The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After by Julia Quinn is a collection of novellas that revisits the beloved Bridgerton family and their respective partners after their happily ever afters. In this book, readers are invited to delve deeper into the lives of the beloved family as we bid our farewell to the series that has warmed our hearts.
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- About the Series
- Official Description
- Our Overview
- Our Review
- The Netflix series
- Frequently Asked Questions
About the Series
The Bridgerton series is a collection of romance novels written by Julia Quinn. The series is set in the Regency era of England, and follows the lives of the eight Bridgerton siblings as they navigate love, marriage, and society. Each book in the series is centred on one of the siblings, and follows their love story as they find their happily ever after. The series has gained a large following and has been adapted into a popular Netflix show.
There are nine books in the series:
- The Duke & I (Daphne & Simon)
- The Viscount Who Loved Me (Anthony & Kate)
- An Offer from a Gentleman (Benedict & Sophie)
- Romancing Mister Bridgerton (Colin & Penelope)
- To Sir Phillip, With Love (Eloise & Phillip)
- When He Was Wicked (Francesca & Michael)
- It’s In His Kiss (Hyacinth & Gareth)
- On the Way to the Wedding (Gregory & Lucy)
- The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After
We are also blessed with a number of collections s:
- The Wit and Wisdom of Bridgerton (Lady Whistledown’s Official Guide)
- The Further Observations of Lady Whistledown
- Lady Whistledown Strikes Back
The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After
#1 New York Times bestselling author Julia Quinn presents a novella featuring Violet Bridgerton along with a collection of “second epilogues” to her Bridgerton series—her beloved Regency-set novels featuring her charming, powerful Bridgerton family—now a series created by Shondaland for Netflix.
Ever wonder what happens after the Happily Ever After?
“The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After” by Julia Quinn is a collection of eight novellas that give readers an in-depth look at the lives of each of the Bridgerton siblings after their respective happy endings.
Once Upon a Time in the Viscountryside
The first novella, “Once Upon a Time in the Viscountryside,” follows the eldest Bridgerton sibling, Anthony, as he and his wife, Kate, navigate married life and the unexpected arrival of their first child. Anthony struggles to balance his duties as a husband, father, and viscount, and Kate worries that he may be neglecting her and their son in favor of his responsibilities.
The Duke and I: Epilogue II
The second novella, “The Duke and I: Epilogue II,” revisits Simon and Daphne, the main couple from the first book in the Bridgerton series. The novella explores their life together after the birth of their first child and how they navigate the challenges of parenthood while also maintaining their strong bond.
A Tale of Two Sisters
The third novella, “A Tale of Two Sisters,” focuses on the relationship between Eloise and Francesca, the two Bridgerton sisters who have yet to find their own happily ever afters. Eloise is content with her single life, but Francesca longs for a husband and children. When Francesca meets John Stirling, a man who seems to be her perfect match, Eloise worries that her sister is moving too quickly and may be headed for heartbreak.
The Viscount Who Loved Me: Epilogue II
The fourth novella, “The Viscount Who Loved Me: Epilogue II,” continues the story of Anthony and Kate. Here, they prepare for their second child. Kate is determined to have a home birth, despite Anthony’s reservations, and the novella explores the challenges they face in making this happen.
A Midsummer Night’s Romance
The fifth novella, “A Midsummer Night’s Romance,” follows the love story of Hyacinth Bridgerton, the youngest Bridgerton sibling, and Gareth St. Clair, the son of her mother’s old friend. Hyacinth is a sharp-tongued young woman who is not easily impressed, but Gareth intrigues her with his intelligence and wit. The two begin a passionate affair, but when a secret from Gareth’s past is revealed, their relationship is threatened.
The Lady Most Likely
The sixth novella, “The Lady Most Likely,” is a collaboration between Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway. The novella follows the story of three women who attend a house party and find themselves competing for the attention of the same man. The novella explores themes of friendship, competition, and the power of love.
Ten Things I Love About You
The seventh novella, “Ten Things I Love About You,” follows the story of Sebastian Grey, the Marquess of Dain, and Annabel Winslow, a young woman who is determined to make a good match despite her family’s financial difficulties. Sebastian is a notorious rake who is surprised to find himself falling for Annabel, but their love is threatened by secrets from their pasts.
Happily Ever After
The final novella, “Happily Ever After,” brings all of the Bridgerton siblings and their partners together for a grand family reunion. The novella explores the bonds of family, the joys of parenthood, and the enduring power of love.
This book offers a satisfying conclusion to the series by giving readers an in-depth look at the lives of each of the Bridgerton siblings after their respective happy endings.
The novellas are well-written and engaging, and they offer a variety of storylines that kept us fuzzy-hearted from beginning to end. Each novella focuses on a different sibling or couple, and the stories range from heartwarming to humorous to romantic.
Moreover, this novel proivdes a deeper understanding of the Bridgerton siblings and their partners. We all know the best part of the novels is the family drama! By exploring their lives after their happy endings, readers get to see how their relationships evolve and how they face new challenges and adventures.
Another part of this book that left our hearts fluttering is the way it brings all of the Bridgerton siblings and their partners together for a grand family reunion in the final novella. This is a fitting conclusion to the series, and it is sure to leave readers feeling satisfied and happy. Although, the happiness may be bittersweet!
Overall this is a charming and enjoyable book that is perfect for fans of the Bridgerton series. It offers a satisfying & bittersweet conclusion to the series and gives readers an opportunity to revisit their favorite characters and see how their lives have unfolded.
Overall Rating: ★★★★★
The Netflix Series
The hit Netflix series has taken off as an international sensation. If you’ve finished the series and are in a puddle of tears, worry not! You can relive the magic of Bridgerton on the big screen! (Or, small screen, depending on what you’re tuning into Netflix on)
If you haven’t had the blessing of watching the series yet, check out the trailer and see if you can stop yourself!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Bridgertons Happily Ever After About?
This novel brings us a wonderful epilogue of all the siblings. We can see how their lives have changed and reconnect with them all together before finishing the series.
Do I need to read the other books in the series to understand “The Bridgertons’ Happily Ever After”?
While it’s not necessary to read the other books in the series to understand the plot of any of the Bridgerton novels: this is the one exception. If you haven’t read the other books, reading a collection of epilogues might be a little confusing to say the least!
What is the best Bridgerton book?
Obviously, it’s mostly up to the person. Each book follows different themes, so there’s no definitive list of which is objectively the best. Personally, our favorite is An Offer From a Gentleman – it has its ups and downs and addresses some pretty modern issues in a different face.