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On the Way to the Wedding

Narrated by: Simon Prebble
Length: 11 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
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Summary

This Regency-era tale closes best-selling author Julia Quinn's popular and critically acclaimed Bridgerton series. Gregory Bridgerton has watched love simply walk into the lives of his six siblings, so he has just been waiting for his turn. When he sees beautiful Hermione Watson, he is sure he has found his soul-mate. But then Hermione's friend Lucy informs him that Hermione's heart belongs to another.
©2006 Julia Quinn (P)2007 Recorded Books

Critic reviews

"This tale is as frothy and festive as a glass of bubbly, and more than worthy of a toast." ( Publishers Weekly)

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  • Julia Aryeh
  • 06-08-07

decent!

Simon Prebble is by far one of the greatest readers especially in this genre. I love this family saga but this was the weaker of the others. Still excellent writing but the plot was a reach and was as if the author was just writing to finish it up. still worth the download, but dont expect the fullness of the others

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  • Windy
  • 23-07-07

Great Brigeton Romance

I loved this audio book. It definitely made my Atlanta commute to work easier. I wanted to take it in every day to hear what was happening next. The unlikely heroine was a great treat.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • Judy
  • 02-04-10

A littlle too drawn out...

This book rounded out the Bridgeton series and it was nice to read the story of Gregory. His character is quite endearing and heartbreakingly romantic, and Lucy was also very likable. However, the story dragged out far longer than necessary, to the point of being irritating at times. This was particularly hard because you figured out the real problem far sooner than it was revealed in the story and thus had to endure the tedium until it was finally discovered. But the characters of Gregory and Lucy are adorable together and it was gratifying to see it all resolved.

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  • Kimberly
  • 15-03-10

Suspenseful

This book makes you think, and as always has good love scenes.

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  • KBT
  • 07-07-09

a heartwarming story to listen to...

A happy, heartwarming ending for one of my most endearing series. This was the first one I listened to and enjoyed it enough to get the Bridgerton 2nd epilogues.

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  • Snuffy
  • 18-01-19

The best one in the series by far!

I have read all the books in this series. I had trouble at times finishing the previous books because it appeared that things were wrapped up pretty well by about the 5 hour mark & yet they still had another 4 or 5 hours left so I have skipped a few chapters here & there.
But I adored this book! Once I thought that things were wrapping up (kisses & love yous), but then suddenly the action began!
I did enjoy how much this narrator really got into the story and his level of excitement kept up perfectly and made it a lot of fun to listen to.
whether you've read the previous books or not doesn't matter because "On the Way to The Wedding" is just as awesome as a stand alone :)

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  • Sweet Red Reader
  • 05-01-19

Plot Twist!!

While Gregory and Lucy’s love story was not my fave of the Bridgertons so far, the last quarter of the book was so far beyond what I expected that I can’t help but bump it up a rating. It took a turn that I just did not see coming and I am so here for it! And I think I want Simon Prebble to narrate my life - he is a joy to listen to and I love his mastery of accents! 4.5 out of 5 wine glasses.

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  • Kae
  • 14-12-18

Just ok

The Hero barely said any words but "Lucy" or "I love you" repeatedly. It was nauseating. I actually yelled out loud, "We know her name!" "Yes, yes we know you love her." It's like he had nothing else to say. I almost turned it off multiple times and altogether skipped the sex scene because that's all he kept saying. This was my least favorite out of the line up.

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  • Ezinwanyi
  • 29-11-18

A nice end to an entertaining series

Gregory Bridgerton was such a romantic but his vision of how he would fall in love was nothing like what actually occurred. I love that he thought he would just know and it would be smooth sailing but as as all realists now, you gotta work for love.
Like many men, Gregory worked hard only to find out that what he thought he wanted wasn’t at all what he needed.

Lucinda Abernathy was a means to an end for Gregory. After all, her best friend Hermione Watson was the one that Gregory had fallen for. Gregory enlisted Lucinda’s help to land Hermione until he loses Hermione. Gregory learned that he had fallen for the friend instead. Now he just has to convince her that she isn’t a consolation prize.

This one was didn’t feel like a series ending story even though it was entertaining. I loved Hyacinth standing up for her brother. I loved Gregory fighting for love. It was good but not as angst filled as the prior stories.

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  • Elizabeth Vicinski
  • 23-10-18

Excellent again

Julia Quinn does it again. Bridgerton book after Bridgerton book. I just can't get enough. I'm glad she's decided to extend the series with a prequel series of books. I don't want my time with this family to end.