Romancing Mister Bridgerton Quotes

Julia Quinn
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"Miss Penelope Featherington's unfortunate gown left the unfortunate girl looking like nothing more than an overripe citrus fruit" (Prologue, p. 6).

"One would think," Eloise said with a snort, "that a vital component of charity and grace is the ability not to draw attention to one's possession of them" (Chapter 1, p. 28).

"Actually, I'm an excellent liar. But what I'm really good at is appearing appropriately sheepish and adorable after I'm caught" (Chapter 2, p. 37).

"It's odd how the 'ton' seems to entertain themselves by pointing out how unentertained they are" (Chapter 2, p. 47).

"One thousand pounds..." It seemed the entire ballroom had hushed into reverent silence. "...to the person who unmasks Lady Whistledown" (Chapter 2, p. 48).

"Isn't it nice," the older lady said, leaning in so that only Penelope could hear her words, "to discover that we're not exactly what we thought we were" (Chapter 3, p. 54).

"There wasn't a woman alive who...

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