Series: Crown and Glory

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The Princess Is Pregnant! by Laurie Paige1
The Princess And The Duke (Crown And Glory) (Silhouette Special Edition) by Allison Leigh2
Royal Protocol by Christine Flynn3
Her Royal Husband by Cara Colter4
The Princess Has Amnesia! by Patricia Thayer5
Searching for Her Prince by Karen Rose Smith6
The Royal Treatment by Maureen Child7
Taming the Prince by Elizabeth Bevarly8
Royally Pregnant by Barbara McCauley9

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  1. Secret-Agent Sheik (Romancing The Crown) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No. 1142) by Linda Winstead Jones (2002)
  2. A Prince at Last! by Cathie Linz (2002)
  3. Willow in Bloom by Victoria Pade (2002)
  4. Once a Father by Marie Ferrarella (2002)
  5. Prince and Future...Dad? by Christine Rimmer (2003)
  6. Marrying Molly by Christine Rimmer (2004)
  7. Born a Hero by Paula Detmer Riggs (2001)
  8. The Sheikh's Bidding by Kristi Gold (2003)
  9. Terms Of Surrender: Dynasties: The Danforths (Silhouette Desire) by Shirley Rogers (2004)
  10. The Prince & the Pregnant Princess by Susan Mallery (2002)
  11. Expecting the Sheikh's Baby by Kristi Gold (2003)
  12. Come Home Forever by Jan McDaniel (1997)
  13. The Pregnant Heiress by Eileen Wilks (2001)
  14. The Royal MacAllister by Joan Elliott Pickart (2002)
  15. Cordina's Crown Jewel by Nora Roberts (2002)

Series description

CROWN AND GLORY: Where royalty and romance go hand in hand.


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