Series: Wives Wanted!

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Bought: One Bride by Miranda Leebook 1
The Tycoon's Trophy Wife by Miranda Leebook 2
A Scandalous Marriage by Miranda Leebook 3
Bought by the Tycoon (Bought: One Bride / The Tycoon's Trophy Wife / A Scandalous Marriage) by Miranda Leeomnibus 1-3

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  1. His One-Night Mistress by Sandra Field (2005)
  2. The Ramirez Bride by Emma Darcy (2005)
  3. Bedding His Virgin Mistress by Penny Jordan (2005)
  4. His Bride for One Night by Miranda Lee (2005)
  5. A Rich Man's Revenge by Miranda Lee (2003)
  6. Pregnant by the Greek Tycoon by Kim Lawrence (2005)
  7. The Twelve-Month Mistress by Kate Walker (2004)
  8. Bedded by the Boss by Miranda Lee (2004)
  9. By Royal Demand by Robyn Donald (2006)
  10. Sleeping with a Stranger by Anne Mather (2005)
  11. His Bought Mistress by Emma Darcy (2005)
  12. The Mediterranean Prince's Passion by Sharon Kendrick (2004)
  13. The Prince's Pleasure by Robyn Donald (2002)
  14. The Italian Doctor's Mistress by Catherine Spencer (2005)
  15. Bedded, or Wedded? by Julia James (2007)

Series description

When a wealthy man wants a wife, he doesn't always follow the rules!

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