Netflix Series: Bridgerton

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Summary

In the 1800s, London’s high society was all about the connections and marriage bonds that help secure a respectable future. Interestingly, the local social paper by a secret writer, Lady Whistledown, would reveal secrets and scandals of the great families.

Looking for love was not an easy task. Lost love and betrayals between lovers and friendships occurred. Attracting suitors took a lot of scheming and planning. It was like a war zone.

Just when Daphne Bridgerton thought that she had won the title of being flawless in the queen’s eyes, a gal from the countryside stole all the suitors’ attention. In order to stir up interests of suitors, she joined up with the most eligible bachelor, the Duke of Hastings. Simon Basset was not interested in marriage whatsoever, so getting connected with Daphne would rid him of further marriage advancements.

Things became complicated as they got to know each other more and more…

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Conclusion

From the beautiful gowns and picturesque scenery, it was a pleasure to binge watch this series. I noticed that the background music actually played modern songs with an old fashioned style.

I enjoyed the turn of events whenever someone appeared to be hopeless. The tales of a true marriage relationship was constantly mentioned. I definitely became a bit emotional as certain scenes.

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8 thoughts on “Netflix Series: Bridgerton

  1. I enjoyed this series, but did fast forward a few times due to some of the rather steamy scenes. There was a good interview by the lead male that I read about the series.

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