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Reading Order

As you probably noticed already I have a lot of books released! Below is a list of every series with information about how the series and books connect together so you can decide if you want to read them out of order (which many people love to do!)

When the Wizard Hazel is betrayed and forced to flee her house she finds debatable safety in the manor of Killian Drake, the most feared vampire in the region.

 

Each book in this trilogy builds on each other has spoilers for the previous book so I recommend reading them in order.

 

This series is complete but read the Court of Midnight and Deception series for more stories set in the same world. (I recommend reading this series first because Hazel and Killian show up in Leila’s series quite a bit!)

Reading order for ALL the series in:
Magiford Supernatural City

I have noticed a lot of questions asking what the official reading order is for the interconnected Magiford series. My answer is: there isn’t one! I purposely wrote them so you can start anywhere.

But there are some spoilers depending on which order you read them in, so if you are trying to avoid spoilers you can read them in one of these orders:

  • Chronological Order: Hall of Blood and Mercy –> Court of Midnight and Deception –> (Either: Pack of Dawn and Destiny OR Magic on Main Street) –> Gate of Myth and Power

  • Order of Publication: Hall of Blood and Mercy –> Court of Midnight and Deception –> Pack of Dawn and Destiny –> Gate of Myth and Power –> Magic on Main Street

Set in the same world as the Hall of Blood and Mercy series, these books focus on Leila (who you first met in that series) and her dealings with the crumbling fae Night Court.

 

Each book builds on the previous so I recommend reading them in series order.

When werewolves start turning feral and mindlessly attacking innocent humans Hunter Pip will be forced to team up with Alpha Greyson to crush the source of the outbreak.

 

This trilogy is considered a spin-off of my other Magiford books. In particular, you will see quite a few of the Court of Midnight and Deception characters make an appearance, so you probably want to read that series first.

Chloe can turn into a housecat! But it’s not so fun when the local fae chase her all around town and a mysterious stranger steps in and thinks he is “rescuing” a stray cat.

 

Turns out he is the King of the War Elves and he’s just decided he wants a pet cat. Can Chloe keep up her innocent cat charade until she manages to escape?

 

This trilogy is considered a direct sequel to the Court of Midnight and Deception series, so you probably want to read those books first.

This is a stand alone finished series that is also a prequel to the Timeless Fairy Tale series.

 

I highly recommend you read this series first, or at least read it before you get to #9 in the Timeless Fairy Tale Series (Frog Prince) as it will give you insider information!

 

It takes place hundreds of years before so although Snow Queen series characters are mentioned they don’t actually appear in the Timeless Fairy Tale series. There is a map of the country of Verglas on the series page.

This series of fairy tale adaptations are mostly stand alone for the first 8 books so many people read them out of order. Books 9 to 11 build on each other so I recommend reading those in order.

 

Puss in Boots is actually a prequel story so it can be read first without spoiling things for Wild Swans.

 

Note that this series is complete but the main plot continues in the Fairy Tale Enchantress series. There is a world map of the countries in the Timeless Fairy Tale series on the series page.

This is the sequel to the Timeless Fairy Tale series and will give you more information about Enchantress Angelique as well as the final conclusion to the Timeless Fairy Tale series that many of you have been guessing at for years.

 

Books 2, 3, and 4 contain a lot of spoilers for the Timeless Fairy Tales series, so keep that in mind when deciding which series to start with.

 

This series will have six books.

This series of stand alone fantasy romance books feature a different couple in each book but the events from each book affect the next book so I recommend reading them in order.

 

I do have elves in some of my other series but they aren’t connected to the elves found in the Elves of Lessa series.
 

There are 4 books planned for this series.

What if King Arthur from legend was actually a time traveling female from the 21st century?

 

These books are not stand alone so I really recommend reading them in order. This series is finished!

 

There is also a complete series boxset so you can quickly catch up!

Vampires, fairies, goblins, dragons and all other fantastic creatures are real…but they’re notwhat you expect.

 

This finished series is a mix of Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance with lots of satire mixed it. It is not set in the same world as the Hall of Blood and Mercy series, but if you liked the humor in that series this one is even funnier so you should give it a try!

 

Every book has spoilers for the previous book (including the short story anthology) so I recommend reading them in this order:

What if Robin Hood from legend was really a female (Robyn)?

 

If you liked King Arthur and Her Knights you will probably like this series, although there isn’t any time travel in this one.

 

This two book series is finished and the books build on each other so read them in this order:

I have released three books as completely standalone:

 

Life Reader (currently unpublished)

Princess Ahira

A Goose Girl (part of a collaboative series)

If you like epic fantasy or video games, you should check out my Second Age of Retha series.

 

These books have less romance but feature my typical mix of humor, action, fantasy and a female lead who can’t believe the situation she is stuck in.

 

Each book builds on the previous so it’s best to read them in order.

By night, they fight in a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse. By day, they are friendly next-door neighbors. Neither of them know that their alter egos are archenemies.

 

This trilogy is considered a spin-off of my other Magiford books and chronologically it takes place at the same time as the Pack of Dawn and Destiny series.

 

Because of the character relationships you will see many of the Hall of Blood and Mercy characters make an appearance and I recommend reading that series first.

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