Series: Ugly Stick Saloon

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Sex Ed by Myla Jackson0.10
Dirty Tricks: Two Can Play That Game by Myla Jackson0.20
Three's A Charm by Myla Jackson0.40
Four Play (Dirty Tricks, #4) by Myla Jackson0.50
Five-Second Seduction (Dirty Tricks #5) by Myla Jackson0.60
Six Degrees Of Desperation (Dirty Tricks, #6) by Myla Jackson0.70
Boots And Chaps (Ugly Stick Saloon, #1) by Myla Jackson1
Every Which Way (Anthology 5-in-1) by Sasha White"Boots & Wings"
Boots and Leather: Ugly Stick Saloon (Ugly Stick Saloon Series Book 2) by Myla Jackson2
Boots and Promises (Ugly Stick Saloon, #2.5) by Myla Jackson2.5
Boots and Bareback (Ugly Stick Saloon Series Book 3) by Myla Jackson3
Boots and Lace (Ugly Stick Saloon Series Book 4) by Myla Jackson4
Boots and Roses (Ugly Stick Saloon Series Book 5) by Myla Jackson5
Boots and Buckles (Ugly Stick Saloon, #6) by Myla Jackson6
Boots and Twisters (Ugly Stick Saloon Series Book 7) by Myla Jackson7
Boots and Wishes (Ugly Stick Saloon Series Book 8) by Myla Jackson8
Boots and the Bachelor (Ugly Stick Saloon, #9) by Myla Jackson9
Boots and the Rogue (Ugly Stick Saloon, #10) by Myla Jackson10
Boots and the Heartbreaker (Ugly Stick Saloon Series) by Myla Jackson11

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