Series: The Falconhurst Series

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Falconhurst Fancy by Kyle OnstottBook 1
Mistress of Falconhurst by Lance HornerBook 2
Mandingo by Kyle OnstottBook 3
Flight to Falconhurst by Lance HornerBook 4
The Mustee by Lance HornerBook 5
Drum by Kyle OnstottBook 6
Master of Falconhurst by Kyle OnstottBook 7
Heir to Falconhurst by Lance HornerBook 8
Taproots of Falconhurst by Ashley CarterBook 9
Scandal of Falconhurst by Ashley CarterBook 10
Miz Lucretia of Falconhurst by Ashley CarterBook 11
Falconhurst Fugitive by Ashley CarterBook 12
Rogue of Falconhurst by Ashley CarterBook 13
Road to Falconhurst by Ashley CarterBook 14

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