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January 23, 2013

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Jen D-K

This sounds SO GOOD. I love what she says about gambling -- that is exactly how I feel about its uncomfortable thrill. I don't even like gambling scenes in movies; my palms sweat, and I feel barfy. Looking forward to reading this one!

Donna Farrer

This one does look good. I am more into books that have a really deep story and characters that I can get into. I am a fan of Women's Fiction and it's so hit or miss these days with that genre. I did find a gem though, Barbara Hinske's Coming to Rosemont. It was been fantastic and I recommend that you go to her website and take a look at it, barbarahinske.com. Just doing that I was sold! The Tell looks just as good from the cover! Thanks for the post!

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