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Series: Aegumatud armastuslood

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The Notebook by Nicholas Sparksnot in English Common Knowledge16
Practical Magic by Alice Hoffmannot in English Common Knowledge17
Tule tagasi, kallis by Maeve Harannot in English Common Knowledge18
Naise kättemaks by Elizabeth Buchannot in English Common Knowledge19
Primavera (Aegumatud armastuslood, #20) by Lilli Prometnot in English Common Knowledge20
The Summer House by Marcia Willettnot in English Common Knowledge22
Living Dangerously by Katie Ffordenot in English Common Knowledge23
Love in a Cold Climate by Nancy Mitfordnot in English Common Knowledge24
Inger (Aegumatud armastuslood, #25) by Mats Traatnot in English Common Knowledge25
Mustlasmadonna by Santa Montefiorenot in English Common Knowledge26
Fiona by Catherine Gaskinnot in English Common Knowledge27
The Sex Life of My Aunt by Mavis Cheeknot in English Common Knowledge28
Päikesetõus by pseud. Rosie Thomasnot in English Common Knowledge29
Pariisi lõbusad naised by Raimond Kaugvernot in English Common Knowledge30
Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubertnot in English Common Knowledge31
The Time of the Angels by Iris Murdochnot in English Common Knowledge32
The Cultured Handmaiden by Catherine Cooksonnot in English Common Knowledge33
The Saga of Gösta Berling by Selma Lagerlöfnot in English Common Knowledge34
Victoria by Knut Hamsunnot in English Common Knowledge35
Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrencenot in English Common Knowledge36
Embers by Sándor Márainot in English Common Knowledge37
Kadunud armu meri by Santa Montefiorenot in English Common Knowledge38
Orlando by Virginia Woolfnot in English Common Knowledge40

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