Series: Hostile Operations Team

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Reckless Heat (A Hostile Operations Team Prequel) by Lynn Raye Harris0.5
Reckless Heat (Hostile Operations Team - Book 0) by Lynn Raye Harris0.5
Hot Pursuit (Hostile Operations Team, #1) by Lynn Raye Harris1
Hearts in Danger [Box Set 14-in-1] by Susan Stoker"Hot Pursuit", # 1
Hot Mess: A Hostile Operations Team Novella by Lynn Raye Harris2
Hot Package (A Hostile Operations Team Novella - Book 3) by Lynn Raye Harris3
Hot, Sexy & Bad (Box Set 8-in-1) by Melody Anne"Hot Package", # 3
A Hostile Operations Team Boxed Set: Volume 1 (Hostile Operations Team, #1-3) by Lynn Raye HarrisBox Set 1-3
Dangerously Hot (A Hostile Operations Team Novel - Book 4) by Lynn Raye Harris4
Hot Shot (A Hostile Operations Team Novel - Book 5) by Lynn Raye Harris5
Hot Rebel (A Hostile Operations Team Novel - Book 6) by Lynn Raye Harris6
Hot Ice (A Hostile Operations Team Novel - Book 7) by Lynn Raye Harris7
SEALs of Summer 2: A Military Romance Superbundle by S.M. Butler"Hot Seal", # 7
Hot and Bothered (Hostile Operations Team, #8) by Lynn Raye Harris8
Hot SEAL (Hostile Operations Team - Book 9)(HOT SEAL Team Book 1) (Hostile Operations Team Series) (Volume 9) by Lynn Raye Harris9
Hot Protector (Hostile Operations Team) (Volume 10) by Lynn Raye Harris10

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