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Sometimes you fall in love with exactly the person you think you should. Or not. There is only one Rokesby Billie absolutely cannot tolerate, and that is George. He may be the eldest heir to the earldom, but he's arrogant, annoying and she's absolutely certain he detests her. Which is perfectly convenient, as she can't stand the sight of him, either.

But sometimes fate has a wicked sense of humour. Because when Billie and George are quite literally thrown together, a whole new sort of sparks begins to fly. And when these lifelong adversaries finally kiss, they just might discover that the one person they can't abide is the one person they can't live without. The two families have been neighbors for centuries, and as a child the tomboyish Billie ran wild with Edward and Andrew. Either one would make a perfect husband Sometimes you fall in love with exactly the person you think you should He may be the eldest and heir to the earldom, but he's arrogant, annoying, and she's absolutely certain he detests her.

But sometimes fate has a wicked sense of humor And when these lifelong adversaries finally kiss, they just might discover that the one person they can't abide is the one person they can't live without Everyone knows that Colin Bridgerton is the most charming man in London. Penelope Featherington has secretly adored her best friend's brother for. After half a lifetime of watching Colin Bridgerton from afar, she thinks she knows everything about him, until she stumbles across his deepest secret.

Colin Bridgerton is tired of being thought of as nothing but an empty-headed charmer, tired of the notorious gossip columnist Lady Whistledown, who can't seem to publish an edition without mentioning him. But when Colin returns to London from a trip abroad, he discovers nothing in his life is quite the sameespecially Penelope Featherington! The girl who was always simply there is suddenly the girl haunting his dreams. When he discovers that Penelope has secrets of her own, this elusive bachelor must decide. Sophie Beckett never dreamed shed be able to sneak into Lady Bridgertons famed masquerade ballor that Prince Charming would be waiting there for her!

Though the daughter of an earl, Sophie has been relegated to the role of servant by her disdainful stepmother. But now, spinning in the strong arms of the debonair and devastatingly handsome Benedict Bridgerton, she feels like royalty. Alas, she knows all enchantments must end when the clock strikes midnight. Who was that extraordinary woman? Ever since that magical night, a radiant vision in silver has blinded Benedict to the attractions of any otherexcept, perhaps, this alluring and oddly familiar beauty dressed in housemaids garb whom he feels compelled to rescue from a most disagreeable situation.

He has sworn to find and wed his mystery miss, but this breathtaking maid makes him weak with wanting her. Yet, if he offers her his heart, will Benedict sacrifice his only chance for a fairy tale love? Sophie Beckett never dreamed she'd be able to sneak into Lady Bridgerton's famed masquerade ball-or that Prince Charming would be waiting there for her! Ever since that magical night, a radiant vision in silver has blinded Benedict to the attractions of any other-except, perhaps, this alluring and oddly familiar beauty dressed in housemaid's garb whom he feels compelled to rescue from a most disagreeable situation.

And in all truth, why should he? When it comes to playing the consummate rake, nobody does it better Anthony Bridgerton hasn't just decided to marry--he's even chosen a wife! The only obstacle is his intended's older sister, Kate Sheffield--the most meddlesome woman ever to grace a London ballroom.

The spirited schemer is driving Anthony mad with her determination to stop the betrothal, but when he closes his eyes at night, Kate's the woman haunting his increasingly erotic dreams Contrary to popular belief, Kate is quite sure that reformed rakes to not make the best husbands--and Anthony Bridgerton is the most wicked rogue of them all. Kate's determined to protect her sister--but she fears her own heart is vulnerable. It happens to Benedict Bridgerton when he sees the beauty in silver gown with radiant smile at the Bridgerton' Stepback cover "I can live with you hating me," he said to the closed door.

It happens to Benedict Bridgerton when he sees the beauty in silver gown with radiant smile at the Bridgerton's masquerade ball party. He doesn't know who she is, except that she's the only guest in the party who doesn't know his identity even with mask everyone still able to recognized the Bridgertons. She also doesn't know how to dance. But it feels like magic when he talks to her, when he teach her how to dance, when he kiss her.. Sophie runs when the clock strikes midnight. She's back to reality as a nobleman's bastard daughter and also a maid.

She knew the entire evening has been a lie. But she'll always remember the tall and handsome gentleman who has made her feel like a princess. Her charming prince is out of reach. She might not see him again but she'll always has her memory. So I thought I knew what would likely to happen next.

She left her shoe, he would have search for her and finally find her with a stepmother and two stepsisters. The shoe fits for her only and they will live HEA. I was wrong. Benedict search for her, but he couldn't find her. Benedict loves the mysterious woman, but he doesn't even know her. Then Sophie walks into his life as a maid and their romance stands up in the middle of passion, secrets, and memories. It broke my heart to see Benedict's struggling with his own feeling, torns between what he feels for Sophie and the mysterious lady without knowing he's falling in love with the same woman twice.

And poor Sophie. She loves Benedict but she realizes he can't marry her. The last thing she wants is to become mistress and has child born in shame, just like her. The road to HEA was not easy at all for them. There's Benedict's love to the mysterious woman which he must let go, Sophie's secrets to be revealed, and most important of all is their love is forbidden. This book gave us a piece of truth about what could have happened at the time if two people from different social classes fall in love.

They couldn't marry and everything would still be alright. There are consequences they must accept and sacrifices they must make. I adored this love story, truly a beautiful one.

A fairytale with some pieces of reality. Very touching but still have some humors. What I loved most with the Bridgertons series is that it was not just about love and passion, but also about love and family. Look into my eyes. He twirled her in circles and spirals around the terrace, slowly at first, then picking up speed, until she was breathless and giddy.

And all the while, her eyes remained locked on his. Sophie stumbled, but she never took her eyes off his. As much as I enjoyed it, I think this was my least favorite of the series. View 2 comments. Whenever reading a Julia Quinn novel, it's always an all nighter for me! Forget the family, forget dinner? The only thing that would get my eyes unglued from the pages, would be a life and death emergency. An Offer from a Gentleman has characters that are full of spunk and fire.

This was the perfect Cinderella story that is tried and true. Except in this Cinderella story she is able to keep her wits about herself and remain practical except when both our hero and Cinderella come in contact with Whenever reading a Julia Quinn novel, it's always an all nighter for me! Except in this Cinderella story she is able to keep her wits about herself and remain practical except when both our hero and Cinderella come in contact with one another.

It offers an interesting twist on the original love story in which there is always a twist. Benedict and Sophia are both such lovable characters. Sophie and Benedict were both seeking the loves they felt was unattainable. This novel was fun, adventurous and absolutely heart-racing. Quinn really paid attention to every small detail and while reading I feel myself being taken to another time and place and I would hate to be the family member to disturb such a time.

There was great attention to the characters self worth. I loved how tough Sophie was and how smart she was and at the same time show how utterly naughty Benedict was. In summary this story was a great fairytale. View all 3 comments. Apr 17, Melisa rated it really liked it. Julie Andrews will be the voice of Lady Whistledown in the Netflix series!

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Jun 23, [Aengell] rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-romance. This is magic in it's true form, and it's the main reason why people read. I know that many of my friends here on Goodreads don't like stories where the hero and heroine fall in love at first sight, but when I read a story like this one, I can say exactly why I love this theme. It just has to be done in the most realistic way, and only very few authors capture a realistic angle.

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But Julia Quinn? Obviously we have a take on the Cinderella fairytale, and the author did a perfect job. We have everything essential to the original story, but added to it two realistic, human main characters and authentic side characters not to mention that the side characters are mostly all the other Bridgertons, who are all adorable in their own way. Sophie and Benedict are my favourite couple so far, and although this is only the third in the series that I've read, I must warn the other Bridgertons that once I find my faves, I don't let them go easily.

Truly, Benedict couldn't have been more adorable. He's not only deeply caring, affectionate, funny in a laid-back way and highly emotional, he's so much more. The perfect Prince Charming without being anything resembling boring. Sophie was the perfect heroine, and I sympathized with her and admired her strength and her beliefs in her principles. The story was enticing, cute, adorable, and all in all everything a romance should be.

Even Sophie's hidden identity kept me awake at night, despite the fact that the plot is well-known. View all 12 comments. I'm rather smitten with this family. The Bridgertons are quite the bunch. I adore them all! Benedict and Sophie's story will warm your heart. It did mine. I haven't entertained a Cinderella themed loved story in ages. It was lovely to get one through the eyes of Benedict and Sophie. She is a wonderful narrator and is doing a fabulous job with this series.

On one faithful night Benedict Bridgerton fell in love with a masked woman in silver at no less then at a masquerade ball. She took his breathe away, and stole his heart when the clock stuck midnight and she ran away never to been seen again by him. Sophie and Benedict have to overcome a large gap in social status and revealing truths in order to reach their happy ever after.. An Offer From a Gentleman had a darker tone then other JQ books, with not a lot of laughs or wisecracks that usually a trademark of her works, but still is able to send a deep message across, that had me reading this book non-stop.

Benedict was trying to find himself, being a middle child out of a famous family; he found it a headache, mostly dishearting to always be called Second or The Second Bridgerton. Trying to break the mold those of the ton have placed him in. Throughout the book you see Benedict flourishes, becoming and finding himself. He was charming and sometimes heartbreaking, it torn at my heart as he deals with his feelings toward Sophie and his masked lady in silver.

The love between the two were so heartbreaking sweet and breath taking, the love scene was sizzling! While both were great, I felt the true bump in a other wise perfect story was the fact of Benedict forcing the issue of the Sophia, a maid becoming his mistress. While Sophia kept the truth of her being the masked lady in silver and secret for so long.


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I felt both were at fault for their actions and as it was dragged out throughout the story, I became frustrated with them for not telling the truth and have more respect. The Bridgerton sisters were more in the forefront this time around, giving the reader glimpses of themselves with their lighthearted moments. Overall: a deeper and a more serious story, with a look at social class in a time where there were major gaps between peers and servants. Finding one self, breaking the mold and grabbing happiness and love with both hands and finding a fairy tale happy ever after with the one you love.

View all 16 comments. I like Julia Quinn, I really do, but this was not her finest moment. This book was so And the hero was such an ASS. On the plus side, it was nice that the heroine was not from conventional society, she is the bastard daughter of an earl, raised as his ward until his death, at which point she is Cinderella to the evil stepmother and two step-sisters.

She even secretly goes to a ball, meets the hero, an I like Julia Quinn, I really do, but this was not her finest moment. She even secretly goes to a ball, meets the hero, and then flees at midnight. I really liked the fairytale aspect and had high hopes for the book at that point. That was before I knew the hero was going to turn out to be an ass. The hero is the second Bridgerton son, Benedict. The heroine is Sophia Sophie Beckett. They meet, they fall in love, she flees, they don't see each other for years, she finds work as a housemaid, he saves her from rape and catches cold while rescuing her, she nurses him back to health in a little "cottage" he happens to own yeah, got the hurt-comfort going both ways there , he teases her mercilessly, she falls in love with him all over again.

Well, so far so good - it's a little tedious, a little blah, but not SO bad. They start making out on the forest floor, and this is where is all goes wrong. Our Sophie, being a bastard child herself, has vowed to never ever have sex out of wedlock, since she cannot bring her own horrid fate on her child. He invites her to be his mistress, and want for nothing.

She turns him down. He continues to push the issue. This is where he becomes an ass. He says "well surely you can't expect me to marry you! More events unfold until the inevitable denouement, which I'm sure you can guess, though I will not reveal all for those few who may be surprised. By this time I was so completely disgusted with him that I couldn't possibly be happy for them. Hmm I was going to give this 2 stars, but I just got so worked up writing this review, remembering how awful he was to her, how he pressured her relentlessly for sex They fell in love in one night.

Only for her to disappear at midnight to never be heard again. Two years later a sassy maid make Benedict heart beat again. Along with an unusual friendship they also fall in love. But not only they are from different social circles and that was apparently a huge thing in the 4,5 Gentle Stars Benedict yes, the second brother. But not only they are from different social circles and that was apparently a huge thing in the regency but he is still waiting for the mysterious girl in silver who stole his heart two years ago.

Sophie knows she can never tell him that she is the girl in silver. But as their love grows she knows he will eventually find out. But when it comes down to it: how can their love ever work, when secrets threaten to come out and their different worlds keep crashing? Rating: 4,5 Stars Storyline: As always an amazingly heartwarming and epic romance. Sweet, engaging and wonderfully written. Again, a wonderful couple that fought for their love way more than the others before, and just for that, they made this book an amazing story to read.

Steam: Meh. HEA: view spoiler [Yes. Oct 22, Jacob Proffitt rated it did not like it Shelves: audiobook , romance , steamy. This is third in the Bridgertons series. Couples from the first two show up and some events are referenced and there are definite winks at those who have read the others. In all, I recommend reading these in order. Normally, I'd snark about skipping this one because it sucks, but I'm a definite outlier in that opinion.

Most of my GR friends rated this very high so you might want to take this review with a grain of salt. Or more. I'll admit that I'm relieved that my problem isn't related to the Ci This is third in the Bridgertons series. I'll admit that I'm relieved that my problem isn't related to the Cinderella pattern overlaying the story. I expected that to warp the story more than it did but it was relatively benign, all told. Like Cinderella, Sophie's defining characteristic is being a victim. Her life sucks and that's largely due to having suck parents.

Her step-mother is a complete monster but her father wasn't a gem, either. The story breaks from the Cinderella mold about there. There's a costume ball where she loses an article of clothing that gives a clue to her identity and then we're done with the fairy tale. Benedict doesn't use it to track her down, her situation changes and Quinn pretty much forges her own story from there. This is not a bad thing, except that I had hoped for a bit more cheerful good will and kindness and that's not Sophie. She feels every bit of the injustice done her.

She's not a complainer or anything, but man her life sucked and being cheerful in the face of that would have been expecting a bit much. Benedict, on the other hand, is not a prince, is not charming, and spends most of the story bullying Sophie to get what he wants. He has a single act of humanity view spoiler [saving her from being raped hide spoiler ] , but that's not so much to his credit as it is kind of the baseline of what I'd expect from a human being witnessing her plight.

And it's all downhill from there. He has zero compassion and less empathy and is forever thundering around manipulating and whining to get his own way. I kept waiting for a light to go off in his head for every new thing he learns about Sophie's life so far. In vain, it turns out. Exacerbating this empathy hole is the power differential between the two characters. It'd be one thing if he were being all demandy of someone who could reasonably stand up to him, but Sophie doesn't have that power.

She has literally nobody in her corner and yet he feels perfectly justified forcing her to his will, up to and including threatening to turn her in for theft if she doesn't comply. A theft, by the way, that he'd be making up. So it's not enough to threaten to leave her in the middle of nowhere with no money or even spare clothing. No, he has to threaten being transported to some hideous place like Australia. Frankly, I'm thinking she'd get the better end of the deal if she had made him carry through.

There's got to be someone non-horrible in Australia and heaven knows that she has nothing keeping her in England. I finished the last half of this in a kind of hate-fueled fugue. I should have dnf'd. I knew I should have. But I kept going. I do like the Bridgerton family and Violet the mom continues to shine, here. Her empathy and support and love was the one bright light in this otherwise blighted story. A note about Steamy : There's a single explicit sex scene and a couple that were nearly there. So this is light on my steam tolerance. I kind of hated every intimate advance, however, because Benedict is such a complete snotrag.

How can she even stand being around the man, let alone kissing him? Jan 12, Karen rated it liked it. I will start by saying that I did end up really liking this story by the end. But, I did have quite of few issues with it along the way. First of all, it's one thing to create a "Cinderella story" and quite another to practically copy one. In fact, the story was so close to the original that I nearly put it down several times.

I only kept going, because I was curious where she would take it, and because I've really enjoyed the series so far and hoped to continue 3. I only kept going, because I was curious where she would take it, and because I've really enjoyed the series so far and hoped to continue it.

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Be mine forever. I'll give you anything you want. All I want in return is you. Kristin Salazar. Sere , if you have HEA in epub will you please send me a copy at skristin gmail. Sere Giac replied to Siti-Nurfatini.

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Siti-Nurfatini , unfortunately I have only that :. Kanissa Saragih.

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Soe Thomas. Do u have splendid by julia?? Soe , please leave your request in the BOOKfinder discussion.

Hend Darwish. Crina Merlan replied to Hend. It's really good for epub format. Tina Das.

Do any one have additional epilogous 2 Of the series???? Sarah Wangari replied to Tina.