This month’s fiction book for Edge of the Crowd’s Bookclub isThe Viscount Who Loved Me, the second novel in Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series.
Quinn’sBridgertonseries tracks the lives of the eight Bridgerton siblings, a wealthy family in nineteenth-century society London. As the queen of the romance genre, Quinn dedicates herself to finding love for each of the alphabetically named siblings, beginning with Daphne inThe Duke and I.
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The Viscount Who Loved Mefollows the adventures of the eldest son of the Bridgerton family, Anthony, as he searches for love in London high society.
Introduced in the first novel as a loveable rake, we meet the Viscount Anthony as a betrothed man in the second novel. Will this reformed rake settle down? Or will he continue to set the fans of London’s eligible young women fluttering? Will we find out what a Viscount actually is?
With the second season of Bridgerton to be released on Netflix on the 25thof March, it is the perfect time to reacquaint ourselves with Quinn’s world of ballrooms and loveable rogues.
The Viscount Who Loved Me was released in 2000, and further details can be found onQuinn's website
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