Series: Morgan's Mercenaries IV: Maverick Hearts

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Man of Passion by Lindsay McKennaBook 1
A Man Alone by Lindsay McKennaBook 2
Man with a Mission by Lindsay McKennaBook 3

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  1. The Heart's Command [Anthology 3-in-1] by Rachel Lee (2002)
  2. Woman of Innocence [and] Her Healing Touch by Lindsay McKenna (2002)
  3. The Enemy's Daughter by Linda Turner (2001)
  4. Night Watch (Tall, Dark & Dangerous, Book 11) by Suzanne Brockmann (2003)
  5. Marine Under the Mistletoe by Maureen Child (1999)
  6. Royal's Child by Sharon Sala (1999)
  7. Twice in a Lifetime by Merline Lovelace (2001)
  8. The Return of Rafe MacKade by Nora Roberts (1995)
  9. The Strong Silent Type by Marie Ferrarella (2004)
  10. The Prince's Wedding (Romancing the Crown) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No. 1190) by Justine Davis (2002)
  11. One of These Nights by Justine Davis (2003)
  12. Mackenzie's Mountain by Linda Howard (1989)
  13. Mackenzie's Mission by Linda Howard (1992)
  14. Murdock's Last Stand by Beverly Barton (2000)
  15. The Listener by Kay David (2001)

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