Series: Mistresses Who Marry

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The Millionaire's Virgin Mistress by Robyn DonaldHPS 264 - Dec 2005
Mistress by Persuasion (By Request 3-in-1) by Robyn Donald"The Millionaire's Virgin Mistress", HPS 264
Best of Virgins Bundle (10-in-1) by Becky Barker"The Millionaire's Virgin Mistress", HPS 264
The Italian's Secret Child by Catherine SpencerHPS 266 - Jan 2006
Secret Babies Bundle (3-in-1) by Kate Walker"The Italian's Secret Child", HPS-266
A Spanish Engagement by Kathryn RossHPS 268 - Feb 2006
A Spanish Passion (By Request 3-in-1) by Diana Hamilton"A Spanish Engagement", HPS 268
The Rich Man's Mistress by Cathy WilliamsHPS 272 - Apr 2006
Models & Millionaires Bundle (3-in-1) by Cathy Williams"The Rich Man's Mistress", HPS 272
Millionaire's Mistress (The Sicilian's Mistress / The Rich Man's Mistress / Marriage at His Convenience) by Lynne Graham"The Rich Man's Mistress", HPS 272

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