Series: Love Unexpected

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Perfect Partners by Carly PhillipsJuly 1999
Heroes & Heartbreakers (Box set 5-in-1) by Barbara Freethy"Perfect Partners", # 1
The Right Choice by Carly PhillipsAug 2000
Sinfully Sweet (Box Set 6-in-1) by Janelle Denison"The Right Choice", # 2
Solitary Man by Carly PhillipsDec 2000
Truly Madly Deeply (Box Set 3-in-1) by Carly PhillipsOmnibus 1-3
Midnight Angel [novella] by Carly PhillipsOct 2004
Holiday Heat (Box Set 4-in-1) by Janelle Denison"Midnight Angel", # 4

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Series description

*From Author Website

I've bundled my older books, Perfect Partners, The Right Choice, Solitary Man and Midnight Angel together in a series called, "Love Unexpected".

For those of you who have read these books before, there is no change except for the covers. For those who are new to these books, Perfect Partners, The Right Choice, Solitary Man, and Midnight Angel early in my career. These books have been hard to find for almost a decade. Please note, no changes have been made in content from the time the books were written. As an author, I have grown and changed, but these stories hold a very special place in my heart. I'm thrilled to be able to share them with you now.

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