Series: New Mexico Sunrise

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A Place to Belong (Heartsong Presents #19) by Janelle Jamison1
Perfect Love by Janelle Jamison2
Tender Journeys by Janelle Jamison3
The Willing Heart by Janelle Jamison4
New Mexico Sunrise (A Place to Belong / Perfect Love / Tender Journeys / The Willing Heart) by Tracie PetersonOmnibus 1-4

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  1. New Mexico Sunset (The Heart's Calling / Forever Yours / Angel's Cause / Come Away, My Love) by Tracie Peterson (2001)
  2. Sagebrush Brides: Love Rules the Ranch (Cross My Heart / Journey Toward Home / The Measure of a Man / Season of Hope) by Carol Cox (1998)
  3. Schoolhouse Brides (Dear Teacher / Prairie Schoolmarm / Reluctant Schoolmarm / School Bells and Wedding Bells) by Yvonne Lehman (1964)
  4. Colorado Wings (A Wing and a Prayer / Wings Like Eagles / Wings of the Dawn / A Gift of Wings) by Tracie Peterson (2000)
  5. Florida (A Place to Call Home / Treasure of the Keys / What Love Remembers / Summer Place) by Eileen M. Berger (1998)
  6. Wildflower Brides (The Wedding Wagon / A Bride for the Preacher / Murder or Matrimony / Bride in the Valley) by Cathy Marie Hake (2002)
  7. Prairie Brides (The Bride's Song / The Barefoot Bride / A Homesteader, A Bride and a Baby / A Vow Unbroken) by Linda Ford (2000)
  8. Dear Miss Lonely Heart (Hope Deferred / Wait for Me / Mission: Marriage / I Do Too) by Aisha Ford (2002)
  9. Heirloom Brides (Button String Bride/ Wedding Quilt Bride/ Bayside Bride/ Persistent Bride) by Cathy Marie Hake (2001)
  10. Alaska (A Light in the Window / Destiny's Road / Iditarod Dream / Christmas Dream) by Tracie Peterson (1984)
  11. Winter Wishes (Dear Jane / Language of Love / Candlelight of Christmas / Love Renewed) by Yvonne Lehman (1999)
  12. Tucson (Sonoran Sunrise / Sonoran Star / Sonoran Sweetheart / Sonoran Secret) by Nancy J. Farrier (2003)
  13. Distant Dreams by Judith Pella (1996)
  14. California (Golden Dreams / A Gift from Above / Better Than Friends / To Truly See) by Kathleen Yapp (2001)
  15. Dakota (Dakota Dawn / Dakota Dream / Dakota Dusk / Dakota Destiny) by Lauraine Snelling (1996)

Series description

Stories in this series precede those in the "New Mexico Sunset" series.

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