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Claiming His Secret Royal Heir

Married for their baby? Or for real…Crown Prince Frederick of Lycander needs a wife and an heir, and discovering he has a secret son with beautiful supermodel Sunita makes him determined to claim them both!But Sunita has no desire to live and raise baby Amil as part of Frederick's royal entourage! Until he persuades her it's the best thing for their son. Their engagement reveals that their passion still simmers but, to keep Sunita and Amil by his side, Frederick discovers he must also admit his love…

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ISBN: 9781474060301

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