A Note on the Pink for All Seasons Reading Order

I’ve had a few questions and comments from Pink Enthusiasts wanting to know what order we’re reading the next few books in. Thanks for asking!

I dithered for a bit over whether or not to read the Pinks in their order of publication or their chronological order for the year the books are set in. Then I realized that Lauren has a recommended reading order posted on her website. Don’t you love it when other people solve your problems for you?

Et voilà:

Pink Order

I love that Lauren includes where the novellas fall in the time line as well. Very helpful!

Following along with Lauren’s recommended order, here are the books for the next few months:

  • December: The Deception of the Crimson Rose
  • January: The Mischief of the Mistletoe
  • February: The Temptation of the Night Jasmine
  • March: The Betrayal of the Blood Lily

Of course, if it will make you feel twitchy or queasy read the books in a different order from their publication order, do your thing! We’ll all catch up to each other eventually.

Beth will be back tomorrow to discuss more Pink III – see you then!

6 thoughts on “A Note on the Pink for All Seasons Reading Order

  1. There is a novella missing from the list, “Away in a Manger,” it should be between Mistletoe and Night Jasmine and is about Arabella & Turnip’s wedding night

  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for posting this reading order for us again! About the novellas, I still love all glimpses of Lord and Lady Uppington. I would love a prequel story or their backstory or a new story where they carry on the family spy tradition or something. I find them so delicious. Maybe it is only me, but I do adore them.

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