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  1. This so doesn’t look like relaxing.

    BTW, loved your book. It’s steeped in well-researched history from the characters to the setting to the plot. Even the pacing. Nicely done.

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    1. Thanks Jacqui! I’m so happy that you enjoyed the book. I feel like I’m sharing my best friends with the world and I’m always thrilled when people like them 🙂

      I do hope you have time to leave a quick review on Amazon 🙂 But mostly I’m very grateful when people take the time to read The House on Tenafly Road. You made my day!

      Love,
      Adrienne

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  2. maedez says:

    Love the clothes.

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    1. Me too. The photo looks so natural. I could be friends with these girls 🙂

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      1. maedez says:

        Same. I’d happily sit under the tree with them, but only on the condition that they lend me a lovely gown.

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      2. I wonder if they were gossips or the kind of women who talked about ideas.

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      3. maedez says:

        In the summer, lazing under this tree, they gossiped and told jokes. In the winter, in front of a blazing fire, they spoke of dreams and ideas and abstract concepts.

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  3. I can’t help but wonder how they endured a Maryland summer in those clothes…except, at least, they were natural fibers! 😉

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    1. Natural fibers definitely help! Maybe it was the knowledge that they looked so adorable that made it okay. I used to think Upstate NY was really cold but now I’m used to it, so who knows!

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