Lisa Kleypas Message Board
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.
posts on 4/22/2006 9:36:24 AM
I know I've read about the wallflowers in another book. It had to do with a gypsy woman falling for a Lord. Does anyone know which one I'm talking about?
Eugenia posts on 3/16/2006 2:02:27 PM
When is Scandal in Spring available to buy? This is the last of the Wallflowers and I wonder if Daisy will end up with Cam.
JRLP posts on 3/8/2006 9:40:10 AM
I have gone to her website and tried to email her. It says she is not reading emails at this time, post to a message board. Did that. I realize that is a vague reference. It is just the only part I can remember reading for sure. Thought someone might have read this particular book and remember it. Thought it was worth a shot.
anita posts on 3/6/2006 6:04:49 PM
did you read the excerpt about the book? what you listed is a little vague. they all marry at some point in her books. can you think of more. or go to her web site and email her she will email you back.
JRLP posts on 3/6/2006 9:27:32 AM
I read an excerpt from a Kleypas book in New Orleans in July. I did not get the book then, (wish I had). I have bought every book of hers I can find since then and still don't have that one.
Apparently, the couple in the book got married. The husband could not wait for everyone to leave the "wedding reception" before he took his wife upstairs to consummate the marriage. They were discussing the fact that he had to "talk her into" getting married. He asked, "Why did you decide to marry me?." Does anyone have any idea which book this is?
anita posts on 1/17/2006 12:34:11 AM
tonya, i have not read all lisa's books, but i have read all the reviews.
Then Came You is the only one that sounds close to what you described.
LKfan posts on 1/16/2006 6:46:19 PM
"dreaming of you," is definitely a keeper for me. but her "worth the price," is also worth your time to read. enjoy!
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