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Clan MacLeod - St John's Series #3 - cover

Clan MacLeod - St John's Series #3

Prudence Macleod

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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The effects of the MacLeod Method of personal relationships are moving beyond the MacLeod home, as their gentle influence continues to guide and strengthen those who cross their paths.  Old friends and new are finding true loving companionship and discovering that time no longer has meaning in the loves of Clan MacLeod. 

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