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Kaleb (Alluring Indulgence, #1) by Nicole EdwardsBook 1
Zane (Alluring Indulgence, #2) by Nicole EdwardsBook 2
Travis (Alluring Indulgence, #3) by Nicole EdwardsBook 3
Holidays with the Walker Brothers (Alluring Indulgence) by Nicole EdwardsBook 4
Ethan (Alluring Indulgence, #5) by Nicole Edwardsbook 5
Braydon (Alluring Indulgence, #6) by Nicole EdwardsBook 6
Sawyer (Alluring Indulgence Book 7) by Nicole EdwardsBook 7
Brendon (Alluring Indulgence, #8) by Nicole EdwardsBook 8
Curtis (Alluring Indulgence, #8.5) by Nicole EdwardsBook 8.5

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  4. Own the Wind by Kristen Ashley (1600)
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  5. Rock the Band by Michelle A. Valentine (2013)
  6. Avoiding Intimacy by K. A. Linde (2013)
  7. Surrender Your Love (Surrender Your Love, #1) by J. C. Reed (2013)
  8. Wanted (B&S, #2) by Kimberly Knight (2013)
  9. Backstage Pass: Sinners on Tour (The Sinners on Tour) by Olivia Cunning (2010)
  10. Connected (Connections, #1) by Kim Karr (2013)
  11. Rock With Me by Kristen Proby (2013)
  12. Beat of the Heart (Runaway Train, #2) by Katie Ashley (2013)
  13. Driven (Driven, #1) by K. Bromberg (2013)
  14. Reaper's Legacy (Reapers MC, #2) by Joanna Wylde (2014)
  15. The Gamble by Kristen Ashley (2011)

Series description

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Alluring Indulgence Resort is an exclusive, by invitation only, resort that caters to the erotic indulgences of its guests. With four hundred thousand square feet of space, AI offers its guests luxury in its most carnal form. AI is the brain child of Travis Walker, the oldest of the seven Walker brothers. AI is currently in the building phase and more will be provided as soon as construction is completed.

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