Series: The Reed Brothers

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Tall, Tatted and Tempting (The Reed Brothers, #1) by Tammy Falkner1
Smart, Sexy and Secretive (The Reed Brothers, #2) by Tammy Falkner2
Just Jelly Beans and Jealousy (The Reed Brothers, #2.5) by Tammy Falkner2.5
Calmly, Carefully, Completely (The Reed Brothers, #3) by Tammy Falkner3
Finally Finding Faith (The Reed Brothers, #3.5) by Tammy Falkner3.5
Beautiful Bride (The Reed Brothers, #5.6) by Tammy Falkner3.6
Maybe Matt's Miracle (The Reed Brothers, #4) by Tammy Falkner4
Proving Paul's Promise (The Reed Brothers, #5) by Tammy Falkner5
Only One (The Reed Brothers, #5.5) by Tammy Falkner5.5
Reagan's Revenge and Ending Emily's Engagement (The Reed Brothers, #3.6) by Tammy Falkner6
Christmas with the Reeds (The Reed Brothers, #6.5) by Tammy Falkner6.5
Good Girl Gone (The Reed Brothers, #7) by Tammy Falkner7
While We Waited (The Reed Brothers, #8) by Tammy Falkner8
Holding Her Hand (Reed Brothers) (Volume 15) by Tammy Falkner9

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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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