FAQs

Do you have questions about the Salvation Society? You’re not alone! Here are some of the most frequently asked questions!

What is the reading order of the Salvation Society?

There is none!

Each book is a complete standalone and can be read in any order. None of the books in the Salvation Society are tied to each other (unless the author does it to their own stories). The only thing that they all have in common is they’re set in Corinne Michaels’s Salvation Series!

Will I see my favorite Salvation Series SEAL in these books?

Yes!

You will see one, two, maybe even all of them. Some are deeply embedded in the Salvation Society while others are appearances to enhance the story. Either way, all of the authors write in Corinne’s world and you will get a glimpse of the SEALs.

Will I see the same characters in other author’s books?

Yes.

Each author can write whatever story using anything in the world (other than Corinne’s main couples). So, you may see the kids, side characters, new characters being used by many different authors in different ways. None of the author’s books are tied to each other.

You’ll definitely see the Salvation Series kids appear and as main characters by several authors all having completely different storylines. This is the fun part of writing in a world, reading the same story and making your own version of what happened.

Where can I get the books? And what’s the price?

They are all available FREE in Kindle Unlimited and some are in audiobooks!

Who can write in the world?

Any published author can submit to write in the world. Just click the link and fill out the submission form.

Do I need to read the Salvation Series first?

You don’t have to, but it may make more sense. If you’ve never read the original series, you can get the first two books free!

Which story ties to my favorite books in the Salvation Series?

There are so many, but we’ve done our best to make it easy for you to find a story you’ll love.

Want to read the Salvation Series kids? Check out the legacy section.

Want to read a specific trope? Check out the stories broken down that way.

Want to read about your favorite Salvation Series family? You can pick which author incorporated them.