Series: Dynasties: The Danforths

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The Cinderella Scandal by Barbara McCauleyBook 1
Man Beneath the Uniform by Maureen ChildBook 2
The Cinderella Scandal [and] Man Beneath the Uniform by Barbara McCauleyBooks 1-2
Man Beneath the Uniform [and] Playing by the Baby Rules by Maureen Child"Man Beneath the Uniform", Book 2
Sin City Wedding by Katherine GarberaBook 3
Scandal Between the Sheets by Brenda JacksonBook 4
The Boss Man's Fortune by Kathryn JensenBook 5
Challenged by the Sheikh by Kristi GoldBook 6
Cowboy Crescendo by Cathleen GalitzBook 7
Steamy Savannah Nights by Sheri WhiteFeatherBook 8
The Enemy's Daughter by Anne Marie WinstonBook 9
The Laws of Passion by Linda ConradBook 10
Terms Of Surrender: Dynasties: The Danforths (Silhouette Desire) by Shirley RogersBook 11
Shocking the Senator by Leanne BanksBook 12

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  1. A Rare Sensation (Dynasties: The Ashtons) (Silhouette Desire, No 1633) by Kathie DeNosky (2005)
  2. Cause for Scandal by Anna DePalo (2006)
  3. Black-Tie Seduction by Cindy Gerard (2005)
  4. Plain Jane & Doctor Dad by Kate Little (2002)
  5. The Playboy & Plain Jane by Leanne Banks (2003)
  6. Claiming Her Billion-Dollar Birthright by Maureen Child (2010)
  7. Daring the Dynamic Sheikh by Kristi Gold (2004)
  8. Once a Father by Marie Ferrarella (2002)
  9. Sheikh's Castaway by Alexandra Sellers (2004)
  10. The Sheik and the Virgin Secretary by Susan Mallery (2005)
  11. Secrets of the Tycoon's Bride by Emilie Rose (2007)
  12. A Very Private Merger by Day Leclaire (2012)
  13. Branded by Annette Broadrick (2004)
  14. Riding The Storm by Brenda Jackson (2004)
  15. Miss Pruitt's Private Life by Barbara McCauley (2004)

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