You might have heard…Rinda and I are heading back into the Unbreakable Bonds series with the upcoming release of Blaze. (If you haven’t heard of this book or haven’t pre-ordered your copy yet, click here. You can catch the description, the special announcement video, and pre-order your copy.)

With the June 22 release of Blaze, now is a great time to meet the Unbreakable Boys, if you haven’t already, or do a re-read of the series.

The top question we get is: What’s the best reading order?

Well, there are technically two.

The Easy Reading Order

Shiver

Unbreakable Stories: Lucas

Shatter

Unbreakable Stories: Snow

Torch

Unbreakable Stories: Rowe

Devour

Unbreakable Stories: Ian

Blaze

Chronological Reading Order

But if you’re willing to do a little more switching around and blending of series, I’ve got another one that give you a more complete story without messing up the time line. It will take a tiny bit of work on your part, but I think you’ll enjoy the adventure more. Ready?

Shiver

Unbreakable Stories: Lucas

Shatter

Unbreakable Stories: Snow

Torch

“Piece of Pie” from Unbreakable Stories: Rowe

Devour

“Mistletoe” from Unbreakable Stories: Rowe

“Midnight Perp,” “’Start With the Buns,’ Said the Spider to the Fly”, Valentine’s Day Stories, and then “No Boyfriends Allowed” from Unbreakable Stories: Ian

“Haunted,” “Gotcha,” “Screw the Dragon,” and “The Color in Noah’s World” from Unbreakable Stories: Rowe

“A Night Off” and “Taking It Slow” from Unbreakable Stories: Ian

“There Goes the Security Deposit” from Unbreakable Stories: Rowe

“This Is Us” from Unbreakable Stories: Ian

Psycho Romeo – Ward Security #1

“He’s Too Young” – a special short story released only on our website

Dantes Unglued – Ward Security #2

Blaze

Deadly Dorian – Ward Security #3

Yes, the second version jumps around quite a bit, but the problem is that there is no time lapse between Torch and Devour, which means that Rowe’s short stories had to be set after the events of Devour and at the same time as when Ian’s short stories were occurring. And with the release of Ward Security, we have interweaving timelines.

I hope these reading orders help and that you enjoy spending time with the boys as we count down to the wedding of the year!