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Series: Bridgertons

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TitlesOrder
Violet in Bloom by Julia QuinnViolet, 0
The Duke and I by Julia Quinn1
The Duke and I: The 2nd Epilogue (in The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After) by Julia Quinn Daphne, 1.5
The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn2
The Viscount Who Loved Me : The 2nd Epilogue by Julia QuinnAnthony, 2.5
An Offer from a Gentleman by Julia Quinn3
An Offer from a Gentleman : The 2nd Epilogue by Julia QuinnBenedict, 3.5
Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn4
Romancing Mister Bridgerton : The 2nd Epilogue by Julia QuinnColin, 4.5
To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia QuinnEloise, 5
To Sir Phillip, With Love: The Epilogue II (Bridgertons, #5.5) by Julia QuinnEloise, 5.5
When He Was Wicked by Julia Quinn6
When He Was Wicked : The 2nd Epilogue by Julia QuinnFrancesca, 6.5
It's in His Kiss by Julia Quinn7
It's In His Kiss: The Epilogue II by Julia QuinnHyacinth, 7.5
On the Way to the Wedding by Julia Quinn8
On the Way to the Wedding : The 2nd Epilogue by Julia QuinnGregory, 8.5
The Bridgertons : Happily Ever After by Julia Quinn9
The Further Observations of Lady Whistledown [Anthology 4-in-1] by Julia Quinn2004 Anthology
Lady Whistledown Strikes Back [Anthology 4-in-1] by Julia Quinn2005 Anthology
The Duke and I / The Viscount Who Loved Me / An Offer from a Gentleman / Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia QuinnOmnibus 1-4
The Duke and I / The Viscount Who Loved Me / An Offer From a Gentleman / Romancing Mister Bridgerton / To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia QuinnOmnibus 1-5

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Lady Whistledown's Society Papers,
26 April 1813

This London "rag" commended the Viscountess and the late Viscount Bridgerton for their industrious prolificacy. Never has society seen such a large, homogeneous-looking clan, nor one with such banal names; Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, and Hyacinth.

What were they thinking? Truly, the only way they could remember their offsprings' names were if those names were issued in alphabetical order ? !

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