Series: Daring Duchesses

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Some Like It Scandalous (Daring Duchesses) by Carole Mortimer0.5
Some Like It Wicked by Carole Mortimer1
Some Like to Shock by Carole Mortimer2

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  1. Married: The Virgin Widow (Harlequin Historical) by Deborah Hale (2010)
  2. Born to Scandal by Diane Gaston (2012)
  3. Unmasking the Duke's Mistress by Margaret McPhee (2011)
  4. How to Disgrace a Lady by Bronwyn Scott (2012)
  5. Captain Corcoran's Hoyden Bride by Annie Burrows (2011)
  6. The Earl's Mistletoe Bride by Joanna Maitland (2010)
  7. The Greatest of Sins by Christine Merrill (2013)
  8. Ravished by the Rake by Louise Allen (2011)
  9. Snowbound Wedding Wishes (Anthology 3-in-1) by Louise Allen (2012)
  10. Unbuttoning Miss Hardwick by Deb Marlowe (2012)
  11. Two Wrongs Make a Marriage by Christine Merrill (2012)
  12. Untamed Rogue, Scandalous Mistress by Bronwyn Scott (2010)
  13. A Regency Christmas Carol by Christine Merrill (2011)
  14. A Not So Respectable Gentleman? by Diane Gaston (2012)
  15. The Lord and the Wayward Lady by Louise Allen (2010)

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