I... okay, with a tag like that, I'd end up reading it just for the sake of reading it.
You can review Price, but at this point there's six books. To ask someone to read them all is unreasonable. Fortunately, my series is a lot like Discworld in structure (that's really the only way they're alike)- there are multiple series that are unrelated, focusing on separate characters and storylines and you don't need to read all of them, simply a given story's sequel chain.
So, which would you prefer...
1- Death of a Hero (name change pending) and its sequel Nothing Given. A boy and his quest to be the very be... uh, I mean, to revenge-murder a serial killer with superpowers while attempting to deal with the crap that is life, romance, and gang politics. Takes a long look at revenge themes and the cycle of violence. It is very much inspired by Arthurian legends. I even manage to work in a sword, and dismemberment. So much dismemberment.
2- In Triplicate and Threefold. Something of a prequel to the first- different characters, different state, and arguably the darkest thing I've ever put to paper. I would not recommend this for the squeamish. This one runs heavy on "family" themes and was loosely inspired by Tristan and Isolde.
3- Blue Steel and Blue Wall- Two shorter novels of the High Adventure style of serial novels and shows I grew up with back in the late 80s/early 90s. I get to drop in references to Quantum Leap, Six Million Dollar Man, and the like. It's more event and less character driven than my usual style, while still keeping to the core themes of the setting.
So, yeah, pick the one you wanna read.
PS- erotica is not a thing you'll have to read in any of them- I prefer the "fade to black" method of sex in storytelling.