Series: Glass Slipper Brides

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The Captain's Christmas Family by Deborah HaleBook 1
The Baron's Governess Bride by Deborah HaleBook 2
The Earl's Honorable Intentions by Deborah HaleBook 3
The Duke's Marriage Mission (Love Inspired HistoricalGlass Slipper Brides) by Deborah HaleBook 4
The Gentleman's Bride Search by Deborah HaleBook 5

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  1. The Wedding Journey by Cheryl St.John (2012)
  2. Mail-Order Holiday Brides (Home for Christmas / Snowflakes for Dry Creek) by Jillian Hart (2012)
  3. The Christmas Journey (Love Inspired Historical) by Winnie Griggs (2009)
  4. Wooing the Schoolmarm (Love Inspired Historical) by Dorothy Clark (2012)
  5. The Matrimony Plan by Christine Johnson (2011)
  6. The Earl's Mistaken Bride by Abby Gaines (2011)
  7. The Unlikely Wife (Love Inspired Historical) by Debra Ullrick (2012)
  8. Highland Hearts (Love Inspired Historical) by Eva Maria Hamilton (2012)
  9. A Proper Companion (Love Inspired Historical) by Louise M. Gouge (2012)
  10. Engaging the Earl (Love Inspired Historical) by Mandy Goff (2012)
  11. Heartland Wedding (After the Storm: The Founding Years, Book 2) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical #49) by Renee Ryan (2010)
  12. The Runaway Bride (Love Inspired Historical) by Noelle Marchand (2012)
  13. An Honorable Gentleman by Regina Scott (2011)
  14. The Rancher's Courtship by Laurie Kingery (2011)
  15. Hearts in Flight (Love Inspired Historical) by Patty Smith Hall (2011)

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