I’ve been debating this on and off during the year, and I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s not a good idea to put more than a few books in any one series. After you get beyond book 5, things start getting complicated.
What I’ll do is label books in the same “world” a “Collection” (as I have been doing on some) but I’ll divide the books that specifically link up to each other into “series” to help people find books that directly link to each other.
For example, Eye of the Beholder, His Redeeming Bride, and Isaac’s Decision really are a series within the series. Another example is Catching Kent. That will connect with His Convenient Wife and Jacob Larson and Adam Larson’s future romances to make for four books where we see the same characters intertwining in the books.
So I’ll be categorizing the books that span more than three or four books in a series and making them their own series.
The series that will stay in order are those that only have 3-4 books in a series already, like the South Dakota Romance Series and the Native American Romance Series.