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Title: On the Way to the Wedding
Author: Julia Quinn
Publisher: Published June 27th 2006 by Avon
ISBN: 9780060531256
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A funny thing happened... Unlike most men of his acquaintance, Gregory Bridgerton believes in true love. And he is convinced that when he finds the woman of his dreams, he will know in an instant that she is the one. And that is exactly what happened. Except... She wasn't the one. In fact, the ravishing Miss Hermione Watson is in love with another. But her best friend, the A funny thing happened... Unlike most men of his acquaintance, Gregory Bridgerton believes in true love. And he is convinced that when he finds the woman of his dreams, he will know in an instant that she is the one. And that is exactly what happened. Except... She wasn't the one. In fact, the ravishing Miss Hermione Watson is in love with another. But her best friend, the ever-practical Lady Lucinda Abernathy, wants to save Hermione from a disastrous alliance, so she offers to help Gregory win her over. But in the process, Lucy falls in love. With Gregory! Except... Lucy is engaged. And her uncle is not inclined to let her back out of the betrothal, even once Gregory comes to his senses and realizes that it is Lucy, with her sharp wit and sunny smile, who makes his heart sing. And now, on the way to the wedding, Gregory must risk everything to ensure that when it comes time to kiss the bride, he is the only man standing at the altar...

30 review for On the Way to the Wedding

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rane

    Being the one of the youngest of the famous Bridgerton family, Gregory is laid back, charming and a romantic. Believing in love, he awaits for the day when he finds his soul mate. When he’s knocked off his feet after meeting a beautiful woman , he knows it’s love and goes out to win his lady love, only to find out she’s in love with someone else, and to make matters even more complex his lady love’s best friend tries to help which ends up even more complex... When Lucy Abernathy ends up fallin Being the one of the youngest of the famous Bridgerton family, Gregory is laid back, charming and a romantic. Believing in love, he awaits for the day when he finds his soul mate. When he’s knocked off his feet after meeting a beautiful woman , he knows it’s love and goes out to win his lady love, only to find out she’s in love with someone else, and to make matters even more complex his lady love’s best friend tries to help which ends up even more complex... When Lucy Abernathy ends up falling in love with Gregory. Ever the manger and one to keep her word, Lucy is already engaged and when things arise that makes her unable to break the engagement... Even when Gregory opens his eyes and sees it’s Lucy who is his true love of his life, Gregory must overcome many obstacles in order to stop the wedding and make sure Lucy ends up “his” bride! What a fun and enjoyable read to wrap up the Bridgerton series, it felt that JQ went back to the start of the series with the feel and pace of the book. Gregory was so sigh worthy, all grown up. While each member of the Bridgerton had their own personality, Gregory ended up the romantic, that was somehow very fitting. Gregory reflects something in all of us when we think love hits us between the eyes. Sometimes we want to be “in love” and we might miss love itself right under our noses. It may take a few times before we find our love one, but when we do it’s magical. That’s what happen to Gregory, and the way it’s described and how he falls in love with Lucy made me smile a big goofy grin and how sweet it was. He also really grew up and became his own man. He never had anything to fight for or make him want to better himself until Lucy walked into his life and when he fights, he’ll move heaven and earth. Lucy with a odd mix of sass, humor and a manager of sorts, trying to keep order and comfort for the ones she loved and adore. She never thought love would hit her like a ton of bricks, thinking she wasn’t that lucky, but when it happens, she tried to fight it but also embraces it tightly to her heart. She always put others before her even to the end, so when Gregory tries to help her and stop the wedding, she finally puts her faith and trust but mostly her heart in his hands. Which I wish she did a little sooner, but better late then never? The romance between them grows and builds throughout the book, with a few surprises at a few corners. The steam level hits it’s high pinch toward the end, but it makes a lot of sense this way then having them just jump into bed, it takes time for both to come to terms and realize their love for one another. The pace of the book never lets up or lulls with surprises and laughs around ever corner. The only real trouble I had with the book was how quickly Gregory fell out of love then back into love with no real space between. The way it’s described is almost repeated as he fell in love with Lucy as he fell in love before, making him come across as fickle I also felt Lucy dragged her feet in telling Gregory the truth, I could understand the reason and her need to protect her love ones, but if she loved Gregory she needed to trust him a little more... These faults in retrospective were small compare to the overall romantic feel as you race along with Gregory through the streets to stop the wedding, when the secrets are reviled but most importantly you start to feel your falling in love along with Lucy and Gregory as the book races toward it’s ending, it becomes a great page turner! Overall: a wonderful conclusion to a amazing series that will have the romantic in you cheering and sighing happily as Gregory and Lucy reach their grand happy ever after! How truly grand this series was indeed!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ally

    Rename this book "On the Way to Too Much Internal Dialog" Read this as part of a personal challenge to actually finish series this year rather than going from book to book and forgetting deets Series: Yep and it' the last one! I did it. I feel a party coming on. Sexy times: Barely. As in super barely. As in really super barely especially for a Julia Quinn. As in this is the least sexy times of the entire series, I believe. Plan on reading more by the author: Oh sure. Synopsis: Gregory sees the love Rename this book "On the Way to Too Much Internal Dialog" Read this as part of a personal challenge to actually finish series this year rather than going from book to book and forgetting deets Series: Yep and it' the last one! I did it. I feel a party coming on. Sexy times: Barely. As in super barely. As in really super barely especially for a Julia Quinn. As in this is the least sexy times of the entire series, I believe. Plan on reading more by the author: Oh sure. Synopsis: Gregory sees the love of his life from across the room and is basically struck mute by Cupid's arrow. Of course, this love is not his true love. He's just a bit daft to see that his true love is standing right next to the love of his life. Eventually, the love of his life is caught in a compromising position with his true love's brother and the curtains come off, as it were. Eventually, he sees that indeed Lucy is his one true love and he better get moving. Lucy, on the other hand, is promised by her evil uncle to another man and this other man's father is a right blustering bastard. Cue the two domineering and evil men. It takes awhile but eventually, the evil menfolk are done away with and the happy ending finally ends the book. Whew. Heroine: Lucy. I like her. A lot. She's just so...just so...level headed. Even when she gets hit by Cupid, right in the head, she stays level. Good on ya, lady! Hero: Him, I enjoyed more in the previous book. I mean he's still a good sort. But this was not his shining moment and for goodness sakes, shouldn't it have been? Why it did or didn't work for me: I think this suffers from wayyyyyy too much dithering and internal conversations, on both the H and h's parts. Yes, no, yes, no, yes, no...and everything just took too long and the payoff was not worth it. This felt not like a proper ending to a series, but a middling attempt at being done with something - the act of just getting it done with and put away. It saddens me greatly. I will say that I loved the epilogue. Not the second one. I need to read those now. To really complete the series. That was a good ending to be had by all. Signed, This is the end, beautiful friend. This is the end, my only friend, the end.

  3. 5 out of 5

    UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish

    Reading this book was so bittersweet because I knew it was the end to the Bridgerton series, yet at the same time, I simply had to read it! I’ve been putting off the last two books, not wanting the series to come to an end, but I just had to see how things ended up for Gregory, too. After finishing It’s In His Kiss which I adored, I had such high expectations for this book, maybe too high, because unfortunately, On the Way to the Wedding just didn’t quite live up to them. Don’t get me wrong, i Reading this book was so bittersweet because I knew it was the end to the Bridgerton series, yet at the same time, I simply had to read it! I’ve been putting off the last two books, not wanting the series to come to an end, but I just had to see how things ended up for Gregory, too. After finishing It’s In His Kiss which I adored, I had such high expectations for this book, maybe too high, because unfortunately, On the Way to the Wedding just didn’t quite live up to them. Don’t get me wrong, it was a really good story – sweet, sexy, romantic – with those same loving, quirky Bridgerton siblings, but there was something almost subdued about them. It was as if they knew this was the final book and couldn’t be quite as enthusiastic as they had been in previous books. Or maybe it was just me, having to bid a fond, albeit sad, farewell to one of my very favorite historical romance families. The Bridgerton series has been an absolute delight to read, and is one I’ll re-read time and time again. 3.5/5

  4. 5 out of 5

    Fani *loves angst*

    I must be weird because I liked it more at the beginning, while Gregory was in love with Lucy's friend. I liked their easy relationship, their friendship, their openness. But I didn't feel any chemistry between them to make me long for them to become a couple. Gregory was just not hero material for me and though Lucy was grounded and straight-forward, I didn't care for her much. And I felt that it dragged a lot towards the ending. The whole 'oh, we can't be together', 'no, I'll find a way, love I must be weird because I liked it more at the beginning, while Gregory was in love with Lucy's friend. I liked their easy relationship, their friendship, their openness. But I didn't feel any chemistry between them to make me long for them to become a couple. Gregory was just not hero material for me and though Lucy was grounded and straight-forward, I didn't care for her much. And I felt that it dragged a lot towards the ending. The whole 'oh, we can't be together', 'no, I'll find a way, love conquers all' went on and on for 3 or more chapters, without pretty much anything happening. This is my least favorite of the Bridgeron books with the exception of To Sir Phillip, With Love which I haven't read. It lacked passion, it lacked humor, it lacked interesting chracters. Quinn tried to build up the suspense towards the end, but it was so obvious what the big secret was, that it felt to me that she was merely prolonging the ending trying to fill more pages. Not the best conclusion to such a great series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Exina

    The last installment of the Bridgertons series is the story of Gregory and Lucy. It was a disappointment. The first part of the novel is boring, the end is forced, the dialogues are faint and full of repetitions, and I was annoyed by Gregory's constantly growling stomach. In this book everything is overdrawn: • Gregory’s rhapsodic emotions; • Lucy’s sense of duty and devotion; • Hermione’s beauty and praising it to the skies; • Some romantic scenes – especially (view spoiler)[the falling star after The last installment of the Bridgertons series is the story of Gregory and Lucy. It was a disappointment. The first part of the novel is boring, the end is forced, the dialogues are faint and full of repetitions, and I was annoyed by Gregory's constantly growling stomach. In this book everything is overdrawn: • Gregory’s rhapsodic emotions; • Lucy’s sense of duty and devotion; • Hermione’s beauty and praising it to the skies; • Some romantic scenes – especially (view spoiler)[the falling star after their first night together (hide spoiler)] – what a cliché! • Drama: blackmail, hostage crisis, and shooting affair; • The number of children. However, it has positive aspects too. Gregory and Lucy have some sweet moments, and the secondary characters – Lady Bridgerton, Hyacinth, Lord Haselby and Hermione - are very likeable, and they undoubtedly benefit the story. Originally posted on my blog on September 12, 2012.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nisha

    Ok, I am only slow at updating this because I needed to find a way to be nice about this book. But really, I shouldn't have waited because I almost forgot what this book was even about. Goes to tell you, this ain't that great. Gregory, the last of the Bridgertons, believes in love - true love, all-consuming love, love so strong that you wouldn't even be able to breath without their reciprocation. Which makes it really crazy when he falls for Hermione, a woman who has already lost her heart to her Ok, I am only slow at updating this because I needed to find a way to be nice about this book. But really, I shouldn't have waited because I almost forgot what this book was even about. Goes to tell you, this ain't that great. Gregory, the last of the Bridgertons, believes in love - true love, all-consuming love, love so strong that you wouldn't even be able to breath without their reciprocation. Which makes it really crazy when he falls for Hermione, a woman who has already lost her heart to her father's secretary. But Hermione's (damn, I feel like I am in Harry Potter) BFF, Lucinda, or Lucy, wants to save her friend from that disastrous union and tries to forge one between Hermione and Gregory. Afterall, she actually approves of him and finds him refreshing even if he is one of Hermione's many admirers. But the greatest plans don't always go smoothly, and Lucinda, a woman who has always done her duty and is engaged to be married (now it seriously doesn't help that her fiance is gay - if JQ was adding a gay character, she should make him more fun), falls for Gregory. Gregory is blissfully (or not) unaware about his growing feelings toward Lucy and things get even more testy when Lucy is forced to marry. Suddenly Gregory realizes how much she means to him and then the really bizarre things happen. Ok, I will start with the obvious: Gregory just isn't a man to me. I know, he's 26 or something and should, even with a Beta personality, be able to entice me with some of his masculinity. But he fails miserably to be seen as an independent man, which none of his brothers had very much problems becoming. Could it be because Benedict and Colin actually had professions or goals? Lucy is a little better. She is a little more in control with herself and is very duty-oriented. But even she lacked the spark necessary of a HR heroine. The most annoying parts was Gregory's mom conversations. Those made Gregory seem even younger, schoolboy-like. The convos were pretty useless too, but i guess they have a bit of realism inside. Hyacinth was annoying, as usual, and JQ is really trying to fashion her to be the next Lady D. I don't like it, it seems all so contrived. I do have to give points for creativity. I have never seen this theme in major HR books and its novelty was the only thing that kept me going. i was very surprised with Lucy's brother and her BFF. And I honestly felt like they were too dumb to help her out. The uncle as the villain is overused, but I guess it added the danger and the scandal. I ended up liking Hasalby and truly wishing for more airtime for him - why had JQ not added a gay character before? Whatever, I'm not going to judge. Overall, this is really 2.5 stars, but I feel too annoyed with the book to be nice enough to grant a 3. It has some funny parts and some good parts, but not enough to compensate. The worst part was the epilogue. Seriously? That is just dumb, not even cute or funny to think about. That, singlehandedly made this book firmly settle at a 2.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Carrington-Fox

    Nuestra reseña en A la cama con... un libro Un final muy entretenido para la saga

  8. 4 out of 5

    Patry Fernandez

    No me puedo creer que yo le esté dando esta mala nota a un libro de Julia Quinn pero sintiéndolo mucho no he encontrado a "mi" querida Julia en este libro, no he encontrado a los maravillosos personajes a los que nos tenia acostumbrados, y no he encontrado sentido a esta historia ni al romance. Le doy las 2 estrellas por el final y el epilogo pero ya. ¡Por favor no me decepciones mas! Aun así merece mucho la pena leer esta saga de libros, la de los 8 hermanos  Bridgerton. 

  9. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    E com isto digo adeus a família bridgerton, estou triste sim, pois é o último de uma série que gostei muito, e finalmente é o fim eu tinha este livro na estante desde que ele saiu cá em Portugal, mas estava sem coragem de ler, eu não queria dizer adeus aos bridgertons queria continuar com as histórias até com os filho deles, mas infelizmente isso não vai acontecer. Então lá consegui tomar coragem e iniciar a leitura, eu tenho um problema sempre que leio um livro da Júlia Quinn, as primeiras 150 E com isto digo adeus a família bridgerton, estou triste sim, pois é o último de uma série que gostei muito, e finalmente é o fim eu tinha este livro na estante desde que ele saiu cá em Portugal, mas estava sem coragem de ler, eu não queria dizer adeus aos bridgertons queria continuar com as histórias até com os filho deles, mas infelizmente isso não vai acontecer. Então lá consegui tomar coragem e iniciar a leitura, eu tenho um problema sempre que leio um livro da Júlia Quinn, as primeiras 150 páginas eu custo sempre a entrar na história mas depois eu não consigo parar de ler, e eu sou uma amante de romance de época, este 8°livro conta-nos a história do 7°irmão da família bridgerton, e ao contrário dos outros homens da sociedade Gregory acredita no amor, porque vê os irmãos todos felizes e apaixonados, então ele mesmo quer esse amor para ele, ao início ele vê-se apaixonado por Hermione e ao longo do livro ele faz uma amizade intensa com a Lady Lucinda, Lucy a nossa protagonista ela não tem problemas de falar o que pensa e quando é para comer podem convidar a Lucy ela tem um apetite feroz ehe, e ela é uma protagonista muito altruísta, então depois de todas as peripécias que ambos passam Gregory acaba por se apaixonar pela Lucy e Lucy pelo nosso último encantador Bridgeston e a história é muito fofa, divertida bem típico da Júlia Quinn. A classificação são 4* Todos os irmãos e irmãs Bridgeston tem um lugar especial no meu coração. Mas o Benedict terá sempre o meu coração de todos os irmãos foi ele que roubou e não o devolveu mais <3 Aí está me até a doer ter que terminar de escrever isto. Mas leiam esta série, eu recomendo muito para quem é fã de romance de época :)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cata

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  11. 4 out of 5

    ♥ Sam ♥ ~S2~Im made of awesomness

    http://shamelessromancereviews.blogsp... On the way to the wedding is about the last lone unmarried Bridgerton Gregory. I was lucky enough to literally stumble across this series when a GR friend did a review on book 6 in the series. Gregory, the true romantic. And why shouldn’t he be. After seeing his 7 brothers and sisters all famously wed with disgustingly happy love matches – it is only to be expected that he to would expect no less. And when that happens he in convinced that is going to be a http://shamelessromancereviews.blogsp... On the way to the wedding is about the last lone unmarried Bridgerton Gregory. I was lucky enough to literally stumble across this series when a GR friend did a review on book 6 in the series. Gregory, the true romantic. And why shouldn’t he be. After seeing his 7 brothers and sisters all famously wed with disgustingly happy love matches – it is only to be expected that he to would expect no less. And when that happens he in convinced that is going to be a ‘boom’ affect. We have watched Gregory grow up from a young boy in ‘the duke and I’ to a handsome 26yr old adult. Look out ladies because now is his turn and his looking for love. My Gregory - Poor Lucy, the overshadowed BFF to Hermione Granger Watson. The one that is never noticed, but hey, that’s okay because dear Lucy is already engaged to another man. And she is fine with that isn’t she? Her life was structured and planned - and she didn’t believe in true love anyway. So the book starts out with Gregory having his ‘boom' effect when he lays eyes on the beautiful Hermione Granger Watson. Now I like the name Hermione, but all I could think about for the entire book when her name was mentioned was Hermione from Harry potter. oopps. Gregory is of course, ‘ruined’ for anyone else at this stage. But little old Hermione already has her heart set on someone else – some dead beat glorified secretary that works for daddy. Lucy cannot stand this ‘glorified secretary’ (let’s call him Ron hhehe) that Hermione fancies herself in love with, so she decided that she will stick her nose in someone else business and help Mr Bridgerton woo Hermione. But of course during this matchmaking scheme she falls in love with Mr Bridgerton, but none of us saw that coming..pfftt... Gregory being a typical male weather his from the 18, 19 or 20th century is completely ignorant and blissfully unaware that Lucy has these feelings, well that is until Lucy is forced down the isle – this is when the fun starts to happen! I would have liked more from the last book in this series. It was like JQ got to the eighth book and just wanted to hurry it along and get it over with. There wasn’t as much witty bantering between siblings that I came to love. We didn’t really get to know Gregory’s character in the first 7 books. I think he was one of the siblings that never got enough face time. Lucy seemed to have a case OCD. It is mention throughout the book that she likes to count things, and she would go out of her way to make sure all her shoes were in the correct order. Despite this, I still found Lucy a little flat. I like my heroines witty and sassy. Lucy wasn’t this. Gregory fell in love with Hermione – but damn she was just the dullest fish in pond. Sure she had a drool worth neck (however I fail to see the appeal of this). I also didn’t like how Gregory found it so easy to believe he had found true love with one woman and then in the next instant realize that his true love is someone else. And once Gregory finally realizes and declares to Lucy that he loves her, he begins to developed a sought of speech impediment where he must of said ‘I LOVE YOU’ at least 30 times in a two page period. This was cute to begin with but in the end became rather mundane. I really adored JQs writing. I found myself in the last 8 books laughing, crying, swearing, and at some stages shaking my head. I can’t say that this last book wrapped up the series overly well, but this is just a minor blip in comparison to the previous 7 books, I would still highly recommend this series to anyone.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    What the hell did I just read? Besides 300+ pages of utter nonsense. Why Julia Quinn, WHY? I wish I could say I enjoyed SOMETHING about this book, but I can’t. Even the Bridgerton family cameos offered little relief from the madness of the plot and the blehness of the main couple. Although, okay, I will admit to laughing my ass off when Gregory tied Lucy up and hid her in a water closet. Yes. That is a thing that actually happens. Don’t even get me started on how everyone fell in love with the ba What the hell did I just read? Besides 300+ pages of utter nonsense. Why Julia Quinn, WHY? I wish I could say I enjoyed SOMETHING about this book, but I can’t. Even the Bridgerton family cameos offered little relief from the madness of the plot and the blehness of the main couple. Although, okay, I will admit to laughing my ass off when Gregory tied Lucy up and hid her in a water closet. Yes. That is a thing that actually happens. Don’t even get me started on how everyone fell in love with the back of everyone’s heads and necks and the fluttering, god it was just terrible. I seriously question the state of Julia Quinn’s mind when she wrote this. The only positives? Lord Haselby (or as I liked to refer to him as, Lord Deadpan) and a rather adorably ridiculous epilogue BUT THAT’S IT. What a bitterly disappointing end to what was a wonderful series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I really liked it. It was a sweet story. Maybe I didn't buy that the hero and heroine had some grand, larger-than-life love, as the story tried to convince us of near the end, but it was heartwarming and a lovely read. Now that I've finished the entire series, I'm going to rate the Bridgerton novels in order of how much I enjoyed them. I was going to recommend all but the final two books on my list, but I suppose The Duke and I, which I don't like, is a must-read as it's the very first Bridgert I really liked it. It was a sweet story. Maybe I didn't buy that the hero and heroine had some grand, larger-than-life love, as the story tried to convince us of near the end, but it was heartwarming and a lovely read. Now that I've finished the entire series, I'm going to rate the Bridgerton novels in order of how much I enjoyed them. I was going to recommend all but the final two books on my list, but I suppose The Duke and I, which I don't like, is a must-read as it's the very first Bridgerton book. More than that, however, it came out in January of 2000 and, so I've read, really changed the historical romance genre. It's baffling that this was the book to do it, but there you go. So I guess, dear people of Goodreads, you have to read that story about annoying-as-hell Simon and Daphne's courtship just for that. The Five Star Read 1. When He Was Wicked (Book #6) A tale of unrequited love for the ages. Quinn's best book, of the dozen or so I've read. xoxo Regency Gossip Girl 2. Romancing Mister Bridgerton (Book #4) The one where Penelope Featherington, everyone's fave overweight, overlooked, dangerously observant spinster, and cool boy Colin B are grown-ups who finally grow up for real. Croquet As Foreplay 3. The Viscount Who Loved Me (Book #2) "Plain sister" Kate seeks to thwart the impending engagement (AKA broodmare sale) of little sis to stoic, secretly "woe is me" viscount, Anthony Bridgerton. The well-done love story is almost overshadowed by a party game, but not quite. If You'd Like to Die and Go to Dialogue Heaven 4. It's in His Kiss (Book #7) The one about that couple that thinks they're cleverer and more witty than everyone else, wherein Julia Quinn proves quite effectively that she actually is cleverer and more witty than everyone else. For readers who think they'd very much like to marry a male version of themselves, à la Hyacinth Bridgerton. You had to do it, didn't you, Julia Quinn? AKA: The Dreaded House Party Novel 5. On the Way to the Wedding (Book #8) A love hexagon borne of blackmail. Bored, aimless, twenty-first nineteenth century boy meets similarly bored, aimless twenty-first nineteenth century girl at house party. Affections are otherwise engaged about ten times too many, but somehow it still leaves you fluttery. If Your Idea of a Prince is the Second Son of a Viscount 6. An Offer From a Gentleman (Book #3) We were both young When I first saw you, I closed my eyes And a flashback starts I'm standing there On a balcony in summer air See the lights, see the party, the ball gowns See you make your way Through the crowd and say "Hello" Little did I know For Those Who Favor Assholes 7. The Duke and I (Book #1) Everygirl Daphne Bridgerton is friends with benefits with Duke-with-Daddy-Issues Simon...until they get caught dry humping in a garden. You know the drill. Daphne now really wants her new husband's seed, but he ain't here for babies. Moral of the story: don't underestimate how much Daphne wants that seed. The Poop Emoji 8. To Sir Phillip, With Love (Book #5) The one where sweet and winning heroine Eloise Bridgerton wins the bland botanist hero's heart by winning over his awful kids. Fuck that.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Summer

    On the Way to the Wedding is the final book in Julia Quinn's Bridgertons series. Unfortunately this book did not have the same magic for me as the others in the series had. Usually the Bridgertons has some kind of quirky opening that hooks you from the first few pages. Here it had an interesting prologue but after that it's all about Gregory and his obsession with a young woman after viewing the back of her neck. Granted it sounds kind of sweet but really the further you get into the book, the m On the Way to the Wedding is the final book in Julia Quinn's Bridgertons series. Unfortunately this book did not have the same magic for me as the others in the series had. Usually the Bridgertons has some kind of quirky opening that hooks you from the first few pages. Here it had an interesting prologue but after that it's all about Gregory and his obsession with a young woman after viewing the back of her neck. Granted it sounds kind of sweet but really the further you get into the book, the more ridiculous it becomes. I wanted to like this one as it's the last in the series but I just couldn't be bothered to finish it. Which is a shame as the series has become one of my all-time favorites in the romance genre. Just apparently that doesn't include this book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sabina

    Another beautful story from the Bridgerton series! Love the witty banter between the characters. The heroine is quite likable. As always, the family interactions are the life of the book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Büşra Köprü

    "Pekâlâ," dedi Bay Brigerton kendini kasarak. Lucy adamın önce özür dileyip sonra yanıldığını ve Lucy'nin haklı olduğunu -açık açık- söylemesini tercih edecek olsa da, bazı çevrelerde "pekâlâ" sözcüğünün "hatamı kabul ediyorum" anlamına gelebileceğini düşündü. Ve Bay Brigerton'ın suratına bakılırsa görüp görebileceği en fazla buydu. Lucy asilce başıyla onayladı. Yapılacak en iyi şey bu gibi görünüyordu. Bir kraliçe gibi davran, belki öyleymişsin gibi karşılık verirler. ••• Brigertons serisi ile lise "Pekâlâ," dedi Bay Brigerton kendini kasarak. Lucy adamın önce özür dileyip sonra yanıldığını ve Lucy'nin haklı olduğunu -açık açık- söylemesini tercih edecek olsa da, bazı çevrelerde "pekâlâ" sözcüğünün "hatamı kabul ediyorum" anlamına gelebileceğini düşündü. Ve Bay Brigerton'ın suratına bakılırsa görüp görebileceği en fazla buydu. Lucy asilce başıyla onayladı. Yapılacak en iyi şey bu gibi görünüyordu. Bir kraliçe gibi davran, belki öyleymişsin gibi karşılık verirler. ••• Brigertons serisi ile lisedeyken tanışmıştım sanırım. İlk okuduğum Daphne'nin hikayesiydi ve tüm JQ kitaplarında olduğu gibi ilk yüz elli sayfayı falan severek okumuş, sonra sinir olmuştum. Aradan geçen yıllar boyunca yazarın kendini geliştirmesini bekliyor insan ama Biz Evleniyoruz'a kadar yazılmış kitaplar -tarihsel sıralamayı bilmiyorum ama ondan fazla kitabını okudum yazarın- gelişmek yerine daha kötü olmaya başlamıştı. Özellikle de çiftlerin birbirine tavrı açısından. Bundan Öpüşünde Saklı yorumumda da bahsetmiştim, o yüzden çok uzatmayacağım ve son kitap üzerinde duracağım. Julia'nın, ufak ya da değil; aşık olduğu kişiyi aşağılamayan, incitmeyen, küçümsemeyen, onunla alay etmeyen ya da onun adına karar vermeyen bildiğim tek erkek karakteri Gregory Brigerton. Muhakkak bir şey yapar ve ikinci yarıda ondan nefret etmeye başlarım diye düşündüm ama bunu yapmadı ve gerçekten beni şaşırttı. Tüm kitap boyunca kendine karşı dürüst, aşka ön yargısı olmayan, insanları aşağılamayan, normal bir adam okuduk. Lucy ise alık değildi, sadece güzelliği ile öne çıkan bir kadın karakter değildi, kendini ezdirme ya da hiçbir şeyi anlamayıp saçma sapan şeyler yapma gibi gereksiz detaylarla sinir bozmuyordu. Birbirlerini -oğlumuz CİDDEN dan diye de olsa- sevdiler, bunu güzelce yaşayıp mutlu sona erdiler. Bu yönden kitabı gerçekten sevdim. En sevdiğim JQ çifti Gregory & Lucinda oldu. Ama kurgu? Yani o kadar gereksiz bir entrika ve uzatma üzerine kurulmuş ki bir yerden sonra yazar bu saçmalıkların içinde boğulacak da çıkamayacak falan sandım. Dönemi yansıtmadığını düşündüğüm çok fazla detay ve absürd diyebileceğimiz olay olması bir yana, uzatmış da uzatmış. Sanırım etkileyici bir final yazmak istemiş, gerçekten bu konudan emin olamıyorum ama yoruldum yani. Ve kitap bittiğinde çiftin, gerçek anlamda akılda kalıcı bir sahnesi olmadığını fark ettim. Hani bir kitabı okurken sevdiğimiz sahneler olur, geri dönüp bakarız ve mutlu oluruz falan. Dört yüz küsur sayfa içinde öyle bir yer yok. Varsa yoksa tuhaf bir entrika. Yıldım okurken yıldım. Sadece o kısımlar için konuşuyorum. Okuması kolaydı, bazı yerlerde çok güldüm ve eğlendim, çiftimizi gerçekten sevdim ama bence çok sıkıcı bir kurguydu. Bu yüzden tavsiye kısmına hiç girmeyeceğim. Ben aşırı, aşırı sevmedim ama serinin en iyi çiftiydi.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Océano de libros

    Bueno, ya he finalizado esta serie (a falta de algún que otro epílogo y creo que un libro nuevo de esta saga que pronto se publicará) y me ha encantado. Este último libro ha sido el colofón final y puedo decir que uno de los mejores, le daría el primer puesto junto a la novela de Colin y el segundo puesto sería para la novela que tiene como protagonista a Eloise. “Buscando esposa” es el libro más romántico de la serie como su protagonista Gregory Bridgerton, un hombre que cree en el amor verdader Bueno, ya he finalizado esta serie (a falta de algún que otro epílogo y creo que un libro nuevo de esta saga que pronto se publicará) y me ha encantado. Este último libro ha sido el colofón final y puedo decir que uno de los mejores, le daría el primer puesto junto a la novela de Colin y el segundo puesto sería para la novela que tiene como protagonista a Eloise. “Buscando esposa” es el libro más romántico de la serie como su protagonista Gregory Bridgerton, un hombre que cree en el amor verdadero y para siempre. Gregory es un hombre apuesto y afortunado en la vida, que no ha tenido que luchar por nada, ahora sí tiene que hacerlo. Se enamora de la bella Hermione Watson pero ésta no le corresponde, es además la amiga de Lucy Abernathy, una chica sensata y práctica que está prometida a su vez con Lord Haselby, pero que ayuda a nuestro héroe a conquistar a Hermione; con lo cual habrá un lío asegurado que nos entretendrá bastante. Sin duda Gregory es mi personaje favorito de la serie por ser un romántico al cien por cien (Colin también me fascina que quede claro jaja), aunque a veces lo veo un poco veleta pero se perdona. Hace muy buena pareja con Lucy, una chica amable que siempre busca la felicidad de los demás a la suya propia. Los dos forman una pareja muy interesante y adorable. De los personajes secundarios Hermione no es la chica antipática que pensamos (un punto a favor); me decepcionó un poco el hermano de Lucy, Richard (pero el final lo compensa); Lord Haselby es el fenómeno del grupo, ni le van ni le vienen las cosas; y por último los despreciables Lord Davenport y el tío Robert. El final es de lo mejor te tiene el alma en un vilo, en general el libro es así casi todo el tiempo si exceptuamos el cortejo. Es de los mejores libros de esta serie, muy ameno, divertido, apasionante y muyyyy romántico ;) Mi top tres de esta apasionante serie: 1- Buscando esposa y Seduciendo a Mr. Bridgerton (no podría decidirme por uno) 2- A Sir Phillip con amor 3- El corazón de una Bridgerton

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mei

    Opsss... I skipped Hyacinth's book... Shame on me! For me this was the worst one... I couldn't for the love of me like neither the hero nor the heroine, even if I liked her better... but still... I dodn't enjoyed this book as much the first few of the series. Both Gregory and Lucy were too juvenile, sometimes too stupid. Greagory couldn't decide what he wanted, or, better, who he wanted! I hated this! First he was creazy in love with Hermione (by the way, I couldn't stop immaging her like Hermione Opsss... I skipped Hyacinth's book... Shame on me! For me this was the worst one... I couldn't for the love of me like neither the hero nor the heroine, even if I liked her better... but still... I dodn't enjoyed this book as much the first few of the series. Both Gregory and Lucy were too juvenile, sometimes too stupid. Greagory couldn't decide what he wanted, or, better, who he wanted! I hated this! First he was creazy in love with Hermione (by the way, I couldn't stop immaging her like Hermione from Harry Potter...LOL), then he stopped loving her and fall crazy in love with Lucy... Well, for me that's not love! At least not love as it should be in romance novels! If I were Lucy I would strat asking myself: if he so easily falls in and out of love how can I be sure when he says he loves me???!!! Sorry, but 3 stars are completly because of all the secodnary characters and the sual witty dialogue!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lexxi Kitty

    I mentioned in the previous review I did for a Quinn book that there were reasons for why it took me two years to get around to reading the last two books in this series. Well, I’ll mention specifically for this review the part where I haven’t exactly ‘loved’ the Bridgerton male leads. And Gregory hadn’t exactly impressed me in prior books (I believe he is a ‘kid’ in all prior Bridgerton books but for his nearest sister’s book, the previous book in this series, and the first book in the Smythe-S I mentioned in the previous review I did for a Quinn book that there were reasons for why it took me two years to get around to reading the last two books in this series. Well, I’ll mention specifically for this review the part where I haven’t exactly ‘loved’ the Bridgerton male leads. And Gregory hadn’t exactly impressed me in prior books (I believe he is a ‘kid’ in all prior Bridgerton books but for his nearest sister’s book, the previous book in this series, and the first book in the Smythe-Smith series where Gregory is still in college but is same age as lead female in that book). Then the prologue, which I think I read two years ago, didn’t exactly lead me to scream ‘MUST READ NOW!’ No, it screamed ‘back away and flee’. Several reasons, I’ll just note: I do not like reading ‘prologues’ that take place in the future, and the rest of the book leads up to it (then moves past it . . . eventually). I do not like it in books, on television or in films. No matter. Eventually I got around to reading this one, and, oddly, found it to be near the top of the Bridgertons books. Eh, don’t go by me though, I do not think other readers feel same way. Right so. Gregory starts off the book . . . let’s skip the prologue. The book starts off with Gregory being told that he needs to do something with his life. Get a job, settle down. Something. Be serious about his life. Gregory promises to do so and has a vague feeling that he will, in fact, find his match – he’s a romantic, see, and expects to find ‘his love’ – who he’ll immediately recognize at first appearance, and both of them will feel it, feel the love. Well, he did have 6 older siblings (and 1 younger) make love matches, so . . . he’s been trained to be a romantic. Naturally Gregory finally finds love at a party immediately after being told he needs to ‘grow up’. Gregory is beyond happy. He’s found his one. She . . . barely acknowledges him. ‘She’ being Hermione Watson. The woman with Watson, Lady Lucinda Abernathy, lets Gregory in on some secrets and tries to help him. Doesn’t seem to work. Meanwhile the female lead of the book is . . Lady Lucinda Abernathy. She rather loves her best friend Hermione, but she’s spent her life in her shadow. Everyone wanders up and instantly falls in love with Hermione and only pays attention to Lucinda if they remember that friends might help ‘get’ Hermione. There’s humor, blackmail, love, mistakes, etc. etc. throughout the book. And some rotten guardians (and siblings, Lucinda’s brother, who she appears to rather like, is a complete asshole to her – okay, maybe not that, but he’s a spineless fuck who doesn’t give a fuck if his sister actually has a season and stuff – just goes along with the guardian’s plan to marry off his sister, despite brother now being the titled person and the head of the family, but fuck responsibility, right? Pft. Guardian is their uncle, to just round things off. Right, so, where was I? I liked the book. It good. Rating: 4.75 May 3 2018

  20. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Rogers

    I liked this book -- but -- it isn't my favorite of the Bridgerton books. This one is about the last unmarried Bridgerton -- Gregory. He is the one who believes wholeheartedly in love because he's seen all of his brothers and sisters find it. However -- for someone who has observed the phenomenon so often -- he appears very, very naïve about it. Most of the characters weren't well fleshed out.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    4.5 stars I went into this book wary. Wary because Gregory is the Bridgerton brother that I knew the least about as he was hardly ever in the other books, and I had a bad experience with Francesca for the same reason (and because I just didn't like her). But, I ended up really enjoying the book. It was not without its flaws, of course, but I still liked it. Gregory is the youngest Bridgerton male and the seventh of eight children. As I said, I did not know him very well at the start, and it didn't 4.5 stars I went into this book wary. Wary because Gregory is the Bridgerton brother that I knew the least about as he was hardly ever in the other books, and I had a bad experience with Francesca for the same reason (and because I just didn't like her). But, I ended up really enjoying the book. It was not without its flaws, of course, but I still liked it. Gregory is the youngest Bridgerton male and the seventh of eight children. As I said, I did not know him very well at the start, and it didn't help matters that we got off to a little bit of a rocky start. In the beginning, he seemed a bit more ridiculous, maybe even a bit more immature, than all the other men of the series. Maybe that's because he was quite a bit younger than them all when he found his lady, or maybe it's because that's just the way he is. But, I think that Gregory did a lot of growing up in this book. He learned the difference between infatuation and love, independence and the stubborn need to prove one's self, waiting for life to happen and going after life at full throttle. He became a man. I loved seeing that. With the other men of the series, they were just that: men. But Gregory...He was still a little bit of a boy. But no longer. And that was a beautiful thing to witness. Lucy I liked almost immediately. She was the reliable best friend that the guys used to get to her best friend, Hermione. She was smart, innocent, sarcastic, funny, and a little obsessive compulsive. She did some growing in this book, too. I didn't feel her change was nearly as profound or deep as Gregory's, but she certainly learned quite a few things about herself and the world. And, while I certainly wanted to strangle her a couple of times (i.e. when she made me cry a little bit for hurting my adorable Gregory), I still think she was a great, interesting character. The only plot thing that really annoyed me was the situation with Gregory and Hermione in the first part of the book. Obviously I knew it wasn't going anywhere, but it just got a little tiresome when I wanted him to get on with it and realize he really wanted, needed, loved Lucy. Also, Gregory had a very strange and disturbing fascination with the back of ladies' necks. That was, well let's just say odd. And slightly creepy...But, no matter. I have forgiven Gregory his creepiness. As long as he promised not to do it again. (He did.) So, with Gregory Bridgerton, we come to the last of the Bridgerton children. I have to say that this makes me extremely sad. With the exception of When He Was Wicked, I have really loved and enjoyed this series. I guess now all I can do is move on to Julia Quinn's other series and read this series again in the future, but I will miss this lively bunch.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    I'm sad that I just finished the last Bridgerton book:( I tried to wait as long as I could because I just didn't want this series to end. And now it's done.......commence the tantrum. Well, it's no secret by now that I LOVE the Bridgertons. So it comes as no surprise that I loved this one starring Gregory & Lucy. Gregory was just a child during the other books so I didn't know what kind of man he grew up to be. Not that I expected anything less than lovely, sarcastic, fun, handsome, etc., he I'm sad that I just finished the last Bridgerton book:( I tried to wait as long as I could because I just didn't want this series to end. And now it's done.......commence the tantrum. Well, it's no secret by now that I LOVE the Bridgertons. So it comes as no surprise that I loved this one starring Gregory & Lucy. Gregory was just a child during the other books so I didn't know what kind of man he grew up to be. Not that I expected anything less than lovely, sarcastic, fun, handsome, etc., he is a Bridgerton after all:) And Lucy was just as lovely. A few other Bridgertons made an appearance, which, I always find their banter with each other entertaining. So with the last book finished, this is how I would rate them: 1. The Viscount Who Loved Me--being my favorite 2. It's In His Kiss 3. The Duke and I 4. Romancing Mister Bridgerton 5. On the Way to the Wedding 6. To Sir Phillip, With Love 7. An Offer From a Gentleman 8. When He Was Wicked I want to thank Julia Quinn for writing some of my favorite historical romances and some of my favorite characters ever. I've enjoyed every second I spent with them:-)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joana V.

    3.5* Review completa em: http://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016/... Full review: http://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016/... (...) Este livro deixou algo a desejar na maioria do tempo, apesar de ser bom voltar a ver personagens que se tornaram tão queridas para mim ao longo do tempo. Aqui, Gregory, o homem mais novo dos irmãos Bridgertons (Hyacinth é a mais nova de todos os irmãos), anda à procura do amor que todos os seus familiares conseguiram encontrar. E pensa que quando isso acontecer, vai ser como 3.5* Review completa em: http://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016/... Full review: http://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016/... (...) Este livro deixou algo a desejar na maioria do tempo, apesar de ser bom voltar a ver personagens que se tornaram tão queridas para mim ao longo do tempo. Aqui, Gregory, o homem mais novo dos irmãos Bridgertons (Hyacinth é a mais nova de todos os irmãos), anda à procura do amor que todos os seus familiares conseguiram encontrar. E pensa que quando isso acontecer, vai ser como se um raio o atingisse e puff!, ele e a sua apaixonada seriam felizes para sempre. Claro que não é isso que acontece, e foi muito interessante ver a mudança de perspectiva do Gregory, da Hermione e da Lucy, as três personagens que estão mais interligadas no livro. (...) É uma crítica pequenina porque não tenho muito mais a dizer. Estava à espera de algo mais, tendo em conta que era o último livro da série mas não foi, de todo, mau. Foi divertido, com tiradas inteligentes e, para ser sincera, foi diferente. A minha parte favorita foi o final – 9, uau!

  24. 4 out of 5

    liv

    a generous 2 stars and only because anthony and kate were adorable as always.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Realmente aún estoy en duda de si dejar una estrella o dos ya que el libro me ha decepcionado muchísimo. Para mí, personalmente, no ha sido un buen cierre de serie y no sé si es que los personajes no me hacían tilín, Gregory no me convencía su caracter o al ser el más pequeño y el que menos hemos conocido durante la serie pues... casi que me daba todo igual (?) He echado en falta esa autora que tanto me gusta con sus diálogos tan divertidos y unos personajes que tienen una labia con la que consta Realmente aún estoy en duda de si dejar una estrella o dos ya que el libro me ha decepcionado muchísimo. Para mí, personalmente, no ha sido un buen cierre de serie y no sé si es que los personajes no me hacían tilín, Gregory no me convencía su caracter o al ser el más pequeño y el que menos hemos conocido durante la serie pues... casi que me daba todo igual (?) He echado en falta esa autora que tanto me gusta con sus diálogos tan divertidos y unos personajes que tienen una labia con la que constantemente hacen que leas con una sonrisa en los labios. Me daba igual si Gregory terminaba con la señorita Watson o con Lucy. Ninguno entre ellos me ha dado esa chispa que tanto me gusta, no he visto feeling pero si muchas vueltas a lo mismo. Pese a todos esto lo que si me ha gustado a sido el desarrollo de la historia, que me ha parecido diferente a lo que he leído al igual que la estructura del libro. He sentido como si el papel que normalmente juegan los hermanos u hombres (si no hay madres de por medio, claro) buscando la pareja ideal a su hermana, haya recaído en Lucy. Me ha parecido curioso y diferente.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Don ツ

    Well, that's not what I expected. It's enjoyable though.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tempo de Ler

    Gregory Bridgerton, um romântico incurável, sempre soube que encontrar o amor era apenas uma questão de tempo... nunca lhe passou pela cabeça foi que, quando encontrasse a mulher da sua vida, ela poderia não corresponder... Já Lucinda Abernathy, bem mais pragmática que o nosso herói, não está interessada nos disparates do amor até porque, como tantas (!) vezes nos faz saber, já está praticamente noiva... Mas quando Hermione, amiga de Lucy, deixa Gregory com o coração destroçado ela decide dar-lh Gregory Bridgerton, um romântico incurável, sempre soube que encontrar o amor era apenas uma questão de tempo... nunca lhe passou pela cabeça foi que, quando encontrasse a mulher da sua vida, ela poderia não corresponder... Já Lucinda Abernathy, bem mais pragmática que o nosso herói, não está interessada nos disparates do amor até porque, como tantas (!) vezes nos faz saber, já está praticamente noiva... Mas quando Hermione, amiga de Lucy, deixa Gregory com o coração destroçado ela decide dar-lhe uma ajudinha...e se é verdade que ambos acabam por encontrar o amor, não podemos dizer que o encontraram onde estavam à espera... Mais uma vez, o excelente sentido de humor da escritora reflecte-se de forma brilhante na sua prosa, o que, aliado às peripécias caricatas a que submete os seus pobres personagens, torna esta oitava adição à série Os Bridgerton um livro bem divertido... e enervante já que, apesar de se tornar imediatamente óbvio para nós que Lucy e Gregory foram feitos um para o outro eles parecem não ser tão perspicazes como nós e quando finalmente conseguem perceber o que nós já sabíamos há muito, surgem vários contratempos que os impedem de ficar juntos. Com o desenvolver do enredo, a história torna-se mais interessante e o meu interesse pela mesma foi aumentando em concordância. Lucy é forçada a fazer escolhas que vão contra o seu coração e Gregory, habituado a ter tudo o que quer sem se esforçar muito por isso, vai ter que decidir se desta vez vale a pena lutar. Gregory e Lucy pareceram-me um dos casais mais bem caracterizados desta série de Julia Quinn e também dos mais realistas, com os seus medos e aspirações a descoberto e algum espaço para crescer e melhorar. Além disso, ao longo do livro vamos tendo vislumbres dos outros Bridgerton e recordando alguns dos personagens dos livros anteriores - o que é sempre uma coisa boa! Gostei muito deste livro e só tenho uma reclamação a fazer: acabou depressa demais.

  28. 4 out of 5

    A_Ryan

    Still an absolute 5-star read the second time around!! Original review (from 2014) below: This is the eighth and final book in the Bridgerton series (well, apart from the epilogues) and tells the story of the youngest son, Gregory. After seeing all his siblings so successfully matched, Gregory has grown into a true romantic, believing that true love exists and conquers all. He patiently waits to meet his one true love, convinced that he would "just know the one" the instant he sees her. JQ exp Still an absolute 5-star read the second time around!! Original review (from 2014) below: This is the eighth and final book in the Bridgerton series (well, apart from the epilogues) and tells the story of the youngest son, Gregory. After seeing all his siblings so successfully matched, Gregory has grown into a true romantic, believing that true love exists and conquers all. He patiently waits to meet his one true love, convinced that he would "just know the one" the instant he sees her. JQ explores what can happen when we are so in love with the idea of love, that we sometimes miss the real thing. I loved this book. What a great way to end the series. Humour. Romance. Guns. Treason. Ballrooms. And pie.

  29. 5 out of 5

    valee

    OH no. no more Bridgertons for me, what will I do know? I really loved this series. Each of them were unique and special for me. This book had a slow beginning, even a bit annoying. It took me a lot to get to the good part of the book, maybe half the book. But the second part was really intense. That's why I can't give 5 stars to this book, but if it wasn't for the beginning I would definitely have because it was a terrific story. Gregory was an ass at the beginning but then he was so sweet and ca OH no. no more Bridgertons for me, what will I do know? I really loved this series. Each of them were unique and special for me. This book had a slow beginning, even a bit annoying. It took me a lot to get to the good part of the book, maybe half the book. But the second part was really intense. That's why I can't give 5 stars to this book, but if it wasn't for the beginning I would definitely have because it was a terrific story. Gregory was an ass at the beginning but then he was so sweet and caring that it wasn't possible not to love him. I strongly recommend this series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lorka

    I really enjoyed this book for the first 75%.... this author seems to consistently write with witty, amusing banter, that seems to keep the books lighthearted. This story was not the norm, where the hero and heroine are not initially attracted to each other as they are both connected or interested to other people. So it was actually very fun to watch them NOT suffer from insta-love or insta-lust and see them gradually realize that they do love each other. What was not entertaining though was how I really enjoyed this book for the first 75%.... this author seems to consistently write with witty, amusing banter, that seems to keep the books lighthearted. This story was not the norm, where the hero and heroine are not initially attracted to each other as they are both connected or interested to other people. So it was actually very fun to watch them NOT suffer from insta-love or insta-lust and see them gradually realize that they do love each other. What was not entertaining though was how over dramatic it got once they did exchange their "I love you's" at the end. The bad guy reared his ugly head in a super ridiculous way, I thought. Actually I could also use the word ridiculous to describe how everything wrapped up in the end. I was so over this couple and their LOVE drama that I skipped over their first (and maybe only?) love scene. The epilogue was very very cute though :)

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