Series: Caprice Romance

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Before Love by Gloria D. Miklowitz
Don't Forget to Write by Patsey Gray
Jenny by Natalie Johnson1
Small Town Summer (Caprice Romance) by Carol Ellis2
Dance With a Stranger by Elizabeth Van Steenwyk3
Sunrise by G. C. Wisler7
Cheer Me On! by Judith Enderle11
Color It Love (Caprice Romance) by Amy Lawrence15
Carrie Loves Superman #16 (Caprice Romance) by Gloria D. Miklowitz16
Programmed for Love by Judith Enderle17
A New Love for Lisa, No. 18 (Caprice Romance) by Harriette Sheffer Abels18
Boy Next Door 20 by Wendy Storm20
Too Young to Know by Margaret M. Scariano27
Never Say Never by Ann Boyle33
Cupid Confusion (Caprice Romance, No 44) by Harriette Sheffer Abels44
New Kid in Town by Jean Thesman47
A Good Sport (Caprice Romance, No 62) by Harriette Sheffer Abels62
Ready, Set, Love (Caprice Romance, No 64) by Judith Enderle64
Two Letters for Jenny by Jean Thesman69
The Right Kind of Guy (Caprice Romance, No 72) by Sheary Suiter72
Madly in Love by Amy Lawrence73
Long Distance Romance (Caprice Romance) by Alice Moon76
A Secret Love by Jean Thesman77

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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