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Daphne, anticipating that he might someday change his mind, takes the letters and hides them, but when she offers them to Simon at the end of the book, he decides not to open them. Readers wanted to know what was in the letters, but I must confess: I did not.
What interested me was what it would take to make Simon want to read them… Start reading from The Duke and I, Book 1 in the Bridgerton series. They are viciously competitive and completely dismissive of the rules, having long since decided that the only thing better than winning is making sure your siblings lose. When it came time to revisit the characters from this book, I knew it had to be at a Pall Mall rematch.
Where Rosamund was malicious and unkind, Posy had a heart of gold, and when the story reached its climax, she was the one who risked everything to save the day. It seems only fair that she, too, would get her happy ending… Start reading from An Offer from a Gentleman, Book 3 in the Bridgerton series. I had long wanted to try my hand at writing in the first person, so I decided to see the world through the eyes of a grown-up Amanda.
She was going to fall in love, and Phillip and Eloise were going to have to watch it happen. Their love story had been so moving and so complete that I felt I had closed the book on them, so to speak. But in the end, I agreed with readers: Hyacinth deserved to find those diamonds… eventually. In the case of On the Way to the Wedding, the question I heard the most post-publication was: What did Gregory and Lucy name all those babies? The hero and heroine have pledged their love, and it is clear that this happy ending will be forever.
So romance series are instead collections of spin-offs, with secondary characters returning to star in their own novels, and previous protagonists popping by occasionally when needed. Rarely does an author get the chance to take a character and watch her grow over many books. This was what made Violet Bridgerton so special. When she first appeared in The Duke and I, she was a fairly two-dimensional, standard regency mama.
But over the course of eight books, she became so much more. With each Bridgerton novel, something new was revealed, and by the time I finished On the Way to the Wedding, she had become my favorite character in the series.
But I, too, wanted to learn more about Violet, and it was a labor of love to write.
Romancing Mister Bridgerton: The Epilogue II
Biography[ edit ] Julie Pottinger was raised primarily in New England, although she spent much of her time in California after her parents divorced. Her father disagreed with her choices of reading material, Sweet Dreams and the Sweet Valley High books, and told her she could keep reading them only if she could prove that they were good for her. She promptly told him that she was studying them in order to write one herself. Challenged to prove that she meant her statement, Pottinger sat down at their early computer and wrote her first two chapters.
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