Series: Mediterranean Nights

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Somewhere, My Love (Harlequin online read) by Ingrid Weaveronline prequel 0.5
From Russia, With Love (Mediterranean Nights) by Ingrid Weaverbook 1
Scent Of A Woman (Mediterranean Nights) by Joanne Rockbook 2
The Tycoon's Son (Harlequin Mediterranean Nights Series) by Cindy Kirkbook 3
Breaking All The Rules (Mediterranean Nights) by Marisa Carrollbook 4
An Affair To Remember (Mediterranean Nights) by Karen Kendallbook 5
Below Deck (Mediterranean Nights) by Dorien Kellybook 6
A Perfect Marriage? by Cindi Myersbook 7
Full Exposure (Mediterranean Nights) by Diana Duncanbook 8
Cabin Fever (Mediterranean Nights) by Mary Leobook 9
Island Heat (Mediterranean Nights) by Sarah Mayberrybook 10
Starstruck by Michelle Celmerbook 11
The Way He Moves (Mediterranean Nights) by Marcia King-Gamblebook 12

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Series description

A miniseries taken place aboard Alexandra's Dream cruise ship.


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