Series: Brides of L'Amour

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The Frenchman's Love-Child by Lynne Grahambook 1
The Italian Boss's Mistress by Lynne Grahambook 2
The Banker's Convenient Wife by Lynne Grahambook 3
Lynne Grahams Brides of L'Amour Bundle (3-in-1) by Lynne GrahamOmnibus 1 - 3

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  1. The Greek's Virgin Bride by Julia James (2003)
  2. The Parisian Playboy by Helen Brooks (2003)
  3. The Kanellis Scandal by Michelle Reid (2011)
  4. His Convenient Wife by Diana Hamilton (2002)
  5. The Italian's Wife by Lynne Graham (2001)
  6. An Arabian Marriage by Lynne Graham (2002)
  7. The Secret Baby Bargain by Melanie Milburne (2006)
  8. The Magnate's Mistress by Miranda Lee (2004)
  9. The Taming of Tyler Kincaid by Sandra Marton (2000)
  10. A Passionate Surrender by Helen Bianchin (2002)
  11. The Billionaire's Contract Bride by Carol Marinelli (2003)
  12. In the Spaniard's Bed by Helen Bianchin (2003)
  13. Contract Bridegroom by Sandra Field (2000)
  14. The Sicilian's Defiant Mistress by Jane Porter (2005)
  15. Taken by the Sheikh by Penny Jordan (2007)

Series description

Brides of L'Amour -- the mother, the mistress and the forgotten wife... Lynne Graham's exciting new three-part serial begins!

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