Series: Hot Down Under

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Hot Down Under [anthology, bundle 1] by Rhian CahillBundle 1
Shut Up and Kiss Me [short story] by Rhian Cahill1.1
Saving Grace [short story] by Beverley Oakley1.2
Shelter from the Storm [short story] by Kasey Channing1.3
Hot Down Under [anthology, bundle 2] by Mel TeshcoBundle 2
Beneath the Light of a Silver Moon [short story] by Mel Teshco2.1
Midsummer's Eve [short story] by Shona Husk2.2
The Final Wish [short story] by Tracey O'Hara2.3
Hot Down Under [anthology, bundle 3] by Kylie ScottBundle 3
Room with a View [short story] by Kylie Scott3.1
A Sporting Chance [short story] by Rhyll Biest3.2
A Real Online Fantasy [short story] by Cate Ellink3.3
Business with Pleasure [short story] by Keziah Hill3.4
Hot Down Under [anthology, bundle 4] by Lexxie CouperBundle 4
Powerplay [short story] by Lexxie Couper4.1
Paying the Forfeit [short story] by S E Gilchrist4.2
Dream Lover [short story] by C. T. Green4.3
Hidden Passions [short story] by Marianne Theresa4.4

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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