Series: Road to Avonlea

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The Journey Begins (Road to Avonlea #1) by Dennis Adair1
The Journey Begins / The Story Girl Earns Her Name by Dennis Adair1 & 2
The Story Girl Earns Her Name by Heather Conkie2
Song of the Night (Road to Avonlea #3) by Fiona McHugh3
The Materializing of Duncan McTavish (Road to Avonlea #4) by Heather Conkie4
Song of the Night / The Materializing of Duncan McTavish by Fiona McHugh3 & 4
Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's by Fiona McHugh5
Conversions by Gail Hamilton6
Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's / Conversions by Fiona McHugh5 & 6
Aunt Abigail's Beau by Amy Jo Cooper7
Aunt Abigail's Beau / Malcolm and the Baby by Amy Jo Cooper7 & 8
Malcolm and the Baby by Heather Conkie8
Felicity's Challenge by Gail Hamilton9
Felicity's Challenge / Hope chest of Arabella King by Gail Hamilton9 & 10
The Hope Chest of Arabella King by Linda Zwicker10
Nothing Endures But Change by Gail Hamilton11
Nothing Endures But Change / Sara's Homecoming by Gail Hamilton11 & 12
Sara's Homecoming by Heather Conkie12
Aunt Hetty's Ordeal (Road to Avonlea #13) by Gail Hamilton13
Aunt Hetty's Ordeal / Of Corsets and Secrets and True, True Love by Fiona McHugh14
Old Quarrels, Old Love by Heather Conkie15
Family Rivalry by Gail Hamilton16
May the Best Man Win by Gail Hamilton17
Dreamer of Dreams by Heather Conkie18
It's Just a Stage by Amy Jo Cooper19
Misfits and Miracles by Linda Zwicker20
The Ties That Bind by Heather Conkie21
Felix and Blackie by Heather Conkie22
But When She Was Bad, She Was Horrid by Marlene Matthews23
Double Trouble by Marlene Matthews24
A Dark and Stormy Night by Gail Hamilton25
Friends and Relations by Heather Conkie26
Vows of Silence (Road to Avonlea #27) by Gail Hamilton27
The Calamitous Courting of Hetty King (Road to Avonlea #28) by Fiona McHugh28
Old Friends, Old Wounds (Road to Avonlea #29) by Heather Conkie29

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