Julia Quinn’s ‘Bridgerton’ Books Ranked 

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If you’ve binged the second season of Netflix’s Bridgerton already and need another fix, impatient audiences might find themselves turning to the book series that started it all. As an avid Bridgerton fan myself, I’ve read the full series more than once and find myself surprised at how the order of my favorites has shifted as I’ve grown up. Though each book has many things to love about it, which one comes out on top? And why? I present my ranking of the Bridgerton books: Honorable Mention: Violet in Bloom Violet in Bloom receives an honorable mention because unlike the others it is not a full-length story, but rather a novella in vignettes first published alongside eight “second epilogues” for the main series — which are now included in print at the end of their respective novels. The short story follows Bridgerton family matriarch Violet during her courtship and eventual marriage to her late husband Viscount Edmund Bridgerton. It is often stated across the series how much theirs was a love match, and just how deeply they cared for one another. So much so that when Edmund died at 38 years old, his young widow couldn’t bring herself to remarry. […]

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