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  • enchanting simple story of enduring love and winning your love against all odds

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  • The secret diaries of miss Miranda C

    Sweet and predictable no twists and turns itch throne but charming nevertheless

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  • Tear jerker

    Even knowing this story would have a happy ending, I shed quite a few tears while reading. Julia Quinn knows how to tug at your emotions, and really make you feel for the characters in her stories, and this one was no exception. I also love the humorous moments, they help to balance out the heartbreaking ones.

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  • a different kind of hero

    The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever is book one in the Bevelstoke Series by Julia Quinn. I was hesitant to buy this book at first because it has received a few poor reviews. But I am so glad that I decided to buy it anyway. It is a very different story from other romances by Quinn - by that I mean that the hero is basically a selfish bastard. Nigel Bevelstoke, Viscount Turner is probably the most selfish character that I have read by Quinn so far. I had a difficult time liking him through the majority of the book; however, I enjoyed the way Turner changes throughout the story. I really liked the heroine Miranda Cheever. Her unrequited love has its laugh out loud moments. Ignore the few negative reviews - this is a MUST read.

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  • Ontstressen

    Wil je nergens anders aan denken en een lichte roman lezen, raad ik dit boek aan. Ik heb ervan genoten! Er zit humor in, een mooie schrijfstijl, je waant je echt in de 19e eeuw, het boek ademt romantiek en verveelt niet.

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