Series: One Night With Consequences

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A Baby to Bind His Bride (One Night With Consequences) by Caitlin Crews
The Boss's Nine-Month Negotiation (One Night With Consequences) by Maya Blake
The Consequence of His Vengeance (One Night With Consequences) by Jennie Lucas
Engaged for Her Enemy's Heir (One Night With Consequences) by Kate Hewitt
The Italian's Christmas Secret (One Night With Consequences) by Sharon Kendrick
A Night of Royal Consequences (One Night With Consequences) by Susan Stephens
The Pregnant Kavakos Bride (One Night With Consequences) by Sharon Kendrick
Proof of Their Sin by Dani CollinsJune 2013 - book 1
A Ring for the Greek's Baby (One Night With Consequences) by Melanie Milburne
Secrets of a Billionaire's Mistress (One Night With Consequences) by Sharon Kendrick
The Virgin's Shock Baby (One Night With Consequences) by Heidi Rice
Harlequin Presents July 2013 - Bundle 2 of 2 (4-in-1) by Kate Hewittincludes "Proof of Their Sin" - book 1
A Deal With Benefits by Susanna CarrDec 2013 - book 2
A Secret Until Now by Kim LawrenceJan 2014 - book 3
Dante's Unexpected Legacy by Catherine GeorgeJune 2014 - book 4
Hora Da Verdade by Trish Morey4
Damaso Claims His Heir by Annie WestAug 2014 - book 5
Harlequin Presents September 2014 - Bundle 2 of 2 (4-in-1) by Sharon Kendrickincludes "Damaso Claims His Heir" - book 5
Nine Months to Redeem Him by Jennie LucasDec 2014 - book 6
Prince Nadir's Secret Heir by Michelle ConderFeb 2015 - book 7
Carrying the Greek's Heir (One Night With Consequences) by Sharon KendrickApr 2015 - book 8
Married for Amari's Heir by Maisey YatesJuly 2015 - book 9
Harlequin Presents July 2015 Box Set 2 of 2 (4-in-1) by Maisey Yatesiincludes "Married for Amari's Heir" - book 9
Bound by the Billionaire's Baby by Cathy WilliamsJuly 2015 - book 10
From One Night to Wife by Rachael ThomasAug 2015 - book 11
Her Nine Month Confession by Kim LawrenceAug 2015 - book 12
An Heir Fit for a King (One Night With Consequences) by Abby Green13
An Heir Fit for a King [with bonus novella 'Christmas at the Castello'] by Abby GreenSep 2015 - book 13
Larenzo's Christmas Baby (One Night With Consequences) by Kate HewittOct 2015 - book 14
Illicit Night with the Greek by Susanna CarrJan 2016 - book 15
A Vow to Secure His Legacy by Annie WestFeb 2016 - book 16
Bound to the Tuscan Billionaire by Susan StephensFeb 2016 - book 17
The Shock Cassano Baby by Andie BrockApr 2016 - book 18
The Greek's Nine-Month Redemption by Maisey YatesMay 2016 - book 19
An Heir to Make a Marriage by Abby GreenMay 2016 - book 20
Crowned for the Prince's Heir by Sharon KendrickJuly 2016 - book 21
The Sheikh's Baby Scandal by Carol MarinelliAug 2016 - book 22
A Ring for Vincenzo's Heir by Jennie LucasAug 2016 - book 23
Claiming His Christmas Consequence by Michelle SmartNov 2016 - book 24
The Guardian's Virgin Ward by Caitlin CrewsDec 2016 - book 25
A Child Claimed by Gold (One Night With Consequences) by Rachael ThomasJan 2017 - book 26

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