Order of Laurelin Paige Books
Laurelin Paige is an American author of contemporary romance novels. She is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Laurelin can’t help but love a good romance, and gets excited whenever there is some kissing (which may embarrass her daughters). When not reading or writing her sexy stories, Laurelin could be singing, watching Game of Thrones and the Walking Dead, or perhaps dreaming of Michael Fassbender.
Laurelin Paige made her debut as a novelist in 2013 with the novel Fixed on You. Below is a list of Laurelin Paige’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Fixed Books
|Fixed on You||(2013)|
|Found in You||(2013)|
|Forever With You||(2014)|
|Falling Under You||(2016)|
Publication Order of Lights, Camera Books
Publication Order of Found Duet Books
Publication Order of First and Last Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Notes: Porn Star was written with Sierra Simone. Screwmates was written with Kayti McGee. Cherry Picker / Try For Love contains the story Cherry Picker by Paige, and Try for Love by Kayti McGee.
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Laurelin Paige Synopsis: First Touch is the first First & Last book by Laurelin Paige. Emily Wayborn is finally her own woman. After a string of shameful relationships and reckless partying with her best friend Amber, she’s now a successful voice actress, her crazy past and everyone in it far behind her. Until she receives a cryptic voicemail from her former friend that sends her spiraling into the darkness she thought she would never again see. One thing is clear from the message, Amber is in trouble. Determined to track down her friend, Emily follows a chain of clues that leads her to Reeve Sallis, a gorgeous and equally dangerous hotelier known for his power games and shady dealings. Now, in order to find Amber, Emily must return to her playgirl ways to uncover his secrets and track down her friend. But as she becomes more entrenched with him, she finds she’s drawn to Reeve and his depravity despite her growing conviction that he may be the one responsible for Amber’s disappearance.