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Ann of the Wild Rose Inn (Wild Rose Inn #2)

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Sixteen-year-old Ann and her twin brother, John, are dedicated to the cause of American independence, but when Ann falls in love with a British soldier, her resolve is tested.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 1st 1994 by Starfire
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One of my favorite books as a teen. I read it over and over. Seeing the cover makes me want to dig it out and read it again.
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Just a cute little book I read in high school. I re-read it a couple of days ago and it was good. A cute little romance novel with no sex. Hard to find those anymore!
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I read these books in Junior High and decided to revisit them. Very YA and you just kinda breeze through them, but still enjoyable.
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