February Book Recommendation

Brown-Eyed Girl by Lisa Kleypas

Written in 2008, I recently came across this author and her series. I started with the historical romances, but enjoyed her contemporary books as well.

Brown-Eyed Girl: A Novel (The Travis Family) by [Kleypas, Lisa]

The plot centers around Avery Crosslin, your not-so-typical romantic protagonist. She’s a wedding planner who might have her career mapped out, but little control over her personal life.  She’s a doubter, and love is not in her near future until she meets Joe Travis. She thinks he’s a wedding photographer, but he is so much more.

Joe wants Avery but even with their mutual attraction, Avery doesn’t need the distraction. Between planning some of the biggest weddings of the season and Joe’s persistence, Avery begins to understand that love might be worth it.


This is a fast, fun read. The characters come across as real and flawed and funny. There are insecurities at play and secrets to be revealed.  For an enjoyable romance, pick up Brown-Eyed Girl.

I also noticed on Amazon, Kleypas has a new book arriving February 27th. I’m looking forward to reading Hello Stranger: The Ravenels, Book 4.

It’s the End of the World as We Knew It and the Start of a New One

Thanks to everyone who followed me at apocalipstickthebook.wordpress.com.  I’ve pushed past the zombie apocalypse and a robotic dystopian universe into more romantic and realistic times. With two new romance novels arriving in 2018, I’m moving my blog to Lisaacerbo.com.  Please check it out and follow me for all the latest information on books and events.