|1||Aiken, Joan||The Five-Minute Marriage||WAR-1||Feb-1979||3.5|
|2||Faire, Zabrina||Lady Blue||WAR-2||Apr-1979||3.5|
|4||Kearny, Jillian||Agent of Love||WAR-4||Jun-1979||5|
|5||Wakefield, Maureen||Accessory to Love||WAR-5||Jul-1979||3|
|6||Faire, Zabrina||The Midnight Match||WAR-6||Sep-1979||3|
|7||Faire, Zabrina||The Romany Rebel||WAR-7||Oct-1979||3.5|
|8||Faire, Zabrina||Enchanting Jenny||WAR-8||Nov-1979||2.5|
|9||Matthews, Laura||The Seventh Suitor||WAR-9||Dec-1979||5|
|10||Aiken, Joan||The Smile of the Stranger||WAR-10||Oct-1981||4|
|11||Ashford, Jane||Gwendeline // Earl to the Rescue||WAR-11||Feb-1980||4|
|12||Faire, Zabrina||The Wicked Cousin||WAR-12||Jan-1980||2.5|
|13||Davison, Juliana||The Pink Phaeton||WAR-13||Jan-1980||5|
|15||Matthews, Laura||The Aim of a Lady||WAR-15||Jun-1980||4.5|
|16||Davison, Juliana||Velvet Ribbons||WAR-16||Jan-1980||5|
|17||Faire, Zabrina||Athena's Airs||WAR-17||Aug-1980||2.5|
|18||Davison, Juliana||Petals of the Rose||WAR-18||Sep-1980||5|
|19||Ashford, Jane||Bluestocking // Last Gentleman Standing||WAR-19||Sep-1980||3.5|
|20||Matthews, Laura||Lord Clayborne's Fancy||WAR-20||Nov-1980||4|
|21||Faire, Zabrina||Bold Pursuit||WAR-21||Nov-1980||2.5|
|22||Matthews, Laura||A Baronet's Wife||WAR-22||Jan-1981||5|
|23||Faire, Zabrina||Pretty Kitty||WAR-23||Jan-1981||3.5|
|24||Matthews, Laura||Holiday in Bath||WAR-24||Mar-1981||4|
|25||Ashford, Jane||Man of Honour||WAR-25||Mar-1981||3|
|26||Kearny, Jillian||Love's Claimant||WAR-26||Apr-1981||5|
|28||Faire, Zabrina||Tiffany's True Love||WAR-28||Jun-1981||2|
|29||Davison, Juliana||Countess by Contract||WAR-29||Jul-1981||0|
|30||Dunn, Carola||Toblethorpe Manor||WAR-30||Sep-1981||4.5|
|31||Faire, Zabrina||Pretender to Love||WAR-31||1981||2|
|32||Ashford, Jane||Rivals of Fortune||WAR-32||Oct-1981||2|
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