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Kathy Love Books In Order

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Publication Order of The Cauldron Crew Books

Who Let the Dogs Out (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Devilishly Books

Devilishly Hot (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Devilishly Sexy (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Devilishly Wicked (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Fangover Books

with Erin McCarthy
The Fangover (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Fangs for Nothing (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Friendship Harbor Books

with Erin McCarthy
Murder Drama With Your Llama (With: Erin McCarthy) (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Llama See That Evidence (With: Erin McCarthy) (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Solving Llamageddon and the Alpacalypse (With: Erin McCarthy) (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Fa La La La Llama (With: Erin McCarthy) (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Whole Llama Snow (With: Erin McCarthy) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Good, The Bad, The Llama (With: Erin McCarthy) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Hoodoo Bayou Books

Hoodoo You Want (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Hoodoo You Need (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Matchmaker Books

Publication Order of New Orleans Vampires Books

Any Way You Want It (2007)Description / Buy at Amazon
I Want You To Want Me (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
Demon Can't Help It (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon
What A Demon Wants (2010)Description / Buy at Amazon
Truth Or Demon (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Stepp Sisters Trilogy Books

Getting What You Want (2004)Description / Buy at Amazon
Wanting What You Get (2004)Description / Buy at Amazon
Wanting Something More (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Young Brothers Books

Fangs for the Memories (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
Fangs But No Fangs (2006)Description / Buy at Amazon
I Only Have Fangs for You (2006)Description / Buy at Amazon
My Sister is a Werewolf (2007)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Anthologies

The Promise of Love(2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
So I Married A Demon Slayer(2011)Description / Buy at Amazon

Kathy Love is an American author of fiction novels and several successful published series. She is a former resident of Maine but has since left the beautiful state to live in Maryland full time along with her family, which consists of her wonderful husband and their beautiful daughter Emily, who is a chatterbox at heart, as well as their family pets.

She has been described as a character-driven author by the Romantic Times, which said that Love preferred complex subjects that have an “emotional, humorous edge” to them. Kathy Love is the author of the Stepp Sisters series, which included the debut novel Getting What You Want in 2004. Two more books followed– Wanting What You Get and Wanting Something More.

Kathy Love is also the author of the Young Brothers series, which includes four novels in total. She also wrote the New Orleans Vampires series, which features five books all about Vamps in one of the most famous cities in the southern United States. Those series are not her only foray into the supernatural realm either: she authored the Devilish series in 2011 with three books and the Fangover series with two books in them. She is also the author of Perfect Match, the first in the Matchmaker series, published in 2014.

Love has also contributed to collections and collaborative fiction, including two Christmas-themed collections and the book So I Married a Demon Slayer in 2011, written with Lexi George and Angie Fox. She has contributed to the Never Fear and Scream collections as well with other esteemed writers.

The first book in the Stepp Sisters series is called Getting What You Want. It focuses on the state of Maine as one of the settings, a place that Love knows well since she lived there for some time. Here we meet the three Stepp sisters, who are each unique in their own way but share a bond as well. The book is viewed in the narration of the main character, a Stepp sister that has moved back to Millbrook Maine where the only thing that ever changes in this small New England town is the weather– not exactly a hopping good time.

Abby Stepp thinks she should have her head examined for doing this, but she has to go back in order to work at Rand laboratories doing her genetics research since she got a six-month grant. She figures that a smart girl knows to get what they need and then just get out. If she has to go back to Maine in order to make the most of a grant that many people never get rewarded, then that is what she’s going to do. She’s not going to hold out for some unrealistic dream when she has practical things that she can get done.

Even if that means that Abby’s got to work frying clams to pay the bills in the meantime. The grant’s only paying for her research, not her living expenses, and she has a lot of them. You would think that such a bookworm wouldn’t be into boys, but this smart girl is tongue-tied to the point of speechlessness when she runs into Chase Jordan, a guy she hasn’t even seen in fifteen years. What is she supposed to do when that happens?

Chase Jordan was the hottest guy when she was younger, the town bad boy that every girl wanted to go out with. He was the real-life version of James Dean and every girl in high school wanted him. All of a sudden she sees that Chase Jordan is still just as attractive as ever and someone better check her pulse because her heart is pounding away. She is intoxicated immediately and all of a sudden the demands of the life that she’s signed up for seem a little bit unimportant. This isn’t how she’s used to being, but what can she do? She has the hots for Chase Jordan in a major way.

Even though she’s grown up now, Chase is like a return to being in high school all over again. He is truly the definition of a heartthrob, and once he enters into her life she has no idea what’s going to happen next. The way that he makes her feel just can’t be denied, and for the first time in her life, this Stepp sister is thinking that settling might be a really dumb idea. But then again, pursuing this guy that she doesn’t even know likes her might be crazier than she’s letting herself see.

The second book in the Stepp Sisters series is a twist on the debut novel’s title and is called Wanting What You Get. Continuing with the Stepp sisters, Love focuses on a different member of the sisters. Ellie Stepp wasn’t always the most beautiful child or teen growing up, and she was often taunted by hurtful remarks and bullying. She was always romantic, but it was tough growing up in high school in a small town where you were not only chubby but unpopular too.

Ellie works now as a librarian, stuck in the small town where she was always overweight as an adolescent. Now an adult, not much has changed and she is overweight in addition to being single. It’s not very fun, but when someone comes into her sights unexpectedly, Ellie thinks maybe things could change– and she’s willing to take a chance in order to get what she’s always wanted.

Ellie has had a crush on the popular Mason Sweet for as long as she can remember. So it’s a happy coincidence when the two get paired off together at her sister’s wedding. Better yet, she thinks that Mason is actually flirting with her. Maybe it’s the nature of this well-liked mayor, but Ellie is seriously convinced it’s because of her. Could Mason be interested in the plain town librarian?

But it appears that the attraction is authentic as Mason seems to enjoy her curvaceous figure and everything else about her, from her enchanting blue eyes to her blonde curly hair. Could they be the perfect pair? They ease into a courtship, but when issues start to arise and she feels she is being kept a secret, it’s a new low. Can Ellie be destined for a romantic ending– or will this early relationship go down in flames? Pick up the tantalizing Wanting What You Get to find out!

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