Series: Dangerous Liaisons

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Possession by Tori Carrington
Tainted Love by Alison FraserHP-1753 - Jul 1995
Shades of Sin by Sara WoodHP-1765 - Sep 1995
Climax of Passion by Emma DarcyHP-1771 - Oct 1995
Seduced by a Sultan (By Request 3-in-1) by Emma Darcy"Climax of Passion", HP-1771
The Fatherhood Affair [and] Climax of Passion by Emma Darcy"Climax of Passion", HP-1771
Hot November by Ann CharltonHP-1777 - Nov 1995
Prince of Lies by Robyn DonaldHP-1783 - Dec 1995
The Sister Swap (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents, No 1788) by Susan NapierHP-1788 - Jan 1996
The One and Only by Carole MortimerHP-1793 - Feb 1996
Dark Victory by Elizabeth OldfieldHP-1800 - Mar 1996
An Unforgettable Man by Penny JordanHP-1805 - Apr 1996
That Man Callahan! by Catherine SpencerHP-1812 - May 1996
Flirting With Danger by Kate WalkerHP-1818 - Jun 1996

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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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