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tonya posts on 1/16/2006 1:21:51 PM I'm looking for a Lisa Kleypas book with a plot like this: a young girl kisses a guy in the garden (her cousin was to marry him). They are forced to marry and he leaves her on their wedding night and stays gone for a long time. Can anyone tell me the title?????
ohdee posts on 12/24/2005 6:44:43 PM I've read about 5 of LK's books and love them. I'd appreciate some ideas of similar authors - soon I'll be finished with all of LK's books. I've read all of Stephanie Laurens and Linda Howard's books already. Thanks!
Begotrika posts on 12/19/2005 9:05:23 AM For "Andrea posts on 5/1/2005 8:57:14 AM": I think that "suddenly you" and "dreaming of you" are my favourite, but "Lady Sophia's lover" is also fantastic! I have read most of them and none has taken me more than 3 days to read



anita posts on 12/17/2005 4:05:48 PM For Andrea posts on 10/31/2005 8:37:42 PM If you go to her web page, she has a page called "Book-Hopping Characters". or go to the "Readers Ask" page and look.
Andrea posts on 10/31/2005 8:37:42 PM I dont know if Ms. Kleypas is reading this webpage, but does anybody know if there is a story of the gypsy Cam Kohan???
Lady Adelia posts on 10/13/2005 2:28:04 PM Her books are fantabulous. Very sensuous, erotic, exciting, well-written, fast-paced. Absolutely stunning. Can't wait to read the rest.
Jerelyn Hall posts on 5/5/2005 10:20:58 AM WOW!!! I Love her books. I have read them all and keep waiting and looking for some more. Hurry up, Lisa....!! LOL You sure know how to capture our attention and keep us reading. You are the best, and make the love scene so vivid and real.. Jerri
Andrea posts on 5/1/2005 8:57:14 AM Hi Joy! Well, i have to tell you Im glad im not the only one who enjoys LK novels. I love the heroes, the action and the romance so much. I just started reading her novels, i read 3 until now, and wanted to ask you which one is your favorite.
A. Joy posts on 5/1/2005 3:03:41 AM To my mind, Lisa Kleypas is the best writer of historical fiction around. Her stories are sexy and manage to really pull on the heartstrings. She has a 'typical' hero. He's of working class or lower status, but has fought his way to the top of his profession. Great stories you'll want to read more than once.
Andrea posts on 4/13/2005 10:34:25 AM Hey people! Doesn't anybody want to talk about LK novels? I think they are so earthy and real, that we have to chat about them!
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