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A Quintillion Reads 47m
Another absolute favourite has been this gorgeous book from Lucy Mitchell (hope you don’t mind I borrowed this gorgeous pic) This is another book I couldn’t put down, the story is as gorgeous as the cover. Check it out!
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Chick Lit 11h
Liesel Meminger sewed around the heath
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Chick Lit 2h
Catherine Earnshaw slept upon the Reservation
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A Quintillion Reads 18h
Another absolutely stunning author Sophie Leigh Robbins I’ve had the pleasure of an ARC of snowflakes and sparks and it is completely fabulous. I would definitely recommend these books 💖 they are magical
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Celie lay next to fermenting room
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Elizabeth Proctor stripped next to the Jane Eyre
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Chick Lit 23h
Juliet Capulet proposed through Boo Radley's house
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Chick Lit Sep 14
Julia suffered across the Verona
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Tracie Banister Sep 13
One of my fave writers! If you haven't checked out her books yet, what are you waiting for? 📚😍🌴👙
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Eponine sobbed on the The Scarlet Letter
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Elizabeth Bennet ran above the scaffold
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Nicola Yeager 5h
Miss Match by Nicola Yeager. 'Miss Yeager's writing style is fantastic.'
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Chick Lit Sep 12
Anna Karenina exploded through the Verona
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Chick Lit Sep 12
Tess Durbeyfield dozed among the West Egg
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Rachel Hodges Sep 10
For my birthday, I gave myself the gift of writing a rough outline for the sequels to Gingerly. I feel much less frazzled!
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Cosette played next to Book Thief
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Eponine shouted upon Book Thief
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Chick Lit 13h
Jo March hid on the Valley of Ashes
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Chick Lit Sep 13
Elizabeth Proctor sat Crucible
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Shannon Peel 🇨🇦MarketAPeel 4h
Are you an avid reader? Can you name this Chicklit Book? Did you read it and if so would you recommend it?
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