Series: De Piaget

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Another Chance to Dream by Lynn Kurland1
If I had you by Lynn Kurland2
A Time for Love by Lynn Kurland 1, 2
Dreams of Stardust by Lynn Kurland3
When I Fall in Love by Lynn Kurland4
The Christmas Cat (My True Love Gave to Me/ A Gift of Light/ Home for the Holidays/ The Gift of Christmas Past) by Julie Beard5
Love Came Just in Time by Lynn Kurland5.5
One Enchanted Evening by Lynn Kurland6
This is all I ask by Lynn Kurland7
The More I See You by Lynn Kurland8
From This Moment On by Lynn Kurland9
To Kiss in the Shadows : A Novella of the de Piaget Family by Lynn Kurland9.2
Tapestry [Anthology] by Lynn Kurland Short Story "To Kiss in the Shadows"
Stardust of Yesterday by Lynn Kurland10
Till There Was You by Lynn Kurland11
All for You by Lynn Kurland13
One Magic Moment by Lynn Kurland13
Dreams of Lilacs by Lynn Kurland14
Stars in Your Eyes by Lynn Kurland15

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