All right, time for me to be the most obnoxious kind of author and say that the Snowverse doesn’t really have a reading order.
(Though for individual series, yes, start and Book One and make your way through the series chronologically, otherwise it won’t make sense.)
So, if you don’t already know, most of my series take place in the same universe, and I call this the “Snowverse” after the protagonist in the Freya Snow series, which is the longest running series in this universe.
The other series all take place at different points in the timeline and follow different characters, with characters often crossing over between series.
So, people often ask me for the correct reading order.
Now, all of the Snowverse series are designed so that they can be read on their own, and my advice is nearly always to start with whichever series appeals to you the most.
Don’t get stuck reading the mermaid paranormal romance trilogy just because it’s first in the in-universe chronology when YA urban fantasy is more your speed.
And don’t get stuck reading the YA urban fantasy because it’s the first book I released when you’d prefer the adult F/F urban fantasy romance.
But yes, if we’re all happy that none of this is prescriptive, and that you won’t lose anything if you decide not to read some of the series, then there are some sections where the series cross over in such a way where, if you’re reading all of them, you probably want to read them in in-universe chronology (with a few exceptions).
I’ve listed all of the Snowverse books below in their in-universe chronology, along with a description of how it ties into the other books and what spoilers it may contain.