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I love Julia Quinn's writing! Not only is she humorous and interesting, she creates characters that you want to know and wish you knew better. Sebastian Gray is a delight, as is the heroin and many of the other characters. The story is light, fun and a joy to listen to. It's great to listen to because there isn't a lot of the vulgar description or language that I find detracts from other author's stories. The story is believable and makes the reader want to go back to the time of the ton... even just for a peak. If you enjoy a good period romance, you will very much enjoy this offering.
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This brings back Sebastian from What Happens in London, Olivia and Harry also make a few appearances. I loved Sebastian in that book and I love him even more in this one. The absolute best character is the Grandmother, Lady Vickers. OMG...laugh out loud funny scenes with her. I laughed so many times with this book, I don't really care that the plot is a little thin. There is no mystery, intrigue, danger, broken hearts, dark secrets, etc., it's just FUN. The dinner scene had me laughing hours afterwards. There are a couple of descriptive loves scenes, tame by my esitmation, along the lines of Lisa Kleypas, Julie Garwood, etc.
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What made the experience of listening to Ten Things I Love About You the most enjoyable?
This is the third book in the Bevelstoke series. (No1 was The secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever & No2 was What happens in London). It is up to Julia Quinn's usual standard - romantic but a bit racy and all set in the Pride & Prejudice era.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked how it flowed from the first two books but that the references to them were such that you could read it without having read the first two books.
What does Rosalyn Landor bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
She emphasised the emotions really well and brought it to life.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, I couldn't 'put it down' and even missed one of my favourite programme on TV to finish it off.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful