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Review: The Other Miss Bridgerton (Rokesbys #3) by Julia Quinn

She was in the wrong place… Fiercely independent and adventurous, Poppy Bridgerton will only wed a suitor whose keen intellect and interests match her own. Sadly, none of the fools from her London season qualify. While visiting a friend on the Dorset coast, Poppy is pleasantly surprised to discover a smugglers’ hideaway tucked inside a […]

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Review: An Offer from a Gentleman (Bridgertons #3) by Julia Quinn

Will she accept his offer before the clock strikes midnight? Sophie Beckett never dreamed she’d be able to sneak into Lady Bridgerton’s famed masquerade ball—or that “Prince Charming” would be waiting there for her! Though the daughter of an earl, Sophie has been relegated to the role of servant by her disdainful stepmother. But now, […]

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Review: The Viscount Who Loved Me (Bridgertons #2) by Julia Quinn

1814 promises to be another eventful season, but not, this author believes, for Anthony Bridgerton, London’s most elusive bachelor, who has shown no indication that he plans to marry.And in truth, why should he? When it comes to playing the consummate rake, nobody does it better…—Lady Whistledown’s Society Papers, April 1814 But this time, the gossip […]

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Bridgerton: Netflix series vs. The Duke and I

The Duke and I by Julia Quinn (my review here!) The first book in the Bridgertons series by Quinn, The Duke and I largely focuses on Simon and Daphne as a couple, while introducing some of the important side characters that appear later in the series. The all important Lady Whistledown is also introduced in […]

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Review: The Duke and I (Bridgertons #1) by Julia Quinn

In the ballrooms and drawing rooms of Regency London, rules abound. From their earliest days, children of aristocrats learn how to address an earl and curtsey before a prince—while other dictates of the ton are unspoken yet universally understood. A proper duke should be imperious and aloof. A young, marriageable lady should be amiable… but […]