Series: From Here to Paternity

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Mischief and Marriage by Emma DarcyHP-1815 - Jun 1996
Accidental Mistress by Cathy WilliamsHP-1909 - Sep 1997
The Daddy Deal by Kathleen O'BrienHP-1897 - Jul 1997
Dominic's Child by Catherine SpencerHP-1873 - Mar 1997
Finn's Twins! by Anne McAllisterHP-1890 - Jun 1997
Grounds for Marriage by Daphne ClairHP-1866 - Feb 1997
His Baby! by Sharon KendrickHP-1926 - Dec 1997
Looking after Dad by Elizabeth OldfieldHP-1879 - Apr 1997
Maddie's Love Child by Miranda LeeHP-1884 - May 1997
The Price of a Wife by Helen BrooksHP-1914 - Oct 1997
A Proper Wife by Sandra MartonHP-1860 - Jan 1997
The Unexpected Child by Kate WalkerHP-1921 - Nov 1997
Yesterday's Bride by Alison KellyHP-1903 - Aug 1997

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From Here to Paternity: men who find their way to fatherhood--by fair means, by foul, or even by default!


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