Complete Book List

 
My entire list of works, listed by publication date. For buy links, click on the ‘view more’ button. There are also details here about which order Coda books can be read in.

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Promises

Promises

January 8, 2010

Dreamspinner Press

A to Z

A to Z

March 5, 2010

Dreamspinner Press

The Promise

The Promise

March 2010

free short story (unpublished)

The Letter Z

The Letter Z

May 12, 2010

Dreamspinner Press

One More Soldier

One More Soldier

1st ed: July 17, 2010, Silver Publishing

2nd ed: Dec 3, 2014, self-published

Strawberries for Dessert

Strawberries for Dessert

August 6, 2010

Dreamspinner Press

Putting Out Fires

Putting Out Fires

February 14, 2011

Dreamspinner Press

Paris A to Z

Paris A to Z

April 6, 2011

Dreamspinner Press

Between Sinners and Saints

Between Sinners and Saints

May 29, 2011

Amber Allure

Song of Oestend

Song of Oestend

August 22, 2011

Totally Bound Publishing

Blind Space

Blind Space

1st ed: Jan 7, 2012, Silver Publishing

2nd ed: Jan 12, 2014, self-published

Chapter Five and the Axe-Wielding Maniac

Chapter Five and the Axe-Wielding Maniac

1st ed: January 2012, free short story

Re-issued December 2015, self-published

Cinder

Cinder

1st ed: February 4, 2012, Silver Publishing

2nd ed: February 18, 2014, self-published

Saviours of Oestend

Saviours of Oestend

June 25, 2012

Totally Bound Publishing

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

July 30, 2012

Totally Bound Publishing

Second Hand

Second Hand

co-written with Heidi Cullinan

September 10, 2012

Riptide Publishing

To Feel the Sun

To Feel the Sun

February 11, 2013

free short story (unpublished)

Family Man

Family Man

co-written with Heidi Cullinan

March 12, 2013

Samhain Publishing

Flowers for Him

Flowers for Him

co-written with Rowan Speedwell

April 1, 2013

Totally Bound Publishing

Never A Hero

Never A Hero

May 13, 2013

Riptide Publishing

Fear, Hope, and Bread Pudding

Fear, Hope, and Bread Pudding

June 5, 2013

Dreamspinner Press

Normal Enough

Normal Enough

March 16, 2014

Amber Allure

Roped In

Roped In

co-written with L.A. Witt

April 20, 2014

Amber Allure

Release

Release

written as A.M. Sexton

June 24, 2014

self-published

Apartment 14 and the Devil Next Door

Apartment 14 and the Devil Next Door

January 27, 2015

self-published

Ever After

Ever After

March 27, 2015

self-published

Lost Along the Way

Lost Along the Way

April 15, 2015

Dreamspinner Press

Shotgun

Shotgun

May 29, 2015

Dreamspinner Press

Return

Return

written as A.M. Sexton

August 31, 2015

self-published

Winter Oranges

Winter Oranges

November 30, 2015

Riptide Publishign

 

20 Responses to Complete Book List

  1. Serj says:

    Dear Mary,
    My teacher of English encouraged me to read more, but it’s so boring …
    And only your novels made reading fun (luckily they do not translate into the Belarusian language).
    Many thanks for your wonderful work!!!

  2. Tiago says:

    So I’ve read Promises last weekend and I’ve just finished A to Z. I just have to say that you’ve quickly became one of my favourite authors and I can’t wait to read the rest of the Coda series and the rest of your work. Congratulations and thanks.
    I’d also like to ask if you plan on write more books into the Coda series and/or maybe even add a new couple to the series?

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Thanks so much for your comment, Tiago! I’m glad you’re enjoying the Coda series, and I hope you’ll continue to do so. Although those boys will always be close to my heart, I’m working on other things these days. :-) I have no plans to write more books in the series at this time.

      Thanks very much for stopping by!

  3. Teri-Ann says:

    I found out about the coda series when promises was made free on Amazon kindle and I swear have read that book at least 5-10 times! I fell in love with Matt and Jared and am going crazy wanting to read more in this series but unfortunately I don’t have a way too…its seriously heartbreaking…-.-

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Hi Teri-Ann! Thanks so much for your comment. I’m really glad you enjoyed Promises. I hope at some point, you’ll have a chance to check out the rest of the series. If you keep an eye on Dreamspinner’s site, they often have sales. There are also a few short stories available for free on my site, one of which (The Promise) is about Matt and Jared. You can find them on the right-hand sidebar. And if you happen to be on Twitter at all, you might find me there. There often seem to be free giveaways going on, if that helps at all. :-)

      Thanks again! I appreciate you stopping by.

  4. Belén says:

    Hello Marie!
    I readed “One More Soldier” some days ago. And I can’t stop to cry :'(
    I really really liked. But the end..oh god, why? :'(
    It’s a beautiful and tender story.
    You’re awesome, giving a magnific story in short pages. Thank you so much.
    And now I can only read the rest of your books, I bet will be great too.

    Cheers !

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Hi Belen, and thanks for your comment. I’m glad you liked the story, but sorry I made you cry. I’ve been told that story should come with tissues. LOL. The good news is, nearly all my other work comes with Happy Endings. :-)

  5. Rae-Ellen Vogeler says:

    I have read several books and just started to read Promises and was wondering if your books A to Z, Paris A to Z & Letter Z do they need to be read in order? Or could I read them as stand alones
    Thanks, Rae-Ellen

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Hi Rae-Ellen! Thanks for the question.

      If you look here, you’ll find a (rather long-winded) explanation of the order the books can be read in. Basically, each of the novels (Promises, A to Z, and Strawberries for Dessert) work as stand-alones. However, The Letter Z and Paris A to Z are specifically sequels to A to Z, so they don’t work as stand-alones. You wouldn’t want to read TLZ or Paris without reading A to Z first, but you can certainly read Strawberries without having read any of the A to Z books.

      Hope that answers your question. :-)

      Thanks!
      Marie

  6. Gemma says:

    Hi Marie,

    Can I just say, you are my idol (and, thanks to you, Heidi is as well). At the beginning of November last year, I searched for my first gay romance novel and found Promises, I read it, fell in love with Matt and Jared and then needed more. So I continued on, reading all of your Coda books in order and couldn’t believe that I could fall in love with another pairing. I couldn’t put your books down! Needless to say, I ran out of books and needed more so I dashed forwards and fell in love with Heidi’s work too. So I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for making my first experience with this genre a great one and for getting me well and truly hooked.

    I can honestly say, I am eagerly waiting for more.

    Thank you.

    Gemma xx

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Thanks so much, Gemma! I’m glad you’re enjoying our world. I always say, once you find m/m, you never go back. 😉

  7. Madison says:

    Marie,

    Do you have some recommendation on some books I go through one a day and it is getting harder to find ones I haven’t read based on amazons suggestion…. Any help would be great.

    Cheers…

    • Marie Sexton says:

      My first recommendation would be the PsyCop series by Jordan Castillo Price, if you haven’t read those already. They’re fabulous. Other than that, I’d probably just recommend some of my friends: Heidi Cullinan and Rowan Speedwell are both great writers. I’ve also heard fabulous things about KA Mitchell, although I will confess, I haven’t read her books. You might also check out this list Heidi made: http://heidicullinan.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/heidis-favorite-mm-books-of-2011/

      Hope that helps. :-)

  8. God Of Rage says:

    well, you might be surprised…but am a straight guy
    and I totally fell in love with your works..
    great job you did there… ^^
    My fav. at all
    Jared X Matt…
    Cole X Jonathan…
    I must re-read both about 20 times till now…
    and I still feel like reading them again…

    I love your stories drama style, and how you keep the sex depend on the LOVE and The Faithful connotation, you keep the details less and you wrote what’s important and to explain the picture simple and perfect…
    never boring…

    You Are Sure My Fav. Till Now…
    Have More Faith In You…
    Wish You The Best…

    Salute

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Sorry for my late reply! As I said on Facebook, I’ve been in New Orleans! Anyway, thanks for your comments! I’m so glad you’ve been enjoying the books! I have a lot of fun with my Coda boys, and I’m glad they’re finding an audience, even among straight men.

      Thanks again! :-)

  9. Bubz says:

    LOL yes, Marie, I did 😀 Enjoyed them all very much.

    I’ve read all the Coda boys stuff at least once–and have read both From A to Z and the Letter Z twice now. I seem to have an affinity for Angelo :) and I love how different Angelo and Zach are from Jared and Matt (love them, too). Turned another friend onto the series, so you now have 2 new fans! Can’t wait for the Paris story.

    xxx
    Bubz

    • Marie Sexton says:

      Hooray for new fans! Thanks so much, and I’m glad you liked the rest of the series. (I have an affinity for Angelo too.) :-)

  10. Bubz says:

    A friend pointed me to your Strawberries for Dessert story, which I “devoured” while sobbing through the last half, hoping for a HEA :)

    I will be purchasing the rest of your books/stories.

    I read a lot of M/M and count my fave authors as ZA Maxfield, Drew Zachary, Sean Michael, etc., etc.

    Thank you!