On the Way to the Wedding by Julia Quinn

The last book of the Bridgerton siblings, On the Way to the Wedding, takes place about four years after Hyacinth’s. Poor Gregory Bridgerton is being pushed by his brother Anthony to find his purpose. Fortunately, Gregory has just arrived at Anthony and Kate’s house party.

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Gregory Bridgerton, the last of the Bridgertons to get married, is the hero of this particular story. Gregory has always thought love would find him and he would know in an instant that she is the one. After all, with all his sibling making love matches, he should be able to as well, right?

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Lady Lucinda Abernathy is best friends with Hermione Watson (I couldn’t help but think of Emma Watson and her character Hermione). Hermione is the girl that all the guys fall all over themselves to try to get her attention. Lucy always feels like second best, which is perfectly fine since she’s practically engaged.

On The Way To The Wedding by Julia Quinn

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In On the Way to the Wedding, we have a prologue that leaves us hanging! Gregory has raced across Mayfair to stop a wedding. He pleads with the bride to stop and marry him. The bride is getting ready to answer and then we jump back in time two months.

Gregory arrives at his brother’s home where a house party was going on. He walks into the garden and trips into love, at least, so he thinks. Hermione and Lucy are chatting together when Gregory spots Hermione. But is Hermione the one for him or not? Read along and see!


I loved seeing Hyacinth, Anthony, and Kate again. Colin even makes an appearance. I was wary of whether or not there would be a happy ending after the prologue, but I must say- Julia Quinn didn’t disappoint. This book is a definite must-read from me for anyone who likes historical romances.

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