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Secrets of a Summer Night by Lisa Kleypas
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May 22, 12

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Is it wrong to say that after 19 books, I've finally become tired of Lisa Kleypas?
Do not get me wrong - Kleypas is one heck of a writer. This book wasn't at all bad, in fact - it was romantic, poignant, beautifully written. But after 19 books, I have come to realise of a common trend in every Kleypas novel. For one, the stories do not really have a smooth flow, but rather, they are made of many of the most romantic scenes and small stories that will never ever happen in our horrible mundane lives. And the climaxes of the novels are pretty much nothing more than a ripple. And of course, the male and female protagonist are really really hot, but that's the only thing of Lisa Kleypas novels which I have no problewm with.
After knowing what to expect from every Kleypas novel, nothing much surprises me anymore. I still loved this book, but unfortunately, this one was pretty forgettable for me. But I still would recommend this book to any romance lover. Of course, it should be noted that the boredom of Kleypas novels took a whopping 19 different reads for it to take root, which is pretty much a wonder in itself.

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