ARC Review: Brown-Eyed Girl by Lisa Kleypas

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ARC Review: Brown-Eyed Girl by Lisa Kleypas
Brown-Eyed Girl
Book Info

Released: August 11th 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Travises #4
Pages: 240

“As expected, I enjoyed the book, I don’t think Kleypas is capable of writing something I won’t like”
~ Under the Covers



We finally get the last single Travis sibling, Joe’s book! Although this isn’t something I have personally been pining for I still couldn’t wait to read it, it is Lisa Kleypas after all. Up and coming wedding planner Avery Crosslin doesn’t believe in love, especially love at first sight, at least not for her; however, Joe Travis seems to be challenging her belief.

As expected, I enjoyed the book, I don’t think Kleypas is capable of writing something I won’t like, her writing was fantastic and her characters were likable; what she has created is a light-hearted and sweet romance. But, this book lacked the intensity and impact the other books in the Travis series were packing. I will never forget Hardy and Haven; Jack and Ella and even Liberty and Gage, each story grabbed me and churned the emotions out of me. Brown-Eyed Girl lacked that same intensity of emotion and connection and instead of a captivating read it was just a nice one.

But, in a market saturated with mediocre releases, this definitely shines, Lisa Kleypas seemingly effortlessly producing a quality book perfect for relaxing with.spacer

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About Lisa Kleypas

LISA KLEYPAS is the RITA award-winning author of 21 novels. Her books are published in fourteen languages and are bestsellers all over the world. She lives in Washington State with her husband and two children.


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    1. Although I think her historicals are better, her writing is still so amazing in contemporary. Blue Eyed Devil and Dream Lake are some of my FAVORITE of her contemporaries, and by that I mean amazing. This is a great series, you should give it a shot! ~ Francesca

      1. Like Elizabeth, I’ve only read LK historical books. But I’ve been hearing about this LK contemporary series for some time that in the future, I plan to read it. My TBR list is long, so it will be a while before I get to it.

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