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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Stith gives a fine performance in the first-person Sugar Daddy: Number 1 in series (Travis) - Kindle edition by Lisa Kleypas. Download it once Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Literature & Fiction. Sugar Daddy - Lisa Kleypas - Two men. One woman. A choice that can make her or break her. A love story you'll never forget. Liberty Jones fell in love with. Sugar Daddy book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lisa Kleypas has enthralled millions of readers with her powerfully.
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Is this contemporary series as good as?? Nia in my opinion nothing will ever top her historical romances but this comes hella close with the heroines still coming across as strong and determined …more in my opinion nothing will ever top her historical romances but this comes hella close with the heroines still coming across as strong and determined as ever.
I am wanting to skip this book bc of the love triangle. In my opinion it is not a romance if the h has to choose between 2 men. Marissa Read it. Let me tell you when it was first published I wouldn't read it because of the love triangle and the title. It's one of my favorites. This …more Read it. This series is her usual Gold Star standard and I think you'll like it. She doesn't see them at the same time really and it ranges from her as a teenager to an adult. See all 4 questions about Sugar Daddy….
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Sort order. Jan 14, Christy rated it really liked it Shelves: Thanks, Rachel! When she heard I had never read Lisa Kleypas, she demanded I read this one as soon as possible. I picked up the audio shortly after and was so happy I did!
I fell in love with the writing and with Liberty Jones story. Liberty Jones is a teenager living in a Texas trailer park with her momma.
Life takes her through a lot. A baby sister, her momma passing, becomin 4. A baby sister, her momma passing, becoming guardian of said sister. All Liberty wants is for her sister to have a good life and she is great to her. She meets the Travis family and things really start to turn around in her life. Especially when she becomes romantically involved with the oldest Travis son, Gage.
Sometimes life has a cruel sense of humor, giving you the thing you always wanted at the worst time possible. I was very happy with how it all turned out! After reading this, I am definitely looking forward to reading more from this author, especially the other Travis brothers and Hardy! A wonderful contemporary romance I highly recommend! View all 30 comments. Contemporary romance fans; anyone who loves a great heroine.
I especially love the last third of the story from page , which I've read countless times. The romance between Liberty and Gage never fails to make me swoon and cry!
I really hope Lisa Kleypas writes Carrington's book one day. And I would love to see this made into a movie! I really wish this series would get made into a movie! Needless to say, I was very pleasantly surprised and completely blown-away by this book. I read it on a plane and made an utter embarrassment of myself because I cried and laughed out loud through the entire book, often feeling both emotions on the same page! She goes through so much pain, turmoil, and hardship and yet maintains such a positive outlook on life.
Liberty is funny, brave, selfless almost too much so , caring, loyal, and innocent yet wise. As far as romantic interests for Liberty, there are two main hunks in the story, Hardy and Gage, and initially I thought I would be a Hardy fan, but I found myself being Team Gage all the way at least as the best love interest for Liberty.
Hardy might be sinfully sexy and devilishly charming, but I found myself rooting for steadfast Gage. He treats Liberty with so much respect and tenderness that it melted my heart like butter. The romance between Liberty and Gage is syrupy sweet I absolutely loooved it, and I would give it much more than 5 stars if I could View all 78 comments.
Fans of Lisa Kleypas. With already reviews of this book, I'm sure everything's already been said.. I've had this book on the TBR pile for years --and I don't know why. I love LK's historicals she's one of the few historical authors I read , so I don't know what kept me from trying this one. Maybe I didn't have faith that Kleypas could weave her magic with a contemporary as well as a historical? Well was I ever wrong!
I thought this book was just wonderful. Yes, there were just a few thin With already reviews of this book, I'm sure everything's already been said.. Yes, there were just a few things I wish I could change, but for the most part, this book was perfection. It had me in its grip from the first page, and I enjoyed the sometimes sad, sometimes triumphant, but always compelling journey that our heroine, Liberty Jones who aged from in this book took from an East Houston trailer park to a Houston mansion.
I adored all the characters, but OMG As usual, Kleypas's storytelling is first rate. Her characters, her dialogue, her descriptions, her plotting And her description of East Texas? Well, I've never been, but she made me feel like a native.
I don't know if I can add anything else, or convince someone who's at all hesitant about this book to give it a try. But if you already have it on your TBR pileplease pick it up!
If you like LK's Wallflowers or Hathaways seriespick it up! I guarantee you'll admire Liberty Jones, you'll fall in love with Hardy Cates is there a more mature, understanding, compassionate young man than him? You'll probably shed a few tears for Liberty and Hardy, and what could've been, and maybe even be a bit upset with the direction that LK steered this couple.
But no worries, things had a way of working out the way they were supposed to, and I was satisfied. I will admit at one point I thought "How can she keep these two apart--how can she do that to me? If I had one thing or things to nitpick over, things that held this back from being a 5 star read, it was this: I thought Gage got a little short-changed on his back story, and I would've liked to read more about Gage and Liberty as a couple.
They didn't actually meet until late in the book, and didn't get a whole lot of pages devoted to them as Liberty and Hardy's early years did. I also thought the book wrapped up a bit too quickly. I'm guessing that with over pages, something had to give--but I sure would've enjoyed about 50 more pages devoted to Liberty and Gage's story. So my complaints had nothing to do with the quality of the story, but rather the desire for more.
This didn't bother me But boy, I would've loved to hear what Hardy or Gage was thinking. Even a chapter here or there from their perspective Any story that can entertain and keep me reading late into the night losing sleep! It left me wanting more, more more, and luckily I am fortunate to have Hardy's story Blue-Eyed Devil all set to read.
If it's as awesome as I suspect it will be, I will be one happy reader! View all 60 comments. The irony of it split my heart open, setting loose more bitter regret than I could bear. Be aware that my review is a little bit spoiler-ish; nothing major though About my rating When you read my review you will ask yourself why I rated this book so high. Well, even though I dislike chick lit I think it wouldn't be fair to give it a low rating.
That's a personal preference and has nothing to do with the quality of Sugar Daddy. Kleypas is an excellent author and as a matter of fact, this story is very well-written. It's absolutely engaging and Sugar Daddy kept me turning the pages. She showed some spine. On top of that, there are many interesting and complex secondary characters. You see many reasons to justify a more than average rating. I'm sure that Joe's story will take third spot pretty easily.
I don't like chick lit! At the moment my feelings are so ambivalent. On the one hand, I'm pleased for Gage and Liberty but on the other hand, I am incredibly disappointed for Hardy and Liberty. After reading the first few chapters I thought they'd be the perfect couple. I found myself thinking how sweet these two were together and they were supposed to end up together. Their chemistry was great and I wanted Hardy to be her first lover. Well, this was not going to happen.
I just can't help it but Sugar Daddy feels kinda wrong. I'm not really happy. It didn't help either that Gage and Liberty didn't get enough page-time. By far not enough! The focus of the story is not on Gage and Liberty's evolving relationship I wouldn't even call it an evolving relationship , and Sugar Daddy is not my usual romance.
Well, Sugar Daddy is not a romance story. That's the moment to admit that I don't like chick lit. I want to see the heroine together with the hero, and that's the reason I love to read romance. That's not my business. Yeah, Baba, hold your horses…deep breath…I mean I have to wait a loooooong time to get to see him and then he is telling such crap and he acted stupidly.
I agree, he is a first-class jerk. That said, I went from this I-wanna-tear-off-my-hair moment to…. So, yes, he did redeem himself eventually. Gage doesn't like to talk about his feelings; he has a hard time to admit that he's vulnerable and he's got commitment issues.
I liked him a lot, however, I didn't love him. Surprisingly, I found him extremely lovable from the get-go in Blue-Eyed Devil. He was Haven's perfect brother--very caring, protective and loving. Admittedly, I'd like to have such a brother any day.
Let's see…here are some memorable Gage scenes: The first kiss. Holy smokes--it was incredibly H.
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Quotes that made me like him a lot--I put them in a spoiler to shorten my review view spoiler [ "All right, but just so you know, I usually take too long--" "I don't care if it takes all damn night. It's not an audition. You don't have to do anything except relax. Let go. Let me take care of you. I found myself thinking that she was pretty selfish. Liberty's mom is going out, enjoying her life, while her daughter stays at home and is taking care of the baby.
And when she senses that something is going on between Hardy and Liberty, she tells him that he shouldn't spend any more time alone with her daughter.
There's more but I don't want to give away too much. Since Liberty is spending so much time with her sister, they have a special connection.
The bond between Carrington and Liberty is closer than that of sisters; it's more like that of parent and child.
After a particularly sad event, Liberty came to a conclusion: And I finally understood what Miss Marva had said about living by your own lights. When you're walking through the darkness, you can't depend on anything or anyone else to light your way. You have to rely on whatever sparks you've got inside you. Or you're going to get lost. Although I loved Hardy, he did something stupid view spoiler [the biofuel deal which was very predictable and he hurt Liberty hide spoiler ] but this quote here made me feel so much stronger for him.
Hardy, you're THE man. No one deserves it more. But don't forget…I'm keeping one little piece of your heart for myself.
And if you ever want it back…you know where to find it. View all 81 comments. Sep 13, Geri Reads rated it really liked it.
The first time I read this book, I wasn't too enamored by it. First of all, the hero and heroine didn't meet until halfway through the book. Second, I thought another guy was going to be the hero and I was rooting for him. Turns out, he wasn't the hero. The latter turned out to be a blessing in disguise since this guy became the hero in the second book, which is my favorite in the series. So it's not surprising that I liked this better the second time around because I've gained some perspective The first time I read this book, I wasn't too enamored by it.
So it's not surprising that I liked this better the second time around because I've gained some perspective on a few things especially with the author's decision to pair Liberty and Gage instead of Liberty and Hardy.
That said, I would suggest that to enjoy this book more, you have to throw aside a few expectations. For one, this isn't a romance book. Not really. It does have romance in it but it's not really the central theme. I'd say this book is more like women's fiction or chick lit.
Sugar Daddy is all about Liberty's journey of finding her identity, her strength and ultimately, finding her one true love. Two, this book -- like I said -- is heroine-centric. Gage and Hardy still stood out to me but this is Liberty's story. To expect anything more than that would invite disappointment. View all 27 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Sugar Daddy was one of those books that I dreaded reading, in all honesty.
Let me tell you why. I like a story that has a defined beginning and a defined end, that has landmarks, and ends on a happy note. To my understanding, chick lit and women's fiction does not need to meet these expectations. I feared that the amount of quality historical romances would be that much more diminished than before with her leaving it behind. Whenever I pick up a book, and it has the phrase, 'torn between two lovers,' it goes back on the shelf.
I won't buy it. I like my romance predictable in this sense. I want to know who the heroine ends up with before I start the book. So, having said all these reasons I put off reading Sugar Daddy so long, I am very glad I read it, and I found it to be an excellent book. Was it perfect in meeting my expectations? To say yes would be a lie. I did have the following issues with Sugar Daddy: The book starts out as a coming of age story about a young woman, Liberty, and her journey through life, the good and the bad, and her all-encompassing, soul-defining love for her sister.
The end becomes a romance story in which Liberty has to decide which man was right for her. The large shift was quite jarring for me as a reader. I loved this aspect of Sugar Daddy. I was transfixed by the story of this young girl, and how her life evolved. Then, all of a sudden, it became about which man would she end up with. One could argue that this was part of her story, and yes, it is.
Sugar Daddy - Lisa Kleypas
But I felt the focus had shifted from Liberty's journey to explaining which man was right for her, almost a bit of show and tell, to me as a reader. I would have liked to see more of Liberty putting the pieces together and coming to a more organic understanding of the man she belonged with. Also, there seemed to be less focus on Liberty's relationship with Carrington towards the end of the story. It was noticeable, because of how prominent a character Carrington is earlier in the book.
It's not that I didn't want to see Liberty have a life and a love outside of her sister, but I thought the tone should have remained consistent. Fundamentally, I was left with the feeling that I didn't know what kind of book Ms. Kleypas was trying to write here. I felt that the romance aspects were slightly underdeveloped. In my opinion, more time should have been spent on developing the romance between Gage and Liberty.
In my opinion, much more time was spent on the romance or at least the evolution of Liberty's love for Hardy between Hardy and Liberty. I could see in a general way, why Gage was right for Liberty, but I really needed more for my heart to accept on a deep level that he was the right choice.
Part of this unsureness came from the fact that I think having Hardy betray Liberty was a bit of a cop-out. Yes, we know that Hardy was committed to getting ahead by any means necessary. But it didn't quite ring true for me. Hardy was shown as a very good, honorable person growing up even if he didn't believe it about himself. Yes, he was a bit of a skirt-chaser, but he stuck with girls who were up for the game. His caring for his family and for Liberty and her family didn't match up with how he acted when he returned to Liberty's life.
So I was left feeling that, perhaps Liberty would have chosen Hardy, if he hadn't betrayed her that way. That didn't convince me on the romance between Gage and Liberty. Don't get me wrong. Gage was definitely the right man. Although I didn't get quite as much of a fix on him as I did Hardy, I could see his appeal and why he was the man that Liberty would fall in love with as an adult.
But more narrative on him, definitely would have been appreciated. Now, I will admit that this ties into my dislike of chick-lit. I like to see a romance between two people, the heroine and the hero. I don't want to see them having sex and being involved with other people. If they had other relationships before, then I'd like that to be in the past, and not revealed during the book, other than a couple of lines of exposition, or through something that is revealed in dialogue.
I knew that Liberty didn't love those guys, and she was a woman who wanted love. So it felt wrong to me. I especially hated the scene when she lost her virginity. I was really mad at her for that decision, although I could understand the pain that drove her to it. This would have went over better with me, had the women's fiction aspect of the story been continued through to the end, without the shift to a romance.
I really didn't like the way things unfolded when Hardy returns into her life. The passionate kiss with Hardy felt wrong. Could you do that with an ex if you were deeply in love with a new man? Liberty wasn't the flighty kind of person who would do that. It felt out of character to me. Also the part in which Liberty decides to spend time with Hardy to find out if there was anything there. In my mind, if her feelings for Gage were so strong, would she have felt right doing that, even if he was a good enough man to let her?
I don't know the right answer, but it didn't feel right to me. I think this is something that I would expect in a chick lit novel and not a romance.
One aspect of the book that I didn't really love, but I could see why it was done, was the attention to detail on the accoutrements of the upscale life that the Travises and their associates had.
I think Ms. Kleypas did a great job of describing this through Liberty's eyes, but I was kind of 'meh' about it. To some degree, those of us who grew up with modest surroundings, do have a wide-eyed awe at what those who 'have' possess. But it is only so interesting. I think I would have preferred more time spent on showing Liberty's emotional interactions with Gage and his family, to a greater degree. Maybe dropping a designer name here and there, and describing things as needed could have sufficed.
Perhaps this is unfair of me to comment on this, considering that Ms. Kleypas's phenomenal ability as a writer of beautiful, vivid description, is one of her strong points for me as a reader.
I think in this instant, it was too much of a distraction from the emotional focus of this story. So you may ask, how this book garnered a five star rating. I have to give it five stars, because it's a really good novel. It really affected me emotionally as a reader. And that is one thing that will always have a writer coming out ahead, for me. I found the love story between Liberty and Carrington to be the most beautiful and profound aspect of this story.
The scenes in which Liberty takes on this responsibility and shows her love for her sister excelled. I cried numerous times reading this book. Other reasons I give this book a five star rating: The beginning is excellent.
The way in which Ms. Kleypas describes Liberty's life in a small town in Texas really resonated with me. It took me back to my time at this age.
Hot, lazy summers, kooky relatives and neighbors. Having a family that wasn't always perfect, but loving them hard and strong, regardless. The awkwardness of being a girl who is in that stage where she feels ugly and invisible. This book could have been about a girl I knew growing up. Maybe a little bit of me, as well. That identification factor was so powerful, that I was sucked in as a reader. I wasn't going anywhere and doing anything until I finished this story.
And then there's Liberty. She's an unforgettable character. She had grit and determination. She had a unique way of looking at the world. She approached situations with the tenacity that I could not help but admire. Her strength was the best kind of strength to me. Not cussing out people or fighting at the drop of the hat, but hanging in there, enduring, doing what had to be done to keep going, and to achieve one's goals.
I loved Liberty being that kind of person. And I wanted her to be happy. I cheered when she did get her happy ending. That's what I read this books for, after all.
Also, there are few writers who can create such appealing heroes as Ms. Gage had a magnetism that reached out of the book and slapped me in the face, in a good way, for all the short time he had in this book. Although he was a jerk to Liberty, initially, you could still see his appeal. I wanted more of him. And then there's Hardy. Well, I fell in love with Hardy as a young man. I could see why Liberty loved him so hard and so long.
That's why I had some issues with the way he was written when he returned, because he made such an impression on me initially in this book. I know that I definitely have to read Blue-Eyed Devil to get more of him, and to see him become the man he should be, not who he thinks he is.
Well, for all the rambling that I did in this review, I feel that I could not have possibly expressed my feelings for this book with the clarity that I wish I could. It's so hard to unravel something so complex in such a short time for a review. But I feel that I have captured the essence of my feelings about Sugar Daddy. I do have to say a few things to Ms. Kleypas to end this review: Lastly, I say from one huge Lisa Kleypas fan to another: I think you will find much of value in this book.
View all 56 comments. This is my first book by Lisa Kleypas. I stumbled upon it a few days ago and when I realized a lot of my GR friends loved it I decided to give it a go.
When Sugar Daddy starts out we meet a young Liberty Jones. She is living with her mom, trying to find her spot in world, dreaming about her future and falling in love like any other teenager. While fluttering through her young This is my first book by Lisa Kleypas. While fluttering through her young life she meets Hardy Cates. But she was a fighter and a dreamer. When she finds herself becoming the sole care giver to her younger sister Carrington, Liberty has no other choice to grown up fast.
He was her Sugar Daddy. Their relationship was never sexual. He filled a part in her life that she always missed. He was the father she never had. But there was more to Churchill that Liberty would soon find out.
With Churchill in her life she is also connected with his family. Gage Travis was the oldest of his boys. When their paths crossed things were a bit stormy. Gage was a bit surly you could say. He had his reasons. Sugar Daddy was definitely a great read.
I loved watching Liberty grow and change. I loved watching her falling in love, get her heart broken and fall in love again. I just love a guy that calls his girl darlin. It just melts my heart every single time. I really enjoyed it. I need a little more Hardy. View all 55 comments. Last night I would have given Sugar Daddy more stars. This morning, refreshed and having thought about it, I'll settle for 2 Gage stars.
Why was Hardy in this book to begin with? He was barely there for Liberty during her childhood. And he couldn't help scratch her itch. And don't give that I won't be able to leave if I have you nonsense because I don't buy it. Also, the next book in the series, Blue-Eyed Devil , is about this Hardy person. Because I want to know him better!
He just seems such a nice guy and all. On the other hand, the guy who actually loves the girl gets barely any screen book time. And he always feels in a rush. After all that long crap about Liberty's childhood, we barely get a few pages that explain her adult life or her love choice. In the spirit of this book, I'll rush the end of my review and say I choose not to read the next one.
View all 7 comments. This was a re-read — loved it the first time around…. Liberty Jones, living in a trailer, with her Mom, with no prospects … She meets Hardy Gates, an older guy, living in the trailer park also.
He leaves town and Liberty has to grow up fast…. Her Mom has another child, Carrington, who Liberty loves, as if she were her own… It takes place over a number of years…. Liberty takes control of her This was a re-read — loved it the first time around….
Liberty takes control of her life and enrolls in Beauty School. She meets an older man, Churchill Travis and they become fast friends.
She goes to work for Churchill as a Personal Assistant. Churchill is a Widower with 4 grown up children. Gage Travis is the oldest and sparks fly when he and Liberty meet — they do not like each other. Very enjoyable read. View all 46 comments. View all 5 comments. This is my favorite LK series. Yes, I know, I know. I'm mainly a historical romance reader. This book leading the series is truly wonderful. I still remember when I first saw the paperback was finally out in the bookstore and being so disappointed because yet another one of my favorite HR authors was bowing to pressure and going mainstream.
I wasn't reading contemporary romances at the time, so I actually hesit This is my favorite LK series. I wasn't reading contemporary romances at the time, so I actually hesitated over the purchase of Sugar Daddy. In addition, I really loathed the title. I started reading it standing there, eventually grouped blindly for a chair while I kept my eyes glued to the pages, then went running to the cash-register, my heart pumping erratically with adrenaline coursing to unmentionable pulse points for poor Liberty, the pit bulls, and Hardy.
I'm having the "Big O" just recalling it. BTW, at the risk of sharing too much, I was right there with Liberty and the whole 68 thing and started reviewing my past loves. Oh, and the part about the emu? Absolutely killed me I was laughing so hard. I think it's a brilliant blend of the two, but maybe I'm repeating myself. I think most of us have a first love, or close to first love; one that was bittersweet; an "if only" young love , if you will.
In this, we can all empathize with Liberty. I was right there with her, falling hard for young Hardy gee, why did she name him that? Kleypas wanted us to! And "young" is the operative word here. We do things in our youth, and feel things so differently, that the passions of youth can resonate still, years later. This theme is also accented with Churchill's enduring love of Liberty's mom, Diana Jones. Yet, just like my first love, I wanted Hardy to be happy. I think that is a true sign of love, though certainly morphed into something else, when you want someone's happiness.
Kleypas gives that to Hardy — and us too! This expression worked nicely for me until this book. View all 51 comments. Aug 08, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it really liked it Shelves: Find all of my reviews at: It was in Welcome that she met Hardy — boy next door and on the wrong side of the tracks who placed Liberty firmly in the friendzone due to their age diff Find all of my reviews at: It was in Welcome that she met Hardy — boy next door and on the wrong side of the tracks who placed Liberty firmly in the friendzone due to their age difference.
Fast-forward a few years and you find a Hardy who still maintains his distance in order to make sure nothing will stop him from blowing the dust off this one horse town, deadbeat boyfriend kicked to the curb, momma dead and Liberty trying her best to raise her baby sister.
Oh yes. I did. I seriously ATE. Really my only gripe???? Terms of endearment make me want to stab my own eyeholes. I work in a large office and pretty much maintain the status that. Therefore, I sit in my hole, do my best to make sure I take more than my fair share of work to counteract the fact that.
And read during my downtime. Occasionally I get approached by a fearless co-worker who is willing to invade my personal bubble in order to talk books. Where was I? Oh yeah the ballsy little lady who told me about Kleypas. I explained that historical romance was not my bag and pretty much that. But I loved the G.
Color me shocked.
Book Review – Sugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas
View all 18 comments. I'm so shocked, I put off reading it for years because of the horrible title.
It was so good!!! First thing everyone needs to know or this book might piss them off, the hero isn't introduced until halfway into the book. Yes there is another man at the beginning and he's wonderful but he has his own book in this series. Sugar Daddy is about Liberty Jones, 5 stars! Sugar Daddy is about Liberty Jones, a young pretty girl who grows up in a trailer park. Tragedy seems to strike her family often, and when it does she's left to pick up the pieces.
This book is a romance, but it's mostly her journey in her life and how she works through her problems. I loved all the characters in this and cannot wait to read more of the series.
This is officially my favorite Kleypas novel I've read, to date. In my whole life, you'll always be what I wanted most. View all 10 comments. A keeper, a favorite and just love, love, love it! Gage Travis You've won a fan here Lisa Kleypas. View all 40 comments. Based on the blurb at the back of t I initially gave this 3-stars but revised it to 4-Stars on second read. View all 19 comments. Jun 01, Eastofoz rated it liked it Recommended to Eastofoz by: After graduating from Wellesley College she published her first novel at twenty-one.
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