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Felizes para sempre by Nora Roberts is Contemporary Parker Brown sabe que subir ao chantry é um dos momentos mais extraordinários na. E Viveram Felizes para Sempre by Julia Quinn is Historical Alguns finais são apenas o começo Era uma vez uma família criada por uma. Title: E Viveram Felizes Para Sempre (Os Bridgertons. Page number ISSUU Downloader is a free to use tool for downloading any book or publication on.
Sun Mar 24, 8: First, it is about the two of them, and not someone else. I'm amazed - JQ even says in the notes before that everyone wanted to know what happened when Eloise discovers Penelope is Mrs. Holly Cried in the inside. The End. Katherine
It squeezed some tears out of me for sure. This epilogue was the reason I had this book on my buylist for over a year and the epilogue had been sitting in my buylist for much longer.
I love and adore the character of Michael Sterling so much. Him and Francesca have always stayed with me and were a fav of mine next to Benedict and Sophie. I initially wasn't really happy with their HEA because it seemed very abrupt and unfinished.
These two badly needed this 2nd shot and I'm glad that Quinn did it. Everything I wanted for these two happened in here and so beautifully and heartbreakingly so. You will most likely need tissues for this.
These two have been through so much so it was very heartwarming and fulfilling to see them find that happiness again. That scene between Francesca and Violet standing in the hallway nearly killed me.
I really adored Violet's part in this epilogue for many reasons. This really felt like a coming home for me because I was reminded once again what I loved so much about Michael and his love for Frannie. They are without a doubt the most intense and heartbreaking couple out of the bunch. Loved this! It's in His Kiss: But it was cute how frazzled a grown up Hyacinth was dealing with a 19 year old daughter who's a clone copy of herself.
I was charmed that he and Lucy ended up with 9 kids. LOL They have a little scare here when Lucy gives birth to twins and Gregory's reaction to it all broke my heart. It was strange seeing him as the grown up adult since I always saw him as the youngest boy in the family. His relationship with his children and wife was very touching and so sweet.
Their family is quite adorable. This also made me cry. But this surprised me in many ways. It doesn't just focus on her adult life but snippets of her as a girl and falling in love with Mr. Bridgerton, Edmund. I was really hoping Julia wouldn't include Edmund's death in this and she did. Naturally I cried buckets. Be warned you will need tissues!! That scene where she finds him killed me. Their love and life together was clearly one filled with pure happiness, delight and love.
I only wish I find a partner like that who always has something to smile and laugh about. It was sweet to see her always surrounded by her ever-growing family. I've always loved her individual relationships with her brood of 8.
This was a wonderful wrap up to wonderful series and it was bittersweet to say goodbye. I'm glad JQ decided to re-publish everything together because it was nice to see all the characters once again, it was almost like a Bridgerton family reunion. Jul I am torn about this book. On the one hand On the other hand As a book - well, part of me wants to own this as I own all the others in paper - but honestly, while I reread Anthony and Colin, I'd never pick this up again.
We'll see. Sequel is about Daphne, at 41, finding out she's pregnant, while her current "baby" is 16! Cute story, although we never find out what happens to George.
One of my all time favorite historical romances, and, IMO, the best of the series - a reread for me, often! This was my kind of "epilogue" - just silly and charming and completely related to the original book, featuring the subtle and fun violence related to Bridgerton Pall Mall and of course the Mallet of Death!
An Offer From a Gentleman: Cute, nice that Posey gets her own HEA. I do feel sorry that Benedict and Sophie are pretty well alienated from town and family and I don't think Sophie's right about her son's chances among the Ton when they are older - she's a bastard and that'll still matter, no matter what their last name is.
Romancing Mr. My second fave, also a reread on a regular basis for me. I'm amazed - JQ even says in the notes before that everyone wanted to know what happened when Eloise discovers Penelope is Mrs. Whistledown - yet here, when we are finally about to find out, the thunder is stolen by Hyacinth OMG is she annoying - and once again we are not able to actually witness Eloise finding out.
I felt quite cheated. To Sir Philip: Honestly, I have some memories of this book, but after this one I don't remember them at all.
I read them all, I own them all - but the first four were so much stronger, featured so much more familial interactions - that the last four were, for me, ordinary romances vs.
Bridgerton romances. So in this "epilogue" Eloise is barely in it, ditto Philip, as the story is told from the point of view of their daughter. It was ok, but kind of pointless. What I remember about this one was that it was dark and depressing and sad. Here, Francesca, who to me was always the missing Bridgerton, the one who was essentially absent in all the other books, is trying to be happy as her increasingly fertile siblings keep popping babies while she has none.
There is a lot of criticism about how baby-centric this book is. Today, it's totally find to not want to have children.
In the early s, not so much - what else was a woman to do if she didn't have kids? Her entire purpose was to procreate - not to work, not to do charity, to give her husband an heir and then raise those kids. When you are one of 8 and every sibling has a least a few kids - well, what else would Fran have wanted other than to be a mother as well?!
This was really a sweet story - but I do not understand why Violet never went to visit them? Why exactly did Francesca want to keep her condition and baby a secret? Not getting that, but still, very sweet and nice wrap up to her book - I think this was probably one of the better stories in this collection.
It's In His Kiss: No recollection at all of this book, even after reading the epilogue - diamonds?
Nope, sorry, no idea! Maybe need to reread? Anyway, this was cute and I think fit the feel of Hy's book - but I'm sorry, Isabella? Unless she's mentally defective, it makes no sense that at her age, she would still think "yes, I found an entire set of diamond jewelry but I'll keep it a secret, no one should know about this, and one day I'll be able to wear them and no one, parents included, will wonder where they came from.
Again, no real recollection of this book other than I do remember the epilogue. And honestly, I think it is dumb that Gregory and Lucy would have named all the kids after his sibs - knowing full well that they would probably run out of kids befor they ran out of names, which is insulting to the not-named sibs, in my opinion.
And then doesn't. The End. Not sure I get why exactly, but whatever. The ending was sweet, but it is sad to think that at 37 Violet's life ended - she lived for nothing more than her kids. She deserved a second chance at love and life apart from her kids.
And I do wonder - the masked man at the ball Or just a pointless scene?
Not sure. So, there you go - a very long recap of what some refer to as a love letter to Bridgerton fans. If you've not read the series you'll be bored - but still sweet and glad I read it. Review - I really really loved this book. When I finish Regency romances, not just those of Quinn but also of Stephanie Laurens, I always want to know about their married life and children and this selection gives an insight into those sections.
I loved the Bridgerton series when I first read it and I still love it now.
It was very clever how Quinn left a little something out of the end of each novel to enable her to then write and publish this collection. Without giving too much away, this made me roll around on the floor laughing, but also brought tears to my eyes in parts, particularly the Violet novella.
I was particularly fond of the little Violet novella in this collection, and I also loved Hyacinth's story; how she finally found the hidden gems. I love how even in these very short stories the essence of the characters is still there. I was in desperate need of this collection. The epic pall mall rematch and the entire When He Was Wicked 2nd epilogue damn Francesca and Michael for always making me cry!
The heartachingly beautiful novella all about Violet Bridgerton was another standout. Please check all prices before buying, prices correct at time of publication. I enjoyed all the additional epilogues. I especially liked the story about Violet and Edmund. I picked this up after reading all the second epilogues because I did not want to miss the final bonus, Violet's novella with a little bit of her bittersweet backstory.
All chapters were good, adding a little something to each Bridgerton book, some more romantic, others with a drop of sadness, still a nice complement and final goodbye to the series. Como disse no instagram De certeza que vou adorar e posso dizer que adorei mesmo.
Houve alguns que me provocaram um grande bocejo. I seem to be in the minority, but I really disliked this book! Some of the epilogues were ok not good but readable but some were embarrassingly bad The story is about and narrated by Amanda Sir Philip's daughter. It starts out fine, but then the story ends so abruptly that I actually thought my Kindle might have been screwed up and I was missing pages! The story was incredibly pointless and when trying to come up with a way to describe it in this review, the words "abysmal" and "horrendous" repeatedly came to mind.
I'm also annoyed with the emphasis that having children is the only way a couple lives "happily ever after" and in the case of so many romance novels, no less than half a dozen children will do! So considering this, I felt Hyacinth's epilogue was probably the best and had all the stories been as well written and thought out, this would have been a very successful collection of epilogues for me, but unfortunately it was a painful read and the only reasons I DNF were that I held out hope that the stories would get better and Julia Quinn would redeem herself AND that I actually bought this book which I rarely do thinking that it would be worth the cost after having invested so much time reading the entire Bridgerton series.
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