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We can't really say more without giving away a big, fat spoiler, but it turns out that Colin is a bit of a meddler, Hyacinth is more of a meddler, and the only time all of the Bridgertons stop talking at once is when Penelope has something really embarrassing to say. Hey, we never said it was easy to marry a Bridgerton, just that it was fun. We can't really say more without giving away a big, fat spoiler, but it turns out that Colin is a bit of a meddler, Hyacinth is more of a meddler, and the only time all of the Bridgertons stop talking at once is when Penelope has something really embarrassing to say. Hey, we never said it was easy to marry a Bridgerton, just that it was fun.


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We can't really say more without giving away a big, fat spoiler, but it turns out that Colin is a bit of a meddler, Hyacinth is more of a meddler, and the only time all of the Bridgertons stop talking at once is when Penelope has something really embarrassing to say. Hey, we never said it was easy to marry a Bridgerton, just that it was fun. We can't really say more without giving away a big, fat spoiler, but it turns out that Colin is a bit of a meddler, Hyacinth is more of a meddler, and the only time all of the Bridgertons stop talking at once is when Penelope has something really embarrassing to say. Hey, we never said it was easy to marry a Bridgerton, just that it was fun.

30 review for Romancing Mister Bridgerton: The 2nd Epilogue

  1. 4 out of 5

    Exina

    Chronologically, the story takes place after the Bridgerton brothers’ search for Eloise when she had run away in To Sir Phillip, With Love. Colin and Penelope are newlyweds, and aside from some sweet thoughts for each other, it is not really their second epilogue, but an additional episode to Eloise’s book, To Sir Phillip, With Love. Colin and Penelope travel to Romney Hall for Eloise and Phillip’s wedding, where Penelope finally reveals her long-concealed identity to Eloise. It's totally unneces Chronologically, the story takes place after the Bridgerton brothers’ search for Eloise when she had run away in To Sir Phillip, With Love. Colin and Penelope are newlyweds, and aside from some sweet thoughts for each other, it is not really their second epilogue, but an additional episode to Eloise’s book, To Sir Phillip, With Love. Colin and Penelope travel to Romney Hall for Eloise and Phillip’s wedding, where Penelope finally reveals her long-concealed identity to Eloise. It's totally unnecessarily and overcomplicated, but the story is also full of witty dialogues, so it is amusing after all. “Eloise,” Penelope said, somewhat breathless from trying to shake off Hyacinth. “Penelope.” But Eloise’s voice sounded curious. “Eloise,” Hyacinth said, for no reason. “Hyacinth.” Penelope turned to her husband. “Colin.” He looked amused. “Penelope. Hyacinth.” Hyacinth grinned. “Colin.” And then: “Sir Phillip.” “Ladies.” Sir Phillip, it seemed, favored brevity. “Stop!” Eloise burst out. “What is going on?” “A recitation of our Christian names, apparently,” Hyacinth said.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Millie Razeh

    The way they told Eloise about the identity of Whistledown is underwhelming, but what am I supposed to expect really? You could always count on Hyacinth to ruin a plan. My second fave epilogue so far. Fun read not that serious, much like the actual book. The way they told Eloise about the identity of Whistledown is underwhelming, but what am I supposed to expect really? You could always count on Hyacinth to ruin a plan. My second fave epilogue so far. Fun read not that serious, much like the actual book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    April (Aprilius Maximus)

    1.) The Duke and I ★★★★ 1.5.) The Duke and I: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★★ 2.) The Viscount Who Loved Me ★★★★ 2.5.) The Viscount Who Loved Me: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★★★ 3.) An Offer From a Gentlemen ★★★★.5 3.5.) An Offer From a Gentlemen: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★ 4.) Romancing Mr Bridgerton ★★★ 4.5.) Romancing Mr Bridgerton: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★ 5.) To Sir Philip, With Love ★★ 5.5.) To Sir Philip, With Love: The 2nd Epilogue [ON TBR] 6.) When He Was Wicked [ON TBR] 6.5.) When He Was Wicked: The 2nd Epilogue [ON TBR] 7.) 1.) The Duke and I ★★★★ 1.5.) The Duke and I: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★★ 2.) The Viscount Who Loved Me ★★★★ 2.5.) The Viscount Who Loved Me: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★★★ 3.) An Offer From a Gentlemen ★★★★.5 3.5.) An Offer From a Gentlemen: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★ 4.) Romancing Mr Bridgerton ★★★ 4.5.) Romancing Mr Bridgerton: The 2nd Epilogue ★★★ 5.) To Sir Philip, With Love ★★ 5.5.) To Sir Philip, With Love: The 2nd Epilogue [ON TBR] 6.) When He Was Wicked [ON TBR] 6.5.) When He Was Wicked: The 2nd Epilogue [ON TBR] 7.) It's in His Kiss [ON TBR] 7.5.) It's in His Kiss: The 2nd Epilogue [ON TBR] 8.) On The Way To The Wedding [ON TBR] 8.5.) On The Way To The Wedding: The 2nd Epilogue [ON TBR] 8.6.) The Bridgertons: Happily Ever After [ON TBR] ----------------------------------------------- Colin is an ass, but i love the familial banter!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brittany McCann

    I love Hyacinthe more and more. This one just cemented it for me. The greatest thing about these 2nd epilogues is that you get to see a great intimate look at the siblings together, which is what I love the most about them. I do feel like there is a ginormous spoiler for book #5 though... 4 Stars

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erika

    “Eloise,” Penelope said, somewhat breathless from trying to shake off Hyacinth. “Penelope.” But Eloise’s voice sounded curious. Which did not surprise Penelope; Eloise was no fool, and she was well aware that her brother’s normal modes of behavior did not include beatific smiles in her direction. “Eloise,” Hyacinth said, for no reason Penelope could deduce. “Hyacinth.” Penelope turned to her husband. “Colin.” He looked amused. “Penelope. Hyacinth.” Hyacinth grinned. “Colin.” And then: “Sir Phillip.” “L “Eloise,” Penelope said, somewhat breathless from trying to shake off Hyacinth. “Penelope.” But Eloise’s voice sounded curious. Which did not surprise Penelope; Eloise was no fool, and she was well aware that her brother’s normal modes of behavior did not include beatific smiles in her direction. “Eloise,” Hyacinth said, for no reason Penelope could deduce. “Hyacinth.” Penelope turned to her husband. “Colin.” He looked amused. “Penelope. Hyacinth.” Hyacinth grinned. “Colin.” And then: “Sir Phillip.” “Ladies.” Sir Phillip, it seemed, favored brevity. “Stop!” Eloise burst out. “What is going on?” “A recitation of our Christian names, apparently,” Hyacinth said. Funny as always!

  6. 5 out of 5

    kris

    I somehow missed all the 2nd epilogues during my first read through, so, ah, here we go? This was fun: Hyacinth remains a vengeful goddess; Colin a devious disaster; and I really enjoy the familial atmosphere: even as they squabble and stew and fight, the Bridgertons et al love one another—while they sometimes loathe one another!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    Of all the Bridgerton couples, I like Colin and Penelope the most.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Redhead Haze

    “I’ve already instructed the others to keep their mouths shut.” “Even Hyacinth?” Penelope asked doubtfully. “Especially Hyacinth.” “Did you bribe her?” Violet asked. “Because it won’t work unless you bribe her.” “Good Lord,” Colin muttered. “One would think I’d joined this family yesterday. Of course I bribed her.” He turned to Penelope. “No offense to recent additions.” This Second Epilogue was extremely fun. It was focused on Eloise's wedding and the way Colin and Penelope were going to inform her “I’ve already instructed the others to keep their mouths shut.” “Even Hyacinth?” Penelope asked doubtfully. “Especially Hyacinth.” “Did you bribe her?” Violet asked. “Because it won’t work unless you bribe her.” “Good Lord,” Colin muttered. “One would think I’d joined this family yesterday. Of course I bribed her.” He turned to Penelope. “No offense to recent additions.” This Second Epilogue was extremely fun. It was focused on Eloise's wedding and the way Colin and Penelope were going to inform her about Lady Whistledown's identity. I loved how it showed the beautiful bond between the two friends but also the lovely life and mischief that the Bridgerton family brings. “Who would have thought we’d marry within months of each other?” Penelope mused. “Weren’t we meant to be old crones together?” “We can still be old crones,” Eloise replied gaily. “We shall simply be married old crones.” “It will be grand.” “Magnificent!” “Stupendous!” “We shall be leaders of crone fashion!” It was sweet and funny, definitely worth reading for a little insight but, I think I should've read Eloise's book before this Epilogue.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kaethe

    I am a fool for interstitial stories in general, but since everyone is reading/watching Bridgerton, and one may have to delay before the next installment, and one may be less than patient, they can save others by distracting one, however briefly. Tomorrow 's distraction is already booked. https://www.janeaustenandco.org/event... Library copy I am a fool for interstitial stories in general, but since everyone is reading/watching Bridgerton, and one may have to delay before the next installment, and one may be less than patient, they can save others by distracting one, however briefly. Tomorrow 's distraction is already booked. https://www.janeaustenandco.org/event... Library copy

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kate prefers books to people

    This one was a waste of time and paper. I guess Hyacinth is supposed to be cute.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Wealie

    2.75 stars - I wasn’t particularly enamoured by Colin in the main book and this second epilogue made me like him even less! I couldn’t believe how callous Colin was as he was happy to put his wife Penelope in distress for his own petty revenge back on his sister Eloise, (Penelope’s best friend) on her wedding day, no less. He appeared totally unaffected by Penelope’s discomfort at keeping secrets from Eloise and positively gleeful at the idea of upsetting his sister on her wedding. Also it was s 2.75 stars - I wasn’t particularly enamoured by Colin in the main book and this second epilogue made me like him even less! I couldn’t believe how callous Colin was as he was happy to put his wife Penelope in distress for his own petty revenge back on his sister Eloise, (Penelope’s best friend) on her wedding day, no less. He appeared totally unaffected by Penelope’s discomfort at keeping secrets from Eloise and positively gleeful at the idea of upsetting his sister on her wedding. Also it was so close to the events of the novel it didn’t really add much in terms of a HEA for Colin and Penelope. Perversely I think it detracted from my enjoyment of the full novel and gives away MAJOR spoilers for the next book, which I’ve yet to read - though this also happened with the previous 2nd epilogue spoiling the mystery in Colin and Penelope’s story, but at least that one was entertaining! Personally I’d give this 2nd epilogue a miss if you want to like Colin more!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Videlastro

    Baru mulai... Yak!! Mulai!!!! ^^ And yeaah... I'm finished it... yg gw suka adalah adegan saat.... “Eloise,” Penelope said, somewhat breathless from trying to shake off Hyacinth. “Penelope.” But Eloise’s voice sounded curious “Eloise,” Hyacinth said, for no reason Penelope could deduce. “Hyacinth.” Penelope turned to her husband. “Colin.” He looked amused. “Penelope. Hyacinth.” Hyacinth grinned. “Colin.” And then: “Sir Phillip.” “Ladies.” Sir Phillip, it seemed, favored brevity. “Stop!” Eloise burst out. Baru mulai... Yak!! Mulai!!!! ^^ And yeaah... I'm finished it... yg gw suka adalah adegan saat.... “Eloise,” Penelope said, somewhat breathless from trying to shake off Hyacinth. “Penelope.” But Eloise’s voice sounded curious “Eloise,” Hyacinth said, for no reason Penelope could deduce. “Hyacinth.” Penelope turned to her husband. “Colin.” He looked amused. “Penelope. Hyacinth.” Hyacinth grinned. “Colin.” And then: “Sir Phillip.” “Ladies.” Sir Phillip, it seemed, favored brevity. “Stop!” Eloise burst out. “What is going on?” Hahayy... It will be fun if I have a siblings like them.. hmpfth... ^^

  13. 5 out of 5

    A Book Vacation

    I enjoyed this second epilogue and didn't feel like it was too spoilery, whereas I felt tha way after reading the second epilogues of books 1 and 2. While this epilogue does tell us who Eloise marries, and a little about the scandal that encompasses it, it's nothing that I didn't already see coming because it's obvious all the Bridgerton's will marry in their own novel, and the person Eloise marries is an unknown character we haven't met in any of the other novels. I am excited to read Eloise's I enjoyed this second epilogue and didn't feel like it was too spoilery, whereas I felt tha way after reading the second epilogues of books 1 and 2. While this epilogue does tell us who Eloise marries, and a little about the scandal that encompasses it, it's nothing that I didn't already see coming because it's obvious all the Bridgerton's will marry in their own novel, and the person Eloise marries is an unknown character we haven't met in any of the other novels. I am excited to read Eloise's book, #5, so I can learn all about him, and I suspect this novel will be unlike any of the previous ones.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rim Hamdaoui

    Not that much interesting.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ann Mat

    The first three epilogues are almost identical, quite a relief that this has a direction.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Fun!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Denny

    Oh, Eloise, you heathen!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michelle J.

    While a fine, if very short, amusement, this story was way more about Eloise than Colin and Penelope. I was really hoping for more of their story, but this is not it, and I am left wanting for my favorite brother. Disappointed.

  19. 5 out of 5

    cc

    "I thought you wanted food!" "I do, but I want you more." "I thought you wanted food!" "I do, but I want you more."

  20. 5 out of 5

    Quinn

    Are you kidding me? $6.10? The same price as the full book for the 20-30 page 2nd epilogue? What a disgrace.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Filipa

    3,5 stars I can't wait to read Eloise's book!! 3,5 stars I can't wait to read Eloise's book!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mariana Custodio

    Quite nice and it left me awaiting for the next one so bad... But I'd like to see how she tells Colin aboout the pregnancy... Quite nice and it left me awaiting for the next one so bad... But I'd like to see how she tells Colin aboout the pregnancy...

  23. 5 out of 5

    B.A. Wilson

    For some reason, this is my least favorite of the novellas so far. I don’t dislike it. I just don’t love it like the others.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Molin

    Aww polin and eloise and hyacinth.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Georgina Whittaker

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was really sweet and lovely to read. Colin and Penelope’s relationship is so sweet and it was nice to read more about their lives after the wedding. Of course Hyacinth and Eloise were as characteristically funny as ever so it was a really nice read

  26. 4 out of 5

    Madison Doerr

    The best 2nd epilogue so far. Continued right along with the story rather than skipping significantly ahead and I believe will blend in well to the 5th book. We see lots of different characters and get to find out lady whistle downs best friends reaction to the reveal of her secret.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carissa

    OMG this is exactly what I was wondering WHY THIS SCENE WAS NEVER IN THE BOOK! With Eloise being so close to Penelope I needed Eloise's reaction. Better late then never! OMG this is exactly what I was wondering WHY THIS SCENE WAS NEVER IN THE BOOK! With Eloise being so close to Penelope I needed Eloise's reaction. Better late then never!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Day

    Cute and needed

  29. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Book 20 of 2021 I loved this epilogue! I loved that it didn’t jump forward too far in time & that it set up the next book in the series. I loved the glimpse we got of Colin & Penelope in love...something I wanted a little more of in the book. My favorite epilogue so far!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Myndi

    A great epilogue story with a hint at a future book!

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