Series: Home on the Ranch

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The Texas Way by Jan FreedHRS 676 - Jan 1996
A Match Made in Texas by Ginger ChambersHRS 680 - Feb 1996
Mother in the Making by Ellen JamesHRS 685 - Mar 1996
The Man From Blue River by Judith BowenHRS 689 - Apr 1996
She Caught the Sheriff by Anne Marie DuquetteHRS 700 - July 1996
Texas Standoff by Ruth Alana SmithHRS 707 - Sep 1996
The Truth About Cowboys by Margot EarlyHRS 743 - Jun 1997
In the Arms of the Law by Anne Marie DuquetteHRS 759 - Oct 1997
She's the Sheriff by Anne Marie DuquetteHRS 787 - May 1998
Cottonwood Creek by Margot DaltonHRS 794 - July 1998
The Texan by K. N. CasperHRS 884 - Jan 2000
Montana Legacy by Roxanne RustandHRS 895 - Feb 2000
Cowboy Come Home by Eve GaddyHSR 903 - Mar 2000
That Cowboy's Kids: Home on the Ranch (Harlequin Superromance No. 910) by Debra SalonenHRS 910 - Apr 2000
The First Family of Texas by K. N. CasperHRS 951 - Nov 2000
That Man Matthews by Ann EvansHRS 957 - Dec 2000
A Cowboy for Clementine by Susan FloydHRS 1029 - Dec 2001
Sarah's Legacy by Brenda MottHRS 1037 - Jan 2002
Wide Open Spaces by Roz Denny FoxHRS 1046 - Mar 2002
Cowboy at the Crossroads by Linda WarrenHRS 1075 - Aug 2002
Montana Dreaming by Nadia NicholsHRS 1085 - Sep 2002
Cowgirl, Say Yes by Brenda MottHRS 1127 - Apr 2003
Buffalo Summer by Nadia NicholsHRS 1138 - Jun 2003
What Madeline Wants by Linda StyleHRS 1155 - Sep 2003
A Cowboy Summer by Debra SalonenHRS 1196 - Apr 2004
More Than a Cowboy by Peggy NicholsonHRS 1217 - July 2004
The Last Cowboy Hero by Barbara McMahonHRS 1406 - Mar 2007
Real Cowboys by Roz Denny FoxHRS 1412 - Apr 2007
The Sheriff of Sage Bend by Brenda MottHRS 1430 - July 2007
Make-Believe Mom by Elaine GrantHRS 1445 - Sep 2007
Caitlin's Cowboy by Barbara McMahonHRS 1472 - Feb 2008
The Brother Returns by Jeannie WattHRS 1474 - Feb 2008
Cowboy for Keeps by Brenda MottHRS 1526 - Nov 2008
A Cowboy's Redemption by Jeannie WattHRS 1543 - Feb 2009
No Ordinary Cowboy by Mary SullivanHRS 1570 - Jun 2009
Cowboy Comes Home by Carrie AlexanderHRS 1614 - Feb 2010
A Cowboy's Plan by Mary SullivanHRS 1631 - Apr 2010
Texas Trouble by Kathleen O'BrienHRS 1632 - May 2010
Vegas Two-Step by Liz TalleyHRS 1639 - Jun 2010
The Cowboy Soldier by Roz Denny FoxHRS 1648 - July 2010
This Cowboy's Son by Mary SullivanHRS 1653 - Aug 2010
The Cowboy Collection (3/6-in-1) by Linda WarrenHRS-1474, HRS-1631 & HRS-1653
Maddie Inherits a Cowboy by Jeannie WattHRS 1690 - Feb 2011
Temporary Rancher by Ann EvansHRS 1741 - Nov 2011
Montana Unbranded (Home on the Ranch) by Nadia NicholsHRS 2097 - Sep 2017

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Series description

Home on the Ranch:

Cowboys, ranches, home and family-- stories you won't soon forget.


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