Series: Bridal Pleasures

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A Duke's Temptation by Jillian Hunter1
A Bride Unveiled by Jillian Hunter2
The Duchess Diaries by Jillian Hunter3

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  1. The Devilish Pleasures of a Duke by Jillian Hunter (2007)
  2. Ravishing in Red by Madeline Hunter (2010)
  3. The Truth About Lord Stoneville by Sabrina Jeffries (2009)
  4. A Beginner's Guide to Rakes by Suzanne Enoch (2011)
  5. A Seduction at Christmas by Cathy Maxwell (2008)
  6. The Surrender of Miss Fairbourne by Madeline Hunter (2012)
  7. Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue by Stephanie Laurens (2011)
  8. When Harry Met Molly by Kieran Kramer (2010)
  9. His Mistress by Christmas by Victoria Alexander (2011)
  10. The Heir by Grace Burrowes (2010)
  11. How I Met My Countess by Elizabeth Boyle (2009)
  12. The Sinner Who Seduced Me by Stefanie Sloane (2011)
  13. Along Came a Duke by Elizabeth Boyle (2012)
  14. The Year of Living Scandalously (The Secrets of Hadley Green) by Julia London (2010)
  15. The Accidental Courtesan (A School For Brides Romance) by Cheryl Ann Smith (2011)

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