Series: Yukon Quest

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Treasures of the North by Tracie Peterson1
Ashes and Ice (Yukon Quest #2) by Tracie Peterson2
Rivers of Gold by Tracie Peterson3
Yukon Quest (Treasures of the North / Ashes and Ice / Rivers of Gold) by Tracie PetersonOmnibus 1 - 3

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  1. City of Angels (Shannon Saga, Book 1) by James Scott Bell (1605)
  2. Summer of the Midnight Sun by Tracie Peterson (2006)
  3. Distant Dreams (Ribbons of Steel) by Judith Pella (1996)
  4. Shadows of the Canyon (Desert Roses #1) by Tracie Peterson (2002)
  5. Ruby by Lauraine Snelling (2003)
    Same series: Pearl, Opal (Dakotah Treasures)
  6. Written on the Wind by Judith Pella (2001)
  7. The Measure of a Lady by Deeanne Gist (2006)
  8. The Meeting Place by T. Davis Bunn (1999)
  9. The Yukon Queen by Gilbert Morris (1995)
  10. The Rose Legacy by Kristen Heitzmann (2000)
  11. The Rescue (The English Garden Series #2) by Lori Wick (2002)
  12. Every Little Thing About You by Lori Wick (1999)
  13. Moonlight on the Millpond (Tucker Mills Trilogy, Book 1) by Lori Wick (2005)
  14. The Postcard by Beverly Lewis (1999)
  15. Candle in the Darkness by Lynn Austin (2002)

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