Compared to the excitement of the first three novels in the series, this one is slow, boring and repetitive. Disappointed.
Not as good as 1-3
By Jodie Paul
The relationship in this story didn’t come as naturally as the others and was far less believable. Penelope’s character was a bit too infatuated and when they fell in love seem unconvincing and a bit boring. It might be closer to a “real life” scenario but that’s not why I read books. I found Penelope to be annoyingly pathetic. The least entertaining book so far...
I enjoyed this book as much as the last 3. The author has really taken the time to build the world for me and I find myself rather obsessed with all the little details. I love when a book has continuity and I can recall a certain thing from a previous book that shows up in a new one. A wonderful love story that I could connect with and really enjoy. Onto the next!
Loved as much as the others
I love how all of the stories fit together. This one is as good as the last three. I can’t stop reading them. Any bit of free time I have is devoted to this series. You will not be disappointed.
It’s Colin Bridgerton’s turn to find love and she’s been hiding in plain sight for a while. There are so many surprises in this one, and delightful ones at that.
Every time I think I read the best of the series I find that I am mistaken. Colin and Penelope’s sweet love story was so intriguing I couldn’t stop reading which resulted in my being up until 4:30a.m. It was Will worth it. So now I’ll take a much needing nap
Favorite JQ book
This was my first Julia Quinn book and I loved it! Her cleaver writing and beautiful family storyline made me a fan!