Romancing Mister Bridgerton Hardcover – 1 January 2003
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- Publisher : Avon (1 January 2003)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 370 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0739425358
- ISBN-13 : 978-0739425350
- Item Weight : 454 g
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Must-read for all the reasons you can think of. This is romance at it's best. Loved it!
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Colin, the third Bridgerton sibling is the centre of this particular novel, but, actually, he isn't.
The central character, the one I was rooting for, especially since I had come to love her in the last three books, Penelope Featherington, and her story, stole the show!
Penelope has spent most of her life being shuffled around behind her two older sisters, slightly plump, with that unfashionable red hair, she spends her seasons being dressed in inappropriately coloured clothing, making her the laughing stock of the 'Ton.
Now at the ripe old age of eight and twenty, she is considered one of the spinsters, as her older sisters have secured their husbands, and her younger, more conventionally attractive sister is now the one in the eyes of the suitors.
She's quite happy to be in the background. A true wallflower. At least no one else will notice her unrequited love...
Colin, meanwhile, a childhood friend of Penelope, one of the Bridgerton crew, and all-round 'nice' guy, finds himself developing feelings for her.
Oh, it was great how they got their happily ever after, and there was another HUGE reveal within this book!
Such fun! I would have finished it sooner if it wasn't for this dang Lockdown, and work commitments!
Can't wait... bring it on Book 5!
Colin is the third brother and as in all the other books it follows his progress in finding a wife.
These books are well written and may be read as stand alone stories, but it is better if the series is read from the start as you get to know the family, their position in society and friendships. Their mother has one aim in life to see all of her children married...
These books have been adapted and made into a Netflix series. Don’t expect a faithful adaptation, either read these books or see Netflix, but don’t do them together, or you may find it frustrating!!
I picked up this series after seeing the television series and being intrigued by the Colin/Penelope romance, I waded through the previous books and was hopefull this would live up to it's promise, reader, it does not.
Not only does Colin lose all personality and mischief, he becomes as boorish and "alpha" as every other male lead of the series.
"The big reveal" was ridiculous, we never see the repercussions of being Lady Whistledown and there was simply so much that could have been done with this story line. The author chose the most boring line imaginable.
So much could have been done with Penelope too, why does she have to lose a stone to be marriage worthy ? She was perhaps the most interesting character and her whole personality was reduced to nothing. We don't really know why Penelope decides to print her work and we never find out what she felt about her succes or about her "retirement". It's brushed over so quickly, I was left disapointed and I doubt I will read the rest of the series.
As always the writing is mediocre at best with the dialogue being especially clunky, disjointed and silly, I can usually get past that if the story and characters are good enough. In this case, they weren't.