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whitterbugCo
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LendMe: Black Dagger Brotherhood

Anyone have "Lover at Last" that can LendMe? email is whitterbug.collins@gmail.com

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Re: LendMe: Black Dagger Brotherhood

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whitterbugCo
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Re: LendMe: Black Dagger Brotherhood

Thanks!
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Re: LendMe: Black Dagger Brotherhood

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Re: LendMe: Black Dagger Brotherhood

I have a question. If you lend the book to someone, are you able to lend the book to another person? Are there any restrictions for lending books?

I have heard you can and you can't...so I am trying to find out which one is correct.
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Re: LendMe: Black Dagger Brotherhood

If you are using the LendMe program offered by B&N then the book may only be loaned once.  After you have loaned it, it will no longer have the LendMe logo.