REVIEW: Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

In brief: The first in the Bridgerton prequel series finds Billie Bridgerton stuck on a roof after falling out of a tree. The only person who can rescue her is her nemesis, George Rokesby. The good: Julia Quinn always infuses a lot of humour into her novels. The not-so-good: It starts off a little slowly... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: On the Way to the Wedding by Julia Quinn

In brief: The final novel in the Bridgerton series which focuses on youngest son Gregory. The good: The second half is very dramatic. The not-so-good: The first half is quite slow at times. Why I chose it: I’m reading all the Bridgerton novels in preparation for the new seasons of the TV series. Year: 2006... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: It’s in His Kiss by Julia Quinn

In brief: Hyacinth Bridgerton is all grown up and she’s the smartest and most outspoken Bridgerton of them all. Will she meet her match in Lady Danbury’s grandson Gareth? The good: Hyacinth is a riot! The not-so-good: The second last in the series! Why I chose it: I’m reading all the Bridgerton novels in preparation... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Romancing Mr Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

In brief: The fourth story in the Bridgerton series sees two favourite characters, Penelope and Colin, finally realising their feelings for each other. But it’s not what you expected… The good: Yay Penelope! The not-so-good: I kind of felt for Eloise here. Why I chose it: Continuing my reading of the Bridgerton series, which is... Continue Reading →

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