Bridgerton Review Episode 3: The Art of the Swoon

A glimpse into the future? The first scene, Daphne awakens from a dream that includes her faux beau Lord Hastings. The sexual tension is quite real between Daphne and Hastings and it’s completely mesmerizing. Marina waits in anticipation for her love letter from Spain. The faux budding couple increases the intensity with scenes of jealousy and drama. Lord Bridgerton‘s ex lover has her eyes on Hastings to stir things up a bit. Daphne confides in her brother about Hastings and his strong opposition about marriage. I found it endearing that Daphne and Hastings were able to share an intimate moment over a painting. I was also content when Hastings stood Siena up ending any progression with him. I thought it was mature of Lady Featherington to give Marina a taste of reality, it revealed that she cares. Prince Friedrich has interest in Daphne and is heavily persuaded by the Queen to pursue her. I must say I was heartbroken when Hastings abruptly broke it off with Daphne because the Prince had his eye on her. However, it did reveal how much he really cares about Daphne and her well-being. Lady Featherington manipulates Marina’s situation, forging a letter to make her believe she is not loved by her lover forcing Marina to be more willing to find a suitor. Daphne charms the Prince and leaves Hastings in heartache which causes him to leave the ball and town a little earlier than expected. Ugh I can’t wait for the next episode, the tea has been spilled and I am utterly intrigued. Until episode four…

Published by The Restless Boss Mom

Hi! My name is Naomi.I best describe myself as quirky and awkward with a good sense of humor sprinkled in. I am a self-proclaimed freelance writer. When I am not writing, I am reading, observing, learning and being a boss mom to two amazing little girls. Self-care is my motto and I enjoy discussing it on a regular basis. Follow me for mom moments, self-care tips and tricks or just to take a brief break from reality.

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