Which are the books in the Smythe-Smith Quartet serie by Julia Quinn?

From the author of the Bridgerton serie, Julia Quinn, is another serie that is set in the same time period. The serie about the Smythe-Smith quartet. You will find some of the characters from the Bridgerton serie in these books but they only play small parts in them.
The Smythe-Smith quartet is a music group with unmarried females from the families of Smythe-Smith. The only way to “escape” being a member of the quartet, and perform in their annual concert, is to get married. Let’s just say that the members of the quartet are rarely skilled musicians and that the members are quite desperate to leave the quartet.

You can read the books as stand alone, but I highly recommend to read them in the correct order. Some of the characters return in several of the books and to read the books in the correct order will give you a better understanding of all the events.
Here is a guide to the books in the Smythe-Smith serie and in which order you should read them:

Just like heaven

Just like heaven by Julia Quinn

Just like heaven is the first book in the serie about the Smythe-Smith quartet. It’s about Honoria, the youngest sister in the family, and Marcus – The Earl of Chatteris. Marcus is her older brothers best friend.

Here you can read my review of the book.

A night like this

A night like this by Julia Quinn

The second book in the Smythe-Smith quartet serie is about Daniel, the brother in the family, and Anne, his cousins governess. An impossible love story?

Here you can find my review of the book.

The sum of all kisses

The Sum Of All Kisses by Julia Quinn

In the third book, you will meet Sarah, a cousin to the family. She has been assigned an impossible mission. To keep the dreadful Hugh company during her cousins wedding.

Here you can read my review of the book.

The secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy

The Secrets Of Sir Richard Kenworthy by Julia Quinn

This is the fourth book is about another cousin, Iris. Why is Sir Richard interested in her? Iris cannot understand why and especially since the first time he met her was during her performance in the horrible annual concert.

Here you can read my review of the book.

The books in the Smythe-Smith serie

I hope this guide and my reviews are helpful. Which of the books is your favourite?