Rereading the Bridgertons – Romancing Mr. Bridgerton (book #4)by Julia Quinn


Romancing Mr Bridgerton

Title: Romancing Mr. Bridgerton (the Bridgertons, book #4)

Genre: Historical Romance/ Regency

Author: Julia Quinn

Publisher: Avon, reissue 2015

Source: Purchase

Pages: 384

Rating: 5

Sexy Rating: 5

Violence Rating: 0

Description from Amazon.com

Everyone knows that Colin Bridgerton is the most charming man in London . . .

Penelope Featherington has secretly adored her best friend’s brother for . . . well, it feels like forever. After half a lifetime of watching Colin Bridgerton from afar, she thinks she knows everything about him, until she stumbles across his deepest secret . . . and fears she doesn’t know him at all.

Colin Bridgerton is tired of being thought of as nothing but an empty-headed charmer, tired of the notorious gossip columnist Lady Whistledown, who can’t seem to publish an edition without mentioning him. But when Colin returns to London from a trip abroad, he discovers nothing in his life is quite the same—especially Penelope Featherington! The girl who was always simply there is suddenly the girl haunting his dreams. When he discovers that Penelope has secrets of her own, this elusive bachelor must decide . . . is she his biggest threat— or his promise of a happy ending?

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Yes, in this book you will learn the identity of Lady Whistledown.  That alone is reason to read #4 in the Bridgerton series.  Of course, the other reasons are that it is superbly plotted and full of romance and laughs and just all around happiness. I was a bit miffed at Colin’s stubbornness and jealousy. Penelope was a delight as she has been right along in this series. That they are both getting their HEA is just the cream on the sundae with a cherry on top.

Each offering in this series is not to be missed.  I hope by now that I have convinced you to read Julia Quinn’s Bridgertons, or perhaps I’m preaching to the choir and you have already read them. I’m on to the next, Eloise’s story in TO SIR WITH LOVE. The one thing I am discovering is that if I haven’t read a book in 4 or 5 years it is like a new book.  It must be my age.

( my keeper shelf copy did not contain the 2nd Epilogue that is available in newer additions.)

 

 

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