Married by Morning - Lisa Kleypas Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749953047 / Genre: Romance / Author: RomanceLisa Kleypas / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2010-10-07 by Piatkus Books
Newest Review: ... and was eager to get reading. The book charts the relationship between Catherine Marks and Leo, which has been developing in ... more
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by - written on 26/03/11, updated on 26/03/11 (Somewhat useful, 11 readings)
Paperback: 352 pages I ordered this book from amazon recently, having read many of the other books from the hathaway series. I found it for a relatively cheap price and was eager to get reading. The book charts the relationship between Catherine Marks and Leo, which has been developing in the background of several of the previous novels. Although the plot was not absolutely exceptional this novel delivered what I expected: a great romance novel perfect for a general relaxing read. I did not necessarily enjoy it as much as some of the other Lisa Kleypas books I have read but this may have simply been because I did not find the characters as engaging. It ... Read the complete review
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