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Series: League of Jewelled Men

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Time's Fool by Patricia Veryan1
Had We Never Loved (A Regency Romance) by Patricia Veryan2
Ask Me No Questions by Patricia Veryan3
A Shadow's Bliss by Patricia Veryan4
Never Doubt I Love by Patricia Veryan5
Mandarin of Mayfair (Georgian Romance) by Patricia Veryan6

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This is the second series by patricia Veryan. The first is "Golden Chronicles". However the two novels Mistress of Willowvale and The Wagered Widow, while not technically part of the Chronicles are vital to understanding not only this series but also the golden chronicals series and should be read before.

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