Daphne, anticipating that he might someday change his mind, takes the letters and hides them, but when she offers them to Simon at the end of the book, he decides not to open them. Readers wanted to know what was in the letters, but I must confess: I did not. What interested me was what it would take to make Simon want to read them… Start reading from The Duke and I, Book 1 in the Bridgerton series. They are viciously competitive and completely dismissive of the rules, having long since decided that the only thing better than winning is making sure your siblings lose. When it came time to revisit the characters from this book, I knew it had to be at a Pall Mall rematch. Where Rosamund was malicious and unkind, Posy had a heart of gold, and when the story reached its climax, she was the one who risked everything to save the day.

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Please visit her on the web at www. This series has been insaneee. A bit outrageous and silly but hilarious. Shelve The Duke and I. It was like catching up with old friends, and I loved every second I spent reading it. The Bridgerton family series is one of my all time favorites in historical romance. Twenty-one years of marriage and still I love all the books in this series!

An Offer From a Gentleman 4 stars originally published as an e-short It is about Posy and not about Sophie and Benedict who happen to be one of my favorite couples, so it was a little disappointment for me. Ri muito com esse conto. I think most is in part due to the buyers having bought and read the 2nd epilogues and then re-purchasing the compilation of them again. I thought Posy and Hugh were incredibly adorable.

I curled up with the book and a cup of hot chocolate and felt so deeply comforted as I read. See also The Lady Whistledown story collections, and the new Rokesbys prequel series. On the Way to the Wedding Bridgertons.

Cute, nice that Posey gets her own HEA. Cute story, although we never find out what happens to George. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Regency Romance with some sexual situations, but no actual sex.

I especially liked the story about Violet and Edmund. I would recommend this book to anyone. It was strange seeing him bridgertoon the grown up adult since I always saw him as the youngest boy in the family.

Shelve When He Was Wicked: No recollection at all of this book, even after reading the epilogue — diamonds? What I remember about this one was that it was dark and depressing and sad.

I love, love, love the Bridgertons. When you are one of 8 and every sibling has a least a few kids — well, what else epilpgues Fran have wanted other than to be a mother as well?! She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family. ComiXology Thousands of Vridgerton Comics. Read more Read less. Bridgertons Series I thoroughly enjoyed reading each of these additions to the lives of the Bridgerton family and felt as though I caught up with some cherished friends.

But not just any family. Loved this, of course. The story is happy at first, not at the middle but okay in the end. He made her happy. Related Posts.


Julia Quinn

Biography[ edit ] Julie Pottinger was raised primarily in New England, although she spent much of her time in California after her parents divorced. Her father disagreed with her choices of reading material, Sweet Dreams and the Sweet Valley High books, and told her she could keep reading them only if she could prove that they were good for her. She promptly told him that she was studying them in order to write one herself. Challenged to prove that she meant her statement, Pottinger sat down at their early computer and wrote her first two chapters. After finishing her novel three years later, she submitted it to Sweet Dreams, but was rejected. During her senior year of college, she realized that she did not know what she wanted to do with her degree and decided to attend medical school.


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