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ALLOFME THEBRIDESMAIDSCLUB,BOOK1 LEEANNAMORGAN Copyright©2015byLeeannaMorgan Allrightsreserved Nopartofthisbookmaybereproducedinanyformorbyanyelectronicormechanicalmeans,including informationstorageandretrievalsystems,withoutwrittenpermissionfromtheauthor,exceptfortheuseof briefquotationsinabookreview CONTENTS Dedication Chapter1 Chapter2 Chapter3 Chapter4 Chapter5 Chapter6 Chapter7 Chapter8 Chapter9 Chapter10 Chapter11 Chapter12 Chapter13 ThankYou ExcerptFrom‘LovingYou’ EnjoyOtherNovelsByLeeannaMorgan BonusRecipe-BlueberryButtermilkPancakes ABOUTTHISBOOK Fourfriends Twenty-twobridesmaids’dresses Onerandomactofkindnessthatwillchangetheirlivesforever TesshasgivenuplookingforMr Right,butthatdoesn’tmeanshe’sgivenupon love When she reads a newspaper article about a young couple who’ve had everything stolen from their home, including four bridesmaids’ dresses, she knowsshehastohelp Butbyhelpingthebride,Tessrisksexposingapastshedoesn’twantanyoneto know about She does everything she can to minimize the danger she’s in, but shedoestheonethingguaranteedtodestroyeverything—shefallsinlovewith thewrongman LoganAllenhasspentmostofhiscareerreportingonthenewsfromaroundthe world WhenaletterarrivesfromAfghanistan,thetraumahe’sbeenlivingwith is about to explode back into his life He betrayed a small Afghan village and Tessthinkshe’sbetrayedher From their first random act of kindness comes an experience Logan and Tess will never forget And maybe, if they work together, they can create a future that’sbetterthananythingthey’veleftbehind AllofMeisthefirstbookinTheBridesmaidsClubseries,butcaneasilyberead as a standalone All of my series are linked, so if you meet someone you like, youcouldfindtheminanotherbook Fornewsofmylatestreleases,pleasevisit leeannamorgan.comandsignupformynewsletter Happyreading! OtherNovelsbyLeeannaMorgan: MontanaBrides: Book1:ForeverDreams(GracieandTrent) Book2:ForeverinLove(AmyandNathan) Book3:ForeverAfter(NickyandSam) Book4:ForeverWishes(ErinandJake) Book5:ForeverSanta(AMontanaBridesChristmasNovella) Book6:ForeverCowboy(EmilyandAlex) Book7:ForeverTogether(KateandDan) Book8:ForeverandaDay(SarahandJordan) MontanaBridesBoxedSet:Books1-3 MontanaBridesBoxedSet:Books4-6 TheBridesmaidsClub: Book1:AllofMe(TessandLogan) Book2:LovingYou(AnnieandDylan) Book3:HeadOverHeels(SallyandTodd) Book4:SweetonYou(MollyandJacob) EmeraldLakeBillionaires: Book1:SealedwithaKiss(RachelandJohn) Book2:PlayingforKeeps(SophieandRyan) Book3:CrazyLove(HollyandDaniel) Book4:OneAndOnly(ElizabethandBlake) TheProtectors: Book1:SafeHaven(HayleyandTank) Book2:JustBreathe(KellyandTanner) Book3:Always(MalloryandGrant) Book4:ThePromise(AshleyandMatthew) Book5:ComingHome(MiaandStan) Book6:TheGift(HannahandBrett) Book7:TheWish(ClaireandJason) TheProtectorsBoxedSet:Books1-3 SapphireBay: Book1:FallingForYou(NatalieandGabe) Book2:OnceInALifetime(SamandCaleb) Book3:AChristmasWish(MeganandWilliam) Book4:BeforeToday(BrookeandLevi) Book5:TheSweetestThing(CassieandNoah) DEDICATION ThisbookisdedicatedtothemanwhoworkedinashoestoreinNewYorkCity twenty-fiveyearsago Yourrandomactofkindnesshelpedalosttwenty-one-year-oldfindherhotel I willbeforevergratefultoyou CHAPTER1 T ess stared at the cartons of buttermilk she’d left on the counter overnight Bymistake Shewouldn’tpanic She’dstrutteddowntherunwaysoftopfashionhouses wearinghautecouturemasterpieces Shewouldnotcryoveralittlesourmilk Except it wasn’t a little bit It was her last four quarts She’d promised the Groovy Grans Motorcycle Club that she’d have blueberry buttermilk pancakes readyforthematseveno’clock Shecheckedherwatch Inanhourandahalf, she’d have fifteen unhappy grans standing in her café, wondering what had happenedtotheirbreakfast She needed buttermilk and she needed it fast She took a deep breath and grabbed her jacket Safeway would be open She could race across Bozeman, buy the buttermilk and be back in fifteen minutes She’d make the pancakes Thenshe’dstartonthemuffins,cakes,piesandsconesthatherothercustomers wouldbewaitingfor She opened the front door, raced across to her car, then remembered her wallet Shesearchedherpocketsforthekeystohercafé Shethoughtshe’dleft theminherjacketpocket Shelookedonthepassengerseat,thebackseats They weren’tthere Maybeshe’dtossedtheminhertotebag Theonethatwassittinginsidethecaféwithherwallet Thiscouldn’tbehappening Itreallycouldn’t Sheturnedthehandleonthe frontdoor,hopingforamiracle Itwaslocked Sherestedherheadagainstthe glassandtriedtothinklikealogical,mature,twenty-nine-year-oldinsteadofthe ditzyblondthatneededtobreakintoherownbusiness “Everythingokay?” Tess looked sideways and sighed Logan Allen, local multi-award winning reporter,andtheonemanguaranteedtomakeagooddayturnbad,stoodbeside her “Tess?” “I’m fine.” She let go of the door handle and turned to Logan He’d been running Sweattrickleddownhisface,wethisT-shirtuntilitstucktohiswide chestandbulgingbiceps Notthatshewaslooking Notmuchanyway Tessrefusedtofindhisdarkhairanddeepbrowneyesattractive She’dspent mostofherlifearoundmalemodelsthatweresohandsometheytookherbreath away Butshe’dlearnedthehardwaythatthoselookscouldhideaheartofsteel “Itdoesn’tlookasthoughyou’refine.”Hiseyesskatedoverherblondhair andflushedface “Youlook…frazzled.” “That’sabigwordforfive-thirtyinthemorning Youcoulduseitinoneof yourstories,”shesaidsweetly “Yeah Ahomicide Blondcaféownerfounddeadinthestreetafterinsulting areporter.” “Thereyougo AnotherPulitzerPrizewinningstoryinthemaking.” Logan crossed his arms in front of his chest “Now that we’ve gotten over ourfirstinsultfortheday,doyouwanttotellmewhat’sgoingon?” “Ineedbuttermilkforpancakes,exceptIleftmywalletinthecafé.” “Letmeguess Yourfrontdoorkeysaresittinginthecafé,too.” Tessglaredatthesmileonhisface “I’llcheckmycar Mykeysmighthave fallen down the side of the seat.” She crossed the sidewalk and open the passengerdoorofhertrustyToyota Shehuntedundertheseat,besidetheseat, intheglovecompartment,anywhereshecouldthinkof “Haveyoucheckedthetrunk?” Tesspulledherselfoutofhercar “WhywouldIleavetheminthetrunk?” “Idon’tknow Maybeyouopenedittostashadeadbodyinside Ormaybe youleftyourgroceriesinthereliketherestofusmeremortals.” Tess kept her lips clamped tight She didn’t have time to bicker with him LovingYou TheBridesmaidsClub,Book2 Ifmakingabride'sdreamcometrueiseasy whyisfallinginlovesohard? Annie O'Leary's life ended the day her baby died But then she moved to Montana and found a purpose, a reason for waking up each morning There's something about Bozeman, something about the friends she's made that keeps herfeetfirmlyanchoredtothegroundandherheartinonepiece DylanBaylissisanArmyveteranandsecurityspecialist He'slivedhislifeon the edge and paid a higher price than most He's about to face his biggest fear andAnnieistheonlywomanhetrustsenoughtohelphim Anniewilldojustaboutanythingforanyone,butshedoesn'tknowifshehasthe couragetodotheonethingthatcouldchangeherlifeforever Keep reading for a preview of Loving You, Dylan and Annie’s story in The BridesmaidsClub! CHAPTER1 I fyouaskedAnnieO’Learytochoosebetweenaredhotmaleanda quiet night with her friends, she’d take her friends every time Life hadafunnywayofworkingoutandsometimesitwasn’tallthatfunny Fouryearsago,she’darrivedinBozemanwithaheavyheartandnohopeof ever being happy again Now here she was, part-time baker, part-time receptionist,andpart-timefairygodmothertobridesindistress ShestaredthroughthewindowofAngelWingsCafé,onlyhalflisteningto the conversation going on around her Six weeks ago, Annie and three of her friendshadstartedTheBridesmaidsClub They’dreadanewspaperarticleabout abridewho’dhadallofherbridesmaids’dressesstolenfromherhome Withina coupleofdays,they’dgatheredalloftheiroldbridesmaids’dressestogetherand offeredfourofthemtothebride Withmoretwistsandturnsthanshouldhave beenpossible,theirfirstbrideandgroomhadenjoyedabeautifulwedding After the publicity their story generated, they’d ended up with over fifty donatedbridesmaids’dresses,adozenbridalgownsandaboxfulloflettersfrom otherwomenaskingforhelp “Areyoulistening,Annie?”TessWilliams,theownerofAngelWingsCafé, andoneofherbestfriends,nudgedherlegunderthetable Molly and Sally, her other two best friends, looked through the window to seewhatshewasstaringat “It’sDylan.”Sallysighed “Doesheevenknowhowdropdeadgorgeoushe is?” ThefirsttimeAnniehadmetDylanBaylissshehadn’tknownwhattomake ofhim Herarelysmiled,almostnevertouchedanotherperson,andhadawayof fillinguparoomwithoutknowingit Shehadtoadmitthatsixandahalffeetof pure male testosterone would have an impact on any room Add in wide shoulders,achiseledjaw,andsapphireblueeyes,andyouhadthemakingsofa manwhowouldturnawoman’sheadeverytime “Canwegetbacktowhatweneedtosortout?AnnieandIhavetogetthe next trayofmealsready fortheLighthouseCafé.”Tess stuckher head around theedgeofthewindowandsmiledatDylan “Okay We’veallhadourhormone fixfortheday Backtowork.” “It’s all right for you,” Sally moaned “Your fiancé has been keeping your toes warm at night We’re not all fortunate enough to have a man like Logan Alleninourlives.” “Andsomeofusdon’twantone,”Mollystated HerIrishaccentsoftenedthe words, gave them a lyrical quality that covered the hurt behind them Molly’s marriage had lasted a grand total of six months The charming, romantic man she’d married had shared his charm with someone else, and Molly was still recovering SallygaveMollyaquickhug “Whereareweupto?”sheasked Tess looked at her notes “Julie is arriving with her two bridesmaids tomorrow She’slookedinthecatalogandI’veputthedressesshelikedtoone side.” Whenthey’dfirststartedTheBridesmaidsClub,thebiggestchallengethey could see was having some way of showing the bridesmaids what the dresses lookedlike SoMolly,aprofessionalphotographer,haddesignedacatalogofthe dressesthey’dbeengiven Sofaritwasworkingbetterthanthey’dplanned “Italkedtomybride,”Sallysaid “HollyiscomingtoseeusnextSaturday withhersisters.” Anniestoppedsippinghermilkshake “Allsixofthem?” “Yep Ijusthopetheydon’tbringanyextrapeople.”Sallyleanedherelbows onthetableandglancedoutofthewindowagain “WhatdoyouthinkDylan’s perfectwomanwouldbelike?” Anniehadbeenwonderingthesamething,whichscaredthelivingdaylights outofher Unlessyoucountedadisastroustenpinbowlingincident,shehadn’t datedanyoneinoversixyears Shehadn’tbeeninterestedinseeinganyoneor gettingtoknowanotherman Untilshe’dmetDylan Heintriguedher,lefther wonderingwhatwasbehindthesuper-coolexteriorheshowedtheworld Dylandidn’tseemtodatemucheither,butthatcouldhavebeenbecauseof histouchingissue He’dtoldTesshewasworkingonit,whateverthatmeant Annie grinned at the serious expression on Sally’s face “I’d say Dylan’s perfectwomanwouldbeafive-foot-eightbrunette She’dhavesparklinggreen eyesandafondnessforanimals.” Sallyblushed “I’mtheworstpersonforDylan He’stoo ” “Perfect?”Mollysaid “Complicated,”Annieadded Allfourheadsaroundthetablenodded Dylanmusthavesensedthefemaleinterestontheothersideofthewindow Heturnedandlookedateachoftheminturn Anniescruncheddowninherseat, tooembarrassedtosmilebacklikeeveryoneelse Heheldhiswristoutandtappedhiswatch Annieknewtheywererunning late,butsomethingswereworthafewextraminutes Especiallyiftheyinvolved girlytalkaboutthemaninfrontofthem “Isthereanythingelsewe’veforgotten?”Tessasked Everyoneshooktheirheads “Okay,soIguessthat’stheendofourmeeting.”Tessflippedhernotebook closed “Weonlywentofftopicfourtimes It’sgottobearecordforus.” Molly laughed as they stood up “We’ll have to come more prepared next time.” Dylan must have realized their meeting was over He walked into the café andmetTessatthefrontcounter “Areyoureadyformetoloadthemealsinto mytruck?” His Texan drawl sent goose bumps down Annie’s spine Not that she’d let Dylanknowthat Sincethefirsttimeshe’dmethim,he’dcarefullyavoidedher They’dbarelyspoken,nevertouched,exceptwhenhe’dtrippedoverherfeetin themiddleofachapel “I’vegothalfofthemealsreadytogo,”Tesssaidasshedisappearedbehind thekitchendoor Annie walked toward the counter They’d already put twenty meals in aluminumtraysandpackedtheminboxes ThepeoplethatateattheLighthouse Café appreciated the food they made For some of them, it was the only meal theycouldcountoneachday DylanclearedhisthroatasAnnieopenedthekitchendoor “Doyouwantto ridewithme?” She frowned, then looked over her shoulder No one was there “You’re talkingtome?” Dylanshrugged “Iwasjustwondering.” “Ican’t…leave,Imean I’mlookingafterAngelWingsCafé AndthenI’ve gotbowlingpractice.” Dylannodded “Maybenexttime,then.” Annie hurried into the kitchen and called herself every fool under the sun She’dgottentongue-tiedaroundDylan Hewasaman Aperfectlynormal,overthe-topgorgeousmale,butamannonetheless Andshewasaconfident,single woman,whoseexcusefornotgoingwithhimhadbeenbowlingpractice And that told her, beyond any reasonable doubt, that there was something seriouslywrongwithherpriorities D YLAN PARKEDoutsidePastorSteven’schurchandtriedtofigureoutwhathe’d donewrong Anniehadlookedasthoughshe’dratherthrowupthancomewith himtodeliverthemeals He’dgoneoutonalimb,pushedhiscomfortzoneand comeupwithzilch “Yougoingtosittherealldayorhelpunloadtheboxes?”Loganstoodonthe sidewalk,handsonhipsandlookingtooannoyedforaSaturdayafternoon EversinceDylanmovedtoBozeman,he’dbeenfriendswithLogan They’d meteightmonthsagoatagroupsessionPastorStevenorganizedforpeoplewith PostTraumaticStressDisorder Hisfirstmeetinghadbeenastrangecombination ofsoundadviceandgoodnaturedribbing Theguyshe’dmetkeptcomingback andsodidhe Dylanpushedopenhisdoor “Whatareyou?Thefoodpolice?” “You wouldn’t say that if you knew what I’d been through today The Bozeman Police Department has two officers in the World Police and Fire Games I’ve spent the last four hours writing a story about their training routine.” ApartfrombeingtheclosestfriendDylanhad,Loganwasareporterforthe Bozeman Chronicle Before that he’d been a war correspondent, syndicated to morenewspapersthanDylanhadheardabout HeopenedthebackdoorofhistruckandpassedLoganabox “Takethese inside Tess said Pastor Steven called They’re going to have a full house tonight.” “Whatelsedidmyfiancéesay?” “You’dbetteraskherthat Sheseemedabitputoutthatyouwereworking today.” “It’s better than unpacking more bridesmaids’ dresses.” Logan used his elbowtoclosethepassengerdoor “It’slikeadisease Theyfindhomesforhalfa dozendressesandanothertenarrive.” Dylan didn’t bother locking his truck They’d be back soon enough If anyone was desperate enough to help themselves to the rest of the meals, they mustneedthefood Loganfollowedaredbrickpatharoundthesideofthechurch “Whathave youbeendoingtoday?” “I picked up a rare collection of Faberge eggs and delivered them to an auctionhouseinDenver.” “Rivetingstuff.” Dylan choked back a laugh “It is when they’re worth millions They were pretty enough, but you’ve got to wonder about people’s sanity I wouldn’t pay whatthecatalogsaidthey’reworth.” Logan used his hip to push open the back door “That’s why you weren’t invitedtotheauction.” PastorStevenlookedupfromthekitchencounter,hiswidesmilewelcoming themintotheroom “IcouldsmellTessandAnnie’scookingfromamileaway Roastbeef?” DylanlefthisboxbesidePastorSteven “Youguessedright Anniepacked somedessertinaseparatebox Shesaidtotellyouthatthecheesecakesshould gostraightinthefridge.” Loganstartedemptyingthefoil-wrappedplatesoutofhisbox “Howmany areyouexpectingtonight?”heaskedPastorSteven “We’ve already got twenty people in the dining room I wouldn’t be surprisedifanothertwentyarriveinthenexthalfhour.” A young boy with bright red hair and neon freckles walked through the kitchendoor He stopped and frowned when he saw Dylan “You haven’t been here for ages Dadthoughtyoumusthavegonesomewhereelsetowork.” Dylan held his hand out and the boy raced across the room They did the same secret handshake they’d done for the last six months “I’m not going anywhere,squirt Doyouwanttohelpmesetthetables?” “Dad’salreadygotmeonknifeandforkduty,”thelittleboysaid “You’llneedspoons,too AnnieandTessmadecheesecake.”Dylanwatched asmileshootacrossFranky’sface “Youshouldcomebackfordinnermoreoften.” Before Dylan said another word, Franky grabbed a handful of utensils and wentbackintothediningroom “How’sFranky’sdaddoing?”Dylanasked “HegotajobpumpinggasatthestationonGallatinRoad It’shelpingwitha fewoftheirbills,butthey’vegotawaytogo.” “DidFrankygettheLittleLeagueuniform?” PastorStevensmiled “Igaveittohimlastweek Hewassoexcitedthathe didn’t know what to with himself It was thoughtful of you to that for him.” Dylan shrugged his shoulders “He shouldn’t have to pull out of baseball becausehisdadcan’taffordanewuniform.” Logan put another box on the counter and glanced at Dylan “There’s a disturbingpatternemerginghere You’retalkingandI’mdoingallthework.” “It’s called working smarter not harder,” Dylan said “Besides, writing a storyaboutsweatypoliceofficersisn’texactlybodybreakingwork.” Loganemptiedtheboxandputsomeofthedinnersinthelargecommercial oven “BeatshaulingeggstoDenver.” Pastor Steven looked around the kitchen “We’ll need the rest of the boxes broughtinside Dinnershouldbereadyintenminutes.” LoganheldthedooropenforDylan “Afteryou.” “Youtryingtoimpressmewithyourmanners?” “I’mmakingsureyougotoyour truckanddon’tdisappearintothedining room Frankywon’tletyououtofhissightwhenyougetinthere.”Loganshut thedoorandwalkeddownthepath “Youwanttotellmewhyyouwerestaring intospacewhenyouarrived?” “Notparticularly.” Logan grinned “The strong silent type doesn’t impress me You’ll have to leavethatfortheladies.” Dylanfeltablushworkitswayuphisneckandkeptwalking “Wait a minute Are you telling me a woman had you contemplating the meaningoflife?” Heopenedthecanopyonthebackofhistruck “Weprobablyshouldhave takenthecheesecakesoutfirst Ifthey’vemeltedeverywhere,I’lltellTessitwas yourfault.” Logan didn’t seem worried about the cheesecake issue He seemed more worriedaboutDylan,andthatwassomethingDylandidn’tneed “Whoisshe?” HeputthebiggestboxinLogan’sarms “Nooneyouknow.” “Youwannabet?IknowmostpeopleinBozeman,orsomeonewhoknows someoneelse TellmeanameandI’llletyouknowiftheirdossierhaspassed acrossmydeskattheChronicle.” “YousoundlikeJamesBond,”hegrumbled “Notgoingtowork Iwon’tbedistractedbyfrivolouscomplements Whois she?” Hewassavedfromansweringbythetootofacarhorn Logangavehimanevilglare “You’veboughtyourselftime.” Dylanwouldtakewhateverwasonoffer Tess, Logan’s fiancée, parked her car and walked toward them “Have you takenthecheesecakesinside?”ShelookedattheboxinLogan’shands “Ihope that’snotwhatIthinkitis?” DylanwatchedLoganplasterabesottedsmileonhisface Itusuallyworked itsmagiconTess,butitwasn’tworkingtoday She looked inside the canopy and tutted “The only thing in here are the cheesecakes Whatwereyouthinking?” “Abouthowgoodthey’regoingtotaste,”Dylansaidashetookanotherbox outofhistruck Tess lifted the last box into her arms and followed Logan along the path “Lockyourtruck,Dylan Therearelotsofpeoplewaitingfortheirdinner.” He did as he was told It didn’t pay to mess with his best friend’s fiancée, especiallywhenthatsamewomanwasAnnie’sbossandfriend AVAILABLENOW! ENJOYOTHERNOVELSBYLEEANNAMORGAN MontanaBrides: Book1:ForeverDreams(GracieandTrent) Book2:ForeverinLove(AmyandNathan) Book3:ForeverAfter(NickyandSam) Book4:ForeverWishes(ErinandJake) Book5:ForeverSanta(AMontanaBridesChristmasNovella) Book6:ForeverCowboy(EmilyandAlex) Book7:ForeverTogether(KateandDan) Book8:ForeverandaDay(SarahandJordan) MontanaBridesBoxedSet:Books1-3 MontanaBridesBoxedSet:Books4-6 TheBridesmaidsClub: Book1:AllofMe(TessandLogan) Book2:LovingYou(AnnieandDylan) Book3:HeadOverHeels(SallyandTodd) Book4:SweetonYou(MollyandJacob) EmeraldLakeBillionaires: Book1:SealedwithaKiss(RachelandJohn) Book2:PlayingforKeeps(SophieandRyan) Book3:CrazyLove(HollyandDaniel) Book4:OneAndOnly(ElizabethandBlake) TheProtectors: Book1:SafeHaven(HayleyandTank) Book2:JustBreathe(KellyandTanner) Book3:Always(MalloryandGrant) Book4:ThePromise(AshleyandMatthew) Book5:ComingHome(MiaandStan) Book6:TheGift(HannahandBrett) Book7:TheWish(ClaireandJason) TheProtectorsBoxedSet:Books1-3 SapphireBay: Book1:FallingForYou(NatalieandGabe) Book2:OnceInALifetime(SamandCaleb) Book3:AChristmasWish(MeganandWilliam) Book4:BeforeToday(BrookeandLevi) Book5:TheSweetestThing(CassieandNoah) BONUSRECIPE-BLUEBERRYBUTTERMILKPANCAKES EnjoyTess’specialpancakesfromAngel WingsCafe! (FromMarthaStewartLiving,March2013) Ingredients 2cupsall-purposeflour 2teaspoonsbakingpowder 1/2teaspoonbakingsoda 1/2teaspooncoarsesalt 1/4teaspoongroundcinnamon 1tablespoonsugar 1cupfreshorthawedfrozenblueberries 2cupsbuttermilk 2largeeggs Gratedzestof1lemon Vegetableoil,forcooking Unsaltedbutterandpuremaplesyrupforserving DIRECTIONS Whisktogetherflour,bakingpowder,bakingsoda,salt,cinnamon,andsugarinalargebowluntil thoroughlycombined Tossblueberrieswith2tablespoonsflourmixtureinamediumbowlandsetaside Makeawellinthecenterofremainingflourmixtureandaddbuttermilk,eggs,andlemonzest Whisk together,graduallyincorporatingflourmixture,mixingjustuntilcombined;somesmalllumpsshould remaininthebatter Foldinblueberries Letbatterstand10minutes Preheatadouble-burnergriddleoralargecast-ironskilletovermedium-highheat Brushgriddlewithoilandladle1/3cupbatterperpancakeontogriddle Whensmallbubblesappearacross surfaceofpancakesandtheedgesliftfromgriddle,flipandcontinuecookinguntilpancakesaregolden brownonthesecondsideandarespringytothetouch,about3minutestotal Thisrecipemakes12 pancakes Servewithbutterandmaplesyrup Enjoy!
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