What to Read Once You’ve Finished Bingeing ‘Bridgerton’

As the release date for Bridgerton’s second season draws closer and closer, those who find the wait unbearable might decide to check out the books on which the show is based. 

If you’ve already read those and need a new way to make the wait feel just a little shorter, consider trying out another book by Bridgerton author Julia Quinn. 

It might be difficult to pinpoint where exactly to start, so we present this handy guide recommending eight Julia Quinn books to try based on your favorite Bridgerton story!

It’s a tale as old as time: boy meets girl. Boy cannot be with girl because, among other reasons, she’s the younger sister of his best friend.

If You Liked The Duke and I: Try Just Like Heaven

Readers saw this in The Duke and I and this delightful little tradition is carried on in Just Like Heaven, the first book in the Smythe-Smith Quartet.

If You Liked The Viscount Who Loved Me: Try The Other Miss Bridgerton

Years after readers fell in love with the Bridgerton family, Julia Quinn gave them the Rokesbys.

The Other Miss Bridgerton is focused on Poppy Bridgerton, a cousin of eventual Bridgerton patriarch Edmund, and Captain Andrew Rokesby, a privateer.

If You Liked An Offer From A Gentleman: Try A Night Like Thi

A Night Like This has the same hallmarks of An Offer From A Gentleman that makes that book so much fun.

We have a heroine who is hiding something about her identity, and high, melodramatic stakes. What sets it apart is that hero Daniel Smythe-Smith has something of a shady, dangerous air himself.

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