Series: Secret Heirs of Billionaires

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Carrying the Spaniard's Child (Secret Heirs of Billionaires) by Jennie Lucas
The Desert King's Secret Heir (Secret Heirs of Billionaires) by Annie West
The Greek's Pleasurable Revenge by Andie Brock
The Innocent's Shameful Secret (Secret Heirs of Billionaires) by Sara Craven
Os Irmãos Castelli by Caitlin Crews1
The Secret Kept from the Greek (Secret Heirs of Billionaires) by Susan Stephens
The Sheikh's Secret Son (Secret Heirs of Billionaires) by Maggie Cox
Unwrapping the Castelli Secret by Caitlin Crewsbook 1
Brunetti's Secret Son by Maya BlakeDec 2015 - book 2
Brunetti's Secret Son [with bonus novella: 'Christmas at The Chatsfield'] by Maya Blakeincludes "Brunetti's Secret Son" -biook 2
The Secret to Marrying Marchesi by Amanda CinelliApr 2016 - book 3
Demetriou Demands His Child by Kate HewittSep 2016 - book 4

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