Search Results: "Lisa Kleypas"


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SUGAR DADDY by Lisa Kleypas
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 6, 2007

"Sinfully pleasurable melodrama."
Growing up as an outsider in Welcome, Texas, Liberty Jones struggles to find love and acceptance. Read full book review >

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DEVIL IN SPRING by Lisa Kleypas
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 21, 2017

"A funny and charming story that will delight readers from the first page to the last."
When two strangers are found alone in a summerhouse during a ball in Victorian London, they're forced into an engagement neither of them wants—at first. Read full book review >

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COLD-HEARTED RAKE by Lisa Kleypas
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 27, 2015

"A gratifying series starter from a not-to-be-missed romance author."
Inheriting an earldom riddled with debt, Devon Ravenel intends to sell everything off and sink back into his feckless life—until he sets foot on the land and feels the seductive pull of responsibility and meets the beautiful widow trying to hold everything together. Read full book review >

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CRYSTAL COVE by Lisa Kleypas
Released: Feb. 5, 2013

"A witty, moving and entertaining read."
A love story that draws on all the senses, including the proverbial sixth. Read full book review >

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MARRYING WINTERBORNE by Lisa Kleypas
ROMANCE
Released: May 31, 2016

"Kleypas is a masterful writer, and her latest offering will be welcomed by fans old and new."
A Welsh grocer's son has built a retail empire in London, but an infatuation with the daughter of an earl threatens his self-control. Read full book review >

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RAINSHADOW ROAD by Lisa Kleypas
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 28, 2012

"Strengthened by characters with depth and something interesting to say, this winning first installment in a trilogy is sure to thrill fans of modern romantic fiction."
A little romance and a little magic make for a surprising page turner as a glass artist falls for a vintner on an island in the Puget Sound. Read full book review >

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DREAM LAKE by Lisa Kleypas
Released: Aug. 7, 2012

"A little magic, a lot of romance and well-drawn characters make a satisfying read."
The amnesiac ghost of a World War II pilot could be just what Alex Nolan needs. Read full book review >

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BROWN-EYED GIRL by Lisa Kleypas
ROMANCE
Released: Aug. 11, 2015

"Fans have been waiting a long time for Joe Travis' story, and they will celebrate this book."
Wedding planner Avery Crosslin meets Joe Travis—of the Houston Travises—at a society event and convinces herself that he's good for business but a bad romantic bet; rebel Joe has other plans, however, and he usually gets what he wants. Read full book review >

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A CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBER by Lisa Kleypas
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 26, 2017

"An enchanting, exquisitely rendered collection of Christmas Regency shorts."
A quartet of Christmas novellas by some Regency romance favorites ushers in the season with wit and distinction. Read full book review >

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FOR VALENTINE’S WEEK, A HAPPY READING SIGH
by Bobbi Dumas

Hi friends!

I’ve been waiting to read Lisa Kleypas’ Devil in Spring since I heard it was coming. Combining her current Ravenel series with the Wallflowers is a stroke of brilliance—and since one of my all-time favorite romance couples is Sebastian and Evie – and this one matches their son Gabriel with the quirky entrepreneur Pandora Ravenel – I simply ...


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ANOTHER DAY THAT ENDS IN Y, ANOTHER ROMANCE SMACKDOWN
by Bobbi Dumas

Oh goody.

The New York Times Book Review finally has a Romance piece.

Well, I should say, another romance piece. I had one once. You can read it here. It was short and actually reviewed the books on their merits, as opposed to filtering them through my own idea of their merits that hinged on my condescending attitude toward the ...


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LISA CAREY
by Megan Labrise

The Stolen Child may be set on a fairy-filled Irish island, but it is “Magical realism of the best kind, utterly devoid of whimsy,” according to Kirkus’ starred review.

“My friends loved that quote, ‘utterly devoid of whimsy,’ ” says author Lisa Carey, who was recently abroad in Turkey, where we reached her by phone. “They said that ...


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