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  • Hardcover
  • ISBN-10: 1616646071
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616646073
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.6 x 2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,871,382 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Julia Quinn started writing her first book one month after finishing college and has been tapping away at her keyboard ever since. She is the author of award-winning historical romance novels, including the New York Times bestselling Bridgerton series which begins with The Duke and I. Other titles in this series are: The Viscount Who Loved Me, An Offer from a Gentleman, Romancing Mr Bridgerton, To Sir Phillip, With Love, When He Was Wicked, It's in His Kiss and On the Way to the Wedding. She is also the author of a number of standalone titles, including: The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever and Mr Cavendish, I Presume. She is a graduate of Harvard and Radcliffe colleges and lives with her family in Colorado.

Please visit her on the web at www.juliaquinn.com

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By P. Dhinsa VINE VOICE on 4 Jun. 2010
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If like me you are a Julia Quinn fan you will HAVE to read this book because you will have already devoured all her other books, but I didn't think that this book was that great, compared to some of her other novels.
The plot is centred around Sebastion Grey who we have met before and is a twenty-nine year old gorgeous 'rake'. Sebastion will become an earl if his old and rather horrid uncle (the current earl) dies without producing a male heir.
Enter, Annabel Winslow, the oldest of eight children who is in London for the season. She must find a rich husband so that she can support her family. The Earl soon sets his sights on her as a potential wife, who will give him the heir he so needs. She in return would be able to support her family, but she is repulsed by this lecherous old man.
However when Sebastion and Annabel meet, they have an obvious attraction with each other but things can never be simple in love.
ISSUES KEEPING LOVERS APART:Annabel needs a rich husband and Sebastion appears not to be that wealthy, Sebastion himself is in no hurry to marry, and add to this the fact that Sebastion and his Uncle can't stand the sight of each other but Annabel's grandparents are friends of the earl and back his proposal.
What follows is entertaining but not that exciting, I found it a little slow and the romance between Sebastion and Annabel was not that convincing. The scene near the end with the Uncle in the bedroom was a little too farce-like. Maybe I've just read too many of these Quinn regency novels and I'm getting too picky...if you read this as one of your first Julia Quinn novels you'll probably enjoy it alot more than someone like me. I've been waiting for a book that is as good as her brilliant 'When he was Wicked', this is not!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Detra Fitch VINE VOICE on 7 Jun. 2010
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Set in London, 1822. Annabel Winslow is staying with her grandparents, Lord and Lady Vickers, in London for The Season. She hopes to find a husband rich enough to bring financial support for her family and ease her mother's burdens. Her grandparents are determined she would wed the Earl of Newbury, a horrid, portly man who is actively seeking a bride to beget an heir with. Lord Newbury's son died a year prior. Unless a new heir is born, Lord Newbury's title and wealth would go to Sebastian Grey, the nephew he deeply despises. Since Lord Newbury is in his late sixties, he has no time to lose. Of course, Annabel knows the slimy old man is interested in her because the females of her family have all proven extremely fertile. It has become a jest among the mature gentry that the birds begin singing whenever Annabel walks by. If only Lord Newbury's gaze did not make her skin crawl.

Sebastian Grey is not eager for his uncle's title or wealth, though the money would be convenient. Most believe Sebastian has little money to call his own. However, unknown by even his closest friends, Sebastian has a secret income. Due to his insomnia, caused by memories of being a sniper in the war, Sebastian writes outrageous gothic novels. They are published pseudonymously and over the last few years have become all the rage.

When Sebastian meets Annabel, he has no idea that she is his uncle's latest victim...uh wife-to-be. Annabel becomes the object of both their affections. Soon Annabel must choose between her family's livelihood and the man she has come to love.

***** FIVE STARS! To read a book by Julia Quinn is always a pleasure. This story overflows with Quinn's signature talents. ONE: The characters are very well developed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Toodles Book Club on 21 Mar. 2013
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Review taken from my Blog post (#36) after borrowing the book from the local library:

Always a pleasure to read Julia Quinn, but here are 10 things I loved about this book:

Full of witt
Savvy buxom heroine
A completely adorable and funny hero
A twist in the tale
Bumbling fool who gets his comeuppance.
A wonderful grandmother
Gossips a plenty
A great set of sub-characters
It made me smile

For me a 4 **** Star read, she is so easy to get along with, I want Miss Quinn as a BFF!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Book Gannet TOP 500 REVIEWERTOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Jun. 2010
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The Earl of Newbury needs an heir. That is, he already has one, but since his son died a year ago, his nephew Sebastian Grey stands to inherit everything. Charming, handsome and intelligent, Sebastian has no idea why his uncle despises him, but the feeling is entirely mutual. So when his sixty-something-year-old uncle begins searching for a wife, he doesn't care. It's not like he wants to be an earl anyway. He has far more important things to be doing. Luckily for him.

Unluckily for Annabel Winslow, the oldest of eight and freshly brought to town in search of a husband that can help support them, the earl has decided she'll make a fine, fertile bride. What matter if Newbury's in his sixties, every girl would love to be a rich countess... wouldn't she?

Packed with wit and elegance, with a touch of face, the estimable Julia Quinn resturs with another Regency romp. After his scene-stealing antics in What Happens in London as a hero Sebastian doesn't disappoint. With a hint of darkness beneath his devil-may-care façade, he's flirtatious and fun, and always happy to help out any damsels in distress.

Which is fortunate for Annabel. If ever there was a distressing situation for a damsel to be in, it's the prospect of marrying Newbury. The earl is suitably repulsive, and Annabel's grandparents hideously pushy - though her grandmother has moments of comic genius. Annabel's only forms of solace are her sweet cousin, Louisa, and her new friendship with Lady Olivia, cousin-by-marriage to a certain Sebastian Grey.

Tripping lightly through the London Season, with trips to the opera and a house party for variety, this tale sparkles from start to finish.
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