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Subject: Catherine Anderson
Date Posted: 2/20/2010 12:41 PM ET
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Do her books have to be read in order???  I just received Early Dawn and want to know if I should read others before this one.

Date Posted: 2/20/2010 1:49 PM ET
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Keegan's Lady is the first one in the "series." It is about Eden's brother,  Ace. It is one of my most favorite Catherine Anderson books--so it probably wouldn't hurt to read Keegan's Lady first.

While I usually believe in  reading  romances in any order I want (as long as it is not a series about just one heroine), I think that reading Keegan's Lady might enhance your appreciation of Eden's character and  let you get to know her history (But I haven't read Early Dawn yet)....

Given that, I must say that it's not like the Harry Potter series where you would be lost if you read ahead! For the most part authors usually review everything you need to know in the books anyways !

But again, I am bias because I Super Duper Trooper love Keegan's Lady!

Date Posted: 2/20/2010 1:59 PM ET
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Phyllis,

 

  Thanks, I will get Keegan's Lady and start reading

Date Posted: 2/20/2010 4:04 PM ET
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Keegan's Lady was really good.

Date Posted: 2/20/2010 4:11 PM ET
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Loved Keegan's Lady.I love all her books so maybe my opinion doesn't hold that much weight. 

I just looked her up on Fantasticfiction and it shows the series order as Keegan's Lady and Summer Breeze. It shows Early Dawn on there but not in any of the book lists but still as an upcoming release.  My guess is that you don' thave to read them in order.  But that reading Early Dawn first might spoil some of what happened in the other 2. 

I'm glad you asked because I didn't realize that these were sequels to Keegan's lady.  I have both of htem and now I can read them for the Serial Challenge.

Date Posted: 2/20/2010 5:09 PM ET
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Oh yeah-- I forgot summer breeze--but that one didn't mention Eden  (which is the heroine of Early Dawn)....So I'd say it isn't a big deal to skip over that one for now.