Series: Ballantyne Legacy

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Love's Reckoning: A Novel (The Ballantyne Legacy) (Volume 1) by Laura Frantz1
Love's Awakening: A Novel (The Ballantyne Legacy) (Volume 2) by Laura Frantz2
Love's Fortune: A Novel (The Ballantyne Legacy) (Volume 3) by Laura Frantz3

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  1. The Dancing Master by Julie Klassen (2013)
  2. Love at Any Cost: A Novel (The Heart of San Francisco) by Julie Lessman (2013)
  3. A Change of Fortune by Jen Turano (2012)
  4. The Heiress of Winterwood by Sarah E. Ladd (2013)
  5. Into the Whirlwind by Elizabeth Camden (2013)
  6. Colonel's Lady, The: A Novel by Laura Frantz (2011)
  7. Love Surrendered, A: A Novel (Winds of Change) by Julie Lessman (2012)
  8. A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander (2011)
  9. The Governess of Highland Hall: A Novel (Edwardian Brides) by Carrie Turansky (2013)
  10. A Noble Groom by Jody Hedlund (2013)
  11. To Whisper Her Name (A Belle Meade Plantation Novel) by Tamera Alexander (2012)
  12. Courting Morrow Little: A Novel by Laura Frantz (2010)
  13. The Secret of Pembrooke Park by Julie Klassen (2014)
  14. Shadows of the Past: A Novel (Logan Point) by Patricia Bradley (2014)
  15. Full Steam Ahead by Karen Witemeyer (2014)

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