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BookTok Made Me Do It: All Colleen Hoover Books in Order

Love her or hate her, Colleen Hoover stands out as a popular author whose novels have captivated readers around the world.

Known for her ability to delve into human emotions and craft unforgettable love stories (aka lots of spice), Hoover’s works have earned her a dedicated fan base that started on BookTok.

In this article, we’ll take a journey through all the Colleen Hoover books in order, exploring the unique narratives and characters that have made her a beloved figure among BookTokers and Bookstagrammers alike.

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All Colleen Hoover Books in Order. So Far.

Slammed (2012)

Kicking off our exploration is Hoover’s debut novel, “Slammed.” This book introduces readers to Layken Cohen, a young woman grappling with loss and unexpected love. With themes of resilience, family, and the transformative power of words, “Slammed” sets the stage for Hoover’s signature storytelling style.

Point of Retreat (2012)

The sequel to “Slammed,” “Point of Retreat” continues Layken’s journey as she navigates the complexities of relationships and faces new challenges. Hoover skillfully weaves a narrative that explores the dynamics of love and the importance of communication, keeping readers hooked with every page.

Hopeless (2012)

In “Hopeless,” Hoover takes a departure into the New Adult genre, delivering a gripping tale of Sky, a girl with a mysterious past, and Holder, a boy with secrets of his own. This emotionally charged novel explores themes of love, loss, and self-discovery, leaving readers eager for more of Hoover’s compelling narratives.

This Girl (2013)

Completing the Slammed series, “This Girl” revisits the love story of Layken and Will from a different perspective. Through a series of flashbacks, readers gain new insights into the characters and their evolving relationship, making it a must-read for fans of the series.

Losing Hope (2012)

A companion novel to “Hopeless,” “Losing Hope” shifts the focus to Holder’s perspective, offering a deeper understanding of his character and the events that unfolded in the first book. Hoover skillfully intertwines the timelines, creating a poignant and layered narrative that resonates with readers.

Finding Cinderella (2013)

A novella in the Hopeless series, “Finding Cinderella” introduces readers to Daniel and Six, two characters whose chemistry leaps off the pages. This delightful and heartwarming story adds a touch of humor to the series while exploring themes of fate and second chances.

Maybe Someday (2014)

In “Maybe Someday,” Hoover explores the complexities of love, friendship, and music. Sydney and Ridge’s unconventional connection forms the crux of this novel, as they navigate the challenges of following their hearts despite the obstacles in their path. The inclusion of an original soundtrack enhances the immersive experience for readers.

Ugly Love (2014)

Ugly Love” delves into the raw and intense emotions of Tate and Miles, two characters grappling with painful pasts. Hoover expertly navigates themes of love, forgiveness, and healing, creating a poignant and unforgettable love story that leaves a lasting impact on readers.

Maybe Not (2014)

Maybe Not” follows the hilarious and unexpected romance between Warren, a sarcastic and laid-back guy, and Bridgette, a feisty and independent woman. As their chemistry sparks amidst witty banter and comedic situations, “Maybe Not” provides a lighthearted and charming addition to the world of Hoover’s “Maybe Someday.”

Confess (2015)

In “Confess,” Hoover collaborates with artist Danny O’Connor to bring readers a unique and visually stunning experience. The novel revolves around Auburn and Owen, exploring the complexities of secrets, confessions, and the art that binds them together.

November 9 (2015)

November 9” is a captivating tale of Fallon and Ben, two individuals who meet once a year on the same date. This novel unfolds over the course of five years, exploring the evolution of their connection and the impact of time on love and self-discovery.

Too Late (2016)

Too Late” is a gripping and intense novel that unravels the dark complexities of love and the consequences of trauma. With a narrative that explores themes of abuse, redemption, and unexpected connections, the story delves into the shadows of relationships, delivering a raw and emotionally charged experience.

Never Never (2016)

Cowritten by Hoover’s friend and fellow author Tarryn Fisher, “Never Never” is a mind-bending mystery that follows the story of Charlie and Silas, high school sweethearts who simultaneously lose their memories and must piece together the puzzle of their forgotten pasts. As the couple navigates the eerie and inexplicable situation, the novel unfolds with twists and turns that keep readers on the edge of their seats, questioning the nature of their connection and the secrets that shroud their shared history.

It Ends with Us (2016)

With “It Ends with Us,” Hoover takes a bold and poignant approach to storytelling. This novel explores the complexities of abusive relationships and the strength it takes to break free. It’s a powerful and thought-provoking addition to Hoover’s repertoire, earning critical acclaim for its sensitive handling of challenging themes.

Without Merit (2017)

In “Without Merit,” Hoover introduces readers to the quirky and dysfunctional Voss family. The protagonist, Merit, navigates a journey of self-discovery as she grapples with family secrets and the impact of honesty on relationships. The novel blends humor, heartache, and hope in a way that is uniquely Colleen Hoover.

All Your Perfects (2018)

Examining the complexities of marriage and the impact of infertility, “All Your Perfects” weaves a poignant narrative through the lives of Quinn and Graham. Hoover skillfully explores the highs and lows of relationships, offering a deeply emotional and relatable story for readers.

Maybe Now (2018)

Maybe Now” by Colleen Hoover is a captivating continuation of the heart-wrenching love story in “Maybe Someday.” The book explores the aftermath of Ridge and Sydney’s tumultuous journey, delving into the complexities of forgiveness, second chances, and the enduring power of true love. As the characters navigate the challenges of rebuilding trust, “Maybe Now” beautifully explores the resilience of the human heart in the face of adversity.

Verity (2018)

Hoover ventures into the romantic thriller genre with “Verity.” This gripping and suspenseful novel revolves around Lowen Ashleigh, a struggling writer hired to complete bestselling author Verity Crawford’s series. As secrets unravel, readers are taken on a twisting ride through deception and unexpected secrets.

Regretting You (2019)

In “Regretting You” by Colleen Hoover, the story revolves around the complex mother-daughter relationship of Morgan and Clara. When tragedy strikes, secrets unravel, and the two generations must navigate love, loss, and the consequences of choices. Hoover intricately weaves a tale of heartache, growth, and the power of forgiveness, exploring the multifaceted dynamics within families and the enduring bonds that connect them.

One More Step (2020)

In “One More Step,” Hoover’s first anthology, she takes on the Bookworm Box Challenge. Each author was given the same sentence and then from there crafted their own narrative.

Heart Bones (2020)

Heart Bones” introduces readers to Beyah, a young woman seeking solace from her troubled past, and Samson, a carefree musician. This novel explores themes of redemption, healing, and the transformative power of love against the backdrop of the Florida Keys.

Layla (2020)

Layla” by Colleen Hoover is a captivating and atmospheric novel that delves into the supernatural. The story follows Leeds and Layla, a couple deeply in love, but their relationship takes an unexpected turn when Layla experiences a life-altering event. As the narrative unfolds, secrets, twists, and the mystical elements of the story come together, creating a hauntingly beautiful exploration of love, redemption, and the unexplainable forces that shape our destinies.

Two More Days (2021)

Two More Days” is Hoover’s second anthology with the Bookworm Box Challenge.

Finding Perfect (2022)

Hoover is back for the 4th installment of the “Hopeless” Series, “Finding Perfect.” After six years, characters Dean, Sky, Daniel, and Six are back for one final novel.

Reminders of Him (2022)

Reminders of Him” introduces us to Kenna, a young mother just released from prison desperate to reunite with her daughter. But will her hometown and everyone in it accept her? This story focuses on complex human emotion, redemption, and the unwavering bond between a mother and child.

It Starts with Us (2022)

The much anticipated sequel to “It Ends with Us,” “It Starts with Us” picks up right where we left off, only Hoover switches the narrative between Lily and Atlas. The story reveals more about Atlas and his past, and follows Lily as she embarks on a second chance at real love, while dealing with her now ex-husband.

Whether you’re a fan or not, Hoover’s impressive ability to knock out a story is one worth noting. So now the question is.. have you read a Hoover book? If so, which one is your favorite, and which one will you be reading next? OR – are you skipping CoHo and going straight for Kristin Hannah?

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