A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith Quartet #2)
Pages no: 373
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
Well, good that that's over.
My, this one took forever to get through. Like I abandoned it for three days because I was bored with it. The main characters were nice but downright generic which was sad for me because I really wanted to like Daniel, the exiled brother who had returned yet most of the time I found him much too... ...
Daniel Smythe-Smith has just returned to England after hiding out in France and Italy because of a duel gone bad. On the night he returns he finds a performance of the Smythe-Smith quartet in his home. As to not upset the productions Daniel hides out and notices Anne Wynter. Ms. Wynter is the govern...
3.5 starsAlthough Julia's Quinn's Bridgerton series is written with great undertones of humor, this book seemed more broadly funny than any other books of hers that I can remember.It starts off with Daniel Smythe-Smith drunkenly and accidentally winning a hand of cards. Accidentally, because Daniel...
Not my favorite Julia Quinn's book. I am very interested to find out more about Hugh though.
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