Series: Callahan Cowboys

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The Cowboy's Triplets (Harlequin American Romance) by Tina Leonard1
The Cowboy's Bonus Baby by Tina Leonard2
Cowboys and Babies Bundle (3/6-in-1) by Tina Leonard"The Cowboy's Triplets" [and] "The Cowboy's Bonus Baby", books 1 & 2
The Bull Rider's Twins by Tina Leonard3
Holiday in a Stetson (The Sheriff Who Found Christmas / A Rancho Diablo Christmas) by Marie Ferrarella"A Rancho Diablo Christmas", 3.5
His Valentine Triplets by Tina Leonard4
Cowboy Sam's Quadruplets by Tina Leonard5
A Callahan Wedding by Tina Leonard6
Callahan Cowboys: The Renegade Cowboy Returns by Tina Leonard7
The Renegade Cowboy Returns [with bonus book: 'Texas Lullaby'] by Tina Leonard7
The Cowboy Soldier's Sons by Tina Leonard8
A Callahan Outlaw's Twins by Tina Leonard9
His Callahan Bride's Baby by Tina Leonard10
Branded by a Callahan by Tina Leonard11
Callahan Cowboy Triplets by Tina Leonard12
A Callahan Christmas Miracle by Tina Leonard13
Her Callahan Family Man by Tina Leonard14
Sweet Callahan Homecoming by Tina Leonard15
The Rebel Cowboy's Quadruplets by Tina Leonard16

Related tags


  1. The Baby Dilemma by Jacqueline Diamond (2012)
  2. The Triplets' First Thanksgiving by Cathy Gillen Thacker (2010)
  3. Surprise — You're a Daddy! by Judy Christenberry (1999)
  4. A Cowboy to Marry by Cathy Gillen Thacker (2011)
  5. Race to the Altar by Judy Duarte (2009)
  6. The Cowboy Meets His Match (Harlequin American Romance) by Roxann Delaney (2014)
  7. Little Matchmakers by Jennifer Greene (2012)
  8. A Baby Under the Tree by Judy Duarte (2011)
  9. Rodeo Daughter by Leigh Duncan (2012)
  10. The Texas Ranger's Twins by Tina Leonard (2009)
  11. Colorado Cowboy by C.C. Coburn (2011)
  12. Rancher's Double Dilemma by Pamela Browning (2002)
  13. Sweet Home Colorado by C.C. Coburn (2013)
  14. Once Upon a Valentine (Harlequin Special Edition/The Hunt for Cinderella) by Allison Leigh (2014)
  15. Cowboy at the Crossroads by Linda Warren (2002)

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