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    Bridget Jones meets Pride and Prejudice.

    Lady Bridget’s Diary by Maya Rodale (Audio Edition) Narrated by Saskia Maarleveld Series: Keeping Up with the Cavendishes #1 4 Stars - This book is very much a Bridget Jones meets Pride and Prejudice. It really is the best way I can describe it. The storyline is always a good one and I liked the slight changes in the details. The narrator was new to me and she read well, I would listen to her again.
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    Lady Bridgets Diary

    Really enjoyed this book,well written lovely story. well developed story line and nice story twists. Great characters very believable made it a easy read.
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    Exquisitely Satisfying & Impossible to Put Down!

    5 Stars | Hot Steam As a longtime fan of Maya Rodale’s signature splendidness, I knew, without a doubt, that I’d enjoy this book. However, not since Avery & Ashbrooke’s breathtakingly beautiful story in THE WICKED WALLFLOWER has Rodale’s delightful writing been more enchanting, affecting, and dreamily transportive! Inspired by Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE and borrowing the best elements from its modern retelling, BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY, Maya Rodale has artfully and affectionately penned one of the most remarkably brilliant, blissfully entertaining, irresistibly sensual, and perfectly joyous mashups/homages/re-imaginings in Historical romance today with her latest keeper-shelf confection, LADY BRIDGET’S DIARY. From prologue to epilogue, Rodale deftly works her literary magic, transforming the charmingly familiar into something wonderfully unique, fresh, vital, and so impossibly endearing that I couldn’t contain my happy, I’m-in-heaven tears. Jane Austen would be so proud and Helen Fielding green with envy as Bridget and Darcy’s revelation of a romance lovingly honors the former and outshines the latter page after paradisal page. Darling Bridget is positively adorable and imperfectly perfect in all of her hilariously harried and ravenous glory! She is a marvelous heroine—witty, spirited, brave, open-hearted, and prone to wild romanticisms. I admired her ability to laugh at herself as well as her resilience in the face of adversity. I especially savored her axis-shifting effect on snobbish, stuffy, and divinely sexy Lord Darcy. Darcy may start as a stuck-up prig but, after one fateful, uproariously irregular encounter with Lady Bridget, “The Girl Who Fell,” his carefully regimented world is annihilated with feelings—intense, unwanted, and overpowering feelings that Darcy has been forcibly raised to not have or relinquish himself to. Scandalous Bridget shocks him, stands up to him, speaks her mind, and unbeknownst to her, dangerously tempts and awakens him like no other woman before her. Darcy becomes increasingly rattled, on edge, and maddened with inconvenient lust for her unconventional behavior, surprising mind, and luscious curves. His riveting anguish, frustration, and despair simply melted me. And, when he couldn’t fight his driving need for Bridget any longer and his passions broke free…Mercy, he was magnificent! Exquisitely satisfying and impossible to put down, LADY BRIDGET’S DIARY is the swoon of the season! You’re going to love it! Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
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    Maya Rodale reigns!

    It had been sheer torture waiting for a new book from one of my favourite authors, the mere title was so promising, that I did not even think to read the blurb until I picked up the book. Does it live up to my expectations? Did the sun come up this morning? The new Duke of Durham hails from the colonies, James Cavendish recently inherited the title much to his dismay, but he does have three sisters who will have to make their debut, so off they all travel to London for the Season. And Lady Bridget Cavendish becomes the scorn of the Ton, when upon her faux pas she earns the unenviable nickname of “The Girl Who Fell”. The charming and amusing Rupert Wright comes to her rescue, and Bridget is immediately smitten; Rupert is so unlike his equally good-looking but stern brother, Lord Darcy. And yet there is something about “Dreadful Darcy”… As the title implies, Bridget has a diary in which she laments her reducing diet, her lack of enthusiasm and talent for etiquette and deportment, which she had no use for in America. Nothing goes well, apart from her infatuation with Rupert, and it goes from bad to worse when her diary disappears. Said diary contains much more than unflattering remarks about Darcy, lives could be ruined if it is not found, and this is the third of a series of spectacular plot twists! LADY BRIDGET’S DIARY is filled with Ms. Rodale’s legendary sparkling wit, the writing is superb, the dialogues clever and amusing, the characters impeccably drawn, and the romance is absolutely lovely. Even though he is not a Cavendish, I am hoping to read more about Rupert; he is a wonderful character, and the possibilities are endless! This is one of the most solid stories Ms. Rodale has ever written, and I cannot wait for the next instalments in what promises to be another brilliant series! I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    Great fun!

    Lady Bridget's Diary is a lively romp with amusing, engaging characters. This 19th-century take-off on Bridget Jones' Diary will have you chuckling from beginning to end.
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