Series: Jet-Set Wives

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Bedding His Virgin Mistress by Penny Jordanbook 1
Expecting the Playboy's Heir by Penny Jordanbook 2
Blackmailing the Society Bride by Penny Jordanbook 3
Jet Set Wives (Bedding His Virgin Mistress / Expecting the Playboy's Heir / Blackmailing the Society Bride) by Penny Jordanomnibus

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  1. His One-Night Mistress by Sandra Field (2005)
  2. The Tycoon's Trophy Wife by Miranda Lee (2005)
  3. The Future King's Pregnant Mistress by Penny Jordan (2007)
  4. The Virgin's Seduction by Anne Mather (2006)
  5. From Waif To His Wife (Harlequin Presents) by Lindsay Armstrong (2007)
  6. The Sheikh's Virgin Bride by Penny Jordan (2003)
  7. At the Spanish Duke's Command by Fiona Hood-Stewart (2005)
  8. The Constantin Marriage by Lindsay Armstrong (2002)
  9. The Passion Price by Miranda Lee (2004)
  10. The Prince's Pleasure by Robyn Donald (2002)
  11. His Christmas Bride by Helen Brooks (2007)
  12. Virgin for Sale by Susan Stephens (2005)
    Same series: Master of Pleasure (Uncut)
  13. The Parisian Playboy by Helen Brooks (2003)
  14. His Pregnant Princess by Robyn Donald (2004)
  15. The Italian Doctor's Mistress by Catherine Spencer (2005)

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