All Colleen Hoover Books in Order

All Colleen Hoover Books in Order

Colleen Hoover is a renowned contemporary romance author who has captured the hearts of readers around the world with her emotional and captivating stories. 

Her books are known for their unforgettable characters, heart-wrenching plots, and the way they tug at your heartstrings. 

In this blog post, we will take a closer look at all the beloved books that Ms. Hoover has written uptil now. 

Standalone Colleen Hoover Books

“Ugly Love” (2014)

In this stirring narrative, Tate Collins meets Miles Archer, an airline pilot. Their relationship, initially lacking in romantic sparks, is driven by a raw attraction. 

They decide on a simple arrangement with two rules: never delve into the past, and don’t harbor any expectations for the future. But as they soon discover, emotions aren’t so easily compartmentalized. 

Promises break, rules shatter, and their lives intertwine in a tumultuous journey, illustrating how love can turn from beautiful to ugly.

“November 9” (2015)

Fallon meets Ben, a budding novelist, in a serendipitous encounter just before her big move from Los Angeles

Their instant chemistry leads to an unforgettable day together, inspiring Ben’s novel. As they continue to meet annually on the same date, their lives evolve separately, filled with other relationships and challenges. 

However, Fallon starts to question the authenticity of Ben’s narratives. Is their story a genuine love tale or a fabricated plot twist for his book?

“Confess” (2015)

Auburn Reed, at the tender age of twenty-one, has lost everything significant in her life. 

With clear goals and no room for error, she stumbles upon a Dallas art studio seeking employment. 

Here, she meets Owen Gentry, an intriguing artist. Despite her guarded nature, Auburn is drawn to Owen, only to discover he harbors a secret that could shatter her world. 

A confession is needed to save their relationship, but this revelation might be more destructive than the secret itself.

“Too Late” (2016)

Sloan is trapped in a toxic relationship with the unscrupulous Asa Jackson, yet she remains determined to protect those she loves. 

Asa believes he is the best thing in Sloan’s life, despite her clear distaste for his sinister lifestyle. Sloan’s resilience is unwavering, even when Carter enters their lives, upsetting their precarious balance.

This story is a harrowing journey of love, manipulation, and the lengths one will go to for survival.

“Without Merit” (2017)

The Voss family is an ensemble of eccentricities, residing in a converted church. 

Among them is Merit Voss, a collector of unearned trophies and family secrets. Her mundane life is shaken when she meets Sagan in an antiques shop, but their budding connection is stifled by a shocking revelation. 

Frustrated with her family’s web of lies, Merit plans to escape, only to face the harsh consequences of truth and the complexities of love and forgiveness.

“Never Never: The Complete Series” (2017) – Written with Tarryn Fisher

This unique series opens with Charlize Wynwood and Silas Nash, best friends since childhood and lovers since their teens, waking up one morning with no memories of each other. 

Every shared memory, from their first kiss to their deepest arguments, has mysteriously vanished. They are forced to work together to discover the truth behind their sudden amnesia. 

But as they delve deeper, they start questioning their past relationship’s foundation, leading them to wonder if they were ever meant to be together.

“Verity” (2017)

Lowen Ashleigh, teetering on financial collapse, is offered a career-saving job to complete a successful book series by the famous author Verity Crawford, incapacitated by an injury. 

In the chaotic Crawford household, Lowen stumbles upon Verity’s unfinished autobiography filled with unnerving admissions. Deciding to hide it from Jeremy, Verity’s husband, Lowen finds herself drawn to him. 

She faces a moral dilemma: reveal the truth that could end Jeremy’s loyalty to Verity or stay silent for her own gain.

“Regretting You” (2019)

Morgan Grant and her teenage daughter, Clara, are at odds. Morgan, who put her dreams on hold due to early pregnancy and marriage, is determined to keep Clara from making similar mistakes. 

Clara, yearning for independence, sees her mother as overcautious and dull. Their fragile peace is destroyed when a tragic accident involving Chris, Morgan’s husband and Clara’s father, unfolds. 

As they struggle to pick up the pieces, secrets and resentments drive a wedge between them, threatening to irreparably damage their relationship.

“Heart Bones” (2020)

Beyah, a product of a tough life marked by poverty and neglect, counts down the days to escape her past. 

An unexpected death forces her to spend the summer in Texas with her estranged father. Here, she meets Samson, a wealthy and privileged neighbor, and despite their starkly different backgrounds, they find a mutual attraction. 

Deciding on a casual summer fling, they soon realize their connection is too intense to ignore. Beyah must navigate through this unexpected romance, unaware of the emotional storm brewing ahead.

“Layla” (2020)

Leeds believed Layla was his forever love, but a violent attack changes everything. Layla’s physical recovery masks deep emotional and mental scars, altering her into someone Leeds no longer recognizes. 

In an attempt to salvage their relationship, Leeds takes Layla to the place they first met. But Layla’s behavior grows increasingly strange, and Leeds finds solace in Willow, another guest. 

His efforts to help Willow collide with Layla’s well-being, forcing Leeds to make a crucial decision that could impact all their lives.

“Reminders of Him” (2022)

Kenna Rowan, returning to her hometown after serving five years in prison for a tragic accident, seeks to reconnect with her young daughter. 

Facing the resentment and barriers from her past, Kenna struggles to rebuild bridges. The only person offering her a chance is Ledger Ward, a local bar owner with ties to her daughter. 

Their growing connection is fraught with risks, and Kenna must navigate this delicate situation to find redemption and a chance at a hopeful future.

Colleen Hoover Book Collections

“One More Step” (2020)

This anthology presents a unique literary challenge: each of the twenty-six authors, including Colleen Hoover, starts their story with the same opening sentence. 

From this common beginning, every author crafts a distinct narrative, leading to a collection rich in diversity and creativity. The stories are unconnected, showcasing the wide-ranging imagination and storytelling prowess of each writer.

“Two More Days” (2021)

Following the concept of its predecessor, “Two More Days” is another anthology that pushes the boundaries of creativity. Similar to “One More Step,” each contributing author, among them Colleen Hoover, begins their story with an identical first sentence. 

The resulting collection is a testament to the versatility and uniqueness of each author, as every story unfolds in a completely different direction, unlinked to the others.

Colleen Hoover’s “It Ends with Us” Series

“It Ends With Us” (2016)

This novel delves into the complexities of a love triangle involving Lily, a recent college graduate starting her own business, Ryle, a neurosurgeon with a strict no-dating rule, and Atlas, Lily’s first love. 

The story navigates the difficult terrains of abusive relationships, showing Lily’s struggle between her feelings and the hard decisions she must make. 

It’s a raw and honest portrayal of the cycles of domestic violence, offering deep emotional impact and thought-provoking themes.

“It Starts with Us” (2022)

This highly anticipated sequel to “It Ends with Us” continues the story of Lily Bloom and Atlas Corrigan. 

While we are not going to reveal the complete story here, you can expect an amalgamation of both their pasts and presents while simultaneously realizing how love and community has the power to heal trauma. 

“Hopeless” Series by Colleen Hoover

“Hopeless” (2012)

In the first book of this emotionally charged series, high school senior Sky encounters Dean Holder, a boy notorious for his promiscuous reputation, which mirrors Sky’s own. 

Holder’s presence reignites disturbing memories from Sky’s past, which she has desperately tried to suppress. Despite her resolve to stay away, Holder’s persistent pursuit and enigmatic charm erode her defenses. 

Their intense connection reveals shocking secrets that fundamentally change Sky, challenging her capacity to trust and love.

“Losing Hope” (2013)

This sequel shifts the perspective to Holder, who has been haunted by guilt and remorse over a childhood tragedy. 

His relentless search for the little girl he couldn’t save—believing it would bring him peace—takes an unexpected turn when they reconnect. “Losing Hope” uncovers Holder’s experiences and the impact of Sky’s past on him and his family. 

It’s a story of redemption, as Holder’s love for Sky becomes a path to his own healing.

“Finding Cinderella” (A Novella) (2013)

In this novella, eighteen-year-old Daniel and a mysterious girl share a brief, fairy tale-like romance, professing love in the dark for just one hour. When they part ways, Daniel holds onto the belief that such perfect moments are mere fantasies. 

However, his skepticism is challenged when he meets Six, a girl with a unique name and personality. 

As their relationship unfolds, a hidden past threatens to destroy their chance at true happiness, posing the question: can they save each other and find their own fairy tale ending?

“All Your Perfects” (2018)

Quinn and Graham’s marriage is a testament to the enduring nature of love amidst imperfections. Over the years, accumulated memories, mistakes, and secrets strain their once perfect relationship. 

The novel delves into the complexities of a long-term relationship, exploring how past promises can both sustain and challenge a marriage teetering on the brink of collapse.

“Finding Perfect” – A Novella (2019)

“Finding Perfect” is a novella that revisits some of Colleen Hoover’s most cherished characters, including Daniel from “Finding Cinderella.” 

This story, told through Daniel’s perspective, offers fans a long-awaited conclusion, weaving together narratives to provide a satisfying closure to the entangled lives of these beloved characters.

Colleen Hoover’s “Maybe Someday” Series

“Maybe Someday” (2014)

At the heart of this contemporary romance is Sydney, a 22-year-old college student. Her life seems perfect with a loving boyfriend, Hunter, and a great roommate, Tori. However, her world turns upside down when she discovers Hunter’s infidelity. 

Amidst this turmoil, she is drawn to her enigmatic neighbor, Ridge, a passionate musician. 

Their connection is undeniable, and Sydney finds herself needing Ridge in more ways than one, leading them into a complex and forbidden affair.

“Maybe Not” – A Novella (2014)

Warren, excited about living with a female roommate, finds himself with Bridgette, a woman whose cold and calculating demeanor sparks constant tension. 

Despite their fiery interactions, Warren believes that Bridgette’s passionate hatred could translate into an equally passionate love. He sets out to prove his theory, hoping to uncover the warmth and love hidden beneath her icy exterior.

“Maybe Now” (2018)

In this sequel, Ridge and Sydney enjoy their relationship without guilt, while their friends Warren and Bridgette navigate a tumultuous relationship. Meanwhile, Maggie, grappling with her illness, decides to live life fully, pursuing dreams from her “maybe one day” list. 

As Maggie shares her experiences with Ridge, tensions rise between Sydney and Ridge due to jealousy and the complex dynamics of their pasts and present relationships.

Colleen Hoover’s “Slammed” Series

“Slammed” (2012)

Eighteen-year-old Layken is struggling to hold her family together after her father’s death. She finds solace in her new neighbor, Will, a passionate poetry slam enthusiast. 

Their budding romance hits a stumbling block when a startling revelation brings their relationship to a halt. 

They find themselves torn between the intense connection pulling them together and the realities driving them apart, with poetry as their only means of true expression.

“Point of Retreat” (2012)

Continuing Layken and Will’s story, a surprising revelation about Will’s past threatens the foundation of their relationship. 

As they confront these new challenges, they must decide if they are ready to fight for their future together or retreat back into isolation and heartache. 

The couple’s journey is a testament to the power of love and the resilience needed to maintain it.

“This Girl” (2013)

In this final installment, Layken and Will, now married, are navigating the waters of their new life together. Curious about Will’s past, Layken urges him to share his experiences. 

Reluctantly, Will opens up, recounting their story from his perspective, revealing his deepest feelings and thoughts. 

This tale of love and resilience shows how the past shapes the future and the importance of facing it together.

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