[Ebook] ➦ Blue-Eyed Devil ➬ Lisa Kleypas – Dolove.info

Blue-Eyed Devil MEET THE BLUE EYED DEVIL His Name Is Hardy Cates He S A Self Made Millionaire Who Comes From The Wrong Side Of The Tracks He S Made Enemies In The Rough And Tumble Ride To The Top Of Houston S Oil Industry He S Got Hot Blood In His Veins And Vengeance On His MindET THE HEIRESS She S Haven Travis Despite Her Family S Money, She Refuses To Set Out On The Path They Ve Chosen For Her But When Haven Marries A Man Her Family Disapproves Of, Her Life Is Set On A New And Dangerous Course Two Years Later, Haven Comes Home, Determined To Guard Her Heart And Hardy Cates, A Family Enemy, Is The Last Person She Needs Darkening Her Door Or Setting Her Soul On Fire THE SPARKS FLYFilled With Lisa Kleypas S Trademark Sensuality, Filled With Characters You Love To Hate And Men You Love To Love, Blue Eyed Devil Will Hold You Captive In Its Storytelling Power As The Destiny Of Two People Unfolds With Every Magical Word

10 thoughts on “Blue-Eyed Devil

  1. says:

    Okay How to write this review without the whole thing turning into a Hardy Cates droolfest It s going to be very hard, because I love the man One Upon a Time, There was a Guy Named Hardy Cates I met Hardy Cates in Sugar Daddy, and I have to say that I sure did fall hard for him Big time Hard as a yo

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    Haven, you know I m right Let s talk about this If you don t want to have sex, I don t want to talk about our feelings He scrubbed his hand through his hair, looking confused Well, that s for damn sure the first time a woman s ever said that to me I don t take rejection well, I muttered It s not rejectio

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    I ve been in a massive book hangover this week and I couldn t read anything new Fortunately, this book got me out of my slump Hardy Cates He s everything that a bad boy hero should be He s gorgeous, rich, charming with enough vulnerability to make you fall in love with his character He s strong and heroic and there s n

  4. says:

    This is only my second book by Lisa Kleypas but I am here to say that I am really enjoying her books and I ll be reading many I m finding her writing to be so genuine I don t always end up loving stories that are told in the first person s point of view but LK gives such a strong delivery and her stories are enticing and engagi

  5. says:

    5 stars Contemporary RomanceI wanted to read Blue Eyed Devil because Hardy Cates seemed like such a sexy and magnetic bad boy character I mainly read Sugar Daddy in order to have the necessary background on him to read this, so color me surprised that I wound up not liking this as much as Sugar Daddy Don t get me wrong, Hardy Cates is eve

  6. says:

    Posted at Under the CoversHer name is Haven But it s her last name that gets her noticed Being the only girl in a family of men can be tough sometimes With three overprotective brothers plus a meddling father, Haven has a difficult time finding a guy who can stand up to her family name, let alone her family Haven falls in love quickly with a man wh

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    I m on the fence with this one, and I don t know what to do with my rating I m leaving at 2, because while the first part did a very good job at portraying home life abuse, I wanted to slap the men often than not and the romance didn t work for me That s going to be long, and it might involve a lot of cursing Sorry about that. This book starts like

  8. says:

    Blue Eyed Devil would have earned a solid 5 star rating from me if it had been written from Hardy Cate s point of view Don t get me wrong I liked Haven Travis I sympathized with her during the abuse scenes with her narcissistic, whack job of a husband But Haven was not the sort of person I could see myself becoming friends with In spite of all the horrible things that

  9. says:

    4 stars I no longer believed in the idea of soul mates, or love at first sight But I was beginning to believe that a very few times in your life, if you were lucky, you might meet someone who was exactly right for you Not because he was perfect, or because you were, but because your combined flaws were arranged in a way that allowed two separate beings to hinge together

  10. says:

    This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life.5 Stars I have been in love with Hardy Cates since I first met him way back in 2007 when I first read Sugar Daddy The teenage girl that now occupies this old ladies body still swoons a little bit every time I even think about Hardy Cates as a teenager Where were the boys like Hardy back when I actually was a teenager Even when Hardy d

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