Q. What’s the reading order for the Reed Brothers series?
A. The books are written so that they can be read out of order, but if you want to keep up with the timeline and meet the brothers and the Zeroes in order, its:
1. Tall, Tatted, and Tempting
2. Smart, Sexy and Secretive
3. Calmly, Carefully, Completely
4. Just Jelly Beans and Jealousy
5. Finally Finding Faith
6. Reagan’s Revenge and Ending Emily’s Engagement
7. Maybe Matt’s Miracle
8. Proving Paul’s Promise
9. Only One
10. Beautiful Bride
11. Zip, Zero, Zilch
12. Christmas with the Reeds
13. Good Girl Gone
14. While We Waited
15. Holding Her Hand
16. Yes, You
17. Always April
18. I’m In It
19. A Reed Brothers’ Valentine’s Day Miracle
20. Don’t Doubt (Aug 12, 2019)


Q. Why do you write about disabilities?
A.  I don’t write about disabilities. I write about people. Their disabilities don’t define them.  In my head, their disabilities are no more important than their eye color, their hair color, or their personality quirks when it comes to character development. Will their disabilities offer unique challenges? Definitely. But so will being stubborn or fearful or snarky.  True story — when I started plotting TTT, I asked myself how I could keep my hero and heroine apart.  Well, what if he can’t hear? If he can’t hear, he would just write things down for her or text them.  Well, what if she can’t read? And that’s how Emily and Logan were born.



6 thoughts on “FAQ’s”

  1. I have to say I love the fact that you characters have disabilities and you write how their disabilities don’t define them because that is how I feel. I have a physical disability called Diastrophic Dysplasia which is a form of dwarfism and despite being physically different emotionally I am emotional and mentally equal to my peers. I felt I was able to connect tremendously with Logan while reading TTT. Keep writing please I love your books so much!

  2. Mrs. Falkner,

    Will there be a book about Sam? I noticed that as I was looking up all the Reed Brother Trilogy books I did not see a book for Sam. And I was just wondering if you are going to write about his story so it’ll go along with the other brothers’. Will Sam have his story?

    Yours Truly,
    Mrs. Lisa Ireland

  3. I’m just wondering when the next book will be out? I love this series ! Got the email at 1:30 am that mmm was out I downloaded it a read all night !

  4. I love the fact that you write about people with some type of disability. Growing up the youngest of four with a mild case of cerebral palsy. I know how I wanted to do everything that my siblings did. I was very lucky to have the parents that I did, because they never let me be “handicap” they let me do everything that they let my siblings do. Even though handicap and disability mean the same thing. In my view disability means you just don’t do it the same way as a person that doesn’t have a disability, and handicap means you let people do it for you. So I want to thank you for writing this series.

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