It has been a long wait for Lisa Kleypas fans who have been anxious As with any Kleypas book, Brown-Eyed Girl is well written, but it falls a. This is the fourth and final installment of the Travis series, following on from Sugar Daddy, Blue Eyed Devil and Smooth Talking Stranger. Although Lisa Kleypas gave me lots of other good books to read in the meantime, no Joe. The wait is over and Brown-Eyed Girl has arrived!.
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It made her come off thin-skinned and cowardly.
Lisa Kleypas’s Brown-Eyed Girl – a Travis family finale
My reasons for not giving five stars? Joe TravisAvery Crosslin.
I adored his direct approach in pursuing Avery, he shows charisma and personality and is very much the star of the book. ARC provided by St. So he had a quite a big challenge on his hands. I sympathize with her, of course I did, but what happened with kleypss happened three years ago.
Her men are manly and importantly, gentlemanly. He knows exactly what he wants and is not afraid to broown chances to achieve his goals. View all 22 comments. Oh, Jack Travis, my man. He was really the man that Avery needed him to be. Joe Travis may have wealth and social status but to him, home and family are what really matters in life.
Won’t even discuss it! This review can also be found at Carole’s Random Life. I never been so interested in the supporting characters hooking up. Can a house heal heartache? Avery is immediately attracted to the tall, dark and handsome Joe, but quickly rebuffs his advances.
Ten years ago, Rachael gave up the love of her life. But maybe tonight it can be So, IMO she should have move on – romantically along time ago.
Interview: Lisa Kleypas, author of ‘Brown-Eyed Girl’
bron The eyes were heavy-lidded, the lips full and slightly parted. Too Wilde to Wed. I want him to go down on me, damn it! Avery is a wedding planner who does not have the close family ties that Joe has but she does have a sister that means the world to her.
That’s a big fantasy. More like she won’t and doesn’t try to. I liked Joe and Avery together. A relationship where one person is dragged along ejed and screaming, which basically describes Joe and Avery’s, is just not that fun to read about.
In terms of heat, it’s all mostly suggestive, but the way it’s written you can not only see it, but feel it. I think I would like her in real life, and hanging out with her Sofia would be a lot of fun.
Interview: Lisa Kleypas, author of ‘Brown-Eyed Girl’ | Happy Ever After
Avery is not someone who is looking for a romance. How did the awesome secondary character from the first three books read like a secondary character in his own book? Klyepas along with the main story arc, another new couple is featured and I found their relationship to be quite engaging to the point I would have liked to hear more about them.
Jul 13, Amy Foxy Blogs fyed it really liked it Shelves: The secondary characters are fleshed-out, the setting, dialogue and plot wonderful. I swear, this woman can’t write a bad book!