Series: The Worth Saga

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Once Upon a Marquess by Courtney Milan1
Her Every Wish [novella] by Courtney Milan1.5
After the Wedding by Courtney Milan2
The Devil Comes Courting by Courtney Milan3

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  1. Trade Me by Courtney Milan (2015)
  2. The Duchess War by Courtney Milan (2012)
  3. A Christmas Gone Perfectly Wrong: A Blackshear Family novella (Blackshear Family series Book 0) by Cecilia Grant (2014)
  4. Sweet Disorder by Rose Lerner (2014)
  5. An Unseen Attraction (Sins of the Cities) by KJ Charles (2017)
  6. The Hidden Blade by Sherry Thomas (2014)
  7. The Rogue Not Taken: Scandal & Scoundrel, Book I by Sarah MacLean (2015)
  8. The Soldier's Scoundrel by Cat Sebastian (2016)
  9. The Sport of Baronets by Theresa Romain (2015)
  10. The Luckiest Lady in London by Sherry Thomas (2013)
  11. Radio Silence by Alyssa Cole (2015)
  12. Act Like It by Lucy Parker (2015)
  13. Midnight Scandals [Anthology 3-in-1] by Carolyn Jewel (2012)
  14. Lord Dashwood Missed Out [novella] by Tessa Dare (2015)
  15. A Rogue by Any Other Name: The First Rule of Scoundrels (Rules of Scoundrels) by Sarah MacLean (2012)

Series description

From Author's Website:
Once, the Worth family was one of the most respected in England.

Then the head of that family, the Earl of Chatford, was discovered to be the ringleader of a treasonous plot. He was stripped of his title and properties, and only escaped execution because he committed suicide.
Anthony Worth, the eldest son, was also implicated--and while treason could not be proven, he was convicted of theft and ordered transported. That left the younger children--Judith, Camilla, Benedict, and Theresa--alone in the world, with no friends, no skills, no property, and no future.

Meanwhile, when Anthony Worth’s ship landed in Australia, he was no longer on board. He had vanished without a trace.


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