Several of you have asked about the reading order of the various series, so I created this post to walk you through it. The books are listed in order, from left to right. Also, the series’ are listed in order, from top to bottom. The two exceptions are the Starsdale Series and Trapped in Spaulding Manor, which do not relate to any of the other books in any series, so you may read those at any time. Also, An Extraordinary Christmas is not a thriller, but the cast of characters centers around Jeri and Ethan, and their love story. For those of you interested in such, read this one before The Collector, or at any time after Anson.
This romantic suspense trilogy showcases the lives and loves of three women who have specific paranormal abilities. In Fate, Kris relies on precognition to help save her life, and the life of the man she loves. Spellbound chronicles Roni’s surprising journey into white magick, and the devastating consequences of power left untapped. Destiny opens Cassie’s world, both past and present, through reincarnation, and offers her one more chance at true love.
This series started it all, with beloved characters who reappear in both the SSCD Series and the EJB Global Series.
SSCD Crime Thrillers:
Jeri Forbes leads a specialized team of FBI agents as they search the nation for elusive serial killers. This action-packed series of psychological thrillers will keep you on the edge of your seat, but be warned. These stories are not for the faint of heart.
EJB Global Crime Thrillers:
Jeri and Ethan continue their hunt for the worst of the worst, only this time they do it on their own terms.
Stories of Starsdale:
The Stories of Starsdale series offers plenty of suspense, paired with sweet romance that is sure to touch your heart. Fall in love with the characters of Starsdale, California, as they find happiness in a small town.
Novellas (Not a Series):
As previously mentioned, An Extraordinary Christmas is all about Jeri and Ethan’s love story, no serial killers anywhere in sight. It takes place after Anson, but before The Collector, so read it in between the two, if you’re interested in a short, clean romance. Trapped in Spaulding Manor is another novella, just a bit of a romantic ghost story that was floating around in my head. Hope you enjoy!
All the best,