Series: House of Pleasure

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Eden's Pleasure by Kate Pearce0.25
Simply Pleasure (House of Pleasure, #0.5) by Kate Pearce0.5
Simply Sexual by Kate Pearce1
Antonia's Bargain by Kate Pearce1.5
Simply Sinful by Kate Pearce2
Simply Irresistible (House of Pleasure) by Kate Pearce2.5
Simply Shameless by Kate Pearce3
Simply Wicked by Kate Pearce4
Simply Insatiable by Kate Pearce5
Simply Forbidden by Kate Pearce6
Simply Carnal (House of Pleasure) by Kate Pearce7
Simply Voracious by Kate Pearce8
Simply Scandalous (House of Pleasure) by Kate Pearce9
Kate Pearce Bundle: Simply Sexual / Simply Sinful / Simply Shameless by Kate PearceOmnibus 1-3

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Series description

No fantasy is too wild for Madame Helene's Pleasure House -- a brothel in Regency England where forbidden desires are more than welcome...


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