Everything and the Moon - Julia Quinn

Everything and the Moon

By Julia Quinn

  • Release Date - Published: 2009-10-13
  • Book Genre: Historical
  • Author: Julia Quinn
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 106 Ratings)

Everything and the Moon Julia Quinn read online review & book description:

It was indisputably love at first sight. But Victoria Lyndon was merely the teenaged daughter of a vicar. . .while Robert Kemble was the dashing young earl of Macclesfield. Surely what their meddlesome fathers insisted must have been true-that he was a reckless seducer determined to destroy her innocence. . . and she was a shameless fortune hunter. So it most certainly was for the best when their plans to elope went hopelessly awry.

Even after a seven-year separation, Victoria-now a governess-still leaves Robert breathless. But how could he ever again trust the raven-haired deceiver who had shattered his soul? And Victoria could never give her heart a second time to the cad who so callously trampled on it the first. But a passion fated will not be denied, and vows of love yearn to be kept. . . even when one promises the moon.

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Posted Reviews

  • Ghostwriter

    By 123456luli
    This book must have been written by a ghostwriter. The sentence structure/style is not on par with a usual Quinn novel. It lacks the usual humor/wit.
  • My new all time favorite!

    By Jas1716
    The story is touching and also had me laughing out loud. Although there are times where both of the characters are frustrating, their actions are understandable and it does not make them unlikeable.

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