tail-waggingly love


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  • Candace Bradshaw was as cute as a puppy and just as tail-waggingly eager to please the men who had put her in office and who now profited from the five-to-two decisions the board usually made under her chairmanship. --Margaret Maron, Death's Half Acre. New York, Grand Central Publishing, Hachette Book Group USA. First eBook Edition, August 2008.

    April 27, 2011

  • Ooh, this is perfect for one of my lists...

    April 27, 2011