Series: Torey Hope

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For Nicky (Torey Hope #1) by A. D. Ellis1
Because of Beckett (Torey Hope #2) by A. D. Ellis2
Christmas in Torey Hope, A Novella (A Torey Hope Novel Series) by A. D. Ellis3
Loving Josie: A Torey Hope Novel by A. D. Ellis4
A Torey Hope Novel Series: The Complete 4-Book Box Set by A. D. Ellis1-4
Decker (Torey Hope: The Later Years #1) by A. D. EllisThe Later Years 1
Sawyer (Torey Hope: The Later Years #2) by A. D. EllisThe Later Years 2
Kendrick: Torey Hope, The Later Years by A. D. EllisThe Later Years 3
Torey Hope, The Later Years: Decker and Sawyer 2-book box set by A. D. EllisThe Later Years 1 & 2

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Series description

Torey Hope and Torey Hope: The Later Years are two related series in the contemporary romance genre. The books can be read in order or as standalones. Each book focuses on different members of three or four families. These books are sweet and sexy, filled with families you want to belong to, in a town you'll never want to leave. If you like real-life issues, and lovable, believable characters, Torey Hope is for you.


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