Series: Cougar Challenge

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Play It Again, Sam by Samantha Kane1
Beauty of Sunset by Lynne Connolly2
Seychelles Sunset by Lynne Connolly2.5
Winters' Thaw by Dalton Diaz3
Tempt the Cougar by Samantha KaneBooks 1-3
Hot to Trot (Pony Tales, #3) by Desiree Holt4
Assume the Positions by Mari Carr5
Sin on Skin by Mari Freeman6
Tease the Cougar by Desiree HoltBooks 4-7
Drilled (Cougar Challenge, #8) by Regina Carlysle8
Driven (Cougar Challenge) by Jayne Rylon9
Nothing but Sex (Cougar Challenge, #10) by Fran Lee10
Needing a Cougar (3-in-1) by Regina CarlysleBooks 8-10
Locked and Loaded (Cougar Challenge) by Samantha Cayto11
Copping a Feel by Lexxie Couper12
Summer of the Cougar (Cougar Challenge) by Nicole Austin13
Hat Trick by Cerise DeLand14
Shifting Gears (Cougar Challenge) by Jayne Rylon15
Getting' Lucky (Cougar Challenge) by Amber Skyze16
Adding Heat (Cougar Challenge) by Cris Anson17
Sunshine on Chrome (Cougar Challenge, #18) by Lynne Connolly18
Racing For Love by Jayne Rylonbooks 9 & 15

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