Blue-Eyed Devil (#31 on our Top Romances List) reading Sugar Daddy, Lisa Kleypas’s first foray into contemporary writing, I was eager. 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 Lisa Kleypas When Haven Travis defies her father’s wishes by marrying college boyfriend Nick Tanner, she is determined that.
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Blue-Eyed Devil 1 2 Aug eyd, Hardy really steps up and redeems himself. Maybe Liberty wasn’t his destiny but Haven surely is. 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. Eyd Travis is the only sister in the famous and f Wow! The intensity and emotions packed into this book hit a little close to home and left me in tears at one point.
Okay, so as you guessed, I wasn’t a fan of the romance between them because surprise!! I love his charming dyed, his teasing side, his sexy side, his compassionate side, and his roguish side.
I wouldn’t have minded seeing even more of their relationship but at least this book had a lot more romance than Sugar Daddy. Although this book is still a lot more chick lit-oriented than I normally would prefer, I found myself taking it in with an effervescent fervor that I found surprising. He’s gorgeous, rich, charming with klwypas vulnerability to make you fall in love with his character.
I could write a list and a ten-page essay on all the douchewaffles she’s faced in her life. Southern accent with a twist quoting Wikipedia. I was amazed by LK’s ability to use such descriptive language and witty dialogue in her writing.
Despite her family’s money, she refuses to set out on the path they’ve chosen for her. Haven calls and Hardy is taken the hospital; when he wakes up later, they are finally able to express their love to each other and Hardy proposes.
I liked that he was ambitious but I loved that he was able kleypsa apologize to Gage for how he ruined Gage’s biofuel deal in the previous book.
We are careful with those scarred places in each other. At least, not outside the bedroom. It wasn’t an easy relationship because Haven makes a mistake by marrying Nick. And another person besides Nick who drove me absolutely insane? Nick’s kleypass colors show once he is married. She starts working at a property management office for her brother, Jack. I know, I know, bad Sassy for being so judgemental and narrow-minded. Hardy was a wonderful hero, he was very patient and kind Loved it!
I did see her insecurities and her desire to be loved, feel worthy, and special. She knows it will take years of therapy before she is ready for the likes of him.
Blue-Eyed Devil (Travises, #2) by Lisa Kleypas
Later she follows a guy who she thinks is her boyfriend into a wine closet and makes out with him, and gets pretty darn close to closing the deal. Blackjack December 17, at 6: I absolutely loved Hardy and Haven together.
Brother Jack takes Haven under his wing, insisting she work for his company, live in his building, and accompany him for a drink one night after work.
Apr 14, MelissaB rated it it was amazing Shelves: Real men who can, and do say some incredibly sweet things, yet remain definitively, unmistakeably male.
Recommended to Miss Kim lleypas The second half of the book we saw Haven healing and leaning on her family for support. A “buddy read” starts Dec. I didn’t see any evidence of an actual relationship outside the bedroom save for one thing that he listened to her about. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Haven prefers to hide, not socialize, but she wills herself to endure the crush of patrons at the bar until she spots the devil-blue-eyed man she had tried to forget from an earlier encounter. When these two meet it was electrifying to say the least. View all 33 comments.
I truly believed that to be the case. She was about to drown in an elevator for Pete’s sake. He was a man that would fight and work for what he valued. Kleypas, Lisa – Blue-Eyed Devil: I still can’t definitively come to terms with the fact that the book is in first person as I wish that I could have seen some of the story from Hardy’s point of view perhaps his encounter wit As far as Lisa Kleypas’s contemporary romance series goes, Blue-Eyed Devil was much better than Sugar Daddy.
As for big strong guy me want you, honey. It’s not major you can probably assume the trajectory without confirming the destinationbut it is key to the plot. Danielle’s Reading a Blu Lit Book!