Series: Brides of Penhally Bay

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Christmas Eve Baby by Caroline Anderson1
The Italian's New-Year Marriage Wish by Sarah Morgan2
The Doctor's Bride by Sunrise by Josie Metcalfe3
The Surgeon's Fatherhood Surprise by Jennifer Taylor4
The Doctor's Royal Love-Child by Kate Hardy5
Nurse Bride, Bayside Wedding (Brides of Penhally Bay) by Gill Sanderson6
Single Dad Seeks a Wife by Melanie Milburne7
Virgin Midwife, Playboy Doctor by Margaret McDonagh8
Their Miracle Baby by Caroline Anderson9
Sheikh Surgeon Claims His Bride by Josie Metcalfe10
A Baby for Eve by Maggie Kingsley11
Dr. Devereux's Proposal by Margaret McDonagh12
The Rebel of Penhally Bay by Caroline Anderson13
Spanish Doctor, Pregnant Midwife by Anne Fraser14
Falling for the Playboy Millionaire by Kate Hardy15
Mother for the Italian's Twins by Margaret McDonagh16
Brides of Penhally Bay, Volume 1 of 4, Featuring Dr. Nick Tremayne (Christmas Eve Baby / The Doctor's Bride By Sunrise / Italian New-Year Marriage Wish / Surgeon's Fatherhood Surprise) by Caroline Andersonomnibus 1-4
Brides of Penhally Bay Volume 2 of 4 (4-in-1) by Kate Hardyomnibus 5-8
Brides of Penhally Bay Volume 3 of 4 (Their Miracle Baby / Sheikh Surgeon Claims His Bride / A Baby for Eve / Dr. Devereux's Proposal) by Caroline Andersonomnibus 9-12
Brides of Penhally Bay Volume 4 of 4 (The Rebel of Penhally Bay / Spanish Doctor, Pregnant Midwife / Falling for the Playboy Millionaire / Mother for the Italian's Twins) by Caroline Andersonomnibus 13-16

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Bachelor doctors become husbands and fathers -- in a place where hearts are made whole.

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