Series: Billionaire Bachelors Series

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The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne1
The Billionaire's Dance (Billionaire Bachelors, #2) by Melody Anne2
The Billionaire Falls: Billionaire Bachelors by Melody Anne3
Billionaire Bachelors: Lucas, Alex, Mark (Billionaire Bachelors, #1-3) by Melody AnneOmnibus 1-3
The Billionaire's Marriage Proposal by Melody Anne4
Blackmailing the Billionaire (Billionaire Bachelors, #5) by Melody Anne5
Runaway Heiress (Billionaire Bachelors, #6) by Melody Anne6
The Billionaire's Final Stand (Billionaire Bachelors, #7) by Melody Anne7
Billionaire Bachelors Part Two: Trenton, Max, Bree, Austin (Billionaire Bachelors, #4-7) by Melody AnneOmnibus 4-7
Unexpected Treasure by Melody Anne8
Hidden Treasure (The Lost Andersons, #2) by Melody Anne9
Holiday Treasure (The Lost Andersons, #3) by Melody Anne10
Hot, Sexy & Bad (Box Set 8-in-1) by Melody Anne"Holiday Treasure", # 10

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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