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Mass Market Paperback On the Way to the Wedding: Bridgerton Book

ISBN: 0062353810

ISBN13: 9780062353818

On the Way to the Wedding: Bridgerton

(Book #8 in the Bridgertons Series)

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A New York Times BestsellerFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author Julia Quinn comes the story of Gregory Bridgerton, in the final installment of her beloved Regency-set novels featuring the charming, powerful Bridgerton family, now a series created by Shondaland for Netflix.GREGORY'S STORYUnlike most men of his acquaintance, Gregory Bridgerton believes in true love. And he is convinced that when...

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7 ratings

Not a book for the MeToo era

The Bridgerton books are very repetitious, but I had read that this one introduced a more inclusive cast of characters. Well, there are more diverse players in this, the final Family romance, but...... the behavior of many of those in this book is not exemplary. Not people I'd wish to know.


One of the better books in this series. The characters are engaging and the writing style very entertaining. A keeper!


Anyone who loves historical romance and has not read a book in the Bridgerton series needs to do so. Julia Quinn is a genius and puts such heart and soul into her characters. This book holds a special place for me because of the inner turmoil the characters go through. Who wouldn't want a man like Gregory Bridgerton to be in love with them?!?! I love the series and I recommend starting with Book 1 The Duke and I and reading all 8! They are one of my very favorite series!!

on the way to the wedding

This was my first book by Julie Quinn, after reading it, I just had to purchase the rest of her novels. Quinn has such wit, I laugh and laugh, and the antic between the characters. I've learn so much about the male character, men are hilarirous. It's a pleasure reading her work.

A huge comeback

I have followed the entire Bridgerton series since the very beginning. I fell in love with the whole family from the first four books of the series and then was extremely disappointed when Francesca and Daphne's story did not seem to measure up to the first four siblings. But when I purchased this story, I just could not put it down. I read the whole story in one sitting and absolutely fell in love with the series all over again. Gregory is a great hero because he is so different. He actually believes and wants to be in love. So refreshing from all the heroes in other romance novels who are so resistant to the idea of love and marriage, and the reformed rakes that infiltrate most of the historical romance novels. The heroine is also not what one would expect. Lucy is not the prettiest girl and is overlooked and overshadowed by her gorgeous best friend. She actually reminded me a lot of Kate, Anthony's wife, who is one of my favorite characters in the series. Fantastic dialogue and story. I loved it so much that it made me reread the whole series and was happily surprised by the great quality of Hyacinth's story. A great closer for the series.

5 stars!

I have always been a fan of Julia Quinn, but after reading her last two books and finding them a bit lackluster, I was thrilled to read and love On the Way to the Wedding. It was greatly entertaining! The storyline was clear yet engaging, and the hero and heroine were fun and endearing. I really didn't care for Gregory in previous novels, but after this book, he's at the top of my list (right after Colin :). And Lucy is a great female lead (smart and funny, yet not annoyingly impulsive or completely inappropriate). Their relationship develops very naturally, and there are no loopy twists (like her falling into a well or something) that brings them together. I don't mean that it's boring (there are plenty of other twists for that) but it's not completely outrageously unbelievable. So to wrap up, it was a great read, and warmed your heart. Definitely recommend!

He finds the woman of his dreams, except.... she isn't the one

The Bridgertons are a close knit family of nine, widower Violet and her eight children all famously named in alphabetical order. Anthony, Bennedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and Hyacinth. This final book is about Gregory, although not the youngest, he is the last unwed Bridgerton. Hyacinth's story was in Its In His Kiss (book seven). Gregory believes in true love, well why shouldn't he? All of his siblings have found it and he is determined to find his one true love as well. So, when he sees the beautiful Hermione for the first time, he knows she's 'the one'. But Hermoine doesn't seem to notice Gregory at all. Enter Lucinda, Hermoine's less handsome and often overshadowed best friend. Lucy, the ever-practical 'helps everybody' friend, takes it upon herself to help Gregory try and win Hermoine's affections and thus prevent a disasterous marriage Hermoine was contemplating. Lucy is engaged to Lord Haselby since she was a girl, but in the process of helping Gregory, she unintentionally falls in love with him. It isn't until later that Gregory comes to his senses and figures out it's really Lucy he loves, but is it too late? The wedding scene is fantastic, but I can't tell you anymore without major spoilers. You think you've read this story before? No you haven't! There are so many twists and turns in this book its unbelievable. I won't spoil for you. Its worth discovering it for yourself. Just when you think you know whats coming next...BAMM! Surprise! I literally fell off the couch with one of them! The middle did lag a bit but the last 100 pages are so action packed, my heart was racing and I was sweating bullets. On The Way To The Wedding is a true delight from the start -prologue (mega cliffhanger!) till you read the epilogue (a sweet and fitting surprise ending). Recommended. Don't forget to take a look at the family tree from the beginning, there are a few additions. This is my only teensie weensie disappointment (you'll get it when you look at the tree). I'm hoping one of the future ebook epilogues will resolve this to a happy end. If you haven't gotten the two ebook epilogues out (The Viscount Who Loved Me & Its In His Kiss) get them, they are very good.
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