Series: Forever, Texas

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The Sheriff's Christmas Surprise by Marie Ferrarella1
Ramona and the Renegade (Harlequin American Romance) by Marie Ferrarella2
The Doctor's Forever Family by Marie Ferrarella3
Lassoing the Deputy by Marie Ferrarella4
A Baby on the Ranch [with bonus book: 'Ramona and the Renegade'] by Marie Ferrarellabooks 5 & 2
A Forever Christmas by Marie Ferrarella6
His Forever Valentine by Marie Ferrarella7
A Small Town Thanksgiving by Marie Ferrarella8
The Cowboy's Christmas Surprise by Marie Ferrarella9
Her Forever Cowboy by Marie Ferrarella10
Cowboy for Hire (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella11
Christmas Cowboy Duet (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella12
Harlequin American Romance December 2014 Box Set [4-in-1] by Cathy Gillen Thacker"Christmas Cowboy Duet", 12
The Cowboy and the Lady (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella13
Her Mistletoe Cowboy (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella14
The Cowboy and the Baby (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella15
The Rancher and the Baby (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella16
Twins on the Doorstep (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella17
A Baby for Christmas (Forever, Texas) by Marie Ferrarella18

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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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