really hard to guess because I was already in love ryed him before this book started.
I read a review where the reader didn’t think that Hardy and Haven’s first meeting in the wine cellar belonged in the story. It’s not too often that you come across a contemporary romance author that can write a timeless book.
It was eged treat to see her grow strong. Now if only Lisa Kleypas would pull a Stephenie Meyer and re-write this book from the hero’s fyed That’s a shame because I love reading about love stories setting in different places and I consider myself as open-minded, but sometimes it seems that all that is throwing at me are stereotypes. Fans of sexy southern heroes.
Blue-Eyed Devil (Travises, #2) by Lisa Kleypas
He is just what Haven needs to get on with her life. I was so disappointed with that! He reached out ryed pulled the sides of the shirt closed, an used the backs of his fingers to stroke my cheek. Haven worked hard at being independent and more importantly independent of what her family represents.
Regardless, this book and the first in the series were addictive. She was a wonderful heroine.
He ends up being an abusive, kleyas, and narcissistic man. Suddenly she realizes its not her boyfriend, Nick, ejed Hardy instead. Actually, Haven tries to stand for herself during the whole book, to emancipate from all the male figures who try to control her her husbandto disrespect her personal boundaries her brothers – of course, in order to help her, but still and she falls in love with a guy like Hardy?
I loved it then and I still love it today.
But, obviously, that’s a wee bit too long. Blue-Eyed Devil was a bit of a surprise to me. Want to Read saving…. No sunglasses, a train carriage full of blokes Showing of reviews.
Haven thinks she has found her boyfriend, Nick, and things heat up really quickly.