Smooth Talking Stranger
A Novel (The Travis Family #3)
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The last Travis brother, Jack, is at center stage in this steamy, sexy novel from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas, Smooth Talking Stranger.
Jack Travis leads the uncomplicated life of a millionaire Texas playboy. He makes no commitments, he loves many women, he lives for pleasure. But no one has ever truly touched his heart or soul. Until one day, a woman appears on his doorstep with fury on her face and a baby in her arms. It seems Jack is the father and this woman is the baby's aunt. The real mother has abandoned the child to her more responsible sister. And now, Jack is being called upon to take responsibility for the first time in his life.
With delicious romantic tension, characters so real they walk onto the page and into your heart, Lisa Kleypas delivers the kind of novel that makes you laugh, love; cry and cheer.
Praise For Smooth Talking Stranger: A Novel (The Travis Family #3)…
“A romantic novel with considerable depth.” —Brazosport Facts
“Kleypas's clever pairing of a testosterone-rich hero and a wonderfully endearing heroine gives her latest romance its irresistibly sexy flavor …[a] richly rewarding story of love, commitment, and family.” —Booklist
“Masterfully crafted…extraordinarily real. Readers will be thinking about these superb characters long after closing the pages and rushing out to grab everything Kleypas has ever written.” —Romantic Times BOOKreviews
“Intelligent and gripping…Smooth Talking Stranger is sharp, sexy and will keep you captivated from beginning to end.” —ArmchairInterviews.com
“Filled with charm, wit, and an interesting and adult love story…Kleypas comes out on top again!” —ARomanceReview.com
“Simply irresistible.” —Likesbooks.com
St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9780312351670, 400pp.
Publication Date: March 2, 2010