Lisa Kleypas Message Board
chica posts on 8/23/2007 7:37:43 PM
boo, yea their story was in AGAIN THE MAGIC. Which was aline's story.
barbara cohen posts on 7/3/2007 10:49:50 PM
my favorite of all lisa's books was DREAMING OF YOU. the derek craven character was different and exciting and sexy. Sara fielding was an accomplished writer. Another interesting theme could be sara writes an amazing novel and becomes so famous that derek is overcome with jealousy over her success. I know that lisa wanted to retire derek but he is just too delicious to let go.
weeee posts on 3/24/2007 7:27:21 AM
hey do u all know when mine til midnight will arrive? im so waiting for it...
boo posts on 2/15/2007 3:34:52 PM
In Secret's of a Summer Night Olivia Westcliff is mentioned with her American fiance. Is this story line in another of Lisa's books or is soon to be told?
Sissy posts on 1/22/2007 10:57:47 PM
I've read the 4 Wallflower books,Stranger in My Arms, Suddenly You and a few more (they're in my bedroom.) The ones on my computer desk are ready to be listed in my reading journal for 2007. I am reading a Karen Ranney (new to me) right now and find it so similar to Stranger in my arms. Different setting of course and different circumstances but both have husbands who married them, then left them without a word...Mistaken Identity theme...
anita posts on 1/22/2007 3:21:49 PM
what books have you read? i really enjoy her books.
Sissy posts on 1/20/2007 9:26:23 PM
Just as I have recently discovered Lisa Kleypas and am devouring her books, this message board seems to have dropped dead.
Wake up! Let's get this board open again!
posts on 5/7/2006 3:53:02 PM
a lonely woman, be-friends a man in a wheelchair, and they become close and fall in love. They want to become closer and have sex also.
posts on 5/7/2006 11:06:35 AM
I've 3 or 4 of her books. I ordered them by accident, and found her books to be pager turners. I've been a Bertrice Small fan for a couple of years, and didn't like any other authors until Lisa's came along. Her characters are so vivid, and the story line has enough twist and turns to keep a reader very interested. I even read her on part of my vacationi.
posts on 5/1/2006 10:02:28 PM
I have recently started reading the wallflower series by Lisa Kleypas and accidently caught the third before the first. Needless to sya I thoroughly enjoyed the book and set out on a quest to strat this time from the very beginning, but every time I think I've caught her first I learn later that that one spoiled yet another and I am getting thoroughly mixed as they all seem to be netertwined one into the other... There seemes to be a number of series whihc depend on one another more and I can never find out whihc is first, can anyone please help me? I'm getting lost in all those great looking hits.
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