Really. But what else could interest Olivia more in her new bachelor neighbor, than a bit of mystery?
Harry, on the other hand, can’t stand his nosy new neighbor — she stares at his from her bedroom window. Oddly enough, luck isn’t with him when the war office demands that Harry get to know his gorgeous new neighbor.
I SO enjoyed this book – even the second time around. Yes, It’s fun & completely re-readable! Olivia is a wonderful character & I’ll absolutely be keeping a physical copy of this book on my shelf.
|Source:||Purchased hardcover from Doubleday in 2009; Purchased eBook from Amazon Dec 2011|
|My Review:||The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever||What Happens in London||Ten Things I Love About You|
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9 Replies to “Review: What Happens in London”
I don’t think I have ever read this author, but might just put her on my list from your review!! Thank you for introducing her to me.
First no ‘In Death’ and now no Quinn!?!?! What am I going to do with you?
This is definitely my favorite book from this series-I loved the read-aloud from Sebastian!
Oh me too!!
I Loved this one, Really liked the second, and the third was good… just not great.
I have only read one book by Julia Quinn but loved it 🙂
Can’t wait to read more by her!