Book 23: A Night Like This

16 Feb

anightlikethisA Night Like This by Julia Quinn


“Love is blind.” “But not illiterate.” 59

“Sad, strange, and evil are all very well and good, but I’d like to be wicked. Wouldn’t you?” 176

It was this quote that really got me. I just love the historical meaning and usage of the word wicked. I mean we have naughty, but it just doesn’t feel the same to me.

My favorite character would have to be Hugh Prentice. Well Hugh Prentice post-kidnapping. He seemed kind of dark and dreary, but still with a little je ne sais quoi. But when he got on board to rescue Anne, damn. Daniel’s descriptions of him were just so funny. Haha

“In fact, everyone went for the knife except Hugh, who, unnoticed to all, was standing in the doorway with a pistol trained on Chervil, looking almost bored.” 359

I am so glad that he will play a pivotal role in the next book due out June 25th 2013. You can find the summary and more information here. 🙂

~Lady E


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