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Christmas Couples Countdown

Today you can find me over at Not Enough Bookshelves guest posting on my favorite couple from 2011. I know! How did I narrow it down? It was agonizing. But I think I landed on the two that really set my pulse permanently racing this year. If you've got a minute, be sure to drop in and see who it was. This is the third year running Alexa has hosted her Christmas Couples Countdown and it's always a blast, especially as we usually have several favorite duos in common. Happy holiday reading, everyone!

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  1. Is there even a question Angie? I guess I should go over and find out if I was right.

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  2. Holly, so who did you think it was? I wasn't kidding when I said it was agonizing!

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  3. Thanks for the link, the kind words and the wonderful burst post Angie!

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  4. Oh! I am clicking over there right now! And so strange I have never heard of this tradition before. I absolutely love the idea.

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  5. Alexa, thanks for having me!

    Heather, Alexa runs a great blog. Enjoy!

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