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Mortal Wish (Scanguards Vampires, #0.5) by Tina Folsom0.5
Samson's Lovely Mortal (Scanguards Vampires, #1) by Tina Folsom1
Amaury's Hellion by Tina Folsom2
Gabriel's Mate by Tina Folsom3
Scanguards Vampires Boxed Set (Vol 1 - 3) by Tina Folsom1-3
Yvette's Haven by Tina Folsom4
Zane's Redemption (Scanguards Vampires, #5) by Tina Folsom5
To Die For - Boxed Set (8-in-1) by Jana DeLeon"Zane's Redemption", # 5
Quinn's Undying Rose (Scanguards Vampires, #6) by Tina Folsom6
Oliver's Hunger (Scanguards Vampires, #7) by Tina Folsom7
Thomas's Choice (Scanguards Vampires, #8) by Tina Folsom8
Silent Bite [novella] by Tina Folsom8.5
Cain's Identity (Scanguards Vampires, #9) by Tina Folsom9
Scanguards Vampires: The First Generation (Books 1 - 9) by Tina Folsom1-9
Luther's Return by Tina Folsom10
Blake's Pursuit by Tina Folsom11

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