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With Love for Books: Love to Hate You by Anna Premoli

With Love for Books: Love to Hate You by Anna Premoli

One Hundred Proposals by Holly Martin Synopsis/Summary, Rating, Review

One Hundred Proposals by Holly Martin Synopsis/Summary, Rating, Review

Summer at Rose Island by Holly Martin Book Review - Synopsis/Summary, Rating, Review

Summer at Rose Island by Holly Martin Book Review - Synopsis/Summary, Rating, Review

With Love for Books: The Secret of Orchard Cottage, The Great Village Show & The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alex Brown

With Love for Books: The Secret of Orchard Cottage, The Great Village Show & The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alex Brown

With Love for Books: Book Review - A Certain Age by Beatriz Williams

With Love for Books: Book Review - A Certain Age by Beatriz Williams

With Love for Books: In Real Life by Jessica Love

With Love for Books: In Real Life by Jessica Love

Confessions of a Chocoholic: A humorous insight by Lynda Renham, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HCQ3NIQ/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VjAtub0Q316JZ

Confessions of a Chocoholic: A humorous insight by Lynda Renham, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HCQ3NIQ/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VjAtub0Q316JZ

With Love for Books: Book Review - The Devil's Daughters by Diana Breth...

With Love for Books: Book Review - The Devil's Daughters by Diana Breth...

The Spider & the Stone: A Novel of Scotland's Black Douglas, Glen Craney. As the 14th century dawns, Scotland’s survival hangs by a thread. While the Scot clans scrap over their empty throne, brutal Edward Longshanks of England invades, scheming to annex it to his realm. 1 frail, dark-skinned lad stands in the monarch’s path. The Scots cherish him as "Good Sir James." Here is the story of Scotland’s War of Independence & the remarkable events that followed the execution of William Wallace.

The Spider & the Stone: A Novel of Scotland's Black Douglas, Glen Craney. As the 14th century dawns, Scotland’s survival hangs by a thread. While the Scot clans scrap over their empty throne, brutal Edward Longshanks of England invades, scheming to annex it to his realm. 1 frail, dark-skinned lad stands in the monarch’s path. The Scots cherish him as "Good Sir James." Here is the story of Scotland’s War of Independence & the remarkable events that followed the execution of William Wallace.

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