Family matters: listen to more in the Bridgerton series.
©2007 Julie Cotler Pottinger; (P)2007 HarperCollins Publishers
This is only one chapture, and does not appear to have anything to do with the story.
At this point, I am questioning if I will affert being ripped off like this.
I would edit in a full story.
Shame on you.
Took me away for a while,when real life was being a pain .Had some laughs and knew the characters.Would love to find more epilogue shorts but I think I enjoyed this so much I bought and listened to them all.
a continuation of characters I knew and liked and missed when I finished the book
I'm not sure if I heard before but liked this performance.
To Julia Quinn ,don't ever stop writing .
It was so exciting to see the Bridgerton series epilogues. I have enjoyed this series, and sometimes you want to know what happened after "the end". The only negative is the nararrator. I so enjoyed Simon Prebble with the other Bridgerton books, so to have a change was disappointing. As for the follow up story, A-plus !!
I think either experience would be perfect, but the audio version certainly helped to lighten this afternoon for me.
The whole Croquet scene.
Well read, and did not in any way detract from how good a story teller I know Julia Quinn actually is. I would enjoy hearing Kevan read other things.
I want to be a member of this family!
Highly enjoyable, and I think I will now get more of the Julia Quinn audibles.
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