A quiz on The Rake’s Daughter

Anne here, and for your entertainment, here's another quiz on a book you haven't yet read, The Rake's Daughter, which comes out on July 26th. A few reviewers and some of the wenches have read it, but that's all. So it's not testing anything—you can only guess at the answers — it's just for fun. RakesDaughterFINAL

I'm also trying to avoid spoilers here — it's intended to give you a little taste of the book to come, something a bit different from an excerpt or a blurb.

So here it is, a fun little quiz on a book you haven't read. Make a note of your answers, check them on the link at the bottom and come back and tell us how you went, and whether you enjoyed it or hated doing a quiz on something you can't know. I'll be giving a copy of The Rake's Daughter to someone who leaves a comment.

1)   When Sir Bartleby Studley discovers he has a young illegitimate daughter whose mother has just died, he:—     

a) immediately makes arrangements to adopt her.
b) gives her to one of his farm tenants to raise.
c) decides to dump her in the nearest orphanage.
d) decides to send her back to her maternal grandparents.

2)   When Clarissa Studley, almost 9, meets her illegitimate half-sister :—

a) she's initially jealous and wants her gone.
b)  she's upset because her father cares more for the girl than for her.  
c)  she decides to keep her.
d)  she's angry because Izzy is pretty and she's not.

3)  When Sir Bartleby dies, he :—

a) leaves both his daughters a handsome fortune.
b)  leaves a will that gives them 6 weeks to marry or be left with nothing.
c)  leaves instructions that they be sent to a convent.
d) leaves both his daughters homeless.

4)  When Leo, Lord Salcott learns he's been appointed the guardian of Sir Bartleby's daughter, Clarissa, who is an heiress :—

a)  he's delighted.
b)  he's furious. 
c)  he plans to leave her welfare for his lawyer to look after.

d)  he decides to marry her for her fortune.

5)  The two girls come to London because:— FairyCakes

a) they don't want to live in a convent.
b)  they were fed up with living in the country. 
c)  they want to enter society and find husbands.

d)  they know people in London who will help them.

6)   When Leo meets the two girls:—

 a)  he dislikes them from the start.
 b)  he's stunned by Izzy's beauty.
 c)   he's disappointed by Clarissa's plainness.
 d)  He likes them both from the start.

7)   When Leo first speaks to Izzy alone, he:—

a)  offers her a handsome bribe to disappear.
b)  kisses her, much to his chagrin afterwards.
c)  gives her a rose. OldBlushChinaRose
d)  gets his face slapped.

8)  Leo sends the two girls to live with his aunt because:—

a)  his house is a mess.
b)  he believes their company would be good for his aunt.
c)  he's a bachelor and it would be improper to have two young unmarried ladies living under his roof.
d)  all of the above.

9)  Leo's aunt, Lady Scattergood :—

a)  collects stray cats.
b)  collects stray dogs.
c)  collects exotic birds.
d)  collects orphans.

10)  Leo's aunt, Lady Scattergood :—

a)  adores the social whirl.
b)  is an absolute martinet and a stickler for the rules.   
c)  is eager to marry the girls off as soon as possible.
d)  is appalled by Leo's plans for them.

Now you have guessed the answers, click here and find out the answers. Then come back and tell us how you went. Did you enjoy this, or was it irritating to be quizzed on a book you haven't read? (Be honest, I won't mind.) I'll be giving a copy of The Rake's Daughter to someone who leaves a comment.

625 thoughts on “A quiz on The Rake’s Daughter”

  1. I never get these things right 🙂 – but I got 7 out of 10 on this one.
    I knew there would be dogs in it somehow 😉
    I’ve already ordered the book so please don’t include me in the drawing. One of Jeff Bezos’s minions should be bringing it on the 26th 🙂

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  2. I never get these things right 🙂 – but I got 7 out of 10 on this one.
    I knew there would be dogs in it somehow 😉
    I’ve already ordered the book so please don’t include me in the drawing. One of Jeff Bezos’s minions should be bringing it on the 26th 🙂

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  3. I never get these things right 🙂 – but I got 7 out of 10 on this one.
    I knew there would be dogs in it somehow 😉
    I’ve already ordered the book so please don’t include me in the drawing. One of Jeff Bezos’s minions should be bringing it on the 26th 🙂

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  4. I never get these things right 🙂 – but I got 7 out of 10 on this one.
    I knew there would be dogs in it somehow 😉
    I’ve already ordered the book so please don’t include me in the drawing. One of Jeff Bezos’s minions should be bringing it on the 26th 🙂

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  5. I never get these things right 🙂 – but I got 7 out of 10 on this one.
    I knew there would be dogs in it somehow 😉
    I’ve already ordered the book so please don’t include me in the drawing. One of Jeff Bezos’s minions should be bringing it on the 26th 🙂

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  6. Completing the quiz was lots of fun. I kept thinking about each option and trying to decide which one would most effectively raise the stakes in an unexpected way. I’m looking forward to reading your latest book. Thanks for providing such an interesting alternative way for us to engage with your latest novel, Anne.

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  7. Completing the quiz was lots of fun. I kept thinking about each option and trying to decide which one would most effectively raise the stakes in an unexpected way. I’m looking forward to reading your latest book. Thanks for providing such an interesting alternative way for us to engage with your latest novel, Anne.

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  8. Completing the quiz was lots of fun. I kept thinking about each option and trying to decide which one would most effectively raise the stakes in an unexpected way. I’m looking forward to reading your latest book. Thanks for providing such an interesting alternative way for us to engage with your latest novel, Anne.

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  9. Completing the quiz was lots of fun. I kept thinking about each option and trying to decide which one would most effectively raise the stakes in an unexpected way. I’m looking forward to reading your latest book. Thanks for providing such an interesting alternative way for us to engage with your latest novel, Anne.

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  10. Completing the quiz was lots of fun. I kept thinking about each option and trying to decide which one would most effectively raise the stakes in an unexpected way. I’m looking forward to reading your latest book. Thanks for providing such an interesting alternative way for us to engage with your latest novel, Anne.

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  11. Great fun. 4/10 for me. I was sure that Lady Scattergood would collect cats … a house full of stray dogs could be like bedlam …. perhaps she is also hard of hearing LOL!
    Looking forward to the audio release on 26th of this month. 😊

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  12. Great fun. 4/10 for me. I was sure that Lady Scattergood would collect cats … a house full of stray dogs could be like bedlam …. perhaps she is also hard of hearing LOL!
    Looking forward to the audio release on 26th of this month. 😊

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  13. Great fun. 4/10 for me. I was sure that Lady Scattergood would collect cats … a house full of stray dogs could be like bedlam …. perhaps she is also hard of hearing LOL!
    Looking forward to the audio release on 26th of this month. 😊

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  14. Great fun. 4/10 for me. I was sure that Lady Scattergood would collect cats … a house full of stray dogs could be like bedlam …. perhaps she is also hard of hearing LOL!
    Looking forward to the audio release on 26th of this month. 😊

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  15. Great fun. 4/10 for me. I was sure that Lady Scattergood would collect cats … a house full of stray dogs could be like bedlam …. perhaps she is also hard of hearing LOL!
    Looking forward to the audio release on 26th of this month. 😊

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  16. No expectations – that’s good because I only got half of them right. Looking forward to this book. Loved the SCOUNDREL’S DAUGHTER.

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  17. No expectations – that’s good because I only got half of them right. Looking forward to this book. Loved the SCOUNDREL’S DAUGHTER.

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  18. No expectations – that’s good because I only got half of them right. Looking forward to this book. Loved the SCOUNDREL’S DAUGHTER.

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  19. No expectations – that’s good because I only got half of them right. Looking forward to this book. Loved the SCOUNDREL’S DAUGHTER.

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  20. No expectations – that’s good because I only got half of them right. Looking forward to this book. Loved the SCOUNDREL’S DAUGHTER.

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  21. Wow! I hadn’t realized there was a fact check sheet! 🤣 I only got two right! I guess I created an entirely different story. Oh well. I like the story even more now.

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  22. Wow! I hadn’t realized there was a fact check sheet! 🤣 I only got two right! I guess I created an entirely different story. Oh well. I like the story even more now.

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  23. Wow! I hadn’t realized there was a fact check sheet! 🤣 I only got two right! I guess I created an entirely different story. Oh well. I like the story even more now.

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  24. Wow! I hadn’t realized there was a fact check sheet! 🤣 I only got two right! I guess I created an entirely different story. Oh well. I like the story even more now.

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  25. Wow! I hadn’t realized there was a fact check sheet! 🤣 I only got two right! I guess I created an entirely different story. Oh well. I like the story even more now.

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  26. The quiz was an interesting pre-view of a book I know I will enjoy. I only guessed at 3 correct answers.
    It sounds like a good book that I will enjoy reading.

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  27. The quiz was an interesting pre-view of a book I know I will enjoy. I only guessed at 3 correct answers.
    It sounds like a good book that I will enjoy reading.

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  28. The quiz was an interesting pre-view of a book I know I will enjoy. I only guessed at 3 correct answers.
    It sounds like a good book that I will enjoy reading.

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  29. The quiz was an interesting pre-view of a book I know I will enjoy. I only guessed at 3 correct answers.
    It sounds like a good book that I will enjoy reading.

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  30. The quiz was an interesting pre-view of a book I know I will enjoy. I only guessed at 3 correct answers.
    It sounds like a good book that I will enjoy reading.

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  31. I answered all of one question correctly! The book sounds like a lot of fun, Anne, and I wish it every success. The names Studley and Scattergood amused me.

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  32. I answered all of one question correctly! The book sounds like a lot of fun, Anne, and I wish it every success. The names Studley and Scattergood amused me.

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  33. I answered all of one question correctly! The book sounds like a lot of fun, Anne, and I wish it every success. The names Studley and Scattergood amused me.

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  34. I answered all of one question correctly! The book sounds like a lot of fun, Anne, and I wish it every success. The names Studley and Scattergood amused me.

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  35. I answered all of one question correctly! The book sounds like a lot of fun, Anne, and I wish it every success. The names Studley and Scattergood amused me.

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  36. I got three. I need to protest about #9; Lady Scattergood apparently does collects orphans, she’s got Izzy & Clarissa. Just joking. I envisioned for #7 that Leo might have bribed her to to get lost, kissed her to his chagrin, given her a rose and then gotten his face slapped.
    Don’t need a copy – I also have mine on preorder to be delivered by the minions.
    I continue to be thrilled about winning a copy of the Scoundrel’s daughter.
    Thanks again Anne

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  37. I got three. I need to protest about #9; Lady Scattergood apparently does collects orphans, she’s got Izzy & Clarissa. Just joking. I envisioned for #7 that Leo might have bribed her to to get lost, kissed her to his chagrin, given her a rose and then gotten his face slapped.
    Don’t need a copy – I also have mine on preorder to be delivered by the minions.
    I continue to be thrilled about winning a copy of the Scoundrel’s daughter.
    Thanks again Anne

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  38. I got three. I need to protest about #9; Lady Scattergood apparently does collects orphans, she’s got Izzy & Clarissa. Just joking. I envisioned for #7 that Leo might have bribed her to to get lost, kissed her to his chagrin, given her a rose and then gotten his face slapped.
    Don’t need a copy – I also have mine on preorder to be delivered by the minions.
    I continue to be thrilled about winning a copy of the Scoundrel’s daughter.
    Thanks again Anne

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  39. I got three. I need to protest about #9; Lady Scattergood apparently does collects orphans, she’s got Izzy & Clarissa. Just joking. I envisioned for #7 that Leo might have bribed her to to get lost, kissed her to his chagrin, given her a rose and then gotten his face slapped.
    Don’t need a copy – I also have mine on preorder to be delivered by the minions.
    I continue to be thrilled about winning a copy of the Scoundrel’s daughter.
    Thanks again Anne

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  40. I got three. I need to protest about #9; Lady Scattergood apparently does collects orphans, she’s got Izzy & Clarissa. Just joking. I envisioned for #7 that Leo might have bribed her to to get lost, kissed her to his chagrin, given her a rose and then gotten his face slapped.
    Don’t need a copy – I also have mine on preorder to be delivered by the minions.
    I continue to be thrilled about winning a copy of the Scoundrel’s daughter.
    Thanks again Anne

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  41. This was fun! I got 5/10. I realized that I gave Sir Bartleby and Leo the benefit of the doubt when I shouldn’t have. I should have known better; well behaved characters don’t always make for an interesting story. 😉

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  42. This was fun! I got 5/10. I realized that I gave Sir Bartleby and Leo the benefit of the doubt when I shouldn’t have. I should have known better; well behaved characters don’t always make for an interesting story. 😉

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  43. This was fun! I got 5/10. I realized that I gave Sir Bartleby and Leo the benefit of the doubt when I shouldn’t have. I should have known better; well behaved characters don’t always make for an interesting story. 😉

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  44. This was fun! I got 5/10. I realized that I gave Sir Bartleby and Leo the benefit of the doubt when I shouldn’t have. I should have known better; well behaved characters don’t always make for an interesting story. 😉

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  45. This was fun! I got 5/10. I realized that I gave Sir Bartleby and Leo the benefit of the doubt when I shouldn’t have. I should have known better; well behaved characters don’t always make for an interesting story. 😉

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  46. I enjoyed this. I love all your books and wish you were James Patterson putting out multiple books a year but then I probably wouldn’t love them so much

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  47. I enjoyed this. I love all your books and wish you were James Patterson putting out multiple books a year but then I probably wouldn’t love them so much

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  48. I enjoyed this. I love all your books and wish you were James Patterson putting out multiple books a year but then I probably wouldn’t love them so much

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  49. I enjoyed this. I love all your books and wish you were James Patterson putting out multiple books a year but then I probably wouldn’t love them so much

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  50. I enjoyed this. I love all your books and wish you were James Patterson putting out multiple books a year but then I probably wouldn’t love them so much

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  51. I only got four answers right, Annie, but it was fun to see the names of all the other quizzes that have been given before on the answer sheet! And I can’t wait to read this new book as I’ve loved all your previous stories.

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  52. I only got four answers right, Annie, but it was fun to see the names of all the other quizzes that have been given before on the answer sheet! And I can’t wait to read this new book as I’ve loved all your previous stories.

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  53. I only got four answers right, Annie, but it was fun to see the names of all the other quizzes that have been given before on the answer sheet! And I can’t wait to read this new book as I’ve loved all your previous stories.

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  54. I only got four answers right, Annie, but it was fun to see the names of all the other quizzes that have been given before on the answer sheet! And I can’t wait to read this new book as I’ve loved all your previous stories.

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  55. I only got four answers right, Annie, but it was fun to see the names of all the other quizzes that have been given before on the answer sheet! And I can’t wait to read this new book as I’ve loved all your previous stories.

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  56. I only got about half right. Looking forward to the new book.I bought Last Chance Christmas Ball just for Mistletoe Kisses. many thanks Anne.

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  57. I only got about half right. Looking forward to the new book.I bought Last Chance Christmas Ball just for Mistletoe Kisses. many thanks Anne.

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  58. I only got about half right. Looking forward to the new book.I bought Last Chance Christmas Ball just for Mistletoe Kisses. many thanks Anne.

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  59. I only got about half right. Looking forward to the new book.I bought Last Chance Christmas Ball just for Mistletoe Kisses. many thanks Anne.

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  60. I only got about half right. Looking forward to the new book.I bought Last Chance Christmas Ball just for Mistletoe Kisses. many thanks Anne.

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  61. I only got five out of the ten correct.
    I love reading your stories, Anne, and I look forward to this new book as well.

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  62. I only got five out of the ten correct.
    I love reading your stories, Anne, and I look forward to this new book as well.

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  63. I only got five out of the ten correct.
    I love reading your stories, Anne, and I look forward to this new book as well.

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  64. I only got five out of the ten correct.
    I love reading your stories, Anne, and I look forward to this new book as well.

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  65. I only got five out of the ten correct.
    I love reading your stories, Anne, and I look forward to this new book as well.

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  66. Well 3 of 10….but I kept changing my answers as the questions went on because if she is saying this and offering these answers then obviously Q 1 & 2 can’t play out that way. So on and so forth. Grin.
    It was fun even though I only got 4, 5 & 8 correct. I always enjoy the guessing quizzes as much as quizzes on real knowledge.

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  67. Well 3 of 10….but I kept changing my answers as the questions went on because if she is saying this and offering these answers then obviously Q 1 & 2 can’t play out that way. So on and so forth. Grin.
    It was fun even though I only got 4, 5 & 8 correct. I always enjoy the guessing quizzes as much as quizzes on real knowledge.

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  68. Well 3 of 10….but I kept changing my answers as the questions went on because if she is saying this and offering these answers then obviously Q 1 & 2 can’t play out that way. So on and so forth. Grin.
    It was fun even though I only got 4, 5 & 8 correct. I always enjoy the guessing quizzes as much as quizzes on real knowledge.

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  69. Well 3 of 10….but I kept changing my answers as the questions went on because if she is saying this and offering these answers then obviously Q 1 & 2 can’t play out that way. So on and so forth. Grin.
    It was fun even though I only got 4, 5 & 8 correct. I always enjoy the guessing quizzes as much as quizzes on real knowledge.

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  70. Well 3 of 10….but I kept changing my answers as the questions went on because if she is saying this and offering these answers then obviously Q 1 & 2 can’t play out that way. So on and so forth. Grin.
    It was fun even though I only got 4, 5 & 8 correct. I always enjoy the guessing quizzes as much as quizzes on real knowledge.

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  71. I just got this in my inbox 4 minutes ago and look at all the comments already!!!! Geez!!! 4/10 for me (yep too slow all round) and I really enjoyed thinking about all the options. I have already pre-ordered this book as I do with all of Anne’s books. Not long now until it is released, yay!!!

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  72. I just got this in my inbox 4 minutes ago and look at all the comments already!!!! Geez!!! 4/10 for me (yep too slow all round) and I really enjoyed thinking about all the options. I have already pre-ordered this book as I do with all of Anne’s books. Not long now until it is released, yay!!!

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  73. I just got this in my inbox 4 minutes ago and look at all the comments already!!!! Geez!!! 4/10 for me (yep too slow all round) and I really enjoyed thinking about all the options. I have already pre-ordered this book as I do with all of Anne’s books. Not long now until it is released, yay!!!

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  74. I just got this in my inbox 4 minutes ago and look at all the comments already!!!! Geez!!! 4/10 for me (yep too slow all round) and I really enjoyed thinking about all the options. I have already pre-ordered this book as I do with all of Anne’s books. Not long now until it is released, yay!!!

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  75. I just got this in my inbox 4 minutes ago and look at all the comments already!!!! Geez!!! 4/10 for me (yep too slow all round) and I really enjoyed thinking about all the options. I have already pre-ordered this book as I do with all of Anne’s books. Not long now until it is released, yay!!!

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  76. Anne – I nearly aced the quiz: I got 9 out of 10 right. Of course, I was so fortunate as to be able to read an advanced copy of The Rake’s Daughter. (I will give away no spoilers.) Except to say – yes Anne does dogs and Mary Jo does cats. However, there were cats in the Chance sisters books – the cats ruled the roost and were able to lord it over Jane’s ugly dog. And The Rake’s Daughter does have a guest cameo appearance of cat worn around a child’s neck like a collar. Just sayin’…This weekend is set aside for re-reading The Rake’s Daughter. Anyone who hasn’t read it yet is in for a major treat. Can’t wait for the next book in the Brides of Bellaire Gardens series.

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  77. Anne – I nearly aced the quiz: I got 9 out of 10 right. Of course, I was so fortunate as to be able to read an advanced copy of The Rake’s Daughter. (I will give away no spoilers.) Except to say – yes Anne does dogs and Mary Jo does cats. However, there were cats in the Chance sisters books – the cats ruled the roost and were able to lord it over Jane’s ugly dog. And The Rake’s Daughter does have a guest cameo appearance of cat worn around a child’s neck like a collar. Just sayin’…This weekend is set aside for re-reading The Rake’s Daughter. Anyone who hasn’t read it yet is in for a major treat. Can’t wait for the next book in the Brides of Bellaire Gardens series.

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  78. Anne – I nearly aced the quiz: I got 9 out of 10 right. Of course, I was so fortunate as to be able to read an advanced copy of The Rake’s Daughter. (I will give away no spoilers.) Except to say – yes Anne does dogs and Mary Jo does cats. However, there were cats in the Chance sisters books – the cats ruled the roost and were able to lord it over Jane’s ugly dog. And The Rake’s Daughter does have a guest cameo appearance of cat worn around a child’s neck like a collar. Just sayin’…This weekend is set aside for re-reading The Rake’s Daughter. Anyone who hasn’t read it yet is in for a major treat. Can’t wait for the next book in the Brides of Bellaire Gardens series.

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  79. Anne – I nearly aced the quiz: I got 9 out of 10 right. Of course, I was so fortunate as to be able to read an advanced copy of The Rake’s Daughter. (I will give away no spoilers.) Except to say – yes Anne does dogs and Mary Jo does cats. However, there were cats in the Chance sisters books – the cats ruled the roost and were able to lord it over Jane’s ugly dog. And The Rake’s Daughter does have a guest cameo appearance of cat worn around a child’s neck like a collar. Just sayin’…This weekend is set aside for re-reading The Rake’s Daughter. Anyone who hasn’t read it yet is in for a major treat. Can’t wait for the next book in the Brides of Bellaire Gardens series.

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  80. Anne – I nearly aced the quiz: I got 9 out of 10 right. Of course, I was so fortunate as to be able to read an advanced copy of The Rake’s Daughter. (I will give away no spoilers.) Except to say – yes Anne does dogs and Mary Jo does cats. However, there were cats in the Chance sisters books – the cats ruled the roost and were able to lord it over Jane’s ugly dog. And The Rake’s Daughter does have a guest cameo appearance of cat worn around a child’s neck like a collar. Just sayin’…This weekend is set aside for re-reading The Rake’s Daughter. Anyone who hasn’t read it yet is in for a major treat. Can’t wait for the next book in the Brides of Bellaire Gardens series.

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  81. Must be an interesting tale, since the average score seems to be around 3.5/10, lower than the usual 6 or so for previous quizzes. Well, we can lose the quiz, but not the book. Can’t wait for this sure winner!

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  82. Must be an interesting tale, since the average score seems to be around 3.5/10, lower than the usual 6 or so for previous quizzes. Well, we can lose the quiz, but not the book. Can’t wait for this sure winner!

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  83. Must be an interesting tale, since the average score seems to be around 3.5/10, lower than the usual 6 or so for previous quizzes. Well, we can lose the quiz, but not the book. Can’t wait for this sure winner!

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  84. Must be an interesting tale, since the average score seems to be around 3.5/10, lower than the usual 6 or so for previous quizzes. Well, we can lose the quiz, but not the book. Can’t wait for this sure winner!

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  85. Must be an interesting tale, since the average score seems to be around 3.5/10, lower than the usual 6 or so for previous quizzes. Well, we can lose the quiz, but not the book. Can’t wait for this sure winner!

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  86. Sharon, that’s a good way to approach it. I must admit that sometimes when I’m making up these quizzes and coming up with alternatives I wonder why I didn’t make a different choice here or there in the writing. But the books evolve the way they do and hindsight is a fine but useless thing. Glad you enjoyed the quiz.

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  87. Sharon, that’s a good way to approach it. I must admit that sometimes when I’m making up these quizzes and coming up with alternatives I wonder why I didn’t make a different choice here or there in the writing. But the books evolve the way they do and hindsight is a fine but useless thing. Glad you enjoyed the quiz.

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  88. Sharon, that’s a good way to approach it. I must admit that sometimes when I’m making up these quizzes and coming up with alternatives I wonder why I didn’t make a different choice here or there in the writing. But the books evolve the way they do and hindsight is a fine but useless thing. Glad you enjoyed the quiz.

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  89. Sharon, that’s a good way to approach it. I must admit that sometimes when I’m making up these quizzes and coming up with alternatives I wonder why I didn’t make a different choice here or there in the writing. But the books evolve the way they do and hindsight is a fine but useless thing. Glad you enjoyed the quiz.

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  90. Sharon, that’s a good way to approach it. I must admit that sometimes when I’m making up these quizzes and coming up with alternatives I wonder why I didn’t make a different choice here or there in the writing. But the books evolve the way they do and hindsight is a fine but useless thing. Glad you enjoyed the quiz.

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  91. Thanks Quantum — it could easily have been cats, but dogs worked better for the plot, Besides I had a VIC (Very Important Cat) in the previous book. And yes, a house full of dogs could be bedlam, but I know someone with 5 little dogs — all strays that she’s adopted — and it works well. Thanks for playing.

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  92. Thanks Quantum — it could easily have been cats, but dogs worked better for the plot, Besides I had a VIC (Very Important Cat) in the previous book. And yes, a house full of dogs could be bedlam, but I know someone with 5 little dogs — all strays that she’s adopted — and it works well. Thanks for playing.

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  93. Thanks Quantum — it could easily have been cats, but dogs worked better for the plot, Besides I had a VIC (Very Important Cat) in the previous book. And yes, a house full of dogs could be bedlam, but I know someone with 5 little dogs — all strays that she’s adopted — and it works well. Thanks for playing.

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  94. Thanks Quantum — it could easily have been cats, but dogs worked better for the plot, Besides I had a VIC (Very Important Cat) in the previous book. And yes, a house full of dogs could be bedlam, but I know someone with 5 little dogs — all strays that she’s adopted — and it works well. Thanks for playing.

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  95. Thanks Quantum — it could easily have been cats, but dogs worked better for the plot, Besides I had a VIC (Very Important Cat) in the previous book. And yes, a house full of dogs could be bedlam, but I know someone with 5 little dogs — all strays that she’s adopted — and it works well. Thanks for playing.

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  96. Thanks Laini, though I’m not sure whether you enjoyed it or were irritated. Ah well, next time I do a quiz, you’ll know what to expect. Hope you enjoy the novel.

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  97. Thanks Laini, though I’m not sure whether you enjoyed it or were irritated. Ah well, next time I do a quiz, you’ll know what to expect. Hope you enjoy the novel.

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  98. Thanks Laini, though I’m not sure whether you enjoyed it or were irritated. Ah well, next time I do a quiz, you’ll know what to expect. Hope you enjoy the novel.

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  99. Thanks Laini, though I’m not sure whether you enjoyed it or were irritated. Ah well, next time I do a quiz, you’ll know what to expect. Hope you enjoy the novel.

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  100. Thanks Laini, though I’m not sure whether you enjoyed it or were irritated. Ah well, next time I do a quiz, you’ll know what to expect. Hope you enjoy the novel.

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  101. LOL Robin — you’re right about the orphans, and yes, that scenario with Leo could have been fun. Thanks for pre-ordering the book, nd I’m delighted you enjoyed The Scoundrel’s Daughter. Thanks for playing.

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  102. LOL Robin — you’re right about the orphans, and yes, that scenario with Leo could have been fun. Thanks for pre-ordering the book, nd I’m delighted you enjoyed The Scoundrel’s Daughter. Thanks for playing.

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  103. LOL Robin — you’re right about the orphans, and yes, that scenario with Leo could have been fun. Thanks for pre-ordering the book, nd I’m delighted you enjoyed The Scoundrel’s Daughter. Thanks for playing.

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  104. LOL Robin — you’re right about the orphans, and yes, that scenario with Leo could have been fun. Thanks for pre-ordering the book, nd I’m delighted you enjoyed The Scoundrel’s Daughter. Thanks for playing.

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  105. LOL Robin — you’re right about the orphans, and yes, that scenario with Leo could have been fun. Thanks for pre-ordering the book, nd I’m delighted you enjoyed The Scoundrel’s Daughter. Thanks for playing.

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  106. Thanks Rose, I wish I wrote faster too. James Patterson writes with other authors who do a lot of the writing work, which is how he can produce so many books. Thanks for playing, and for your very kind words about my books.

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  107. Thanks Rose, I wish I wrote faster too. James Patterson writes with other authors who do a lot of the writing work, which is how he can produce so many books. Thanks for playing, and for your very kind words about my books.

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  108. Thanks Rose, I wish I wrote faster too. James Patterson writes with other authors who do a lot of the writing work, which is how he can produce so many books. Thanks for playing, and for your very kind words about my books.

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  109. Thanks Rose, I wish I wrote faster too. James Patterson writes with other authors who do a lot of the writing work, which is how he can produce so many books. Thanks for playing, and for your very kind words about my books.

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  110. Thanks Rose, I wish I wrote faster too. James Patterson writes with other authors who do a lot of the writing work, which is how he can produce so many books. Thanks for playing, and for your very kind words about my books.

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  111. Meg if you so a search on the Word Wench site for QUIZ you will find those other quizzes, and you can still do them and check your answers the same way. Thanks so much for your kind words about my books. I’m so pleased you enjoyed them.

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  112. Meg if you so a search on the Word Wench site for QUIZ you will find those other quizzes, and you can still do them and check your answers the same way. Thanks so much for your kind words about my books. I’m so pleased you enjoyed them.

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  113. Meg if you so a search on the Word Wench site for QUIZ you will find those other quizzes, and you can still do them and check your answers the same way. Thanks so much for your kind words about my books. I’m so pleased you enjoyed them.

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  114. Meg if you so a search on the Word Wench site for QUIZ you will find those other quizzes, and you can still do them and check your answers the same way. Thanks so much for your kind words about my books. I’m so pleased you enjoyed them.

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  115. Meg if you so a search on the Word Wench site for QUIZ you will find those other quizzes, and you can still do them and check your answers the same way. Thanks so much for your kind words about my books. I’m so pleased you enjoyed them.

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  116. I only got three right! That’s ok though, the plot points from the right answers of the quiz make me excited to read the book!

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  117. I only got three right! That’s ok though, the plot points from the right answers of the quiz make me excited to read the book!

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  118. I only got three right! That’s ok though, the plot points from the right answers of the quiz make me excited to read the book!

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  119. I only got three right! That’s ok though, the plot points from the right answers of the quiz make me excited to read the book!

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  120. I only got three right! That’s ok though, the plot points from the right answers of the quiz make me excited to read the book!

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  121. I got 6 out of 10! Somehow I knew that Clarissa would want to keep her sister, but in my alternative plotting, their father would give them 6 weeks to marry(wrong!) therefore naturally they would want to come to London to look for husbands(correct!). I also guessed correctly that Leo would send the girls to his aunt for all of the reasons, that he would try to bribe Izzy, and that Lady Scattergood would be appalled. However I thought that Lady Scattergood would collect exotic birds.

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  122. I got 6 out of 10! Somehow I knew that Clarissa would want to keep her sister, but in my alternative plotting, their father would give them 6 weeks to marry(wrong!) therefore naturally they would want to come to London to look for husbands(correct!). I also guessed correctly that Leo would send the girls to his aunt for all of the reasons, that he would try to bribe Izzy, and that Lady Scattergood would be appalled. However I thought that Lady Scattergood would collect exotic birds.

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  123. I got 6 out of 10! Somehow I knew that Clarissa would want to keep her sister, but in my alternative plotting, their father would give them 6 weeks to marry(wrong!) therefore naturally they would want to come to London to look for husbands(correct!). I also guessed correctly that Leo would send the girls to his aunt for all of the reasons, that he would try to bribe Izzy, and that Lady Scattergood would be appalled. However I thought that Lady Scattergood would collect exotic birds.

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  124. I got 6 out of 10! Somehow I knew that Clarissa would want to keep her sister, but in my alternative plotting, their father would give them 6 weeks to marry(wrong!) therefore naturally they would want to come to London to look for husbands(correct!). I also guessed correctly that Leo would send the girls to his aunt for all of the reasons, that he would try to bribe Izzy, and that Lady Scattergood would be appalled. However I thought that Lady Scattergood would collect exotic birds.

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  125. I got 6 out of 10! Somehow I knew that Clarissa would want to keep her sister, but in my alternative plotting, their father would give them 6 weeks to marry(wrong!) therefore naturally they would want to come to London to look for husbands(correct!). I also guessed correctly that Leo would send the girls to his aunt for all of the reasons, that he would try to bribe Izzy, and that Lady Scattergood would be appalled. However I thought that Lady Scattergood would collect exotic birds.

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  126. Oh good grief. I have to wait an entire week until this book releases? Not fair!!! At least I should have met my deadline by then, so I can settle back for a delightful read. Can’t wait 🙂

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  127. Oh good grief. I have to wait an entire week until this book releases? Not fair!!! At least I should have met my deadline by then, so I can settle back for a delightful read. Can’t wait 🙂

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  128. Oh good grief. I have to wait an entire week until this book releases? Not fair!!! At least I should have met my deadline by then, so I can settle back for a delightful read. Can’t wait 🙂

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  129. Oh good grief. I have to wait an entire week until this book releases? Not fair!!! At least I should have met my deadline by then, so I can settle back for a delightful read. Can’t wait 🙂

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  130. Oh good grief. I have to wait an entire week until this book releases? Not fair!!! At least I should have met my deadline by then, so I can settle back for a delightful read. Can’t wait 🙂

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  131. Anne Gracie.
    What a fun quiz. I only got four right. Can’t wait to read Rake’s Daughter! I ordered it in January! Love your books, they are on my keeper shelf in physical or digital form. Thanks for hours of reading fun.
    Cindi

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  132. Anne Gracie.
    What a fun quiz. I only got four right. Can’t wait to read Rake’s Daughter! I ordered it in January! Love your books, they are on my keeper shelf in physical or digital form. Thanks for hours of reading fun.
    Cindi

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  133. Anne Gracie.
    What a fun quiz. I only got four right. Can’t wait to read Rake’s Daughter! I ordered it in January! Love your books, they are on my keeper shelf in physical or digital form. Thanks for hours of reading fun.
    Cindi

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  134. Anne Gracie.
    What a fun quiz. I only got four right. Can’t wait to read Rake’s Daughter! I ordered it in January! Love your books, they are on my keeper shelf in physical or digital form. Thanks for hours of reading fun.
    Cindi

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  135. Anne Gracie.
    What a fun quiz. I only got four right. Can’t wait to read Rake’s Daughter! I ordered it in January! Love your books, they are on my keeper shelf in physical or digital form. Thanks for hours of reading fun.
    Cindi

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  136. I did better on the quiz than I expected. I know I will enjoy this book. I look forward to receiving a copy.
    Hope everyone is well.

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  137. I did better on the quiz than I expected. I know I will enjoy this book. I look forward to receiving a copy.
    Hope everyone is well.

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  138. I did better on the quiz than I expected. I know I will enjoy this book. I look forward to receiving a copy.
    Hope everyone is well.

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  139. I did better on the quiz than I expected. I know I will enjoy this book. I look forward to receiving a copy.
    Hope everyone is well.

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  140. I did better on the quiz than I expected. I know I will enjoy this book. I look forward to receiving a copy.
    Hope everyone is well.

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  141. I never get these things right but it was fun. 3/10 for me and lucky to get that 🙂 You really need to know a bit about the characters to have any chance. Looking forward to reading it. Sounds like it’s going to be fun too.

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  142. I never get these things right but it was fun. 3/10 for me and lucky to get that 🙂 You really need to know a bit about the characters to have any chance. Looking forward to reading it. Sounds like it’s going to be fun too.

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  143. I never get these things right but it was fun. 3/10 for me and lucky to get that 🙂 You really need to know a bit about the characters to have any chance. Looking forward to reading it. Sounds like it’s going to be fun too.

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  144. I never get these things right but it was fun. 3/10 for me and lucky to get that 🙂 You really need to know a bit about the characters to have any chance. Looking forward to reading it. Sounds like it’s going to be fun too.

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  145. I never get these things right but it was fun. 3/10 for me and lucky to get that 🙂 You really need to know a bit about the characters to have any chance. Looking forward to reading it. Sounds like it’s going to be fun too.

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  146. That was fun, even though I only got half of the answers correct. But it whetted my appetite for the book, which sounds like a bit of a romp!

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  147. That was fun, even though I only got half of the answers correct. But it whetted my appetite for the book, which sounds like a bit of a romp!

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  148. That was fun, even though I only got half of the answers correct. But it whetted my appetite for the book, which sounds like a bit of a romp!

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  149. That was fun, even though I only got half of the answers correct. But it whetted my appetite for the book, which sounds like a bit of a romp!

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  150. That was fun, even though I only got half of the answers correct. But it whetted my appetite for the book, which sounds like a bit of a romp!

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  151. 7 out of 10 for me — I figured it would be dogs for this one after the cat in the last – and Binnie Syria answered my hope that we’d meet that cat again! I’m also hoing that whenever this series has to end, Anne, there might be another Wenchs’ garden party for all the characters!
    No need to put me in the drawing – I even turned on “notifications” (quelle horreur!) just to know the minute it arrives!

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  152. 7 out of 10 for me — I figured it would be dogs for this one after the cat in the last – and Binnie Syria answered my hope that we’d meet that cat again! I’m also hoing that whenever this series has to end, Anne, there might be another Wenchs’ garden party for all the characters!
    No need to put me in the drawing – I even turned on “notifications” (quelle horreur!) just to know the minute it arrives!

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  153. 7 out of 10 for me — I figured it would be dogs for this one after the cat in the last – and Binnie Syria answered my hope that we’d meet that cat again! I’m also hoing that whenever this series has to end, Anne, there might be another Wenchs’ garden party for all the characters!
    No need to put me in the drawing – I even turned on “notifications” (quelle horreur!) just to know the minute it arrives!

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  154. 7 out of 10 for me — I figured it would be dogs for this one after the cat in the last – and Binnie Syria answered my hope that we’d meet that cat again! I’m also hoing that whenever this series has to end, Anne, there might be another Wenchs’ garden party for all the characters!
    No need to put me in the drawing – I even turned on “notifications” (quelle horreur!) just to know the minute it arrives!

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  155. 7 out of 10 for me — I figured it would be dogs for this one after the cat in the last – and Binnie Syria answered my hope that we’d meet that cat again! I’m also hoing that whenever this series has to end, Anne, there might be another Wenchs’ garden party for all the characters!
    No need to put me in the drawing – I even turned on “notifications” (quelle horreur!) just to know the minute it arrives!

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  156. Oh my. I only got three right. Lol. This was a lot of fun. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

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  157. Oh my. I only got three right. Lol. This was a lot of fun. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

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  158. Oh my. I only got three right. Lol. This was a lot of fun. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

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  159. Oh my. I only got three right. Lol. This was a lot of fun. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

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  160. Oh my. I only got three right. Lol. This was a lot of fun. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

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  161. I got 8/10 correct. It’s funny how men that sleep with anything and are very promiscuous have daughters!? I think of this as Karma for hearts broken or lives ruined especially when women had so few choices!
    When I think of prostitution then I cringe and cry but I am thankful this case is not the norm! 😘 Happy writing!

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  162. I got 8/10 correct. It’s funny how men that sleep with anything and are very promiscuous have daughters!? I think of this as Karma for hearts broken or lives ruined especially when women had so few choices!
    When I think of prostitution then I cringe and cry but I am thankful this case is not the norm! 😘 Happy writing!

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  163. I got 8/10 correct. It’s funny how men that sleep with anything and are very promiscuous have daughters!? I think of this as Karma for hearts broken or lives ruined especially when women had so few choices!
    When I think of prostitution then I cringe and cry but I am thankful this case is not the norm! 😘 Happy writing!

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  164. I got 8/10 correct. It’s funny how men that sleep with anything and are very promiscuous have daughters!? I think of this as Karma for hearts broken or lives ruined especially when women had so few choices!
    When I think of prostitution then I cringe and cry but I am thankful this case is not the norm! 😘 Happy writing!

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  165. I got 8/10 correct. It’s funny how men that sleep with anything and are very promiscuous have daughters!? I think of this as Karma for hearts broken or lives ruined especially when women had so few choices!
    When I think of prostitution then I cringe and cry but I am thankful this case is not the norm! 😘 Happy writing!

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  166. I actually managed to get 5 “right”. It is fun trying to think about what story could possibly be written from the little we know.

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  167. I actually managed to get 5 “right”. It is fun trying to think about what story could possibly be written from the little we know.

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  168. I actually managed to get 5 “right”. It is fun trying to think about what story could possibly be written from the little we know.

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  169. I actually managed to get 5 “right”. It is fun trying to think about what story could possibly be written from the little we know.

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  170. I actually managed to get 5 “right”. It is fun trying to think about what story could possibly be written from the little we know.

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  171. HELLO,
    I got 7 out of 10 correct……… I love to have the book so I can read the it…..
    I can not wait for MS gRACIE’S BOOKS to come out
    Ihope I win a copy

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  172. HELLO,
    I got 7 out of 10 correct……… I love to have the book so I can read the it…..
    I can not wait for MS gRACIE’S BOOKS to come out
    Ihope I win a copy

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  173. HELLO,
    I got 7 out of 10 correct……… I love to have the book so I can read the it…..
    I can not wait for MS gRACIE’S BOOKS to come out
    Ihope I win a copy

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  174. HELLO,
    I got 7 out of 10 correct……… I love to have the book so I can read the it…..
    I can not wait for MS gRACIE’S BOOKS to come out
    Ihope I win a copy

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  175. HELLO,
    I got 7 out of 10 correct……… I love to have the book so I can read the it…..
    I can not wait for MS gRACIE’S BOOKS to come out
    Ihope I win a copy

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  176. LOL — what do you mean “nearly”? You’ve read the book — you should have aced it.
    And thanks for the defence of the dog and cat so-called Rule that my friend Mary Jo is claiming exists. If so, then I’m a rule breaker.
    I’m so pleased you enjoyed reading The Rake’s Daughter. Thanks, Binnie.

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  177. LOL — what do you mean “nearly”? You’ve read the book — you should have aced it.
    And thanks for the defence of the dog and cat so-called Rule that my friend Mary Jo is claiming exists. If so, then I’m a rule breaker.
    I’m so pleased you enjoyed reading The Rake’s Daughter. Thanks, Binnie.

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  178. LOL — what do you mean “nearly”? You’ve read the book — you should have aced it.
    And thanks for the defence of the dog and cat so-called Rule that my friend Mary Jo is claiming exists. If so, then I’m a rule breaker.
    I’m so pleased you enjoyed reading The Rake’s Daughter. Thanks, Binnie.

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  179. LOL — what do you mean “nearly”? You’ve read the book — you should have aced it.
    And thanks for the defence of the dog and cat so-called Rule that my friend Mary Jo is claiming exists. If so, then I’m a rule breaker.
    I’m so pleased you enjoyed reading The Rake’s Daughter. Thanks, Binnie.

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  180. LOL — what do you mean “nearly”? You’ve read the book — you should have aced it.
    And thanks for the defence of the dog and cat so-called Rule that my friend Mary Jo is claiming exists. If so, then I’m a rule breaker.
    I’m so pleased you enjoyed reading The Rake’s Daughter. Thanks, Binnie.

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  181. Lady Scattergood is something of an exotic bird herself, actually, but I needed it to be dogs this time. And I was inspired by a writer friend of mine who also adopts dogs and at one stage she had five little ones.
    The 6 weeks to find a husband would have been fun, I agree. Thanks for playing.

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  182. Lady Scattergood is something of an exotic bird herself, actually, but I needed it to be dogs this time. And I was inspired by a writer friend of mine who also adopts dogs and at one stage she had five little ones.
    The 6 weeks to find a husband would have been fun, I agree. Thanks for playing.

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  183. Lady Scattergood is something of an exotic bird herself, actually, but I needed it to be dogs this time. And I was inspired by a writer friend of mine who also adopts dogs and at one stage she had five little ones.
    The 6 weeks to find a husband would have been fun, I agree. Thanks for playing.

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  184. Lady Scattergood is something of an exotic bird herself, actually, but I needed it to be dogs this time. And I was inspired by a writer friend of mine who also adopts dogs and at one stage she had five little ones.
    The 6 weeks to find a husband would have been fun, I agree. Thanks for playing.

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  185. Lady Scattergood is something of an exotic bird herself, actually, but I needed it to be dogs this time. And I was inspired by a writer friend of mine who also adopts dogs and at one stage she had five little ones.
    The 6 weeks to find a husband would have been fun, I agree. Thanks for playing.

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  186. Thanks so much for preordering it, Cjay — and thanks so much for including my books on your keeper shelf, and for your very kind words. Much appreciated. Good luck in the draw..

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  187. Thanks so much for preordering it, Cjay — and thanks so much for including my books on your keeper shelf, and for your very kind words. Much appreciated. Good luck in the draw..

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  188. Thanks so much for preordering it, Cjay — and thanks so much for including my books on your keeper shelf, and for your very kind words. Much appreciated. Good luck in the draw..

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  189. Thanks so much for preordering it, Cjay — and thanks so much for including my books on your keeper shelf, and for your very kind words. Much appreciated. Good luck in the draw..

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  190. Thanks so much for preordering it, Cjay — and thanks so much for including my books on your keeper shelf, and for your very kind words. Much appreciated. Good luck in the draw..

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  191. Oh my gosh I only got three right. I should have known better on some but Ms. Gracie is the very best author I know and I own all her books. Thank you ladies for those of us who enjoy reading. pat wood

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  192. Oh my gosh I only got three right. I should have known better on some but Ms. Gracie is the very best author I know and I own all her books. Thank you ladies for those of us who enjoy reading. pat wood

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  193. Oh my gosh I only got three right. I should have known better on some but Ms. Gracie is the very best author I know and I own all her books. Thank you ladies for those of us who enjoy reading. pat wood

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  194. Oh my gosh I only got three right. I should have known better on some but Ms. Gracie is the very best author I know and I own all her books. Thank you ladies for those of us who enjoy reading. pat wood

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  195. Oh my gosh I only got three right. I should have known better on some but Ms. Gracie is the very best author I know and I own all her books. Thank you ladies for those of us who enjoy reading. pat wood

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  196. I only got 3 correct, but would love to get a copy of the book. Especially if it’s signed by you! Absolutely love reading your books.

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  197. I only got 3 correct, but would love to get a copy of the book. Especially if it’s signed by you! Absolutely love reading your books.

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  198. I only got 3 correct, but would love to get a copy of the book. Especially if it’s signed by you! Absolutely love reading your books.

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  199. I only got 3 correct, but would love to get a copy of the book. Especially if it’s signed by you! Absolutely love reading your books.

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  200. I only got 3 correct, but would love to get a copy of the book. Especially if it’s signed by you! Absolutely love reading your books.

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  201. I got only 3 right! I love this idea of quizzes. For me this is better than reading a blurb!
    I have your books in my Kindle
    I would cherish a signed copy.

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  202. I got only 3 right! I love this idea of quizzes. For me this is better than reading a blurb!
    I have your books in my Kindle
    I would cherish a signed copy.

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  203. I got only 3 right! I love this idea of quizzes. For me this is better than reading a blurb!
    I have your books in my Kindle
    I would cherish a signed copy.

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  204. I got only 3 right! I love this idea of quizzes. For me this is better than reading a blurb!
    I have your books in my Kindle
    I would cherish a signed copy.

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  205. I got only 3 right! I love this idea of quizzes. For me this is better than reading a blurb!
    I have your books in my Kindle
    I would cherish a signed copy.

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  206. Interesting observation. Of course my awful rake father in this book blames his legitimate daughter and her mother for her not being a boy! Thanks for coming by and commenting.

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  207. Interesting observation. Of course my awful rake father in this book blames his legitimate daughter and her mother for her not being a boy! Thanks for coming by and commenting.

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  208. Interesting observation. Of course my awful rake father in this book blames his legitimate daughter and her mother for her not being a boy! Thanks for coming by and commenting.

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  209. Interesting observation. Of course my awful rake father in this book blames his legitimate daughter and her mother for her not being a boy! Thanks for coming by and commenting.

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  210. Interesting observation. Of course my awful rake father in this book blames his legitimate daughter and her mother for her not being a boy! Thanks for coming by and commenting.

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  211. Well done, Constance. Not sure there will be a wenches’ garden party, but there is something similar for you in the story. Thanks for preordering the book — and for playing.

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  212. Well done, Constance. Not sure there will be a wenches’ garden party, but there is something similar for you in the story. Thanks for preordering the book — and for playing.

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  213. Well done, Constance. Not sure there will be a wenches’ garden party, but there is something similar for you in the story. Thanks for preordering the book — and for playing.

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  214. Well done, Constance. Not sure there will be a wenches’ garden party, but there is something similar for you in the story. Thanks for preordering the book — and for playing.

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  215. Well done, Constance. Not sure there will be a wenches’ garden party, but there is something similar for you in the story. Thanks for preordering the book — and for playing.

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