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44 Cranberry Point
 -by Debbie Macomber

Peggy Beldon
Thyme and Tide B and B
44 Cranberry Point
Cedar Grove, Washington

Dear Read... Read More

   
A Cold Creek Homecoming
 -by RaeAnne Thayne

A book in the Cowboys of Cold Creek series.
Fifteen years later, Quinn Southerland still hadn't forgiven Tess Claybourne... Read More

   
A Heartless Marriage
 -by Helen Brooks

Marriage on trial!
From playboy lover...
When gorgeous millionaire Raoul de Chevnair chose Leigh Wilson as his br... Read More

   
A Holiday of Love
 -by Judith McNaught
A romance anthology includes four holiday short stories that feature the historical and contemporary works of Judith McNaught, Jud... Read More

   
A Kingdom of Dreams
 -by Judith McNaught

Jennifer Merrick is a feisty Scottish Countess in the 15th century. She is abducted from her convent school by Royce Westmorela... Read More

   
A Knight in Shining Armor
 -by Jude Deveraux

Abandoned by a cruel fate, lovely, thoroughly modern Dougless Montgomery lay weeping upon a cold tombstone in an English church... Read More

   
A Little Bit Wicked
 -by Victoria Alexander
Who will be the last unmarried man standing?

No man in his right mind would want to ge... Read More

   
A Man To Call My Own
 -by Johanna Lindsey

After the sudden death of their father, Marian and Amanda Laton must leave their New England home and travel to their aunt's Te... Read More

   
A Rake's Vow
 -by Stephanie Laurens

He vowed he'd never marry:
Vane Cynster always knew which way the wind was blowing, and it was headed i... Read More

   
A Rogue's Proposal
 -by Stephanie Laurens

Demon Cynster has seen love bring his brethren to their knees, and he's vowed that he will not share their fate... Read More



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