Married by Morning (Hathaways, #4): Review

Book: Married by Morning
Series: Hathaways, #4
Author: Lisa Kleypas
Reviewed by: Danielle
Rating: 5/5 stars

Lisa Kleypas is by far my favorite romance writer. She has a gift for storytelling, for sweeping her readers off their feet, and for making Regency England come alive so much so that you wish you could go back in time and experience it yourself. You want to fall in love while dancing a waltz with a man who’s wearing a cravat and pantaloons and brooding over the fact that he can’t rip off your corset then and there and “take” you. (Or maybe that last bit is just me.) With all the romance novels out there today, you would think the genre would have become stale and too predictable by now; not so with Ms. Kleypas. Her stories are fun, absorbing, and also character-driven. This last is the major reason why her books are so successful: her heroines are women you root for and admire, strong yet vulnerable, independent but passionate. But let’s be honest: it’s the heroes we truly care about, and Kleypas knows how to create the most swoon-worthy, sigh-inducing gentlemen. From the dashing Simon Hunt to the brooding cockney Derek Craven to the delectably charming Sebastian St. Vincent, Kleypas has a knack for making you fall in love all over again with each book. It’s a testament to her talent that she can create completely different but equally endearing heroes.

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