Note: I recently tweaked the timeline for a few books. Amazon does not always auto-update books, so if you previously purchased the books your edition may have a slightly different timeline in relation to Someone Like You and the epilogue in Finding His Mark. Changes were made on June 1, 2019.

Warning: Timeline includes SPOILERS for HEA’s for some couples. Proceed with CAUTION.

2013: Stealth Ops team is formed under the leadership of President Rydell. Scott & Scott Securities is established as a cover story. In Someone Like You and My Every Breath,  Noah, Grace, and Cade, are unaware of the true “Stealth-Ops” missions and only know of the cover story.

2013: All RECRUITMENT prologues are in 2013 except Asher since he joined later.

2015 (May): Grace and Noah meet in Someone Like You. Owen, Jessica, and Luke make appearances in this book as Grace and Jessica met when Jessica took a gig for Scott & Scott by outfitting Grace’s company with cyber protection – these types of gigs help fund the Stealth Ops missions since there is limited government funding for Stealth Ops missions.

2015 (summer): Cade King ends engagement with governor’s daughter

2016 (April): Noah proposes to Grace.

2016 (October/November): Noah and Grace get married & soon after discover they are pregnant (not aware they’re having twins yet).

2017 (January): My Every Breath begins. Cade meets Gia.

2017 (End of May): Emergency C-section (Grace has twins).

2018 (January): Finding His Mark begins. Eva and Luke meet.

2018 (April): Finding His Mark epilogue (new epilogue in the updated edition). Eva and Luke announce they’re having a baby.

2018 (September): Finding Justice begins.

2018 (November): Eva and Luke have baby Lara.

2018 (December): Christmas party (bonus scene). Owen proposes to Sam.

2019 (Jan-May): Finding the Fight.

2019 (May): “Triple” weddings in Vegas. Luke decides the company may need to rebrand Scott & Scott now that he’s married to Eva.

2019 (May): Finding Her Chance begins. 

2020 (Summer): BBQ at Liam’s in bonus scene 4 (Note: Knox’s book releases in 2019, but the story takes place in 2020 due to the election time line).