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Series: The Sheikh Tycoons

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The Sheikh's Defiant Bride by Sandra Martonbook 1
One-Click Buy: October 2008 Harlequin Presents (Bundle 8-in-1) by Robyn Donald"The Sheikh's Defiant Bride", # 1
The Sheikh's Wayward Wife by Sandra Martonbook 2
One-Click Buy: November 2008 Harlequin Presents (Bundle 8-in-1) by Kate Walker"The Sheikh's Wayward Wife", # 2
The Sheikh's Rebellious Mistress by Sandra Martonbook 3
One-Click Buy: December 2008 Harlequin Presents (Bundle 8-in-1) by Kim Lawrence"The Sheikh's Rebellious Mistress", # 3

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  1. At the Sheikh's Bidding by Chantelle Shaw (2008)
  2. The Sheikh's Love-Child by Kate Hewitt (2009)
  3. Exposed: The Sheikh's Mistress by Sharon Kendrick (2005)
  4. Sheikh Boss, Hot Desert Nights by Susan Stephens (2009)
  5. Bought: The Greek's Innocent Virgin by Sarah Morgan (2008)
  6. The Sheikh's Chosen Queen by Jane Porter (2008)
  7. Greek Tycoon, Waitress Wife by Julia James (2008)
  8. Secretary, Mistress, Convenient Wife by Maggie Cox (2008)
  9. His Majesty's Mistress by Robyn Donald (2007)
  10. The Wealthy Greek's Contract Wife by Penny Jordan (2009)
  11. Caretti's Forced Bride by Jennie Lucas (2007)
  12. Mistress of the Sheikh by Sandra Marton (2000)
  13. Captive At The Sicilian Billionaire's Command (Harlequin Presents) by Penny Jordan (2009)
  14. The Sheikh's Proposal by Barbara McMahon (2002)
  15. The Greek Millionaire's Mistress by Catherine Spencer (2007)

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The Sheikh Tycoons -- They're powerful passionate-- and as sexy as sin!

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