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Veil Of Pearls: Day 3

What is the question for today? It's a puzzler! Can you guess? Want to try? G ahead, even if you haven't read the book, you can guess. It' will be fun. Go ahead!!!!!

Adalia done something she regretted with a broken heart. Was it serious? Was it truly terrible? Did she find forgiveness? What happened????

Do you know?

Take a guess. If you don't know, that's alright! Visit MaryLu's blog for more details and find a link to buy it

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  1. I'm thinking she had an affair. Am I right> Really, I have no clue, but that's my guess :)

  2. Hello! This is a tough question. The only thing I can come up with is when Dr. Willaby questioned Adalia's virtue, and she was harsh with her reply. She regretted her harsh tone, yet felt an ache in her heart. I love this book so much. Glad my daughter gave it back to me, so that I can read it again. :)

  3. She rekindled a former romance that was disastrous the first time around? I don't really know because I never read the book...just trying to keep it sassy. ;-)

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