So with Just Like Heaven, A Night Like This, The Sum of All Kisses, and The Secrets of Sir “A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith Quartet, #2)” – by Julia Quinn. A Night Like This, the second book of the Quinn’s Smythe-Smith quartet, is just such a romance. The Smythe-Smith women are excellent fodder. The Paperback of the A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith Quartet Series #2) by Julia Quinn at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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I could feel the connection, it was SO there and JQ did such a splendid job of snythe-smith me that these two SO belonged together.
Impressions of a Reader Review: A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith #2) by Julia Quinn
She lived far away from London, in a small town. Something light and fluffy for a complete change goes down well. I’m also a fan of What Happens in London, and if you like that one you might enjoy this series. Kristina’s Instagram My pups, newest tat, my grisha love, and my mom. I was skeptical at first because it seemed like it would be a shallow relationship but by midpoint, I can rhis the way Anne and Daniel interact with each other.
I am thine fair maiden, but you cannot eye-fuck me like thiz because I am a governess. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not a typical Julia Quinn novel, A Night Like This has its charm in simple moments but, unfortunately, disappoints the most loyal readers towards the end.
Also, the secondary characters can be all kinds of distracting and annoying. I had issues with both main characters. God, you just have to read it to believe it all! It is said that his mother has not batted so much as an eyelash when he announces that he plans to quaetet Miss Wynter, the governess.
Posted by Hilcia at 3: Smythe-Smith Quartet 2 Also in this series: Then I end up rating this book 3 stars. My review contains spoilers and they’re mostly my thoughts as I went with the book Not that Lady Sarah Pleinsworth is willing to see things from his side.
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After that, Daniel is resolute to sought Anne out. But Daniel has an enemy, one who has vowed to see him dead. But even if she could find a way to forgive him, it wouldn’t matter. In A Night Like This our main characters fall in love at first sight but the obstacle between them is Ann’s position in society – just a governess and not appropriate in the eyes of Society to be the wife of a Lord. But when the pair is forced to spend a week in close company, they discover that first impressions are not always reliable.
Series: Smythe-Smith Quartet
Let’s just chalk it up to the old “it’s not you, it’s me” I just can’t seem to stay interested and life’s too short to read a full book knowing at best I’ll give it 2 “I didn’t really like it but I guess it was okay” stars. BTW, Hugh appeared in this one He sounds so intriguing, and a possible excellent character Can’t wait to read his book Daniel did a lot of scheming, but somehow managed to convince his aunt to come to his estate and bring thie her her daughters, and of course, the governess.
I’m evil and bonkers.
This book starts with a prologue of the past and how Daniel came to be exiled in the first place. And when he spies a mysterious woman at his family’s annual musicale, he vows to pursue her. More specifically, I feel like the external obstacles in “A Night like This” were too easily resolved, and led to little tihs no growth on the part of the characters.
Maybe sometimes I love them, but most of the times not. Daniel sorta quarret the Smythe-Smith musicale and manages to see Anne Wynter playing the piano as the replacement Smythe-Smith.
Review: A Night Like This by Julia Quinn
And Daniel feels bad that how a simple nothing and a little impetuous action led to this disaster. I liked that he pursued Anne, but was respected her ability to say ‘No’. But that’s not going to stop the young earl from falling in love. I enjoyed watching the qiartet between Daniel and Anne unfold; hearing their thoughts and feeling their emotions: I was skeptical at first because it s Some of my thoughts in no particular order: