Series: Patton's Daughters

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The Woman in Blue by Janice Kay JohnsonHSR 854 - Book 1
The Baby and the Badge by Janice Kay JohnsonHSR 860 - Book 2
A Message for Abby by Janice Kay JohnsonHSR 866 - Book 3
Born in a Small Town [Anthology 3-in-1] by Debbie Macomber"Promise Me Picket Fences" [ss] in HSR 936 - Book 4
Patton's Daughters [2-in-1] by Janice Kay JohnsonOmnibus Books 1 & 2

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  1. First Born Son by Muriel Jensen (1999)
  2. Dream Baby by Ann Evans (1999)
  3. Birthright by Judith Arnold (2000)
  4. Family Secrets by Ruth Jean Dale (1999)
  5. Jack Murray, Sheriff by Janice Kay Johnson (2000)
  6. Taking a Chance : Under One Roof (Harlequin Superromance No. 1140) by Janice Kay Johnson (2003)
  7. Family Men: Daddy's Little Helper / Because of the Baby by Debbie Macomber (2000)
  8. His Partner's Wife by Janice Kay Johnson (2001)
  9. A Man I Used to Know by Margot Dalton (1999)
  10. The Secret Daughter by Roz Denny Fox (2003)
  11. His Brother's Bride by Judith Bowen (1999)
  12. Temporary Wife by Joan Kilby (1999)
  13. Found, One Son: Finders Keepers (Harlequin Superromance No. 856) by Judith Arnold (1999)
  14. SEAL It with a Kiss by Rogenna Brewer (1999)
  15. It Happened in Texas by Darlene Graham (1998)

Series description


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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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