Series: Sedikhan

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The Golden Barbarian by Iris Johansen1
The Golden Valkyrie by Iris Johansen2
The Trustworthy Redhead by Iris Johansen3
The Golden Valkyrie [and] The Trustworthy Redhead by Iris JohansenOmnibus 2-3
Capture the Rainbow by Iris Johansen4
Touch the Horizon by Iris Johansen5
A Summer Smile (Loveswept) by Iris Johansen6
And the Desert Blooms by Iris Johansen7
Always by Iris Johansen8
Everlasting by Iris Johansen9
Till the End of Time by Patti Berg10
Last Bridge Home by Iris Johansen11
Star Light, Star Bright by Iris Johansen13
Man From Half Moon Bay by Iris Johansen14
Blue Skies and Shining Promises by Iris Johansen15
Magnificent Folly by Iris Johansen16
Notorious by Iris Johansen17
A Tough Man to Tame by Iris Johansen18

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