Series: Sweet Christmas Kisses

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Sweet Christmas Kisses [14-in-1 collection] by Donna Fasano1
Sweet Christmas Kisses 2: Nineteen Heartwarming Holiday Romances by Mona Risk2
Sweet Christmas Kisses 3: A Bundle of 17 Wholesome Holiday Romances by Mona Risk3
Sweet Christmas Kisses 4 by Mona Risk4

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14 in 1(2) 17 in 1(1) 19 in 1(1) anthology(2) Army Doctor's Baby series(1) attraction(1) box set(4) By Christmas / Kristin Wallace -- Almost Perfect Christmas / Donna Fasano -- Mistletoe in Maine / Ginny Baird -- Army Doctor's Baby / Helen Scott Taylor -- Stormy Times / Beate Boeker -- The Christmas Promise / Melinda Curtis -- Merry Christmas Darling / (1) Christmas(6) Christmas fiction(1) Christmas Papa / Mona RIsk -- Gingerbread Kisses / Beate Boeker -- Boycotting Christmas / Melinda Curtis -- / Denise Devine -- An Angel for Christmas / Raine English -- The Cowboy's Christmas / Aileen Fish -- Lucky Break Christmas(1) clean(1) contemporary romance(1) Covington Falls Chronicles series(1) ebook(4) ebook-owned(1) emotional(1) emotions(1) fiction(3) grief(1) grieving(1) hang ups(1) Holiday Brides series(1) intense(1) Kindle(3) love(1) multiple authors(4) nook(4) Ocean City Boardwalk series(1) On Christmas Eve / Mona Risk -- Christmas Holly / Christine Bush -- Mistletoe and Sage / Lyn Cote -- A Merry Little Christmas / Denise Devine -- The Christmas Gift / Raine English -- Untangling Christmas / Shanne Hatfield -- A Miracle Mountain Christmas /(1) read in 2017(1) romance(7) Salterwater Key(1) Second Honeymoon / Patricia Forsythe -- Beach walk / Grace Greene -- An Irish Christmas Blessing / Roxanne Rustand -- Christmas Wedding / Magdalena Scott -- Finding you at Christmas / Kristin Wallace -- Christmas Laurel / Christine Bush -- / Shanna Hatfie(1) Serendipity Indiana series(1) set(1) Small Town Sweethearts series(1) sweet(1) to-read(2)



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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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