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It wrenches him apart to see her hurt or in pain. I love every part of you, every thought and word I love Win. This second book in this much-loved series was very enjoyable and there is so much plot laid for the remaining siblings that it's impossible not to want to dive right into book three. Page 92 Her sweet, loving nature was a cornerstone in the Hathaway family.
Seduce Me at Sunrise The Hathaways 2. Lisa Kleypas. Romance , Historical ,. The Hathaways. He has tried hard to forget her. Kev Merripen has longed for the beautiful, well-bred Winnifred Hathaway ever since her family rescued him from the brink of death when he was just a boy. But this handsome Gypsy is a man of mysterious origins—and he fears that the darkness of his past could crush delicate, luminous Win.
So Kev refuses to submit to temptation Can she remember the man he once was? Then, Win returns to England Meantime, an attractive, seductive suitor has set his sights on Win. But first, he must confront a dangerous secret about his destiny—or risk losing the only woman he has lived for List Chapter or Page Page 1 2.
Page 2 3. Page 3 4. Page 4 5. Page 5 6. Page 6 7. Page 7 8. Page 8 9. Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 35 Page 36 Page 37 Page 38 Page 39 Page 40 Page 41 Page 42 Page 43 Page 44 Page 45 Page 46 Page 47 Page 48 Page 49 Page 50 Page 51 Page 52 Kev was surly, hard working, and loyal.
Though he had been with the Hathaways since he was left for dead as a child he still held himself apart from them. He loved all the Hathaways, but he was a loner and didn't feel like a part of the family.
He had a vulnerable side that when shown melted me and had me forgiving all his stupid moments. I loved Kev! She moistened them, and tried to speak through a thrill of anxious trembling. You think you do, but you don't. The things I've done, the things I'm capable of- you and your family, all you know of life comes from books.
If you understood anything-" "Make me understand. Tell me what is so terrible that you must keep pushing me away.
I was worried going into this book that she would be a doormat character. Boy I couldn't have been more wrong. She had pride, integrity, and passion. She went for what she wanted. Spoke her feelings with a sweet honesty but she didn't let Kev break her. When he told her they couldn't be together she didn't fall to pieces.
She told him, fine your loss I will live my life to the fullest. I really loved that about her. She didn't just beg after him she was going to move on. She was a fighter. She had been deathly ill and for years thought she would never have a life so even though she loved Kev she was not going to give up her second chance at life.
She wasn't sassy but she had a quiet peace and strength that wasn't in your face but still stood out. One of my favorite heroines to date!! And I intend to make the most of it. I'm not going to waste my love on a man who doesn't want or need it.
I won't bother you again. God, if you knew all the things I've done-" "I love your hands," she murmured. But no one is. And most men, good or bad, have limits to what they would do, even for someone they love. I have none. No God, no moral code, no faith in anything. Except you.
You're my religion. I would do anything you asked. I would fight, steal, kill for you. I would-"-Kev and Win What I really loved about this book was that though it was about Kev, Win and their beautifully intense love story it was also about the whole Hathaway gang.
I loved getting more Cam and Amelia. And OMG their baby news! I liked getting to see Poppy, and Bea out in society. What I really loved was Kev, Cam and Leo's brother bonding. Leo has really come a long way since the first book.
He was really turning his life around in this book. I loved the bickering between Leo and the governess Miss Marks. I really can't wait to get Miss Marks back story. I was losing my shit when my poor Cam was poisoned and almost died!
My favorite part of the book was when Kev kidnaps Win as part of the Roma courting and takes her away to ravish her. Talk about hot! The ending Wow it was so damn sweet. I was melting all over the epilogue. It was beautiful!!! Walking together. Arguing over things like the timing of an egg, or how to manage the servants, or the size of the butcher's bill.
Going to bed each night, and waking up together each morning. View all 86 comments. Nov 18, Alp rated it it was amazing Shelves: Honestly, historical Romance is not the kind of book I normally read because I have no luck with this genre every now and then. But there is an exception when it comes to Lisa Kleypas. Her HR books never fail me, I really enjoyed most of them, especially this one!
I'm so happy I picked up this book. It was a great story, no wonder everyone I know loved it. I can wholeheartedly say that Seduce Me At Sunrise was practically perfect in every way. It not only lived up to my expectations but it also o Honestly, historical Romance is not the kind of book I normally read because I have no luck with this genre every now and then.
It not only lived up to my expectations but it also obliterated all of them! This was such a surprise because it was the first HR book that made me love every single line of it! As soon as I started reading, it grabbed me right from the very beginning and never let go until the end.
This was a love story of Kev Merripen and Winnifred Hathaway. Kev was a Romany Gypsy who was taken in by the Hathaways when he was badly injured and was left for dead by his tribe. The curse died on Kev's lips. His senses were overwhelmed.
He closed his eyes, breathing, waiting. It's you. You're here. At last.
And the moment they met, he instantly fell in love with her. But somehow Kev always felt that he was different from the Hathaways although they treated him like one of the family members. Kev thought he was not good enough for Win so he never showed his feelings and physical affection towards her, and treated her like sister at all times.
Meanwhile Win knew that she loved him and yearned for his love since the day she first met him. She would prove to him that she had the right to decide what to do with her own life, and she was strong and so ready to be with him. And in the end, I was impressed with their sweet HEA and a very beautiful ending. But now I won't have to. The moment I finished this book, I was so happy, felt like flying!
View all 30 comments. Jan 08, Bindi Boo rated it really liked it Shelves: If you've got the patience for that, you will enjoy this sweet historical read. Nov 05, Kimberly Carrington-Fox rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 5 comments. Of the two I like this one the best.
There was something about Kev that played on my heartstrings to no end. Whether I was angry at his stubbornness or swooning at the way he was in love with Win, I couldn't get enough of him. He loved her with every fiber of his body and he was willing to do anything to keep her safe. Or he thought he could. These two were separated for a period of time and upon Win's return so much had changed for her and for Kev. While most of the changes were welcomed by Kev and the Hathaway family one was not.
Julian Harrow was the one to nurse Win back to good health and made her strong emotionally and physically.
But Julian wants to be more than just a doctor to her. Kev would be faced with having to make a choice. This choice wouldn't be an easy one for anyone involved.
Looking forward to the next one then Leo's!! View all 22 comments. Apr 13, Hollis rated it really liked it Shelves: This review can also be found at Romantic Historical Reviews.
Being relatively new to the historical romance genre, and thus totally overwhelmed by the selection and substantial backlists of all the Must Read Authors, it's taken a few years for me to get caught up on some of the books that are absolute staples and longtime favourites of so many readers.
Naturally, many of those favorites come from the pen of Lisa Kleypas. I devour This review can also be found at Romantic Historical Reviews.
I devoured her Wallflowers series back in and promised myself a more leisurely pace for future spinoff series, wanting to savour them, even though I had so many to catch up on. Which brings us to and my journey through The Hathaways series. Seduce Me at Sunrise is actually the second installment and though I read the first one — Mine Till Midnight — a few months ago, I was thrown right back into the thick of things with this family.
And that's where this series shines: With four sisters and their brother, the Hathaway children had a somewhat irregular upbringing as their family was fond of debate and discussion and were both accepting and liberal as well as scholarly.
So liberal, in fact, that after discovering a young Romany boy left for dead near their property, their father ensured that not only was he nursed back to health but he was also allowed to stay to live and be part of their family.
Not quite a ward, not quite a servant, but somewhere in between; much like how he was both Gypsy and tribeless, cast out, and caught between two worlds. Young, mistreated, and prone to lashing out, Merripen nonetheless finds himself powerfully drawn to Winnifred, second eldest daughter, and as the years pass his love for her only grows stronger.
After the death of their parents, the Hathaways have a further string of misfortune when scarlet fever lays both Win and her brother Leo low, almost killing them, and the event leaves Win forever frail with compromised lung capacity. Merripen is devoted to her, careful with her, protective, but after years of being treated like glass, when she confronts him with her feelings for him, and he cannot return them because he feels so unworthy of her not that he tells her this, of course , she decides she will no longer be trapped by her illness and goes to France to seek a cure.
Two years later and Winnifred has her health, a suitor in the form of the doctor who has returned to England with her to court her, and still Merripen resists their connection even in the face of competition and Winnifred's improved state.
He pushes and pulls her, unable to resist, lashing out when he gives in to her, and the back and forth is both frustrating and yet redeemed by Kleypas having Winnifred acknowledge the situation instead of just being swept along by the man's behaviour, like so many HR heroines often are. And while I occasionally fluttered at Merripen's epic intense love that still made it impossible for him to be with her — which is where my flutters turned to aggravated flails — the real strength of the story is in the family and secondary characters.
Both men are full of witty, hilarious, charming dialogue and observations, and combined they are an absolute delight. The whole family is, really, but these two really had me going at times.
Additional feels were provided by the appearance of characters the Wallflowers series; I so loved seeing Simon and Annabelle again and hope the author continues to sprinkle previous couples throughout the upcoming books.
Kleypas has always balanced angst with humour, and kept the emotional current strong despite that, and this story is no different. I really did love Win and Merripen together.. Merripen gives the stack of broody heroes I've loved in the past a run for their money with how tightly he suppresses everything, made worse by the intensity with which he feels it all, and that was hard to read. I really enjoyed the lighter moments during the first half, though, which made it much easier to bear.
But Win is strong, she's no doormat of a heroine, and that helped, too. I also loved how the author takes time to really explore the Romany culture and make that a relevant feature, not just window dressing, and it definitely plays a strong part in this book with one, two, maybe even three surprising revelations along the way.
This second book in this much-loved series was very enjoyable and there is so much plot laid for the remaining siblings that it's impossible not to want to dive right into book three. Start with the Wallflowers and then make your way to The Hathaways. You won't regret it. His expression turned quizzical. You're not suited for this Merripen. You can't hold your liquor worth a damn. And unlike people such as me, who become quite amicable when they drink, you turn into a vile-tempered troll.
That would only encourage more of it. You're both exhausted. We'll have time for talking tomorrow. Jun 14, Treece rated it really liked it Shelves: Then the plot got a little lumpy like an old mattress in the middle comfortable but overused , and then bounced up and down again with a few plot twists at the end. Lisa Kleypas knows her stuff. She redeemed the story and mellowed my frustration.
Merripen's intensity and darkness kept the plot fires going, along with his strong passion for Winnifred. Another turn that proved positive was Win is revealed to have very human flaws. She is mor Rating: She is more than a match for him. I didn't care for how she was portrayed earlier as this ethereal flawless creature too good to be on earth. My favorite couple of the series, Cam and Amelia, are adorable.
The new governess, Miss Marks and Leo don't interest me as much. Out of all the books, I'm not certain I will be reading their story. Beatrix and Poppy are fun, sweet and smart, displaying hints of girlish mischief still.
I can't wait to see how Poppy reaches her HEA. I'm looking forward to the next book, regretting that I read Beatrix's story first. I was fast-forwarded into the future of what happens with everyone later. It's a mistake I won't make again. Lovely review Treece! Sammy Loves Books Fab review hun! Merripen drove me crazy and lost all his cool points acting like a complete dumb ass. Amelia and Cam were just wonderful. You really d Fab review hun!
You really did fast forward into the future if you read Beatrix first I hope it doesn't ruin the series for you. Treece Sammy wrote: Amelia and Cam were just wonderful Sammy wrote: You really did fast forward into the future if you read B It worked out in the end.
I plan to reread Cam and Amelia's story again. The chemistry between them is whoo! The overall story is amazing too. I truly loved Poppy and Harry's book also. They are my second favorite couple, then Beatrix's story. Oh Kev and Win should have been Epic! And they almost were!!!
You took up too much room in my heart. I can't Damn you! Kev did get on my everlasting nerves with his stubborn, insecure, and emotionally closed off ways. I wanted to slap, kick and knock some sense into him!!!
His actions brought this book from a 5 to a 3 star. I like a man that knows what he wants and goes after it. Kev supposedly Oh Kev and Win should have been Epic! Kev supposedly loved Win all his life but was willing to let another man marry her? I call Bullshit!! Apparently Leo felt the same way because he intervened and gave Kev some sound advice. Overall enjoyable story!! I love the Hathaway's weird, crazy bunch of family!! So endearing!! View all 4 comments.
Feb 03, Dina rated it really liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After being seriously disappointed with Mine Till Midnight , the 1st book in this series, Im happy to see things get back on track with Seduce Me at Sunrise.
I loved Merripen since he was introduced in the previous book and, thankfully, I still love him after reading his own book. He was tortured, brooding and fierce, just the way I like it.
It was nice to see Win strong and free of all that "frail and angelic air" that surrounded her in Mine Till Midnight. Speaking of the secondary characters, it was very nice to see Leo "redeemed" from his previous actions. It was too much, IMHO. All in all, I really enjoyed this book and the Hathaways are growing on me. View all 23 comments. Lo otro que no deja de divertir son los encuentros verbales entre Leo y la institutriz… de lujo.
Muy recomendable. Feb 08, Andrea rated it it was ok Shelves: And the Hathaways-re-read-athon with Lacey continues. This is just sad. It proves that some favorites should not be revisited but instead remembered fondly. I gave it five stars! It was on my favorites shelf! And yet Times change. You grow up and evolve, your tastes change. It's not the books fault. But lately I've found out that I have become less and less tolerant when it comes to brooding "heroes" who str And the Hathaways-re-read-athon with Lacey continues.
But lately I've found out that I have become less and less tolerant when it comes to brooding "heroes" who string their "heroines" along. What ruined this book for me this time around is pretty easily explained: I grew tired of Kev and his constant hot and cold treatment. Honestly, any woman deserves better than this, and I don't care if he has her "best intentions" at heart.
If he thinks he is unworthy of her, that is not his call to make. It's hers. All he can do is accept that she knows what she wants and respect her wishes or stay. But this continued "oh my love will kill the poor frail woman but I can't restrain myself" annoyed me to no end. It's not fair to her.
And yes. He has issues. Bad childhood. But don't beat me over the head with it. Don't get the girls' hopes up only to publicly humiliate her and squash her hopes over and over again. And another thing. What is with the attempt at a love triangle? There were so many moment were I wished Win would just move on, but the poor thing never even had a chance.
Seriously, why is it neither Amelia nor Win allowed to have a real alternative? Why did both men have to be evil? I liked this book for the glimpses of the other Hathaways. Leo has grown quite a bit since the last book, Beatrix's darling pet Dodger is a delight Oh well.
On to the next book! View all 17 comments. May 17, Jacqueline's Reads rated it liked it. Different right? Because of Win, Kev stayed with the family. At times I loved him because of his passion, his stubbornness and his feelings towards Win. BUT goodness he was stubborn! I wanted to punch him in the face several times.
Win went through a lot in this book. She was sick and went away for two years. You would think a two year difference would get Kev to do something towards Win, but nope, he just brooded and was a jerk.
If you like a push and pull kind of relationship then this is your book because this couple will get you going. Going crazy! View 1 comment.
This was so much richer and better in the family aspect. I have to admit, the family is the reason I'm liking the series so much better than the individual installments. This was undoubtedly sweet, and I thought the beginning was going to make this add up to a standout of hers for me. It was still really, really good, and I really liked Win, but the secondar 3.
It was still really, really good, and I really liked Win, but the secondary characters stole the show for me--particularly Cam and Leo. What a bummer. And here's what kind of fell apart for me If Kev was so concerned for Win's safety and what was best for her, yet controlling, how could he ever trust another man to that? In the middle with all the Julian stuff, I really felt like his character felt too inconsistent and reluctant. He would absolutely never leave her to this.
I also have trouble with the self-sacrificing, know-what's-best hero being ever so reluctant. I did love how Win broke through to Kev and was the only one who could do it-this is the case with many of my favorite romances, I just didn't buy the middle part. Luckily, it smoothed out for me at the end. The scenes with Cam in the field were vivid and really well done IMO.
My goodness. View all 27 comments. Aug 13, Julie jjmachshev rated it it was amazing Shelves: I still have a sappy smile on my face! This 2nd book in Lisa Kleypas' 'Hathaways' series brings us the story of the wild Rom boy, Kev Merripen, and his journey to love with Winnifred Hathaway. Winnifred has loved Kev since the day he came into her home when she was still a young child. Her understanding and care of the feral boy hasn't made living with this love any easier, I still have a sappy smile on my face!
Her understanding and care of the feral boy hasn't made living with this love any easier, though. When she is stricken with scarlet fever and never quite regains her health, she becomes even more determined to do whatever is necessary to have Kev for her own.
So she heads for France and a controversial clinic, leaving behind an increasingly wild Kev. Kev has loved Winn since he 'felt' her presence in the gadjo house that became his home.
As a gypsy orphan with no protector, he was raised as a wild animalistic fighter who knew no gentleness until the Hathaways rescued a sick boy left for dead. He's never allowed himself to feel a part of the family, but has acted as their personal protector, defender, servant, or whatever else was needed. He craves Winn but won't sully her with his fierce demands. But he can't quite let her go either. What a powerful love and what a splendid story. You will admire Winn's determination and sometimes want to thump Kev for his stubborness.
But to have a love so strong Kleypas' books have been more hits than misses with me, but this is truly a book you shouldn't miss. The emotions will wring you out and the passion will set your heart racing. And at the end, you'll have the same sappy smile on your face! View all 9 comments. Me voy de una a leer la historia de poppy. Mar 24, boogenhagen rated it really liked it Shelves: Getting closer to the hedgie book.
This one was absolutely adorable and Win and Kev were super, super sweet. I liked this. View all 7 comments. Mar 01, Karen rated it really liked it.
I would have given it 5, but I loved Cam and Amelia's 4. I would have given it 5, but I loved Cam and Amelia's story just a tiny bit more. I found Merripen a tad morose and hypocritical. But he sure was a sexy bastard. The love scenes in this one were off the charts! And don't get me started on Leo. His book better be next, or I may have to skip ahead. Moving right along View all 12 comments. Jul 16, Ronyell rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Fans of Lisa Kleypas' works!!
Winnifred Hathaway was always ill ever since she was affected by the scarlet fever years ago that nearly took her life. Now, Winnifred finally has the chance to get well again by going to a well-known clinic in France that is run by Dr. Julian Harrow and when she comes back home from her treatment, Winnifred has become a changed woman!
Kev Merripen, the handsome and strong Romany Gypsy that the Hathaway family has taken in ever since he was a boy, has always loved Winnifred, but because of his dark past, he refuses to confess his love for her. However, when Winnifred gets well again and her doctor, Dr. Julian Harrow starts romancing her, Kev and Winnifred will soon realize that their love might be more powerful than any dark secret can hold back.
What I really loved about this book were the characters themselves as they all have their dark secrets that they like to keep hidden from their loved ones, but they also know that if they keep those secrets hidden, they might risk losing the one they love. I really loved Winnifred Hathaway in this novel as she may seem weak because of her illness, but I started seeing a different side to her that I have never seen in the previous book and that was her determination to make Kev hers!
Winnifred Hathaway has definitely shown so much courage and compassion for others in this book and that really made her stand out as a character that now she is on my list of favorite heroines and I really loved the way that she tries to help Kev open up his dark past to her because it showed how much she truly cared about him. Now, the hero of this story, Kev Merripen, is just awesome beyond all reason!
But, the moment I read this book, Kev Merripen is now officially one of my favorite romance heroes ever! I actually felt sorry for Kev whenever he had to come to grips with his dark past and how he was always worried about hurting Winnifred and that truly showed how caring and compassionate he really is despite his gruff nature. I also loved seeing the continuing love of Cam and Amelia as it was just as dramatic in this story as it was in the previous book and I loved how Cam supported Kev throughout his trials of confessing his love towards Winnifred which truly made him into such a brilliant character and it was also great seeing Leo, the drunkard brother, regain his dignity in this book and he even helped out Kev with his relationship troubles.
For those of you who do not like reading about sex scenes in a novel, this book has plenty of sex scenes between Winnifred and Kev, so it would be best to skim over these scenes if they are too uncomfortable to read through. Rabbit Ears Book Blog View all 10 comments. Jun 17, Daisiemae rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: My friends who love a great romance.
Whew this was a great one! Recommended to Daisiemae by: If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. It has been years since I have read a Lisa Kleypas novel. I admittedly get stuck on a certain type of genre at times, and honestly stopped reading historical novels for a while. It is. I had forgotten the lyrical way she tells a story. I forgot her addictive storylines and h If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. I forgot her addictive storylines and her unbelievably tortured, sexy heroes…what was wrong with me?
I am so glad I read this book. I simply loved every moment of it. Kevin Merripen has loved Winnifred Hathaway since they were kids. Winnifred has always loved Kevin. Strong and silent, he gives her comfort with his quiet presence and fills her nights with unrequited longing.
When Winn catches scarlet fever Kev is devastated. Afraid he might lose her, he nurses over her day and night.
When her condition worsens, he remembers a remedy from his clan, and administers it to her. When Winn starts to recover, the bond between them grows even deeper.
But, Winn has become weak from the fever and never fully recovers. When she hears about a Doctor that is practicing alternative medicine, this gives her hope to become better and be the woman she wants to be with Kev.
Kev does not Winn to go. She is his light in the darkness he calls his life. After refusing his wishes for her to stay, he becomes ever more withdrawn and surly in her absence. As the years go by, Winn writes Kev, but he only writes her back once. When she arrives home, she is surprised by the dangerousness and loneliness that surrounds Kev. What can I say about this book? Kev and Winn are a couple I loved to read about, I absolutely adored the Hathaway family!
Not only is Seduce Me a Midnight the love story, but it is a story about survival and recovery from loss of loved ones and the determination it takes to have a happy life. Winn is a heroine that is smart, stubborn and knows how to fight to get her man. I cried with her, I cheered with her and I loved every romantic moment in this book.
I truly hated for it to end, and I am anxiously awaiting the next book in this series. Seduce me at Sunrise can be read as a stand alone book. It is actually the second in the Hathaway series. Mine til Midnight is the first book in this series. Seduce Me at Sunrise has opened my eyes. Not only has it earned a coveted place on my crowded keeper shelf, I have re-discovered one of my favorite authors Lisa Kleypas.
If you love a well told beautiful romance with a brooding, sexy hero and a super smart heroine, this book is for you! For more information on the Hathaway series and other books written by Lisa Kleypas, please visit her website at: Historical romance.
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