Just Like Heaven by Julia Quinn (Smythe-Smith Quartet, Book 1)
No one does comedy, wit and light-hearted romance like Julia Quinn.
In which wandergurl and @katydidinoz band together to win a coveted ARC at ARRC2011′s silent auction.
Honoria Smythe-Smith plays the violin in the infamous Smythe-Smith quartet’s annual musicale. (If you’ve read the Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series, you’ll know they sound horrible.) It’s her secondish season out, and this time, she’s determined to find a husband, as the last few have cried off.
Marcus Holyroyd, Earl of Chatteris, is Honoria’s brother’s BFF. Since his hurried departure for the continent, he’s been looking out for Honoria (discreetly) and warning away any inappropriate suitors. He’s also secretly in love with her, but he hasn’t figured that out yet, which is all right, because she hasn’t figured out that she’s in love with him.
Will they figure it out in time for the next Smythe-Smith musicale?
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