I noticed that you didn't include your stand-alone, Letting Go, although Casey and Devlin both have roles in Absolution, and we meet Jonas for the first time in Letting Go. I know that I had to read through all of the book descriptions to find this connection when I first read Absolution (I remembered encountering the characters mentioned, but not a lot of the details). Knowing where to go for some of the backstory might be helpful for new readers.
Hi Jennifer, that's true, I didn't include the connection to Letting Go because it isn't part of any of the series. I purposefully don't advertise the connection because that book was the first one I'd ever written and isn't as strong as the others. In addition, it is mf which most of my readers don't read so I made sure to write Absolution as a standalone.
Just a question, is there going to be an updated version of this every so often? Because that would be fantastic. Your books are fantastic.
Yes, I try to add to it as I add books but I need to figure out how to redesign it so there's more room
hi Sloane I know that you have written crossover charts and 2 reading list but I am stupid and don't know what one one is best to follow as I don't want to find out I have missed someone or an event. I have read lots of reviews and some peoples reviews are so different where to start at the begin some say read volume two before one and some say read best read protector's I opened logan's need to follow your list two then because of reviews the read 5 pages then read 5 pages of the protector's because of this I have became stuck and really want to read your books is list two how you written the books in order please help :-0 :-)
this is a reply to Andrea. First, you are not stupid. Full Stop. Second, just my opinion, and it might be moot since this post was so long ago and I am apparently so late to the 'Sloane Kennedy' party, but I would follow this chart. I like following a timeline rather than just reading by series. Since they crossover, the timeline is what really matters. Like I said, just my opinion.
Just read my first Sloane Kennedy book Finding Home. OMG, it was so good. Did some searching and found this chart. Now I have to (get to) start at the beginning. Thank you for this suggested reading order! I mostly read m/m but I also enjoy m/f so I will read from first to last.
What about the Madian series? Are any of these books crossed over to the other series you have?