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“Hardy Cates & Haven Travis! What a dynamic duo. Loved how their stories intertwined with each other and how they overcame their insecurities and emotional baggage to see that love was just around the corner.
“Romantic story of an abused woman who escapes her husband and finds love with a self made Texan oilman. Good romance”Beth H wrote this review Sunday, November 3, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Stayed up reading this one. Haven, Churchill Travis' only daughter meets Hardy in wine cellar mistaking him for fiancé. Marries abusive Nick, gets thrown out after severe beating, goes home to Gage and Liberty. Runs into Hardy at bar after working for Jack. Hardy is paying dad convicted rapist to stay away from mom. Takes abullet when Nick gets master key to Haven's apt from bitchy boss prop manager Vanessa. ”Andrea G. wrote this review Tuesday, October 15, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Nije mi bila ni do koljena Slatkoriječivom neznancu....”* Magy * wrote this review Monday, September 16, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Modern romance novelists usually provide the female and male point of view in their books. This makes the reader feel like they know both people and have an increasingly vested interest in seeing the couple get together. Lisa Kleypas wrote about Hardy Cates in two books - Sugar Daddy and this Blue-Eyed Devil. Even though Hardy is the blue-eyed devil in question, Kleypas wrote the story from Havin Travis's point of view. Therefore, even after reading about Hardy as a teen in Sugar Daddy, and as a man here, I still can't say what makes him tick or what attracted him to Havin after his long infatuation with Liberty Jones. I enjoyed this book but wish I'd gotten more intimate the devil himself.”buckycatt wrote this review Sunday, September 8, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Simply breath taking...”latricia borner wrote this review Monday, June 3, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“[Saturday, April 06, 2013] I started reading the book yesterday evening and I wanted to KILL Haven! I can't believe she let that asshole of a husband treat her this way for so long! He abused her body and soul! I was on fire with anger till chapter 6, and that's when I fell asleep, I hope the book turns into a more positive track. Her husband reminded me of someone I would rather forget, a true monster. All I wonder about is how she will retrieve her aunt's charms bracelet. I hope the series carries on to Carrington and Joe.
[Wednesday, April 17, 2013] I really liked the book, but I didn't like how Haven had dealt with so many things, I mean she is from a rich strong family, I would have sent someone to knock my ex around until he forgot my name, and as for her manager, she shouldn't have stayed silent, her brother owns the company... good story but I wanted Haven to act differently. Hardy Cates is so hot, I like him very much.”
“de tanto que me gusto el primer libro pense que con este estaria extasiada la verdad es que no, aunque no es mal libro no me mal entiendan simplemente al leer que se trataba del libro de Hardy pense que seria increible pero para mi que le falto mas desarrollo del personaje de Hardy, lobueno de este libro es que trata perfectamente el abuso en un matrimonio y la violencia que conlleva estar con una persona narcisista.”GEORGINA B wrote this review Wednesday, February 27, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Audio- great romantic audio with a fantastic narrator. We follow Hardy as he tries to find his place after his rough brake-out from his homelike. He has built a road paved with sharp edged glass. He did what he had to to get out of the hole he was in but now he wants something more. Unfortunately, what he wants might be the stupidest choice he ever made.
I enjoyed the romantic nature of this book and how the author redeemed a really rotten character. I did not think it possible. ”
“The plot was more intense than a typical Kleypas. Haven and her blue-eyed devil, Hardy, made a good couple. The difficulty of Haven's first marriage lent emotional depth and suspense. Listened to audio. The narrator grew on me. ”Susan F wrote this review Friday, December 14, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No