I always expect great things from Kleypas and this series does not disappoint. The characters are strong and entertaining and their interaction with e..Show More »ach other builds a good story. I don't agree with other reviewers who did not like Kev. Considering his background he is believable. For him to move from point A to point B would have been difficult and how he did so made sense.
So far Tempt Me At Twilight is my favorite Hathaway story. Although based on the reviews for book 4 that might change. I love the Hathaway family. ..Show More »They are witty and fun and always make me laugh. This is a fun/easy listen and Rosalyn Landor is excellent! I would suggest starting with book 1 first, but this would make a great stand alone story as well.
I love the Hathaways and I’ve been cheering for Leo ever since book one. His journey throughout the entire series has been wonderful to read. Now th..Show More »at he finally has his act together he can go after the girl of his dreams (or at least the one who frustrates and excites him the most). Catherine Marks is his perfect match in every way and now he must convince her of the same. I love their interactions and how they grow to emotionally want and need each other. This is definitely a different side of Leo.
The Hathaway family is an unconventional family for the time, 1850s England, filled with love and amusement toward and with each other. This book is t..Show More »he fifth/last in the family series, featuring the youngest sister Beatrix. Beatrix loves animals and rescuing animals, so she has added a menagerie of pets to the Ramsey House which ramble about in the story adding many laughs. Beatrix falls in love with Captain Phelan, through a deceptive correspondance while he is in the Crimean War. Great history on this war and the affects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. LK writes dialogue between characters with much humor. She also makes the possessive love relationships endearing for all characters. Like all the Hathaways the love relationship is electric. Yet, it is more than a love story, Love in the Afternoon, also takes the reader inside the grief cycle, family dynamics, abandonment issues, and commitment. There are many bumps in the road you appreciate but everything gets stitched together nicely by the last chapter. It is a sweet and fun read. The narrator does a great job too!