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November 20, 2013


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This sounds wonderful. I would love to participate.


I would participate in this interesting show and great book.

Sheila (Book JOurney)

This would be a blast I would love to be a part of this book discussion!


I can join you! Would love to read this!


I can't wait to read this - Mary Bennet has always been a puzzle...


I'd love to participate participate!!

Janet Senk

I would love to read this book.


I will participate for this unique book.

jean Brazil

Sounds great. I would love to read it.

Diana Silva

this looks like a great story

PAt Mickel

I would love to participate in the discussion, especially if I win the book to read beforehand. I love everything Jane Austin too.

Katie P.

Sounds like a fun book! Thanks for the chance to win it! I'd love to participate in the chat =)

Janet Oberfoell

I would love to join! This sounds like my kind of book!


I'm intrigued! I can join the chat.

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