Love indeed soothes the heart but it can also break it if the time is not right for you. Julia Quinn makes the lovers feel the pain of isolation first before allowing them to get bound in a strong relationship. Love at first glance makes the lovers go mad in excitement but Julia’s characters don’t show this madness rather they try to fight out of this sensation.
In the end, although they don’t succeed in saving themselves from the love sting they surely try-hard. In The Viscount Who Loved Me, we have seen Kate fighting against her feeling but a single kiss makes her forget all about hatred. This is a mismatch to start with as Eloise and Phillip have nothing in common which they can talk about. Phillip decided to propose to Eloise but he was unsure about so many things about her. Eloise also was expecting a handsome bachelor for her but when she saw Phillip he was everything except handsome.
Before she could say anything to him or anything about him, he simply kissed her and both get quickly transferred into the dream world that they thought didn’t exist. Julia Quinn makes the audience think about the story for a while after producing these mismatched characters who fell in love all of a sudden. The author wants to show the public that love is actually like madness as it can happen all of a sudden without any proper reason.
Rosalyn Landor narrates the monologue with extreme caution because it is through the monologue that we come to know what the two characters think about each other. An Offer from a Gentleman was also about such kind of love but the two characters didn’t have an issue of lack of physical appeal. Here the girl is stunned in her first confrontation with Phillip but then she finds in him much more that can please her.
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