[Reading] ➷ What Happens in London (Bevelstoke, #2) Author Julia Quinn – Terrapin-info.co.uk


10 thoughts on “What Happens in London (Bevelstoke, #2)

  1. says:

    Julia Quinn always delivers on the fun And, she always does call backs to her other novels I like that the Smith Smythe Quartet are here, along with a mention of Lady Bridgerton It makes me feel like I have some sort of special inside knowledge It s a heady feeling all of this knowledge It makes me have a littleinsight to how God must feel....


  2. says:

    What Happens in London has so many rave reviews, that maybe my expectations were a little too high I do think Julia Quinn s writing style is excellent, so much thought goes into every single page The main characters witty banter and snappy inner dialogue were so much fun to read I absolutely loved the supporting character, Sebastian He was just too much fun to read about, especially his love for the silly Ms Butterworth novel He was such a vivid character who just jumped off the page What Happens in London has so many rave reviews, that maybe my expectations were a little too high I do think Julia Quinn s writing style is excellent, so much thought goes into every single page The main characters witty banter and snappy inner dialogue were so much fun to read I absolutel...


  3. says:

    Do you like Cute If you do and find JQ funny, then you will love this fluffy, light, sweet romance which is nothing but one vignette after another of the H H flirting and rolling their eyes and just being a dor a ble.If you dont find JQ funny sacrilege , then you might begin to notice that beyond the set up to get the H H to meet, this book doesnt have a plot and that the H H act like they are 16 instead of 28 22 The H H are next door neighbors and talk outside their windows constantly The A Do you like Cute If you do and find JQ funny, then you will love this fluffy, light, sweet romance which is nothing but one vignette after another of the H H flirting and rolling their eyes and just being a dor a ble.If you dont find JQ funny sacrilege , then you might begin to notice that beyond the set up to get the H H to meet, this book doesnt have a plot and that the H H act like they are 16 instead of 28 22 The H H are next door neighbors and talk outside their windows constantly The AAR Review likened this to a Romeo Juliet vibe Actually, it wasnt so much Romeo Juliet as it wasDrive Me Crazy, the teen romantic comedy in which a high school girl romanced her best friend neighbor, also through her window This JQ novel only needed a Britney Spears soundtrack.This is the spinoff of The Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever and instead of diary entries scatt...


  4. says:

    This was a lovely book Different than the previous one in the series but equally wonderful nevertheless Harry is a great hero A bitquiet than usual, the beta type, which I ve really come to love during the past few years He s also bookish, which is always a plus for me, and a translator How perfect Olivia is strong and quirky and beautiful What I mostly loved about her is that she knew that she was very pretty and she realised how lucky she was for her good looks, but at the same t This was a lovely book Different than the previous one in the series but equally wonderful nevertheless Harry is a great hero A bitquiet than usual, the beta type, which I ve really come to love during the past few years He s also bookish, which is always a plus for me, and a translator How perfect Olivia is strong and quirky a...


  5. says:

    When I read a JQ book, I know what to expect a light, funny and fluffy read, filled with amusing banter between the H h That s what I got from this book, so I m thoroughly satisfied.Harry was adorable really, I have no other adjective to qualify him and Olivia was the typical JQ heroine, i.e., sassy, outspoken and a bit eccentric she liked reading, gasp, newspapers Their inner thoughts and witty dialogues not only with each other but with some secondary characters too made me laugh When I read a JQ book, I know what to expect a light, funny and fluffy read, filled with amusing banter between the H h That s what I got from this book, so I m thoroughly satisfied.Harry was adorable really, I have no other adjective to qualify him and Olivia was the typical JQ heroine, i.e., sassy, outspoken and a bit eccentric she liked reading, gasp, newspapers Their inner thoughts and witty dialogues not only with each other but with some secondary characters too made me laugh out loudthan once, and that s what matters to me when I read a JQ book.The suspense thriller near the end was distracting and unnecessary, IMHO, and I admit skimmed through it I mean, Harry and Olivia had already said their ILY and all JQ had left to do was to show the reader how Harry was going to propose since he had made such a big deal out...


  6. says:

    Russian spies witty banter sexual tension the first five star Julia Quinn book for me.


  7. says:

    I m not a blindly adoring JQ fangirl who automatically thinks that everything she churns out is literary gold or, um, even literary stainless steel , but when JQ is at her best or even close to best, there are very few writers of any genre or era who can charm and delight me .I absolutely, unreservedly loved this book There aretechnically flawless, smoothly paced books I ve read over the past year, but very, very few which elicited this degree of personal attachment and that awww, s I m not a blindly adoring JQ fangirl who automatically thinks that everything she churns out is literary gold or, um, even literary stainless steel , but when JQ is at her best or even close to best, there are very few writers of any genre or era who can charm and delight me .I absolutely, unreservedly loved this book There aretechnically flawless, smoothly paced books I ve read over the past year, but very, very few which elicited this degree of personal attachment and tha...


  8. says:

    SUPER fluffy Even for a Quinn But in a cotton candy delicious kind of way Very much a comedy first, and romance second The end has some ridiculous contrived issues to overcome ransom, I don t even know who you are that were completely unnecessary Neither the title, nor the cover fits the book very well, which is frustrating, as I could imagine some fantastic replacements The Benefits of Conversing Through WindowsBy Lady Olivia Bevelstoke, Avid Window Fan How to Throw in Possibly Deep SUPER fluffy Even for a Quinn But in a cotton candy delicious kind of way Very much a comedy first, and romance second The end has some ridiculous contrived issues to overcome ransom, I don t even know who you are that were completely unnecessary Neither the title, nor the cover fits the book very well, which is frustrating, as I could imagine some fantastic replacements The Benefits of Conversing Through WindowsBy Lady Olivia Bevelstoke, Avid Window Fan How to Throw in Possibly Deep Meaningful Story such as a drunk dad, ...


  9. says:

    I so adored this book I adored the h and them as a couple The reviews are mixed, but for me it was a winner The humor goes into farcical but that was intentional, I felt Well, I was smiling and chuckling so I am good with this one The h H are next door neighbors in Mayfair, London He is the new occupant to the south of their residence and the bored h s interest is piqued According to gossip, he is a recluse and a wife killer to boot And her window is strategically placed with a view into h I so adored this book I adored the h and them as a couple The reviews are mixed, but for me it was a winner The humor goes into farcical but that was intentional, I felt Well, I was smiling and chuckling so I am good with this one The h H are next door neighbors in Mayfair, London He ...


  10. says:

    Love hate relationship Spies Cute funny bantering Window staring.This is a delight The romance is absolutely adorable with the nonstop cute bantering I find both Olivia and Harry to be sensible, sweet, and entertaining Their romance is gradual and rather smooth sailing, even with the dislike they had for each other in the beginning I adore that they share a mutual distaste yet fondness for a silly Gothic novel that they both read together I a...


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What Happens in London (Bevelstoke, #2) RUMORS AND GOSSIP THE LIFEBLOOD OF LONDONWhen Olivia Bevelstoke Is Told That Her New Neighbor May Have Killed His Fiancee, She Doesn T Believe It For A Second, But, Still, How Can She Help Spying On Him, Just To Be Sure So She Stakes Out A Spot Near Her Bedroom Window, Cleverly Concealed By Curtains, Watches, And Waits And Discovers A Most Intriguing Man, Who Is Definitely Up To Something.Sir Harry Valentine Works For The Boring Branch Of The War Office, Translating Documents Vital To National Security He S Not A Spy, But He S Had All The Training, And When A Gorgeous Blonde Begins To Watch Him From Her Window, He Is Instantly Suspicious But Just When He Decides That She S Nothing Than An Annoyingly Nosy Debutante, He Discovers That She Might Be Engaged To A Foreign Prince, Who Might Be Plotting Against England And When Harry Is Roped Into Spying On Olivia, He Discovers That He Might Be Falling For Her Himself

  • Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • What Happens in London (Bevelstoke, #2)
  • Julia Quinn
  • English
  • 03 May 2018
  • 0061491888

About the Author: Julia Quinn

1 New York Times bestselling author Julia Quinn loves to dispel the myth that smart women don t read or write romance, and in 2001 she did so in grand style, competing on the the game show The Weakest Link and walking away with the 79,000 jackpot She displayed a decided lack of knowledge about baseball, country music, and plush toys, but she is proud to say that she aced all things British an 1 New York Times bestselling author Julia Quinn loves to dispel the myth that smart women don t read or write romance, and in 2001 she did so in grand style, competing on the the game show The Weakest Link and walking away with the 79,000 jackpot She displayed a decided lack of knowledge about baseball, country music, and plush toys, but she is proud to say that she aced all things British and literary, answered all of her history and geography questions correctly, and knew that there was a Da Vinci long before there was a code.In 2010, Ms Quinn won her third RITA Award in four years and was the thirteenth author to be inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame Her books have been translated into twenty nine languages, and she has been profiled in USA Today and TIME Magazine Her twenty sixth novel, The Girl With the Make Believe Husband, will be released in 2017