The Sum Of All Kisses by Julia Quinn

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The sum of all kisses – Julia Quinn, Smythe-Smith Quartet #3

The sum of all kisses is the third book in the serie about the Smythe-Smith Quartet, written by Julia Quinn.

All the unmarried ladies in the family of Smythe-Smith plays in the family’s music quartet and perform during the family’s annual concert. It dosen’t matter if you are a skilled musician or not, you still need to be a part of the quartet. The only way to be released from the duty is to get married.

The third book, The sum of all kisses, is about Sarah, a cousin to the family Smythe-Smith. Sarah is very fond of her family and as much as she loves her family, she hates Hugh Prentice. Hugh is the reason to why her cousin Daniel,  the Earl of Winstead, had to flee England. Hugh on the other hand thinks that Sarah is immature and talks too much. When Sarahs cousin Honoria is getting married, Honoria asks Sarah to help Hugh during the festivities. His return to society after the scandal with Daniel is not easy and Hugh also has a ruined leg after the failed duel with Daniel. Sarah cannot say No to Honoria but neither she nor Hugh are excited about spending more time together.

This is a story about opposites that attracts. I have read this book more than once. It’s easy to like both Sarah and Hugh. This is a perfect book for a days entertaining.