Series: That's My Baby!

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The Cowboy and His Baby by Sherryl WoodsSSE 1009, Feb 1996
Molly Darling by Laurie PaigeSSE 1021, Apr 1996
Happy Father's Day by Barbara FaithSSE 1033, Jun 1996
Of Texas Ladies, Cowboys... and Babies by Jodi O'DonnellSSE 1045, Aug 1996
Mom for Hire (That's My Baby) (Silhouette Special Edition No. 1057) by Victoria PadeSSE 1057, Oct 1996
Christmas Bride by Marie FerrarellaSSE 1069, Dec 1996
Nobody's Baby by Jane ToombsSSE 1081, Feb 1997
What to Do About Baby by Martha HixSSE 1093, Apr 1997
His Daughter's Laughter by Janis Reams HudsonSSE 1105, Jun 1997
Alissa's Miracle (That's My Baby) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1117) by Ginna GraySSE 1117, Aug 1997
He's Got His Daddy's Eyes by Lois Faye DyerSSE 1129, Oct 1997
Texas Baby by Joan Elliott PickartSSE 1141, Dec 1997
Valentine Baby by Gina WilkinsSSE 1153, Feb 1998
Baby on His Doorstep by Diana WhitneySSE 1165, Apr 1998
Little Darlin' (That'S My Baby) (Special Edition , No 1177) by Cheryl ReavisSSE 1177, Jun 1998
The Surprise Baby by Nikki BenjaminSSE 1189, Aug 1998
Father-to-Be by Laurie PaigeSSE 1201, Oct 1998
Their Child by Penny RichardsSSE 1213, Dec 1998
Baby, Our Baby! by Patricia ThayerSSE 1225, Feb 1999
Baby Love by Victoria PadeSSE 1249, Jun 1999
I Now Pronounce You Mom & Dad by Diana WhitneySSE 1261, Aug 1999
Surprise Delivery by Susan MallerySSE 1273, Oct 1999
Baby Boy Blessed by Arlene JamesSSE 1285, Dec 1999
Beginning with Baby by Christie RidgwaySSE 1315, Apr 2000
The Baby Quilt by Christine FlynnSSE 1327, Jun 2000
When Baby Was Born (That'S My Baby!) (Special Edition, 1339) by Jodi O'DonnellSSE 1339, Aug 2000
Bachelor's Baby Promise by Barbara McMahonSSE 1351, Oct 2000

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  1. A Montana Mavericks Christmas (Married in Whitehorn / Born in Whitehorn) by Karen Hughes (1999)
  2. Natural Born Lawman by Sherryl Woods (1998)
  3. Sarah's Child (Hqn Romance) by Linda Howard (1985)
  4. Montana Lawman by Allison Leigh (2002)
  5. Maggie's Dad by Diana Palmer (1995)
  6. Mother Nature'S Hidden Agenda (Harlequin Special Edition) by Kate Freiman (1997)
  7. The Long Way Home (Silhouette Special Edition, 1245) by Cheryl Reavis (1999)
  8. A Gentle Feuding by Johanna Lindsey (1983)
  9. The Man for Her by Ann Evans (1997)
  10. Right by Her Side (Logan's Legacy) by Christie Ridgway (2004)
  11. Ooh Baby, Baby by Diana Whitney (1997)
  12. The Cowboy and the New Year's Baby by Sherryl Woods (1999)
  13. Mackenzie's Mountain by Linda Howard (1989)
  14. New Bride in Town by Amy Frazier (1996)
  15. The Pride of Jared MacKade by Nora Roberts (1995)

Series description

THAT'S MY BABY! Sometimes bringing up baby can bring surprises... and showers of love!


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