Series: The Bayview Heights Trilogy

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Cop of the Year (Bayview Heights Trilogy) by Kathryn Shaybook 1
Cop of the Year (kindle: Beginnings: Six Series Starters) by Kathryn Shaybook 1
Cop of the Year (kindle: in The Bayview Heights Trilogy) by Kathryn Shaybook 1
Heart Stealers (Box Set 4-in-1) by Julie Ortolon"Cop of the Year", # 1
Beginnings: Six Series Starters (Box Set 6-in-1) by Kathryn Shay"Cop of the Year", # 1
Because It's Christmas by Kathryn Shaybook 2
Because It's Christmas (kindle: in The Bayview Heights Trilogy) by Kathryn Shay2
Count on Me by Kathryn Shaybook 3
The Bayview Heights Trilogy (3-in-1) by Kathryn ShayOmnibus 1-3

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Series description

Bayview Heights has one of the best educational systems in the state, but they have their problems, too. Gangs are encroaching from the city, the town newspaper is criticizing them, and an angry board member objects to some innovative classes. These issues frame three intense romances where teachers must overcome personal issues as well as professional ones.

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