Hello PemberLittens! It's time for #JaneandtheExcellentReadalong discussion. I love this fits in with my #SeptemberbytheSea and Fictional Hangover Book Club Challenge - #YoHoHoAhoyMateys. While technically they were smugglers, but we love a #TenuousLink. Anywhoozle if you haven't finished reading and don't want be Spoiled come back later.
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And of course anytime Lord Harold shows up.
2. "The only consolation in foul weather is to turn one‘s lock upon the street, and settle in by the fire with tea and a good book -"
4. Jane falling asleep in the cave. Also I'd forgotten how active she was in this book - Ducking through neighbors yards, following men through a cavern, knocking out the murderer.
5. Lyme's Fossils. It was interesting to Google and see pictures.
6. Still contemplating this one.
She'd never seen them, of course. She had no idea where said journals might be archived. She'd just read a paperback edition of Jane and the Man of the Cloth and assumed it was all true." ?