Series: Marrying the Boss

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Agenda: Attraction! by Jessica SteeleHR-3536 - Jan 1999
Boardroom Proposal by Margaret WayHR-3540 - Feb 1999
Temporary Engagement by Jessica HartHR-3544 - Mar 1999
Beauty and the Boss by Lucy GordonHR-3548 - Apr 1999
The Boss and the Baby by Leigh MichaelsHR-3552 - May 1999
Dating Her Boss by Liz FieldingHRS-463 - Feb 2000
In the Boss's Bed (By Request 3-in-1) by Carole Mortimer"Dating Her Boss", HRS-463
Taming the Boss by Pamela BauerHR-3598 - Mar 2000
The Boss's Bride by Emma RichmondHR-3609 - Jun 2000
The Corporate Wife by Leigh MichaelsHR-3628- Nov 2000

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Marrying the Boss: From boardroom... to bride and groom!

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