Series: Faerie Tale Romance

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The Mirror & the Magic by Coral Smith Saxe1
The Princess and the Pea by Victoria Alexander2
The Glass Slipper by Linda O. Johnston3
Someone's Been Sleeping in My Bed by Linda Jones4
Once Upon a Tangled Tale by Bronwyn Wolfe5
The Gentle Beast (Faerie Tale Romance) by Colleen Shannon6
Rose Red (Faerie Tale Romance) by Flora Speer7
The Snow Queen by Anne Avery8
The Emperor's New Clothes by Victoria Alexander9
Big Bad Wolf by Linda Jones10
Prince of Kisses (Faerie Tale Romance Series , No 2) by Colleen Shannon11
Let Me Come in by Linda Jones12
Strands of Gold (Faerie Tale Romance) by Kathleen Morgan13
The Steadfast Heart by Colleen Shannon14
Cinderfella (Faerie Tale Romance) by Linda Jones15
Jackie & the Giant by Linda Jones16
The Wild Swans by Kate Holmes17
One Day, My Prince (Faerie Tale Romance) by Linda Jones18
Cooking Up Trouble by Emma Craig19
Into the Woods by Linda Winstead Jones20
Let Down Your Hair (Faerie Tale Romance) by Linda Jones21
DeButy & the Beast (Faerie Tale Romance) by Linda Jones22

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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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