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The first three Bridgerton books all in one e-book volume! Includes The Duke and I, The Viscount Who Loved Me, and An Offer From a Gentleman. Set between 1813 and 1827, the Bridgerton Series is a collection of eight novels, each featuring one of the eight children of the late Viscount Bridgerton. The Bridgertons are currently being developed as a Shondaland series for Netfl The first three Bridgerton books all in one e-book volume! Includes The Duke and I, The Viscount Who Loved Me, and An Offer From a Gentleman. Set between 1813 and 1827, the Bridgerton Series is a collection of eight novels, each featuring one of the eight children of the late Viscount Bridgerton. The Bridgertons are currently being developed as a Shondaland series for Netflix.


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The first three Bridgerton books all in one e-book volume! Includes The Duke and I, The Viscount Who Loved Me, and An Offer From a Gentleman. Set between 1813 and 1827, the Bridgerton Series is a collection of eight novels, each featuring one of the eight children of the late Viscount Bridgerton. The Bridgertons are currently being developed as a Shondaland series for Netfl The first three Bridgerton books all in one e-book volume! Includes The Duke and I, The Viscount Who Loved Me, and An Offer From a Gentleman. Set between 1813 and 1827, the Bridgerton Series is a collection of eight novels, each featuring one of the eight children of the late Viscount Bridgerton. The Bridgertons are currently being developed as a Shondaland series for Netflix.

30 review for Bridgerton Collection, Volume One

  1. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    Each one got better and better! I’m officially obsessed with the Bridgerton bunch!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    I thoroughly enjoyed the first three books in the Bridgerton series. I read these after watching the show, which I actually would recommend. For the first few chapters, I thought to compare the book to the series, but it quickly became apparent that it was best to separate the two and enjoy both. However, I will say that I enjoyed the book slightly more because the characters were developed better. Daphne was more interesting and individualistic than in the show. Additionally, because each Bridg I thoroughly enjoyed the first three books in the Bridgerton series. I read these after watching the show, which I actually would recommend. For the first few chapters, I thought to compare the book to the series, but it quickly became apparent that it was best to separate the two and enjoy both. However, I will say that I enjoyed the book slightly more because the characters were developed better. Daphne was more interesting and individualistic than in the show. Additionally, because each Bridgerton gets his/her own book, the reader is able to get to know each individually as well as their role/place in the collective. The dialogue was witty and had me laughing often. I especially loved the first two books, as both Daphne and Kate made excellent leading ladies.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Julie Giese

    Books were formulaic a bit, but enjoyable. I can see where Shonda Rhimes will be able to flesh this out into a good show.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    Three books in one volume makes it a little tricky to rate so going with 4 as an average. Like many folks I watched the Netflix series and decided to check out the books. I think the show has a little more depth and fleshed out characters but the books are still a lot of fun. I particularly like the humour and the family teases each other. My only real complaint with the 3 in 1 volume is that it includes additional epilogues set much further in the future that then to spoil the later books in th Three books in one volume makes it a little tricky to rate so going with 4 as an average. Like many folks I watched the Netflix series and decided to check out the books. I think the show has a little more depth and fleshed out characters but the books are still a lot of fun. I particularly like the humour and the family teases each other. My only real complaint with the 3 in 1 volume is that it includes additional epilogues set much further in the future that then to spoil the later books in the series. Not terribly so because I’m still interested but it’s a little annoying.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lorie

    A fun re-read!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Maryam Nisa

    So I've read the first 4 book in this series, not 3, but this was the closes post and the issues I had were represented in all of them. So this is a 4 in 1 review. Let's start with the Pros: 1) I LOVE MISS WHISTLEDOWN! Legit I wanna be this lady's friend so bad, she is whitty and sarcastic and 10000% AMAZING. Regency Gossip Girl ones. I'm here for it. 2) The Brigertons (as a family unit), there dynamic is great. They fight and make quips at each other constantly, they seemed like a real loving fam So I've read the first 4 book in this series, not 3, but this was the closes post and the issues I had were represented in all of them. So this is a 4 in 1 review. Let's start with the Pros: 1) I LOVE MISS WHISTLEDOWN! Legit I wanna be this lady's friend so bad, she is whitty and sarcastic and 10000% AMAZING. Regency Gossip Girl ones. I'm here for it. 2) The Brigertons (as a family unit), there dynamic is great. They fight and make quips at each other constantly, they seemed like a real loving family which is why I'd be waiting for there scene. Cons: 1) And this is the Major one, half-way through every book without fail it would go from 0 - 100 on the 'GET A ROOM' scale. I got whiplash, 50% perfect Regency romance, 50% skipping R-rated scenes. I don't even feel like I've read 4 books, more like 2 with all the skipping. By the 4th book I'd began to get annoyed by the Brigertons (don't know why but they began to irritate me). And I'd lost my beloved Miss Whisteldown (I do miss her). Because if the former idk what happenes to the younger 4 Brigertons, and the latter just removed the gem of the series. So goodbye Brigertons, this author wishes you well.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Sophie and Benedict were my favorite but they were all good.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Taylor

    Obsessed. Started reading before I started the show, I enjoy the books more.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kiara Stark Torquil

    IL DUCA ED IO Ho letto il primo romanzo della saga, con il tempo li recupererò tutti. Amo la Quinn come scrittrice, sempre divertente , ma non avevo letto ancora quella che è la sua saga must. Bene, visto che a breve c'è in programma la serie tratta dalla saga ho pensato di recuperarli, almeno i primi, poi col tempo tutti gli altri. Il Duca ed io è davvero troppo carino, il romance perfetto!Ho adorato tutto di questo libro, dai personaggi alla storia. I dialoghi divertenti e frizzanti, i battibecch IL DUCA ED IO Ho letto il primo romanzo della saga, con il tempo li recupererò tutti. Amo la Quinn come scrittrice, sempre divertente , ma non avevo letto ancora quella che è la sua saga must. Bene, visto che a breve c'è in programma la serie tratta dalla saga ho pensato di recuperarli, almeno i primi, poi col tempo tutti gli altri. Il Duca ed io è davvero troppo carino, il romance perfetto!Ho adorato tutto di questo libro, dai personaggi alla storia. I dialoghi divertenti e frizzanti, i battibecchi iniziali di Simon e Daphne, gli interventi dei protettivi fratelli di lei, e poi anche la sofferenza e i tormenti di Simon, tutto ben equilibrato. Un libro davvero delizioso. IL VISCONTE CHE MI AMAVA La bravura di una scrittrice di romance si vede quando hai una trama trita e ritrita,senza grosse scosse,lineare, ma sei capace di non far staccare staccare gli occhi dal libro ai lettori e neanche una riga li annoia. E la Quinn è capace di tutto questo. Anche il secondo libro della saga dei Bridgerton è un libro godevolissimo, divertente e commovente a tratti. Anthony e Katie sono perfetti, i loro battibecchi bellissimi e divertenti, e poi i protagonisti di questa autrice non sono mai banali o piatti,ma ricchi di sfaccettature. Le paure e le insicurezze di entrambi sono state descritte molto bene, non si può non provare tenerezza ed empatia sia per Katie, sia per Anthony. A fare da contorno il resto dell'adorabile famiglia Bridgerton..e il mistero su lady Wishtledown...anche se inizio ad intuire chi possa essere. LA PROPOSTA DI UN GENTILUOMO La favola di Cenerentola versione Bridgerton, con tanto di matrigna cattiva,due sorellastre, e ballo con fuga a mezzanotte. La storia di Sophie e Benedict l'ho trovata un po' meno briosa rispetto alle altre due,ma mi è comunque piaciuta, devo dire che mi ha intenerito la situazione di Sophie, e in certi punti mi sono davvero commossa. Inoltre mi è piaciuta tanto la scena in cui Lady Bridgerton dice a Benedict che sarà sempre dalla sua parte, qualunque decisione lui prenda, e anche nella parte finale. Violet è davvero un personaggio strepitoso! Non vedo l'ora di leggere gli altri, specialmete il libro di Colin!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Katie Pfahler

    *12/23/20* An Offer From a Gentleman This story was definitely very compelling and also quite a bit different from the first two in the series. I liked that it dealt with a romance not set within the aristocracy (though the Bridgerton's are well respected/highborn members of society with nice things and such). I also liked that it dealt with some issues of class, but I still didn't necessarily like that Benedict wouldn't totally accept that Sophie wouldn't be his mistress until the end. He doe *12/23/20* An Offer From a Gentleman This story was definitely very compelling and also quite a bit different from the first two in the series. I liked that it dealt with a romance not set within the aristocracy (though the Bridgerton's are well respected/highborn members of society with nice things and such). I also liked that it dealt with some issues of class, but I still didn't necessarily like that Benedict wouldn't totally accept that Sophie wouldn't be his mistress until the end. He does profusely apologize and say that it wasn't right for him to keep asking, but it's not especially great while it's happening. I think it may just be another "product of its time" thing, especially since class discrepancy is much more talked about now. I don't think romance has to completely let go of the narrative, but obviously this older books isn't really thinking of the power imbalance that comes with a wealthy person being attracted to someone who has to take orders from them. I did really enjoy the chemistry Sophie and Benedict had though, and read this one the fastest so far. But I'm really excited for Penelope Featherington in the next book, as I was promised a plus size romance!! It's also the other book they're focusing on for the show so that will be interesting to see as well. *12/21/20* The Viscount Who Loved Me I definitely enjoyed this one more than the first, I think it just had a better flow to it and I love a bickering couple quite a bit-Kate and Anthony have a dynamic that is ultimately my kryptonite. I'm still warming up to how Julia Quinn has these characters get together ("we are caught in a compromising position and must get married before her reputation is ruined"). I also think that I got fibbed to a bit when novelist recommended these as "steamier" than Sarah MacLean's works (they are actually a bit vanilla in comparison) but the chemistry in this was pretty good. I don't have much to say other than I just want to watch this show so bad, but hopefully the characters are a bit more lively.

  11. 4 out of 5

    elizabeth clark

    watched the series and i was like, i HAVE to read the book! i’m pretty adamant about separating books and movies - i really try not to compare them to each other ... i LOVED the show, and i LOVED the books, and i feel there are enough differences between the book and the show to make each interesting in its own way. there are things i like better about each of them ... specifically, what i enjoyed more in the books was that there was a lot more snappy dialogue between the characters - i really got watched the series and i was like, i HAVE to read the book! i’m pretty adamant about separating books and movies - i really try not to compare them to each other ... i LOVED the show, and i LOVED the books, and i feel there are enough differences between the book and the show to make each interesting in its own way. there are things i like better about each of them ... specifically, what i enjoyed more in the books was that there was a lot more snappy dialogue between the characters - i really got the sense of why daphne and the duke fell in love with each other, rather than just clear attraction and heated glances (not that those aren’t worth the price of admission 😂). i also like anthony a whole heck of a lot more in the book! 😂 my one quibble with the show after reading the book is that i think it tried to squeeze a bit too much into the season - like, in the book (and i don’t think this is a spoiler), there’s hardly any emphasis on trying to find out who whistledown is, and i thought that was a big subplot of season 1 (same with anthony’s affair with the opera singer and benedict’s interactions with the, er, art world). i recognize that a lot of the subplots are world-building and potentially setting up for future seasons, plus the need to fill 8 hours of tv, but i think they were a bit of a distraction? just give me daphne and the duke, 24/7. i will add that, of the three in this compilation, the duke and i was probably my third favorite, and maybe a bit of that can be attributed to the fact i knew the basic story already?

  12. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    I already wrote a review for the Duke and I (I think) so this is for the other two. The Viscount Who Loved Me Is everyone in this series going to be forced into marriage?? I was a little disappointed that this book followed the same path as the Duke and I in that regard. Otherwise it was a good story - the Pall Mall game was hilarious and more of what we come to the book for - the relationships between the Bridgerton's. They are an aristocratic family who love each other, enjoy being together and I already wrote a review for the Duke and I (I think) so this is for the other two. The Viscount Who Loved Me Is everyone in this series going to be forced into marriage?? I was a little disappointed that this book followed the same path as the Duke and I in that regard. Otherwise it was a good story - the Pall Mall game was hilarious and more of what we come to the book for - the relationships between the Bridgerton's. They are an aristocratic family who love each other, enjoy being together and spare no quarter when it comes to competition. I'm really looking forward to Colin's story. An Offer from a Gentleman Violet Bridgerton (or Lady Bridgerton) was one of my favorite characters from the first book and I love her even more after this book! That scene in the jail is the best. I always wondered why Anthony didn't just go to his mom with fears in book 2, she would've completely understood and been very kind about it. I do not like how she is portrayed in the Netflix series. As for the rest of the story, I didn't really care for the Cinderella aspect at the beginning, I didn't feel it fit with the series, but I'm glad the whole story didn't follow the fairytale. I liked the way Sophie and Benedict reconnected and really their relationship wouldn't have been able to develop without some seclusion due to their different status's in society. I also liked that this book didn't follow what seemed to be the "formula" of the series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Hale

    I believe I've read some of these a long time ago, but didn't remember details. After watching the Netflix series, I decided to read them again. I enjoy the characters, and want to know what happens to them. The Lady Whistledown mystery is the best part of the books. However, it's hard to get over the problematic elements of the Regency romance genre in general, mainly that the huge power imbalances between the young girls on the marriage mart who are kept completely and absolutely ignorant, and I believe I've read some of these a long time ago, but didn't remember details. After watching the Netflix series, I decided to read them again. I enjoy the characters, and want to know what happens to them. The Lady Whistledown mystery is the best part of the books. However, it's hard to get over the problematic elements of the Regency romance genre in general, mainly that the huge power imbalances between the young girls on the marriage mart who are kept completely and absolutely ignorant, and the worldly older men. I realize this is historically accurate. But it's hard to find it romantic from a modern reader's perspective. Still, the young women do show agency in their circumstances, and the heroes are generally the exceptions to the normal male of the times, which is what makes the genre palatable. Quinn does a good job of helping the reader understand why the characters behave as they do, given past traumas and experiences. The one exception is the book about Benedict Bridgerton. Despite being raised by a loving family, he's a spoiled cad, ruthlessly using his power and influence to try to force the woman he's passionately in love with to become his mistress (as her social station doesn't allow her to be his wife). It doesn't matter that she's in love with him, too. She told him no, damnit. And even though he later apologizes and sees the error of his ways, I find the entire storyline abhorrent. I can see no valid reason he would behave so dishonorably (in his own moral framework given how he was raised), other than being a privileged, spoiled brat. I would give the 3rd book in the series, 1 star.

  14. 5 out of 5

    klmt

    the duke and i - cute fake dating, not cute marital rape the viscount who loved me - masterful. begins with enemies to lovers, develops into ultimate wife guy fantasy. anthony continually moving the goal posts on what counts as "risk of falling in love" had me laughing out loud. "he wanted to see what kate was up to" LOST, GONE, SWEPT AWAY IN THE SEA, ultimate wife guy. an offer from a gentleman - if you choose to buy in, it's a cute, sweet time. i had a hard time enjoying myself with the stark di the duke and i - cute fake dating, not cute marital rape the viscount who loved me - masterful. begins with enemies to lovers, develops into ultimate wife guy fantasy. anthony continually moving the goal posts on what counts as "risk of falling in love" had me laughing out loud. "he wanted to see what kate was up to" LOST, GONE, SWEPT AWAY IN THE SEA, ultimate wife guy. an offer from a gentleman - if you choose to buy in, it's a cute, sweet time. i had a hard time enjoying myself with the stark difference in treatment between of classes getting highlighted every few pages. i consider this a "me" problem.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Diana (DomesticGoddess)

    Julia Quinn novels are a mixed bag for me (I've rated them anywhere from 2 to 5 stars) but I've wanted to read this series for a while. The thing is, my library didn't have them in ebook form (the only thing I really read) and I wasn't willing to pay the $7 or so for each novel. Anyway, now that Bridgerton is a Netflix series, the library was willing to take my suggestion and purchase them. YAY! #1. The Duke and I - 5 stars. Brilliant. #2. The Viscount Who Loved Me - 4 stars. Not quite as brillian Julia Quinn novels are a mixed bag for me (I've rated them anywhere from 2 to 5 stars) but I've wanted to read this series for a while. The thing is, my library didn't have them in ebook form (the only thing I really read) and I wasn't willing to pay the $7 or so for each novel. Anyway, now that Bridgerton is a Netflix series, the library was willing to take my suggestion and purchase them. YAY! #1. The Duke and I - 5 stars. Brilliant. #2. The Viscount Who Loved Me - 4 stars. Not quite as brilliant. #3. An Offer From a Gentleman - 2.5 stars. Borderline rapey/ kidnapping. See individual reviews for a little more.

  16. 4 out of 5

    CeeMarie

    I read this series years ago when they first came out and I wanted to reread after watching the Netflix show based on the first one, The Duke and I. I loved them years ago, when I was going through my historical romance phase. And I still find them soooo good for the genre. I have read so many historical romances and Julia Quinn really is top of the genre, IMO. She really created an interesting and fun family in The Bridgertons. Not to mention, they are very fun, oftentimes sweet and emotional a I read this series years ago when they first came out and I wanted to reread after watching the Netflix show based on the first one, The Duke and I. I loved them years ago, when I was going through my historical romance phase. And I still find them soooo good for the genre. I have read so many historical romances and Julia Quinn really is top of the genre, IMO. She really created an interesting and fun family in The Bridgertons. Not to mention, they are very fun, oftentimes sweet and emotional and, of course, quite steamy to read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    April

    Strong Women and Romance I read these books after I'd watched the Netflix series. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book and Daphne and Simon's story. I lived all if the characters and chuckled at dialogue making it enjoyable . I truly lived the story.if Anthony and Kate and found myself laughing out loud several times. I love Kate as a character for sure. The third book was my least favorite of the three with a Cinderella beginning and so much repetition. I do live that the female characters are al Strong Women and Romance I read these books after I'd watched the Netflix series. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book and Daphne and Simon's story. I lived all if the characters and chuckled at dialogue making it enjoyable . I truly lived the story.if Anthony and Kate and found myself laughing out loud several times. I love Kate as a character for sure. The third book was my least favorite of the three with a Cinderella beginning and so much repetition. I do live that the female characters are all strong and take no gruff from anyone. Strong women can be romanced!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Paige Scheidler

    The books were fun, but the Netflix series is much better! I say that the series is better only because it brings the family together in an ensemble cast as the books focus only on one Bridgerton family member and the other characters are hardly anywhere to be found. The books definitely have a hallmark formula to them: boy meets girl, they fall in love, there is a misunderstanding, they work it out and live happily ever after. It is still a fun read with many humorous moments.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Of all three books, book 2 is by far my favorite. I found it to be the funniest. I did not however like book 3 and it proved quite a pain to read through. Maybe because it resembles too much a Cinderella story and I’m not a Disney princess stan or maybe there was just too much turning around to my liking. The books are enjoyable nonetheless and you grow to live the Bridgertons, special mention for Violet!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Whitney E

    After watching the new show, I had to give the books a try. I tried to check it out at my local library -- it's missing; then onto the State Library -- on hold for over 100 days! Decided to reward myself for making it through the first full week back from Christmas break and buy it. Three-in-one made it a bit cheaper on my Kindle. Each love story was enough different from the rest to keep me reading onto the next. If you like a fun romance, this is a good choice! After watching the new show, I had to give the books a try. I tried to check it out at my local library -- it's missing; then onto the State Library -- on hold for over 100 days! Decided to reward myself for making it through the first full week back from Christmas break and buy it. Three-in-one made it a bit cheaper on my Kindle. Each love story was enough different from the rest to keep me reading onto the next. If you like a fun romance, this is a good choice!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Janet B

    After watching the Netflix series, these books were a bit of a let down. The book and the series were very different (I had hoped for deeper info about the characters, but was disappointed). These were lighter fare. The third book in this collection is basically a Cinderella story with the Bridgertons. Sadly, these books are too light and fluffy for me. But Netflix did a great job of enriching the story.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Adinda Proehoeman

    Eventhough.. mau contain spoilers Eventhough book 1 and 2 is quite similar in the plot. And book 3 is like Cinderella .. Still it was quite a entertaining read. Just wished the 2nd epilogue doesn't open up too much on the other siblings stories that we haven't read. Example we know who Collin end up with. And If you seen the series.. the original story is kinda different.. so it's worth the read. Eventhough.. mau contain spoilers Eventhough book 1 and 2 is quite similar in the plot. And book 3 is like Cinderella .. Still it was quite a entertaining read. Just wished the 2nd epilogue doesn't open up too much on the other siblings stories that we haven't read. Example we know who Collin end up with. And If you seen the series.. the original story is kinda different.. so it's worth the read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Dorothy L.

    Devoured these three books between January 3 a d January 7... maybe it was just a great escape from current events 😉 but I find Ms. Quinn’s writing so compelling that I stay up until 3 am just to find out what happens. Well, don’t get me wrong - you pretty much know how it’s going to end, but the journey is SO entertaining - filled with drama and humor - you just have to read on! The epilogue(s) are also VERY satisfying. Definitely moving on to book 4 (after I get some sleep!!)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kristie Kerr

    I really liked the characters. They have flaws but are likable. I loved how all her older brothers were so protective. Her mom is really clever and I love how the author has the gossip column sharing information. But this book was a bit racey for me. I don’t mind knowing characters hooked up, but I don’t want detailed pages of them having sex. I skipped through them. But if that’s your cup of tea than you are going to love this regency series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Scilla D'Angeli

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Amo questo genere di letterario. Mi sono letteralmente persa tra le pagine di questi tre primi romanzi, 1° raccolta delle vicende dei fratelli Bridgeton. In questo primo volume si parla di Daphne 4 sorella dei bridgeton dal primo ballo alla prole di un Duca. Anthony, erede del visconte, capofamiglia libertino che necessita di una moglie bella e intelligente nulla di meno. 3 matrimonio in dirittura d'arrivo quello del secondogenito Benedict, con amore a prima vista di una Cenerentola. Che dire scrit Amo questo genere di letterario. Mi sono letteralmente persa tra le pagine di questi tre primi romanzi, 1° raccolta delle vicende dei fratelli Bridgeton. In questo primo volume si parla di Daphne 4 sorella dei bridgeton dal primo ballo alla prole di un Duca. Anthony, erede del visconte, capofamiglia libertino che necessita di una moglie bella e intelligente nulla di meno. 3 matrimonio in dirittura d'arrivo quello del secondogenito Benedict, con amore a prima vista di una Cenerentola. Che dire scritto e tradotto in modo perfetto, ho passato questo lockdown senza molti patemi lontano dai miei parenti, ma lo stesso felice con tutti i Bridgeton!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    There is a lot to like about the first three Bridgerton books but overall it is a bit repetitive in the storyline from book to book. It has the echo of Pride and Prejudice romance but comes closer to the stylistic writing of modern erotica romance novels. Worth a read if you enjoy this style but falls a little short of being a truly unique read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    The Duke and I: 3.5 stars The Viscount Who Loved Me: 3.75 stars An Offer From a Gentleman: 4 stars The characters get better - both the main and supporting ones - as the series progresses. I really enjoy the Bridgerton family scenes the best, and we get fairly few of those in the first book. I can't wait for book 4 and Colin/Penelope! The Duke and I: 3.5 stars The Viscount Who Loved Me: 3.75 stars An Offer From a Gentleman: 4 stars The characters get better - both the main and supporting ones - as the series progresses. I really enjoy the Bridgerton family scenes the best, and we get fairly few of those in the first book. I can't wait for book 4 and Colin/Penelope!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Susan Sieger

    An awesome read! I really enjoyed rereading these stories about the Bridgerton's. It's been a few years since I read these and decided I wanted to after watching The Duke and I on Netflix. It made me fall in love with these characters. I love Julia Quinn as an author, her books rock! I highly recommend this set! 👍👍👍👍❤❤❤❤ An awesome read! I really enjoyed rereading these stories about the Bridgerton's. It's been a few years since I read these and decided I wanted to after watching The Duke and I on Netflix. It made me fall in love with these characters. I love Julia Quinn as an author, her books rock! I highly recommend this set! 👍👍👍👍❤❤❤❤

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Tons of fun I have loved these books (1, 2 and 3). I love the family camaraderie, the principled and quick-witted characters and the twists of fate. The stories carry me along and I finish them smiling. They are also memorable, which I consider high praise, especially for a romance novel.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Illner

    A Cinderella story I had to get past the initial shock of the old tale. Then it became a beautiful love story. He had got terribly sick and needed help. She was the only person around to help. It was natural to develop true feelings and believe the story.

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