Smooth Talking Stranger

Smooth Talking Stranger

Book - 2009
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In the emotional follow-up to 'Blue-Eyed Devil' and 'Sugar Daddy', a macho Houston businessman is stunned to discover that he might be a father. Ella Varner claims that Jack Travis is the father of her sister's baby. The mother has abandoned the baby: who will look after him?
Publisher: Leicestershire, Eng. : F.A. Thorpe, 2009.
ISBN: 9781444801194
Characteristics: 385 p. ;,23 cm.


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Jul 12, 2018

definitely none of my favourite authors. This was a great story with a great ending. The characters really gel well together. A good read.

booklady1 Sep 02, 2014

I had to read it again!!!!!

IMolina3 Feb 25, 2014

wao this is the best book i have read from kleypas, she sound different too very good indeed to be true.. oh yeah and am goin to look for sugar daddy thats goin to be for sure!

booklady1 Jan 14, 2014

Lisa Kleypas can spin a tale for sure. this is a great series. Don't miss the first book in the series SUGAR DADDY and the second BLUE EYE DEVIL

Dec 11, 2012

This was my first novel by this author and I loved it. It's more than a romance and you really see the layers that Kleypas weaves into the story. Her characters are solid and very believable. The mother in this story cracked me up - what fun.

Jan 19, 2011

Its a great story ever. And it is my favorite out of the trilogy romance from Kleypas. I love Jack and Haven.

Apr 26, 2010

This book was a really great read. There was some funny parts, some maddening parts, and some tear jerking parts. It is very easy to fall in love with Ella and her sisters darling baby Luke. Would recommend this book.

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