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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Janet Evanovich reading order - all books/series

Updated March 6, 2015

Authors such as Janet write fast, I try to update every few months for accuracy.


I follow the reading order of any series that I get my hands on religiously like a ballerina glued to the barre, I don stray! Since reading orders can be frustrating to find I'm going to lend a hand and post one up for a very well known author, hope this helps.

Janet Evanovich

Series
Elsie Hawkins
1. Back to the Bedroom (1989)
2. Smitten (1990)
3. Wife for Hire (1990)
4. The Rocky Road to Romance (1991)


Back to the BedroomSmittenWife for HireThe Rocky Road to Romance
One for the MoneyTwo for the DoughThree to Get DeadlyFour to ScoreHigh FiveHot SixSeven UpHard EightTo the NinesTen Big OnesEleven on TopTwelve SharpLean Mean ThirteenFearless FourteenFinger Lickin' FifteenSmokin' SeventeenExplosive EighteenNotorious NineteenTakedown TwentyTop Secret Twenty-One
  

Max Holt (with Charlotte Hughes)
1. Full House (2002)
2. Full Tilt (2002)
3. Full Speed (2003)
4. Full Blast (2004)
5. Full Bloom (2005)
6. Full Scoop (2006)
The Full Box (omnibus) (2006)

Full HouseFull TiltFull SpeedFull BlastFull BloomFull ScoopThe Full Box
 


Stephanie Plum Between-the-Numbers Novels

Visions of Sugar PlumsPlum Lovin'Plum LuckyBetween the Plums

Alexandra Barnaby
1. Metro Girl (2004)
2. Motor Mouth (2006)
3. Troublemaker (2010) (with Alex Evanovich and Joëlle Jones)
Metro GirlMotor MouthTroublemaker
Cate Madigan (with Leanne Banks)
1. Hot Stuff (2007)


Hot Stuff

Diesel
1. Wicked Appetite (2010)

2. Wicked Business (2012)
3. Wicked Charms (2015) (with Phoef Sutton)


Wicked AppetiteWicked BusinessWicked Charms



 Culhane Family (with Dorien Kelly)
1. Love in a Nutshell (2012)
2. The Husband List (2013)

Love in a NutshellThe Husband List



Non fiction
How I Write: Secrets of a Serial Fiction Writer



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey Kasia, Nice webpage! Thought I'd drop you a line - I've just discovered Charlaine Harris' Shakespeare series(Lily Bard). She stopped this series ages ago & I'm only just discovering it. She wrote the Aurora Teagarden and Sookie series but this one is darker. Thought you might like it as it's the mystery genre and understated but very good. Best, Danae