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wait-theres a follow up to the secret diaries of miss miranda cheever!omg

ill have to read that now...

i agree,i liked the lost duke more- i think it was all the humor...

and its fine

i loved the ending of secret diary of miss miranda cheever btw...just saying :smileyhappy:

 

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Cheyenne_Catina wrote:

wait-theres a follow up to the secret diaries of miss miranda cheever!omg

ill have to read that now...

i agree,i liked the lost duke more- i think it was all the humor...

and its fine

i loved the ending of secret diary of miss miranda cheever btw...just saying :smileyhappy:

 


 

Yes-the book is What Happens in London. It's about a minor character in the Secret Diaries of Miranda Cheever. I haven't read it myself, yet, but I'm sure it will be fabulous.

 

I agree-I do think there was more humor in the Lost Duke. I also liked the hero more. I think the fact that Mr. Cavendish, I Presume was taken from the perspective of the man who was maybe losing his title. It was just a bit harder to get into, especially since Jack's book (was that his name? It's been awhile since I've read it) came out first. He was really likable.


Cheyenne_Catina wrote:

wait-theres a follow up to the secret diaries of miss miranda cheever!omg

ill have to read that now...

i agree,i liked the lost duke more- i think it was all the humor...

and its fine

i loved the ending of secret diary of miss miranda cheever btw...just saying :smileyhappy:

 


 

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that might have been it idk, i really like julia quinn's books, there a great mix of humor and seriousness

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so this has movied on to pretty much all of her books. henceforth...

ive been reading her older books- and they are so funny.

what happens in london was also a great book, and i think 10 things i love about you is going to be very good indeed.

brighter than the sun was an extremely good book. i loved the dialogue...

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I have recently discovered Julia Quinn thanks to those on here who had sent me in her direction and I LOVE HER!!!!! I have read  The Duke and I, How to marry a marquis (My favorite so far), Minx, and Brighter than the sun. I will be picking up the viscount who loved me today. (I am trying to go in order.) I am so happy to have found her, she is one of my new favorites!

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ah, how wonderful to have all these Julia Quinns as new reads for you, Momof4. She is one of the best!

 

Her new book is coming out at the end of May:

 

Ten Things I Love about You 

 

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i think i am really going to enjoy this...in what happens in london i really like sebastien...so im happy that he gets his own book

great plot, i think, by the description at least :smileyhappy:

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Chyenne_Catina - Great post. The Bridgertons is one of my favorite series and introduced me to Julia Quinn- and I haven't looked back. She's definitely an auto-buy author for me. I've got The Things I Love About You pre-ordered and can't wait to read it. Seems like there's been a long while between Julia Quinn books. 

 

 

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well, i just got inrto her books last summer- but it does seem like there is a lot of time between what happens in london and ten things about you

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Melanie gave a link to this thread in the 'What BOOK ---' thread and I have to say thanks!

 

I am a new fan of Julia Quinn and can already say that I LOVE her.  I read What Happens in London late last year and quite enjoyed.  Then, a couple of weeks ago, I picked up and devoured The Viscount Who Loved Me - not realizing that it was the second in a series.  Once I realized there were seven more books about the Bridgerton siblings - I KNEW I wanted to read them!

 

Now I've read the first four books in the series and can not wait to read the next four.  Which I intend to do after I finish Nora Roberts' latest.

 

Thanks for reading my babble about my love for the fictional Bridgerton's.  :smileyhappy:

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Mommy-Read-Write wrote:

Melanie gave a link to this thread in the 'What BOOK ---' thread and I have to say thanks!

 

I am a new fan of Julia Quinn and can already say that I LOVE her.  I read What Happens in London late last year and quite enjoyed.  Then, a couple of weeks ago, I picked up and devoured The Viscount Who Loved Me - not realizing that it was the second in a series.  Once I realized there were seven more books about the Bridgerton siblings - I KNEW I wanted to read them!

 

Now I've read the first four books in the series and can not wait to read the next four.  Which I intend to do after I finish Nora Roberts' latest.

 

Thanks for reading my babble about my love for the fictional Bridgerton's.  :smileyhappy:


 

Hi Sheery - I'm glad you found your way here - The Bridgertons are favorites of mine, as you know. When you finish the series, there are some other series that are also great. Just ask any of us here - we each have our favs. Hope you enjoy The Search. Happy Reading & Welcome...

 

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