Series: Kentucky Brides

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Into the Deep (Heartsong Presents #695) by Lauralee Bliss1
Where the River Flows (Kentucky Brides Series #2) (Heartsong Presents #700) by Irene B. Brand2
Moving the Mountain (Kentucky Brides Series #3) (Heartsong Presents #703) by Yvonne Lehman3
Kentucky Brides (Into the Deep / Where the River Flows / Moving the Mountain) by Lauralee Blissbooks 1-3

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  1. Maryland Brides (Love's Denial / The Ruse / Vera's Turn for Love) by Tamela Hancock Murray (2007)
  2. Wyoming Brides (Protecting Amy / The Oregon Escort / Wyoming Hoofbeats) by Susan Page Davis (2008)
  3. Virginia Brides (Spoke of Love / Spinning Out of Control / Weaving a Future) by Cathy Marie Hake (2006)
  4. Tennessee Weddings (With a Mother's Heart / Listening to Her Heart / Secondhand Heart) by Joyce Livingston (2007)
  5. Blue Ridge Brides (The Music of Home / Journey to Love / Corduroy Road to Love) by Lauralee Bliss (2007)
  6. Oregon Brides (But for Grace/ Everlasting Hope/ Beside Still Waters) by Tracey V. Bateman (2006)
  7. San Diego (Love is Patient / Love is Kind / Love Worth Finding / Love Worth Keeping) by Cathy Marie Hake (2006)
  8. Arizona Brides: Three New Loves Blossom in the Old West [Omnibus] by Carol Cox (2005)
  9. Kentucky Chances (Last Chance / Chance of a Lifetime / Chance Adventure) by Cathy Marie Hake (2005)
  10. Colorado Weddings (A Winning Match / Downhill / The Wedding Planner) by Joyce Livingston (2006)
  11. Nebraska Legacy (Mail Order Husband / Temporary Husband / Kiowa Husband / Renegade Husband) by DiAnn Mills (2005)
  12. New York Brides: Heart Appearances/A Gentle Fragrance/A Bridge Across the Sea (Inspirational Romance Collection) by Pamela Griffin (2008)
  13. Maine Brides: The Prisoner's Wife/The Castaway's Bride/The Lumberjack's Lady (Inspirational Romance Collection) by Susan Page Davis (2008)
  14. Massachusetts Brides (Michaela's Choice / Rebecca's Heart / Adam's Bride) by Lisa Harris (2006)
  15. The Tender Heart by Kristy Dykes (2003)

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