Series: Logan's Legacy

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Mother By Design (Lily's Expecting / Rachel's Bundle of Joy / Jenna's Having a Baby) by Susan MalleryPrequel
Take a Chance on Me by Karen Rose Smith
To Love and Protect (Logan's Legacy) by Susan Mallery1
Secrets and Seductions by Pamela Toth2
To Love and Protect / Secrets and Seductions / Rachel's Bundle of Joy by Susan Mallerybooks 1-2
Intimate Surrender by RaeAnne Thayne3
Royal Affair by Laurie Paige3
For Love and Family by Victoria Pade4
The Bachelor by Marie Ferrarella5
A Precious Gift by Karen Rose Smith6
Child of Her Heart (Logan's Legacy) by Cheryl St.John7
The Secret Heir by Gina Wilkins9
The Newlyweds by Elizabeth Bevarly10
Right by Her Side by Christie Ridgway11
The Homecoming by Anne Marie Winston12
The Greatest Risk by Cara Colter13
What a Man Needs by Patricia Thayer14
Undercover Passion by Raye Morgan15
Royal Seduction by Donna Clayton16

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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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