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Where Dreams Begin. Generated by ABC Amber LIT Converter, http://www. musicmarkup.info LISA KLEYPAS WHEREDREAMS BEGIN To the Avo. New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas delivers the unforgettable, sexy tale of a brash rogue who meets his equal in a woman who knows exactly what. Where Dreams Begin book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. We're strangers in the darkness, he whispered. We'll never b.
Biography[ edit ] Kleypas began writing her own romance novels during her summer breaks from studying political science at Wellesley College. Her parents agreed to support her for a few months after her graduation so that she could finish her latest manuscript. Approximately two months later, at age 21, Kleypas sold her first novel. At approximately the same time, the 5'2" Kleypas was named Miss Massachusetts. During her competition at the Miss America pageant, Kleypas sang a song she had written, earning her a "talented nonfinalist" award. Kleypas has been a full-time romance writer since selling that first book.
The host of the ball takes one look at him while he is staring at Holly and tells him bluntly that Lady Holly Taylor is not for him. Not only is she an absolute paragon of breeding and propriety; she truly loves her dead husband and lives for his memory.
And although Zachary is obscenely rich and successful, he is a commoner by birth and considered vulgar by most members of the ton. Ever since he was a young boy trying desperately to escape poverty, he has been able to set goals for himself and attain them.
When he first brings Holly to his home, he has vague plans to seduce her. That quickly changes as he sees what a fine, gentle person she is.
Although he comes to love her deeply, he knows that they come from different worlds; he is sure he will never be good enough for her. Holly is also completely surprised by her growing love for Zachary. She loved George deeply, and promised herself that she would live as he would have wanted. Zachary is almost nothing like George, and her attraction to him seems both immoral and disloyal.
The star-crossed lovers have many obstacles to overcome and the emotional ending had me in tears which is a true rarity for me. Zachary and Holly are wonderful, noble characters, and they both approach their problems with uncommon honor and courage.
Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published November 26th by Avon first published February 1st More Details Original Title. London, England , Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Did Lisa Kleypas give him his own hea? See 2 questions about Where Dreams Begin…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Okey, okey, puede que las 5 estrellas tengan un importante componente hormonal, pero es que esta novela es exquisita! View all 18 comments. May 23, Stacia the club rated it really liked it Shelves: Book gods: It's time that we allow you a moment of rest. Go forth and enjoy this familiar author as you relax in our favor for this brief moment.
I will try not to squander your gift.
I had to deduct half a point for an ending that should have been cut off about 30 pages sooner. I'm officially refreshed now. Kleypas never fails to entertain me. The formula still stands as successful as ever.
There are no w Book gods: There are no witty quips to share this time but I'm okay with that. Zachary was my kind of hero Springy chest hair has never sounded attractive to me.
He fights as in bare-knuckle boxing , he swears, and he knows how to please a woman. Society be damned, he's going to fit in without the help of noble gentlemen. If he can't download respect, he'll win it. And this time he's out to win the heart of Lady Holland.
The sound of his voice stunned her I loved that the book opener was about two strangers meeting during a chance encounter in the dark - our hero mistaking Holly's identity for another: No, don't pull away.
Show me how an evening can be magical. Kleypas doesn't change much in style from book to book, even though there are some stories which are better than others. This one falls somewhere in the middle for me - not the best, not the worst.
I go with this author mainly when I want the familiar comfort of not having to work too hard in order to find myself lost in a story. If you like her historical romances, then you'll want to check this one out.
It's always worth it just to see a large, alpha-male type brought to his knees: I don't know if it was a communion of souls, but it was the damn closest I'm ever going to get. View all 25 comments. Recently I asked a few goodreads friends to help me out with some recommendations for something light with some sexy times in it and if possible a good audiobook version to go along with the ebook.
I got some great recommends and this was one of them. The build of sexual tension was so good and even the storyline was really enjoyable. Bronson is new to the aristocrac Recently I asked a few goodreads friends to help me out with some recommendations for something light with some sexy times in it and if possible a good audiobook version to go along with the ebook.
Bronson is new to the aristocracy, he has a lot of money but not the manners a true gentleman needs for society. Lady Holly is a widow still very much in love with the memory of a man who died three years ago. In a chance meeting in the dark Mr. Bronson mistakes her for the Lady he has arranged a liaison with and before he realizes the mistake he has kissed her and ignited something neither one was expecting.
Now he just has to figure out how to claim her and make her his own. It was a special agony to be placed under the power of a virtuous woman. While I liked Holly from the beginning it took a little time to really start to appreciate and like Zachary Bronson. He has some tomcatting and debaucherious ways about him in the beginning of the book that detracted from his likability.
Rose is freaking adorable by the way. She lifted it to her nose and inhaled deeply. Definitely an enjoyable romance View all 17 comments. Jun 23, Rane rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was one of the great hidden gems that take you by surprise and wish it never end! Zachary and Holly were so different yet so alike, while Holly tries to come to terms with the death of her husband, Zachary is trying to prove himself by force to the ton and mostly to himself.
You can slowly see the tension build between them which was very enjoyable when the steam level goes up a notch later on. They were such a great couple as they start to fall in love with each other. Zachary also torn at my heart as he watched over Holly as his heart slowly broke toward the end of the book no spoilers! Out of all the secondary characters the one that stood out the most was Vardon, Lord Ravenhill whom I someday hope LK will write about in his own story as I love to learn more about him and hope for his own HEA.
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Que dan la libertad a las mujeres porque eso no les mengua su seguridad. Una historia que lo tiene todo: Una novela muy recomendable View all 8 comments. Oct 25, Floripiquita rated it really liked it. Mar 28, Leah rated it liked it Recommended to Leah by: I have to say, it was very hard for me to rate this book. There were parts I loved, making me want to give it a 4, and parts that I hated, making me want to give it a 3 or less.
Ultimately, I had to go with my instincts and go with the 3. Let me tell you why What I Loved: In general, I loved this book. Absolutely loved it. I loved the concept and, for the most part, the way that Lisa Kleypas built the story. I loved the characters, with the exception of one, and I really did want to see them ha I have to say, it was very hard for me to rate this book.
I loved the characters, with the exception of one, and I really did want to see them happy. Zachary Bronson is, in a word, perfect. Gorgeous, intelligent, strong, protective, loving, generous, honorable, and sexual. How could you not want him? I honestly don't understand how Holly resisted the man for so long. And, on top of all that, he was completely in love with her daughter. He's loving, gentle, and kind to his family, in love with you and your daughter, and you're going to leave him?
Rose was utterly adorable, the cutest little girl ever and I loved how Zach always got her new buttons for her button string. Elizabeth and Paula were awesome, too, and I loved that Elizabeth and Jason Somers found love with each other.
I just wish that there was some of the book from their points of view so that I could have seen their love develop. What I Didn't Like: It took me until about page to start liking Holly and there is one reason it took so long, and this reason is why I rated the book a 3. It was the fact that Holly was constantly comparing everything and everyone to her dead husband, George.
Now, I can accept a certain amount of grief and mourning, as is to be expected when you lose someone you love. However, I could not handle the fact that George's damn name was mentioned on every fucking page! What would George do? Would George approve of this? How would George feel about me kissing Zachary? Oh dear, I can't have feelings for Zach because he's not like George! Holly, you can't do that because George never would have wanted you to do that!
Blah, blah, blah. And this happened on almost every page for the great majority of the book. It got to be very tiresome to the point that I felt no inclination to even read the book. I really would have loved Holly is not for the constant George mentions. And the fact that they occurred up until about page , when there is pages in the book, is a bit ridiculous. So yes, in general, I really did like this book. Will I read it again? Probably not. Will I pine for Zachary, wishing and hoping to have him as my own?
Will I ever get over this George thing? Will I read more of Lisa Kleypas's novels? Here's to hoping that the next one I read is a much better experience for me. View all 16 comments. Nov 15, Didi rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a great story, filled with the angst of loss and despair, hope and enduring love. Holly Taylor couldn't imagine loving again, let alone loving more than she did her late husband.
At first I was irritated with Holly and her self sacrifice to uphold propriety, but as the story progressed I realized what she was doing.
I can't even imagine living in a time where you're told how to feel, act, grieve and love. But Zachary Bronson was quite possibly the most unlikely of men to win Holly's heart, and reading how he did it was beautiful.
There were quite a few scenes that had me twisted inside out. Zachary's behavior view spoiler [when he thought Holly was dying slayed me. His anguish and utter devastation to the possibility of losing her was heartbreaking hide spoiler ].
Can LK write anything bad? Not in my opinion. She just has a way with storytelling unlike any other author I've read. Her writing is both intelligent and provocative, her love scenes are seductive and incredibly sexy and the witty banter between characters is smart and funny. I'm always so touched by her work, God, listen to me, I'm spewing praise left, right and center! But seriously, her HR is fantastic, her CR is to die for If you haven't read LK's work Loved it.
View all 26 comments. View all 3 comments. Ho amato come Zachary sia riuscito ad accendere la passione in una donna raffinata come Holly. Zach dimostra non solo di essere bello, forte e premuroso, ma anche di essere un perfido mascalzone. Holly ha dimostrato di essere una donna forte, coraggiosa e corretta. La ammiro per non aver mai abbandonato la sua natura e per aver abbracciato le sue passioni inesplorate, per il suo senso dell'umorismo e per essersi divertita e aver riso di gusto per i commenti schietti di Zachary.
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I really enjoyed this one. Love to get back to Historicals every so often. Zachary, the hero, from the wrong side of the tracks, who wants to fit in with the upper classes. My favorite was the little seen but very intriguing Lord Blake, Earl of Ravenhill. Note to Lisa Kleypas: Please write his story! When I began reading the book I truly had no idea how these two could ever come together, and I really liked not being able to predict how the story would unfold.
Lisa Kleypas never stoops to using hackneyed plot devices as a way out. Instead they examine their feelings and come to fall in love in a way that is both credible and touching. I had two very minor quibbles with the book. Zachary is a reformer who is ahead of his time, but to me he seemed a little too ahead of his time. However, both these quibbles are extremely minor and in no way hampered my enjoyment of the book. In Where Dreams Begin , the beautiful writing is matched by admirable characters and a challenging, satisfying conflict.
The result is a terrific story which will stay with the reader long after the final page is read. When is Kleypas going to write about Varden, Lord Blake. He is also, for me, one of the most compelling secondary character in this book. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Book Details Reviewer: Blythe Smith Review Date: August 13, Publication Date: A- Sensuality Hot Book Type: