By Julia Quinn
On the 6th of April, within the yr 1812 - accurately days ahead of her 16th birthday - Penelope Featherington fell in love. yet Colin Bridgerton definitely did not fall in love together with her in 1812 (and now not in 1813, 1814, 1815, or - oh blast, no longer in all of the years 1816-1822, both, and positively now not in 1823, while he was once abroad the entire time, anyway..' Penelope Featherington has secretly cherished her most sensible friend's brother forwell, it seems like eternally. After part a life of observing Colin Bridgerton from afar, she thinks she is familiar with every little thing approximately him, until eventually she stumbles throughout his inner most secretand fears she does not understand him at all.
Colin Bridgerton is uninterested in being regarded as not anything yet an empty-headed charmer, uninterested in everyone's preoccupation with the infamous gossip columnist woman Whistledown, who can not seem to submit an variation with out pointing out him within the first paragraph. but if Colin returns to London from a visit abroard he discovers not anything in his lifestyles is kind of an identical - particularly Penelope Featherington! the woman haunting his desires. but if he discovers that Penelope has secrets and techniques of her personal, this elusive bachelor needs to decideis she his greatest hazard - or his promise of a cheerful ending?
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Extra resources for Romancing Mr. Bridgerton (Bridgerton 4)
What, Penelope wondered, was she meant to say to that? ) than Colin Bridgerton with his hands clasped behind his back, his eyes flitting along the ceiling, and his lips puckered into an innocent whistle. " Colin immediately straightened to attention. " she repeated. " Colin just stared at her, wondering if she had any idea what she was asking. Probably not. " he said, mostly because he hadn't anything else to say. She let out a vaguely patronizing sigh. " If he were a less indulgent man, and if this were anyone but Penelope Featherington, whom he knew did not possess a malicious bone in her body, he might take offense.
Her heart leaped. The moment was breathtaking. And, she was able to tell herself with some satisfaction, the man in question—one Colin Bridgerton—felt precisely the same way. Oh, not the love part. He certainly didn't fall in love with her in 1812 (and not in 1813, 1814, 1815, or—oh, blast, not in all the years 1816-1822, either, and certainly not in 1823, when he was out of the country the whole time, anyway). But his earth shook, his heart leaped, and Penelope knew without a shadow of a doubt that his breath was taken away as well.
There was nothing she could do about it, though, so she decided to grin and bear it, and if she couldn't manage a grin, at least she wouldn't cry in public. Which, she took some pride in noting, she never did. And if that weren't enough, 1813 was the year that the mysterious (and fictitious) Lady Whistledown began publishing her thrice-weekly Society Papers. The single-sheet newspaper became an instant sensation. No one knew who Lady Whistledown really was, but everyone seemed to have a theory.