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paulgoatallen
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The Funniest (and Dirtiest) Lines from the Jane True Series!

Hey you guys!

I recently finished Tempest Reborn—the very last Jane True novel!—and this blog is my homage to Nicole Peeler an her awesome series! Please show your support for Nicole by leaving a comment on the blog!

 

Paul

 

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/blog/the-funniest-and-dirtiest-lines-from-the-jane-true-series/

 

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Re: The Funniest (and Dirtiest) Lines from the Jane True Series!

Loved the blog. The quotes are amazing. It is an excellent book.

I did leave a comment. I am looking for a lot of comments on what people thought of the book.

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Re: The Funniest (and Dirtiest) Lines from the Jane True Series!

I'm about 1/4 of the way and love it so far.  :-)  I really liked the Supernatural reference...one of my favorite shows on TV!!  ~swoon~  Jensen Ackles

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