The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After by Julia Quinn

The last book in the series is actually a collection of short stories. The second epilogues of each of the eight books is in The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After. But it’s not only the second epilogues. There’s a novella about Violet Bridgerton.

A quote from The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After by Julia Quinn

Edmund Bridgerton, the patriarch of the Bridgertons, is first talked about in the novella about Violet, when he is ten. It seems that the Bridgerton siblings get their love of pranks honestly. Edmund had flour bombed Violet, who is all of eight and a half. What a bad impression he made. Violet declares that she hates Edmund Bridgerton.

A quote from The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After by Julia Quinn

Lady Violet Bridgerton nee Ledger was an only child. When she first debuted, she was a wallflower. Yet, the wallflower still attracted someone. Edmund recognized Violet and started chatting with her. One look in his eyes after he asks her to dance and Violet was lost.

The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After by Julia Quinn

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After, we get a second epilogue from each of the previous eight books. Stories about Daphne finding herself pregnant sixteen years after her fourth child was born to more Bridgerton pall mall. But then there’s the piece de resistance.

Violet in Bloom- a novella about the central figure in all of the Bridgerton books- Violet Bridgerton. But this novella travels back in time to when she was eight and a half and met one Edmund Bridgerton. There are little vignettes of her life thereafter.


The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After is a great selection of epilogues so we can revisit some of our favorite characters. The novella was well worth it. I loved reading about Violet. This book is a definite must-read from me for anyone who likes historical romances.

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