Bridgerton: On The Way To The Wedding (Bridgertons Book 8): Inspiration for the Netflix Original Series Bridgerton (Bridgerton Family) Paperback – 4 February 2021
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The eighth of Julia Quinn's bestselling and beloved Bridgerton novels, now a series created by Shonda Rhimes for Netflix.
Unlike most men of his acquaintance, Gregory Bridgerton is a firm believer in true love.
He has reason to be: all seven of his siblings are happily married, so Gregory figures he is just biding his time until the right woman comes along. And so when he sees Hermione Watson, he knows with every fibre of his being, that she is meant to be his.
But through Hermione's closest - and slightly less beautiful - friend, Lucy Abernathy, he finds out that Hermione is desperately in love with another man. Sadly, by the time Gregory figures out the right girl is actually the wrong girl, and the right girl was Lucy all along, it's too late. Lucy is to marry another!
Now - on the way to the wedding - Gregory must figure out how to thwart the nuptials and convince Lucy that she was always meant to be his . . .
'Quinn is a master of historical romance' Entertainment Weekly
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- Publisher : Piatkus (4 February 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0349429499
- ISBN-13 : 978-0349429496
- Item Weight : 240 g
- Dimensions : 12.4 x 2.2 x 19.2 cm
- Country of Origin : United Kingdom
- Best Sellers Rank: #96,446 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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It wasn't bad as I had been afraid it might be, with high expectations and all. Great plot and romance and the meet-cutes, all in place. Gregory Bridgerton though is not as well-defined as his brothers and he's right in suspecting that he isn't as heroic as they are. But towards the end, just as he is coming up to mark, Lucy, the wonderful tenacious Lucy, says to Lord Haselby, who has been established as NOT being interested in women, and from whom she herself has just escaped most fortunately, 'But do you still wish for a wife? Because I could help you find one, once I'm settled that is.'
A heroine I had rooted for and liked throughout the book suddenly changes and emerges as this cruel woman, who is happy to make another woman a victim of a loveless, sexless marriage. Why? It was a terrible betrayal. I wish it could be edited and got rid of, because it leaves such a bad taste in the mouth. The rest of the book pales in comparison to this huge let down. At least for me it did. Lucy Abernathy transformed in a space of minutes from heroine to antagonist. Not a way to remember the last Bridgerton book.
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All in all, very satisfactory end to the series. I will now check out the second epilogue in "The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After."