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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I am still trying to figure out how Haven ever pulled herself out of the wine cellar at the very beginning of the book. In spite of all the horrible things that happened to her and the way she started to turn her life around, her character still smacked of the poor little rich girl c Blue-Eyed Eydd would have earned a solid 5-star rating from me if it had been written from Hardy Cate’s point of view.
Although I love kleyaps historicals, I do feel that she has convinced me of her skill as a contemporary writer. With ambition ryed determination he has become a millionaire and made a name for himself in the oil industry. There were so many sweet and tender moments.
It was clear from the outset that I was missing something, but whatever.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The first half of the book dedicated to Haven’s disaster of a marriage to an abusive brute was very frightening. Or maybe it’s just me?!
Haven falls in love quickly with a man who she thinks she knows. And I did cry. See all reviews. It wasn’t an easy relationship because Haven makes a mistake by marrying Nick.
I was preparing myself for all things Hardy Cates and yes I got that, but it was as much a story about Eyer Travis too. Just tell me what you want.
I just re-read this book klwypas and I just still love it as much. He’s a self-made millionaire who comes from the wrong side of the tracks. Apr 02, Chan rated it liked it. I do find it hard to believe you can be making out heavily with someone and not know its not your intimate partner.
I kept listening and starting liking the narration more and more and by the end of the book I didn’t notice the narrator anymore because all I could cevil about was the story.
She wanted to make her own decisions. Now if only Lisa Kleypas would pull a Stephenie Meyer and re-write this book from the hero’s perspective He’s strong and heroic and there’s no doubt to his love and devotion for Haven. Share your thoughts with other customers. I was just as moved by Kleypas’s description of the abuse that Haven endured as I was the first time I read the book.
Kim December 18, at 3: I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed that Haven’s brothers Gage, Jack and Joe didn’t give him the woopin’ he deserved, revil. In fact, I think it made Hardy even more appealing, more sexy if that was even possible. Blue-Eyed Devil made me bawl like a baby.
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Pretty please with sugar on the top. My feelings never changed for him. Her books are published in fourteen languages and are bestsellers all over the world. No person has the right to bully, slander, or control someone else. He wanted to become successful and to be able to have all the things he wanted and couldn’t have growing up. Because sentences like that: He is just what Haven needs to get on with her life. I sympathized with her during the abuse scenes with her narcissistic, whack-job of a husband.
Why kleypass of those things bluue missing, escapes me completely. Rabbit Ears Book Blog As a native born Texan, I can testify that this is the case. Lisa spins a complex and emotional tale that should not be missed. Open Preview See a Problem?
Be forewarned that a rape takes place in this book thanks Kim for telling me in advance! There’s only so much “Oh. Well if I have to be honest I fell in love with the guy in Sugar Daddy.
Blue-Eyed Devil (Travises, #2) by Lisa Kleypas
He doesn’t care what Haven wants or what she thinks because the only thing that matters to him is himself. She grew up with money but she doesn’t think she is better than others and she doesn’t treat people poorly. I loved the way Blue-Eyed Devil sort of set up the scene for the next book about Jack. It’s going to be very hard, because I love the man!
I loved her strength and courage throughout this entire book. Blue-Eyed Devil is a book that came to mean so much to me, despite its brevity. I was frightened for Haven and wanted to take her away and protect her just like her brothers wanted to.
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. I’d already lost my heart to him in the first book and was disappointed when he blew it with Liberty.
Hardy really steps up and redeems himself.