Chronological List



I get this question so many times… is there a chronological order to my novel? The answer is, for the most part, NO. There is no chronological order. All of my novels are designed so you can read any one of them, at any time, and not have to have read other books to understand what is going on. I say this because nearly every novel has cross over characters – in other words, heroes or secondary characters that have appeared in other books. I like to say that my books have ‘groups’, like family groups, and the group that they belong to will be indicated right on the cover. The exception to the family group rule is, of course, the series – Dragonblade, Dr. Trent/Dr. Burton, or the Lords of Thunder series.  It helps if you read them in order but it’s not crucial. You can still figure out what’s going on.

That being  said, there are some novels to read in conjunction with others – or before others – but, again, you can still read them in any order because chronology is not necessary to understand what is going on.
As I mentioned, I have many crossover heroes (and crossover secondary characters) that appear in other books – for the heroes, some of them appear pre-their novel, some of them appear post, but that doesn’t mean it’s chronological. They just happen to appear as a cross over and it has nothing to do with the storyline of ‘their’ novel.

I hope this helps because I can’t get more specific than this. You may run across secondary characters that have appeared in other books, or brothers or relatives of heroes in other books, but that would be too lengthy to list. My advice is to just start reading and be pleasantly surprised when you run across characters you’ve already read about, and if a character has the same last name as a hero in another book, they are definitely related somehow (cousin, brother, ancestor, descendant, etc.). There ARE no coincidences in my world if someone shares the same last name.

Most of all – do yourself a favor and get the Reader’s Guide, THE MEDIEVAL WORLD OF KATHRYN LE VEQUE, on Amazon.  It contains all of the great houses and family groupings, and is invaluable when navigating my 50+ books.  You can get it here: The Medieval World of Kathryn Le Veque on Amazon


For those of you who like to read related series, here are the family groups. They do NOT need to be read in any order, but I have listed them CHRONOLOGICALLY IN ORDER of the year the book takes place (so a son will appear after his father, and so forth). Hope this helps all of you OCD readers! 🙂

Updated book list as of 6/2018

De Wolfe Pack

Warwolfe 1066 De Wolfe Pack Gaetan de Wolfe
The Wolfe 1231 De Wolfe Pack William de Wolfe
Nighthawk 1269 De Wolfe Pack Patrick de Wolfe
DarkWolfe 1272 De Wolfe Pack Troy de Wolfe
ShadowWolfe 1273 De Wolfe Pack Scott de Wolfe
A Joyous de Wolfe Christmas 1274 De Wolfe Pack William & Jordan’s kids
Serpent 1283 De Wolfe Pack Bhrodi de Shera
A Wolfe Among Dragons 1287 De Wolfe Pack James de Wolfe
Scorpion 1289 De Wolfe Pack Kevin Hage
Dark Destroyer 1357 De Wolfe Pack Gates de Wolfe
The Lion of the North 1461 De Wolfe Pack Atticus de Wolfe
Walls of Babylon 1471 De Wolfe Pack Kenton le Bec

De Russe Legacy

The Falls of Erith 1305 De Russe Legacy (also Noble line of de Nerra) Braxton de Nerra
Lord of War: Black Angel 1356 De Russe Legacy Brandt de Russe
The Iron Knight 1408 De Russe Legacy Lucien de Russe
Beast 1431 De Russe Legacy Bastien de Russe
The White Lord of Wellesbourne 1485 De Russe Legacy Matthew Wellesbourne
The Dark One: Dark Knight 1486 De Russe Legacy Gaston de Russe
Dark Moon 1518 De Russe Legacy Trenton de Russe

De Lohr Dynasty

While Angels Slept 1139 De Lohr Dynasty Tevin du Reims
Rise of the Defender 1192 De Lohr Dynasty Christopher de Lohr
Steelheart 1192 De Lohr Dynasty David de Lohr
Spectre of the Sword 1203 De Lohr Dynasty Rhys du Bois
Archangel 1204 De Lohr Dynasty Gart Forbes
Godspeed 1216 Earls of East Anglia/de Lohr Dynasty Dashiell du Reims
Unending Love 1234 De Lohr Dynasty Maddoc du Bois
Shadowmoor 1236 De Lohr Dynasty Daniel de Lohr
Silversword 1266 De Lohr Dynasty Chad de Lohr

Lords of Thunder/De Shera Brotherhood

The Thunder Lord 1258 De Shera Brothers Gallus de Shera
The Thunder Warrior 1258 De Shera Brothers Maximus de Shera
The Thunder Knight 1258 De Shera Brothers Tiberius de Shera

House of de Winter

Lespada 1264 House of de Winter Davyss de Winter
Swords and Shields 1300 House of de Winter Drake de Winter

D’Vant Bloodlines

Tender is the Knight 1228 D’Vant Bloodlines Dennis d’Vant
The Red Fury 1233 D’Vant Bloodlines Andrew d’Vant

Ancient Kings of Anglecynn and Ceri

The Whispering Night 1197 Ancient Kings of Anglecynn and Ceri Garren le Mon
Netherworld 1197 Ancient Kings of Anglecynn and Ceri Keller de Poyer

Battle Lords of de Velt

The Dark Lord 1180 Battle Lords of de Velt Ajax de Velt
Devil’s Dominion 1205 Ascent of the House of de Llion Bretton de Llion

Dragonblade Series

Fragments of Grace 1294 Dragonblade Keir St. Hever
Dragonblade 1326 Dragonblade Tate de Lara
The Fallen One 1331 Dragonblade Mathias de Reyne
Island of Glass 1333 Dragonblade Kenneth St. Hever
The Savage Curtain 1333 Dragonblade Stephen of Pembury

De Reyne Domination

Guardian of Darkness 1200 De Reyne Domination Creed de Reyne
With Dreams 1272 De Reyne Domination Eryx de Reyne

Great Knights of de Moray

Shield of Kronos 1196 Great Knights of de Moray Garret de Moray
The Gorgon 1235 Great Knights of de Moray Bose de Moray

Haus von d’Aurilliac

Valiant Chaos 1469 Haus von d’Aurilliac Brogan d’Aurilliac

High Warriors of Rohan

High Warrior 1217 High Warriors of Rohan (also sequel to Godspeed, de Lohr Dynasty) Bric MacRohan

Highland Warriors of Munro

The Red Lion 1288 Highland Warriors of Munro Jamison Munro
Deep Into Darkness 1290 Highland Warriors of Munro Jamison Munro

House of de Bretagne

The Questing 1298 House of Bretagne (also related to Swords and Sheilds, de Winter) Cortez de Bretagne

House of de Garr

Lord of Light 1192 House of de Garr Roane de Garr
Realm of Angels 1197 House of de Garr Rhogan de Garr

House of St. Hever

Queen of Lost Stars 1320 House of St. Hever (same family name in Island of Glass, Fragments of Grace) Kaspian St. Hever

House of Summerlin

The Legend 1282 House of Summerlin Alec Summerlin

Noble Line of de Nerra

Vestiges of Valor 1170 Noble Line of de Nerra Valor de Nerra
The Falls of Erith 1305 Noble Line of de Nerra Braxton de Nerra

Lords of Eire

Black Sword 1323 Lords of Eire Devlin de Birmingham

Pirates of Britannia

Lady of the Moon 1444 Pirates of Brittania/Lords of the Sea Rhodes de Leybourne
Leader of Titans 1445 Pirates of Brittania/Lords of the Sea Constantine le Brecque
Sea Wolfe 1447 Pirates of Brittania/Lords of the Sea Rhoan de Wolfe

Great Marcher Lords of de Lara

Lord of the Shadows 1215 The Great Marcher Lords of de Lara (same family name in Dragonblade) Sean de Lara

The Crusader Series

The Crusader 1192 The Crusader Kieran Hage
Kingdom Come 1193 The Crusader Kieran Hage

The Great Lords of Le Bec

Great Protector 1402 The Great Lords of le Bec (family name in BEAST, de Russe Legacy) Richmond le Bec

Lords of de Royans

Lord of Winter 1187 The Lords of de Royans Juston de Royans
To The Lady Born 1388 The Lords of de Royans Weston de Royans

The Crusader Knights of Ashbourne

Upon a Midnight Dream 1194 The Crusader Knights of Ashbourne Rennington of Ashbourne

The High Kings of da Derga

Echoes of Ancient Dreams 980 The High Kings of Da Derga Conor da Derga

Kingdom of Hendocia

Kingdom by the Sea 1101 The Lore Chronicles Rhonan

The Master Knights of Connaught

The Darkland 1515 The Master Knights of Connaught Kirk Connaught

The St. John and de Gare Clans

The Warrior Poet 1266 The St. John and de Gare Clans Christian St. John

The Warrior House of Forbes

The Highlander’s Hidden Heart 1335 Warrior House of Forbes (also related to Archangel, de Lohr Dynasty) Jackston Forbes

Knights of de Dere

Of Love and Legend (Ever My Love) 1145 De Dere Tyren de Dere


Note: All Kathryn’s novels are designed to be read as stand-alones, although many have cross-over characters or cross-over family groups. Novels that are grouped together have related characters or family groups.

Series are clearly marked. All series contain the same characters or family groups except the American Heroes Series, which is an anthology with unrelated characters.

There is NO particular chronological order for any of the novels because they can all be read as stand-alones, even the series.

For more information, find it in A Reader’s Guide to the Medieval World of Le Veque.