Review: An Offer From a Gentleman by Julia Quinn
This was an entertaining read. Like the previous Bridgerton novels, this one was fun and frothy and never takes itself too seriously. The scenes after the ball are quite amusing, with Benedict never realising that the maid he has just rescued from an extremely dangerous situation is the same woman that he fell in love with at the masquerade ball. The final third of the novel proves that the Bridgerton family really are a loving an loyal family, and Violet does put the happiness of her children above everything else.
All in all, this is a light and romantic read, with plenty to entertain and amuse fans of the series.