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Finding Happiness


 “I wish, as well as everybody else, to be perfectly happy; but like everybody else, it must be in my own way.” -EMMA by Jane Austen. 

What makes you perfectly happy? 


For myself, my husband, chocolate, a good book, and a bubble bath 🛀🛀🛀


I’m adoring Sally Britton’s Inglewood series. In the four I’ve read (there’s one more), each of the five friends finds happiness in their own way. 


In RESCUING LORD INGLEWOOD, Esther and Silas find happiness in a convenient marriage. 


In DISCOVERING GRACE, twin sisters Grace and Hope find joy in switching places. 


In SAVING MISS EVERLY, Hope finds happiness and love while being marooned on an island. 


In ENGAGING SIR ISAAC, Millie and Isaac learn there are second chances in love and life. 


This Saturday, September 19th, I get to take over Sally’s group for the day:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/SallysSweetRomanceFans/


I’m going to be doing multiple posts and giveaways! Join the group if you’d like to participate 🖤🎩🖤🎩


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