Series: Welcome to Redemption

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A Fair of the Heart (Welcome To Redemption) by Donna Marie RogersBook 1
A Fair to Remember (Welcome To Redemption) by Stacey Joy NetzelBook 2
The Perfect Blend (Welcome To Redemption Book 3) by Donna Marie RogersBook 3
Grounds for Change (Welcome to Redemption, #4) by Stacey Joy NetzelBook 4
Sugar and Sin: The Sexy Seven [Box Set 7-in-1] by Nana MaloneBook 4
The Heart of the Matter (Welcome to Redemption, #6) by Stacey Joy NetzelBook 6
Romance Super Bundle II: Second Chances (Box Set 11-in-1) by Dale Mayerbooks 3 & 6
Never Let Me Go (Welcome To Redemption) by Donna Marie RogersBook 7
Hold On To Me (Welcome To Redemption) by Stacey Joy NetzelBook 8
Welcome to Redemption Volume I: A Fair of the Heart, A Fair to Remember (Volume 1) by Stacey Joy NetzelOmnibus 1-2
Welcome to Redemption Volume III: Home Is Where the Heart Is, The Heart of the Matter (Volume 3) by Stacey Joy NetzelOmnibus 5-6
Welcome To Redemption: Series Collection (Books 1-6) by Stacey Joy NetzelOmnibus 1-6

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