Like A Virgin What Would Danbury Do?

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After the intensity of An Affair of Honour, this episode (1x05) has a lot of feelings: Simon feels guilty, the Queen feels annoyed, Violet feels flustered, Marina feels triumphant, and by the end, Daphne is left feeling the burn. Do we? Find out. 

This episode of What Would Danbury Do is brought to you by Love at First, the new novel from Kate Clayborn. Our Kate read this novel and has this to say: “This was such a lovely, sweet, slow-burn, low-stakes enemies-to-lovers story with wonderful things to say about growing up and honouring our past while creating our own future. The antics are funny, the community charming, and the love story super fulfilling. Go and read it now. It’s the most basic of self-care.” You can find out more about Love at First and all of Kate Clayborn’s books at kateclayborn.com and follow her delightful twitter @kateclayborn

Featuring:
- A Prince Among (Otherwise Toxic) Men
-Insomnia
- Two Hangover Cures
- An Audience with the Queen
- Misunderstandenings
- A Burning Declaration

Here are the books and other media we talk about in this episode:
- Bridgerton, the TV show
- Outlander, the TV show
- Everyone is Beautiful and No One is Horny by RS Benedict
- Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James
- Strange by Kris Bowers

Today’s What Would Danbury Do letter comes with thanks from Christine of The Shipping Room podcast, who provides us with a conundrum from the Netflix show Julie and the Phantoms. We love Christine and Tamar and The Shipping Room, and they happen to have an entire episode dedicated to Julie and the Phantoms here.  

If you would like to send us a What Would Danbury Do letter, simply record a voice memo on your phone with the letter and send it to us at bridgertonpod@gmail.com. We have so much bad advice to offer - why not let us offer it to you?

Don’t forget you can find us on twitter and facebook @bridgertonpod and instagram @wwddpod and join the conversation using the hashtag #WWDDpod. You can also leave us a rating or review on your favourite podcast provider. The Venn diagram of people who write reviews and people who are good drivers is a circle.

This episode was recorded on the traditional and unceded land of the Gadigal, Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people and edited by Rudi Bremer on Gadigal country.

What Would Danbury Do is a proud member of Frolic Media. You can find great romance content and other fantastic podcasts by visiting the Frolic site. 

After the intensity of An Affair of Honour, this episode (1x05) has a lot of feelings: Simon feels guilty, the Queen feels annoyed, Violet feels flustered, Marina feels triumphant, and by the end, Daphne is left feeling the burn. Do we? Find out. 

This episode of What Would Danbury Do is brought to you by Love at First, the new novel from Kate Clayborn. Our Kate read this novel and has this to say: “This was such a lovely, sweet, slow-burn, low-stakes enemies-to-lovers story with wonderful things to say about growing up and honouring our past while creating our own future. The antics are funny, the community charming, and the love story super fulfilling. Go and read it now. It’s the most basic of self-care.” You can find out more about Love at First and all of Kate Clayborn’s books at kateclayborn.com and follow her delightful twitter @kateclayborn

Featuring:
- A Prince Among (Otherwise Toxic) Men
-Insomnia
- Two Hangover Cures
- An Audience with the Queen
- Misunderstandenings
- A Burning Declaration

Here are the books and other media we talk about in this episode:
- Bridgerton, the TV show
- Outlander, the TV show
- Everyone is Beautiful and No One is Horny by RS Benedict
- Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James
- Strange by Kris Bowers

Today’s What Would Danbury Do letter comes with thanks from Christine of The Shipping Room podcast, who provides us with a conundrum from the Netflix show Julie and the Phantoms. We love Christine and Tamar and The Shipping Room, and they happen to have an entire episode dedicated to Julie and the Phantoms here.  

If you would like to send us a What Would Danbury Do letter, simply record a voice memo on your phone with the letter and send it to us at bridgertonpod@gmail.com. We have so much bad advice to offer - why not let us offer it to you?

Don’t forget you can find us on twitter and facebook @bridgertonpod and instagram @wwddpod and join the conversation using the hashtag #WWDDpod. You can also leave us a rating or review on your favourite podcast provider. The Venn diagram of people who write reviews and people who are good drivers is a circle.

This episode was recorded on the traditional and unceded land of the Gadigal, Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people and edited by Rudi Bremer on Gadigal country.

What Would Danbury Do is a proud member of Frolic Media. You can find great romance content and other fantastic podcasts by visiting the Frolic site. 

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