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A Night Like This by Julia Quinn
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May 29, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: romantic-reads
Read from May 28 to 29, 2012

Quickly snarfed this one after it became available for purchase after midnight.

The Smythe-Smiths are strangely endearing, bad taste in music and writing included.

Anne, whom we met at the end of Just Like Heaven, takes the heroine's role this time and boy does she EVER have a backstory. So does Daniel, Honoria's elder brother.

People were serious about their revenge during the Regency (also serious about shirking personal responsibility: (view spoiler)).

One odd thing: Anne plays the piano quite well, or at least well enough to muddle through a very difficult piece of Mozart (and hit most of the notes). Yet, we never see her practice....

Is the next Smythe-Smith heroine Sarah? Or Iris? And who will her hero be? (Someone say Hugh - that poor man needs something else to do beyond torturing his father with his possible suicide.)
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Clari:) Yay! It´s Hugh and Sarah:)

Melissa Clarisa wrote: "Yay! It´s Hugh and Sarah:)"

I just looked at Julia's webpage the other day - so excited!

Clari:) Same here!!!:)

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