Series: Second Sons Series - McQuiston

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What Happens in Scotland by Jennifer McQuiston1
Summer Is for Lovers by Jennifer McQuiston2
Moonlight on My Mind by Jennifer McQuiston3
Her Highland Fling by Jennifer McQuistonNovella

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  4. Diary of an Accidental Wallflower by Jennifer McQuiston (2015)
  5. A Rogue by Any Other Name: The First Rule of Scoundrels (Rules of Scoundrels) by Sarah MacLean (2012)
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  8. The Devil of Clan Sinclair by Karen Ranney (2013)
  9. Between the Devil and Ian Eversea by Julie Anne Long (2014)
  10. Return of the Viscount by Gayle Callen (2012)
  11. What the Duke Desires by Sabrina Jeffries (2013)
  12. The Lass Wore Black by Karen Ranney (2013)
  13. How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days by Laura Lee Guhrke (2014)
  14. The Ruin of a Rogue by Miranda Neville (2013)
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