Series: Granger Family Ranch

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The Soldier's Holiday Vow by Jillian Hart1
The Rancher's Promise by Jillian Hart2
His Holiday Bride (Granger Family Ranch Series #3) (Love Inspired #589) by Jillian Hart3
His Country Girl (Granger Family Ranch, Book 4) by Jillian Hart4
Wyoming Sweethearts by Jillian Hart5
Hometown Hearts by Jillian Hart6
Wyoming Summer (The Granger Family Ranch) by Jillian Hart7
Wyoming Wedding Bells (The Granger Family Ranch) (Volume 8) by Jillian Hart8

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  1. Finding Her Way Home by Linda Goodnight (2010)
  2. Klondike Hero by Jillian Hart (2010)
  3. His Little Cowgirl by Brenda Minton (2008)
  4. The Baby Promise (Love Inspired) by Carolyne Aarsen (2010)
  5. Blind-Date Bride (The McKaslin Clan: Series 4, Book 1) by Jillian Hart (2009)
  6. The Nanny's Homecoming (Love Inspired) by Linda Goodnight (2011)
  7. Mistletoe Prayers (The Bodine Family Christmas / The Gingerbread Season) by Marta Perry (2010)
  8. Easter Promises (Desert Rose / Bluegrass Easter) by Lois Richer (2010)
  9. Shelter of Hope (Love Inspired) by Lyn Cote (2010)
  10. Cowboy For Keeps by Debra Clopton (2010)
  11. Anna Meets Her Match (Love Inspired) by Arlene James (2009)
  12. Lone Star Blessings by Bonnie K. Winn (2009)
  13. A Place to Call Home by Kathryn Springer (2010)
  14. Love Lessons by Margaret Daley (2010)
  15. Together for the Holidays by Margaret Daley (2009)

Series description

Come meet the Grangers, of Stowaway Ranch in Wild Horse, Wyoming. Join Dad, Frank Granger, as he watches his five grown kids find true love--and there may even be wedding bells in his future.

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