Themes: Marry your best friend, someone to laugh and play with.
The Lyndon Sisters:
Everything and the Moon
Brighter Than the Sun
Agents of the Crown:
To Catch an Heiress – I haven’t read it.
How to Marry a Marquis – very enjoyable, plus Lady Danbury!
The Duke and I – Julia Quinn Very good, the ending had a bit too much sturm and drang for me.
The Viscount Who Loved Me – They are a well-matched couple. Great sparring.
An Offer from a Gentleman – A Cinderella story, my first Quinn, absolutely delightful.
Romancing Mr. Bridgerton – Classic of the wallflower winning variety.
To Sir Phillip, With Love – Not up to the same standards as the rest, but has some nice moments.
When He Was Wicked – An unsuccessful attempt at a change in tone. I hated it.
It’s in His Kiss – Charming and a hoot, might be a classic of the breezy and winning variety.
On the Way to the Wedding – Still good, but the others are better
The Bridgertons – Happily Ever After – Follow up novella for everyone, even Violet
The Bevelstoke Series:
The Secret Diary of Miranda Cheever – haven’t read it
What Happens In London – sweet
Ten Things I Love About You – fun
Just Like Heaven – meh
A Night Like This – meh
The Sum of All Kisses – light and lovely
The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy – surprisingly histrionic
Tagged: Bevelstoke Series, book reviews, Bridgerton, historical romance, Julia Quinn, Lyndon Sisters, Regency romance, romance, romance review, Smythe-Smith Quarter
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