Colleen Hoover books in order
Colleen Hoover is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of seventeen novels and novellas.
Born in Sulphur Springs, Texas, she holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work from Texas A&M University-Commerce.
In 2015, Colleen founded The Bookworm Box, a charity subscription service and bookstore that has since donated over $1,000,000 to assist the needy.
Her novel Confess (2015) has been filmed as a series starring Katie Leclerc and Ryan Cooper.
Colleen married Heath Hoover in 2000 and together they have three sons.
Genres: Romance, Thriller, Young Adult
- Ugly Love (2014)
- November 9 (2015)
- Confess (2015)
- Too Late (2016)
- It Ends with Us (2016)
- Without Merit (2017)
- Never Never: The Complete Series (2017)
- All Your Perfects (2018)
- Verity (2018)
- Hopeless (2012)
- Losing Hope (2013)
- Finding Cinderella (A Novella) (2013)
- Maybe Someday (2014)
- Maybe Not (2014)
- Maybe Now (2018)
- Slammed (2012)
- Point of Retreat (2012)
- This Girl (2013)
Detailed book overview
It was never love at first sight when Tate Collins met Miles Archer, an airline pilot. In fact, they didn’t even consider themselves friends.
Their intense, indisputable attraction however sees them set up the perfect agreement. Miles isn’t looking for love and Tate doesn’t have time for love—so sex it is!
Miles however has only for two rules for her:
Never ask about the past. Don’t expect a future.
The two are convinced that they can handle it, only to soon realize just how hard it really is.
Hearts will be invaded. Promises will be shattered. Love will get ugly.
“You’ll never be able to find yourself if you’re lost in someone else.”
When Ben and Fallon end up spending her last day in L.A. together thanks to their mistimed meeting and attraction, her hectic life gives Ben the kind of inspiration he has always been yearning for his novel.
Despite leading separate lives in their respective relationships, the two continue to meet over time on the same date every year.
That is however until Fallon starts having her doubts about Ben; uncertain whether he has been creating a perfect reality just so he can get the most ideal plot twist.
Will their relationship, and is novel, prove to be a love story if it ends in heartache?
Auburn Reed had already lost everything dear to her by the time she was twenty-one.
As she struggles to pick up the broken pieces and rebuild her life, her sole promise is that there simply won’t be any room for error.
When she however goes job searching at a Dallas art studio, an attraction with the artistic Owen Gentry is formed.
She for the first time puts her heart in control, only to find out that Owen is hiding a deadly secret.
Owen must confess if their relationship is to survive, but confessing could very well cause more damage than the actual sin.
Director: Elissa Down
Cast: Katie Leclerc, Ryan Cooper, Nea Dune, Sherilyn Fenn, Rocky Myers, Amy Pham, Kyle Secor, Elliott Smith
Sloan will go to the ends of the earth for those she loves. She in fact does it daily.
Mud stuck in a toxic relationship with the wild and disreputable Asa Jackson, she’ll do whatever it takes to persevere until she finds a way out.
Nothing will get in her way, except Carter.
Sloan is the best thing to ever happen to Asa, while Asa similarly claims to be the best thing to ever happen to Sloan.
He leads an inappropriate lifestyle and nothing will get in his way—except Carter.
Lily has worked incredibly hard for the life she envisions for herself.
Having come from a little town in Maine, she graduated from college, moved to Boston, and launched her own business and even met Ryle Kincaid—the charming neurosurgeon.
Although Lily is his weakness, Ryle is quite confident, stubborn and with a pinch of arrogance.
He however has a “no dating” rule, which makes Lily curious about Atlas Corrigan—the woman he first fell in love with.
Lily and Ryle’s relationship will face the ultimate test when Atlas suddenly resurfaces.
“Not every mistake deserves a consequence."
Nothing about the Voss family is normal.
The once cancer-affected mother resides in the basement, the father is married to the former nurse of the ailing mother, the young half-brother never does anything fun while the eldest siblings are annoyingly perfect.
Merit Voss on the other hand is unlike the rest of the family. Forced to keep her family secrets for the longest times, she one day decides to desert her them for good.
But when her escape plans fails, Merit is forced to face repercussions that could see her lose her one true love.
Charlize Wynwood and Silas Nash have been buddies ever since they were young. Having been in love since they were fourteen, they hold dear memories of their first kiss, their first fight and the moment they fell in love.
This morning however, they are distant strangers.
What really happened to them?
Why were they ever together in the first place if they feel this way about each other?
This book is a collaborative work by Colleen Hoover, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Hopeless, and Tarryn Fisher, the New York Times bestselling author of Mud Vein.
Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling writer on the verge of a financial disaster.
So when Jeremy Crawford, who is married to bestselling author Verity Crawford, offers to finish up the remaining books on behalf of his injured wife, Lowen willingly accepts.
Although Lowen only intends to stay at the Crawford home for perhaps one or two nights to collect all the notes she needs, she finds herself spending more and more time with Jeremy.
In the process however, she comes across a disturbing manuscript that Verity swore to take to her grave.
And for Jeremy, discovering the truth would truly shatter his already grieving heart.
“Learning the truth can sometimes leave you more hopeless than believing the lies.”
That is the lesson that Sky Davis learnt after she met Dean Holder.
Coming with a reputation that could only match her own, and equipped with a mysterious ability to stir her feelings like no one else ever has, Dean terrifies and attracts Sky from their very first meeting.
No longer able to fight off his intense charm, Sky eventually gives in.
It however doesn’t take long for her to discover the source of his unstable and unpredictable behavior.
It truly will test her belief in the dejected boy that she has fallen in love with.
“In order to move forward in life, you must sometimes face the past”
Holder has throughout his life been haunted by thought of the girls he couldn’t save from danger.
He has never moved on, and is constantly searching for the girl in order to make peace with his heart.
Unbeknownst to him however, their meeting will cause even greater pain to him.
In the first installation of the Hopeless Series, we learnt of what happened when Sky Davis, an unsettled girl, met a long-lost childhood friend by the name Dean Holder.
Hopeless was the story of Sky. Losing Hope is the story of Dean.
After an accidental encounter in the dark, eighteen-year-old Daniel and the girl agree to love each other. The only condition however is that their professed love will only last for an hour!
When the hour elapses, the girl takes off like Cinderella, as Daniel tries to convince himself that what occurred was only just make-believe.
A year later, after one awful relationship, Daniel meets Six: a mysterious girl whose name is just as strange as her personality.
There are however no such things as fairytales. And unfortunately for Daniel, finding Cinderella threatens their happily ever after, rather than assuring it.
This third book of the Hopeless Series can also be read as a standalone novel.
Maybe Someday Series
A college student with a stable job, sharing a room with her best friend Tori, and madly in love with her delightful boyfriend Hunter, it’s safe to say that twenty-two year old Sydney has an amazing life.
All that however changes in a split second when she learns that Hunter is cheating on her, and she still doesn’t know what action to take.
Sydney has a mysterious neighbor, Ridge, who she just can’t take her eyes off. For some reason, Ridge also can’t ignore her.
When the unavoidable meeting of the two finally takes place, Sydney and Ridge will realize they need each other in more ways than one.
Also a standalone novel, this book is about friendship, disloyalty and romance.
Warren jumped head first at the opportunity of having a female roommate. It was an exciting change. Or maybe not.
Bridgette, the roommate, is however scheming and unwelcoming. When tensions become palpable and tempers reach boiling point, the two can’t even stand being in the same room together.
But according to Warren, anyone who can hate with that passion can also love with that passion.
Will Bridgette eventually learn how to love?
Maybe. Maybe not.
This second installation of the Maybe Someday Series is a spinoff and can as such be read separately.
What’s more important? Is it friendship, loyalty or love?
Colleen Hoover and Griffin Peterson collaborate once again to bring fans of Maybe Someday back
This book brings together the musical world of Ridge, Sydney, Maggie, Warren and Bridgette, as they go through new relationships and old friendships.
Although it is a follow-up to the New York Times bestselling novel, Maybe Someday, this book should be read after Maybe Not.
Eighteen-year-old Layken becomes the cornerstone for both her mother and younger brother after the sudden death of her father.
Although she maintains a strong outward appearance, she is assuredly losing all hope.
Layken however gets a new lease of life when she meets Will, her new handsome twenty-one-year-old neighbor who so happens to be passionate about poetry slams.
But soon after their first date, the two make a shocking discovery that suddenly ends their new relationship.
When daily interactions become unbearable due to the constant struggle between their true feelings and the forces that pull then apart, poetry will intervene.
In Slammed, young couple Layken and Will had a love strong that it conquered insurmountable challenges to emerge stronger than before.
In Point of Retreat, the story of the two continues where a secret from Will’s past leaves them with doubts about what they thought they knew about each other.
With the very force that holds their relationship weakening, Layken and Will must decide whether they are want to fight for their future, or retreat once again to a life of loneliness and heartache.
"For every love story, there are two sides. This is Will’s side."
Having fought for their love and overcome insurmountable challenges to emerge stronger than ever before, young lovers Layken and Will are now happily married; enjoying the safety and security of their union.
Although Layken loves their new life together, she still has the insatiable desire to know everything about her husband, even though for Will, it only invokes upsetting memories from the past.
Unable to resist his wife’s request however, Will starts revealing his deepest thoughts and feelings, narrating both the good, bad and nasty moments.
In this final part of the Slammed Series, the future of their relationship will depend on how they tackle issues from the past.