Series: The Lost Lords [L. Heath]

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As an Earl Desires by Lorraine HeathBook 1
A Matter of Temptation by Lorraine HeathBook 2
Promise Me Forever (Avon Romantic Treasure) by Lorraine HeathBook 3

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  1. In Bed with the Devil by Lorraine Heath (2008)
  2. A Duke of Her Own by Lorraine Heath (2006)
  3. Guilty Pleasures by Laura Lee Guhrke (2004)
  4. The Abduction of Julia by Karen Hawkins (2000)
  5. The Devilish Pleasures of a Duke by Jillian Hunter (2007)
  6. The Price of Indiscretion by Cathy Maxwell (2005)
  7. Her Master and Commander by Karen Hawkins (2006)
  8. The Lord Next Door by Gayle Callen (2005)
  9. And Then He Kissed Her by Laura Lee Guhrke (2007)
  10. This Rake of Mine by Elizabeth Boyle (2005)
  11. The Rake by Suzanne Enoch (2002)
  12. A Notorious Love by Sabrina Jeffries (2001)
  13. His Mistress by Morning by Elizabeth Boyle (2006)
  14. Never Seduce a Scoundrel by Sabrina Jeffries (2006)
  15. Much Ado About You by Eloisa James (2005)

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