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Sweeney Sisters Books in Order

Sweeney Sisters Books in Order: How to read Ashley Farley’s series?

Family Drama, Southern Style.

Who are the Sweeney Sisters?

Written by an American author from Richmond, Virginia, named Ashley Farley, the Sweeney Sisters is a family drama series.

Set in the South Carolina Lowcountry, as the title suggests, this series is about the Sweeney sisters, Samantha, Jackie, and Faith. When they face difficulties, they need the support of their family and they can always count on it.

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Steel Brothers Saga Books in Order: How to read Helen Hardt’s series?

love and secrets… in family

What is the Steel Brothers Saga about?

Written by American writer Helen Hardt, the Steel Brothers Saga is, like the title suggest it, a family Saga about the Steels with secrets, love and twists.

The brothers are named Ryan, Jonas and Talon. They have secrets, they keep some but search for others. They also are searching for love and, even if they don’t, they find it in the most complicated situations.

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Virgin River Books in Order: How to read Robyn Carr’s Series?

Now a Netflix show.

What is Virgin River about?

Written by American author Robyn Carr (Grace Valley, Thunder Point), The Virgin River series takes us in the remote California town of… Virgin River.

The story began with Melinda “Mel” Monroe, who answers an ad to work as a midwife and nurse practitioner. When she arrived in Virgin River, she thought she had made a huge mistake, but she quickly realizes that the city offers more than meets the eye.

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Whiskey Creek Books in Order: How to read Brenda Novak’s series?

Welcome to Whiskey Creek, Heart of the Gold Country!

What is the Whiskey Creek series about?

By Brenda Novak, the writer of the Evelyn Talbot Chronicles, the Whiskey Creek series chronicles the lives of the habitants of a “gold country” town similar to those near Sacramento, CA where gold was discovered in January 1848.

With a main character different in each book (they are standalone, but it’s better to read them in order), the series Whiskey Creek series offers contemporary romances with conflicts and sometimes mysteries too.

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Isabel Dalhousie/The Sunday Philosophy Club Books in Order: How to read Alexander McCall Smith’s series?

By the author of The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency and the 44 Scotland Street series.

What is The Sunday Philosophy Club series about?

Written by the British-Zimbabwean author Alexander McCall Smith, The Sunday Philosophy Club is about a philosopher and amateur sleuth.

Set in Edinburgh, Scotland, the series follows Isabel Dalhousie, a curious philosopher and woman detective, who loves to investigate all kinds of mysteries, searching for the truth, in a philosophical way or not. Isabel is always ready to pursue the answers to all of life’s questions, but she also has to help her friends and family members in need.

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Sharpe & Donovan Books in Order: How to read Carla Neggers’ Series?

For those who like a bit of romance in their crime stories.

Who are Sharpe and Donovan?

Written by New Englander author Carla Neggers, the Sharpe and Donovan series is about crime fighters in love, and art. So, some mysteries with a dash of romance.

More precisely, the series follows FBI art crimes expert Emma Sharpe, granddaughter of world-renowned art detective Wendell Sharpe, and FBI deep-cover agent Colin Donovan as they investigate murder and art-related crimes and fall in love.

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The Bridgertons Books in Order: How to read Julia Quinn’s series?

Coming Soon to Netflix, as a Shonda Rhimes TV production.

What is the Bridgertons’ series about?

Written by American historical romance author Julie Pottinger under the pseudonym Julia Quinn, The Bridgertons’ series is about the love stories of the members of a British family. Each book is about one of them finding his/her true love.

Set against the backdrop of upper society during the period of Regency England, the series is about the Bridgerton family which consists of eight siblings and their widowed mother. The members of this tight-knit clan are well respected among British society. But marriage and society isn’t always an easy mix.

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44 Scotland Street Books in Order: How to read Alexander McCall Smith’s series?

By the author of The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency.

What is 44 Scotland Street about?

First published as a serial in the newspaper The Scotsman, the 44 Scotland Street series is written by Alexander McCall Smith and is about the eccentric residents and neighbors of 44 Scotland Street in the city of Edinburgh.

Not unlike Tales of the City, this is the lives and times of a group of people, from the remarkably precocious boy six-year-old Bertie to Big Lou, the owner of a coffee bar, or even to Cyril, a dog with the gold tooth. There are love triangles, friendships a lost painting, happiness, deception, marriage, break-ups and much more.

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The Mediator Books in Order: How to read Meg Cabot series?

From The Princess Diaries writer comes a supernatural romance for teenagers and young adults.

What is The Mediator?

The Mediator is a series written by Meg Cabot. The story follows Susannah “Suze” Simon, a mediator—a liaison between the living and the dead. Simply put, she sees dead people and then must help them resolve their unfinished business with the living.

Also, Suze’s mom has remarried and Suze has three new stepbrothers and… a very sexy guy hanging out in her bedroom, unfortunately dead for a hundred and fifty years.

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Fever Series in Order: How to read Karen Marie Moning books?

It’s a world of Fae out there!

What the Fever Series is about?

The Fever series revolves around MacKayla Lane, 20-something living an ordinary life in small-town Georgia, until her sister is brutally murdered while studying abroad in Ireland. MacKayla only clue to what happened to her sister is a cryptic message on her cell phone. She decides to take a plane to Ireland to obtain some answers. Her quest draws her into the realm of the Fae…

It is the official beginning of the Fever Series, but not to the world of Fae, as Karen Marie Moning wrote about it in her prior book series.

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