Series: Paranormal Protection Agency

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Hard as a Rock (Paranormal Protection Agency, #1) by Mina Carter1
Between a Rock and A Hard Place (Paranormal Protection Agency, #2) by Mina Carter2
Protect and Service (Paranormal Protection Agency) by Mina Carter3
Seduced by Santa (Paranormal Protection Agency, #4) by Mina Carter4
Close Protection by Mina Carter5
Dragon's Honor (Paranormal Protection Agency, #6) by Mina Carter6
Paranormal Nights Vol. 1 by Celia Kyle"Dragon's Honor", # 6
Dragon's Chase (Paranormal Protection Agency #7) by Mina Carter7
Gathering Darkness: A Paranormal Romance Collection by Sharon Kay"Dragon's Chase", # 7
Santa's Naughty List (Paranormal Protection Agency, #8) by Mina Carter8
One Night with the Demon Prince by Mina Carter9
What the Sleigh? (Paranormal Christmas Elves / Shapeshifter Romance) (Paranormal Protection Agency Book 10) by Mina Carter10
Paranormal Protection Agency: Volume 1 by Mina CarterOmnibus 1-5
Paranormal Protection Agency: Volume 2 (Paranormal Protection Agency, #6-7) by Mina CarterBox Set 6-7

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