Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Julia Quinn's newest book, 'An Offer From A Gentleman', is likened to what fairy tale?||Julia Quinn Trivia
Cinderella. Julia Quinn likens the book as a Cinderella story on her website, www.juliaquinn.com
|In 'The Viscount Who Loved Me', the hero, Anthony, is deadly afraid of what?||Julia Quinn Trivia
Bees. Anthony's father was killed at a young age by a bee sting, so he is is afraid if he is stung by one, he will die as well.
|'The Duke and I', starts a new series.What is the main character, Daphne's last name? (we will be seeing a whole lot more of it to come!)||Julia Quinn Trivia
Bridgerton. Julia Quinn started the Bridgerton series with Daphne in 'The Duke and I', followed by 'The Viscount Who Loves Me', and 'An Offer from a Gentleman', more to come as well.
|In 'To Catch A Heiress', Caroline Trent likes to do what, that we see at the start of every chapter?||Julia Quinn Trivia
Keep a Dictionary of Words. Throughout the entire book, Caroline keeps a book of words she likes and their meaning, and the end of the book, is a few pages with more words describing her life after the book ends.
|Victoria's (from 'Everything and the Moon') sister is the heroine in 'Brighter than the Sun', what is her name?||Julia Quinn Trivia
Eleanor. Eleanor marries Charles Wycombe.
|In 'Everything and the Moon', Victoria and Robert meet again. How many years earlier had they planned to elope?||Julia Quinn Trivia
7. Victoria's father locked them up the night they were supposed to elope and she couldn't escape.
Rufus. Rufus is great comedy in the book, especially when he keeps eating all the important papers!
|In 'Dancing at Midnight', Lady Arabella wanted to read Shakespeares works, how did she decide to read them?||Julia Quinn Trivia
In Alphabetical Order. When she meets John, she is on 'The Winter's Tale'.
'Splendid'. Her first three books were a trilogy, starting with 'Splendid', than 'Dancing at Midnight', and finally 'Minx'.
|When Elizabeth's parents died, her relatives offered to take care of some of the Hotchkiss children. How many of them did they offer to take care of mostly?||Short "How To Marry A Marquis" Quiz
one. They all wanted to take Lucas, because he was a baronet. Elizabeth told them that they couldn't only take one of the children, because she didn't want to split up the family.
four. The book says that Jane was nine in 1814, and since her parents died five years earlier, she had to have been four.
six. His father killed her. James spent the rest of his childhood living with Lady Danbury until he inherited from his father.
No. "To Catch An Heiress" is the story about Blake Ravenscroft (James's friend) and Caroline Trent (Blake's wife) when they first met and fell in love. Julia Quinn meant to write "How To Marry A Marquis" first, but she took so long to brainstorm ideas for the book that she just had to write "To Catch An Heiress" first.
viscount. Blake tells Elizabeth this when she asks him if she is right to call him "Mister."
Cedric. He is mentioned briefly in the book. He's the new earl of Danbury, having inherited the title from his late father.
nephew. Lady Danbury asks James to find her "blackmailer" and work undercover as her new estate manager. Actually, she was just trying to get Elizabeth and James together.
red. It seemed to haunt Elizabeth and James through the entire book.
Anthony. His full name/title was Sir Anthony Hotchkiss. He killed himself six months after Elizabeth's mother died in a carriage accident.
2. They were Susan, Jane, and Lucas.
Phillip. Eloise's book is entitled "To Sir Phillip, With Love," and should be coming out in early summer.
St. Bride's. Penelope also thought it was the church for publishers.
Tuesday. Oh, never come to the Featherington's on a Tuesday.
My Cottage. Sophie didn't believe him either.
A scone. And later at Gunther's, as well---indeed.
Purple. Yet, miraculously, it appeared later--after Anthony's reign with a pink mallet.
An unnamed dog of indeterminate breed. Lady Whistledown later rescinded these remarks, however, after Kate took offense.
Four. Poor Simon. Period.
The Uniqueness Edict. A very interesting idea, from the knowledgeable Mrs. Seeton. One must be unique, but never too unique. Interesting, indeed.
|What was the last name of Blake's one-time crush (whom he could never marry)?||Julia Quinn Forever
Wigglesworth. I'm very glad that it didn't work out.