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Publication Order of Betting on Love Books

Betting on the Boy Next Door (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Betting on the Best Friend's Brother (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Betting on the Brainiac (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Creekville Kisses Books

Kiss Me Now (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kiss the Girl (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kiss and Tell (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Scrooge and the Girls Next Door (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Cocoa Kisses (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Fairy Tale Flip Books

Publication Order of Gentlemen of Magnolia Bay Books

The Royal's Best Friend (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Love in New Orleans Books

Publication Order of Tangerine Street Romance Books

with Heather B. Moore, Julie Wright
The Fortune Cafe (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Boardwalk Antiques Shop (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Mariposa Hotel (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Delilah's Desserts (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Publication Order of Just One... Books

Just One Word (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Just One Chance (By: Jenny Proctor) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Her Last First... Books

Her Last First Dance (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Her Last First I Love You (By: Brittany Larsen) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Her Last First Date (By: Jenny Proctor) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Love, Not Luck (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Sweater Weather Books

Just Don't Fall (By: Emma St. Clair) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Fall Back Plan (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Can't Help Falling (By: Courtney Walsh) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Faking the Fall (By: Julie Christianson) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Easy as Pie (By: Carina Taylor) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Not So Fictional Fall (By: Savannah Scott) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Absolutely Not in Love (By: Jenny Proctor) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Anthologies

The Perfect Gift(2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Wedding Belles in Four Parts(2018)Description / Buy at Amazon

Melanie Bennett Jacobson is a bestselling inspirational, historical romance, and general romance fiction novelist.

Aside from her writing, she loves to describe herself as a champion shopper, amateur cook, and avid reader. Before she became an author, she used to be employed as a teacher of English.
She published “The List,” her debut novel in 2011, and has never looked back.

Jacobson substituted fun writing for high school English classes and went to the Vermont College of Fine Arts, where she got her Writing for Children and Young Adults master’s degree.
She is also a two-time winner of the Contemporary Romance Whitney Award and USA Today bestselling author.

She met her husband online and they now live happily married in California with their children and all manner of doomed houseplants.

Her passion for writing began when she was still a kid growing up in Baton Rouge. As a child, she used to stand by the typewriter and dictate poetry to her father, even before she learned how to read.
She loved stories and grew up among many storytellers with renown in the community. Melanie Bennett Jacobson was also lucky that she was the child of two bookworms who loved to read stories.

Melanie began writing LDS novels as she discovered that there were many worthy stories with confident, strong, and lighthearted that were not being told.

Many of these stories were not necessarily trials of faith with firm testimonies and issue-driven themes. For the most part, they are built around the idea that being a Mormon does not have to be hard and super serious all the time and it is fun to be LDS.

Now that she is a bestselling author, she spends most of her time writing her fiction works.

Melanie Bennett Jacobson has said that the best part about writing is that she gets to share her stories with people all over the world and in the process has also come to make a ton of friends.
When she is not writing her novels, she can be found reading romantic comedies, pining after beautiful shoes, consuming chocolate, and watching chick flicks.

Melanie Jacobson’s novel “Kiss Me Now” is the fascinating romance story of Ian and Brooke.

His grandmother had informed him that she would be changing her will and leaving her mansion to her new neighbor. This had set off all manner of warning bells and red flags in his head as he believed the new neighbor must be a gold digger and con artist.
He decides to bring his investigation skills to bear so that he can find out everything about the new neighbor. Since he had once done investigations for one of the biggest law firms in Washington D.C., he knows how to dig deep.

After several years working in D.C. which she found to be soul-sucking, she loves living in the small town of Creekvile. She is loving her first summer in the small town before she starts work as a biology teacher as she renovates the house left to her.
She learns a lot from Miss Tily who seems to be a gardening expert. But then Ian who is the absentee grandson of Miss Lily her neighbor comes around and starts making all manner of accusations.

He seems to be a great guy who loves his grandmother and has a working moral compass. However, his years working as an investigator in the city have made him very suspicious of just about everyone.

“Kiss the Girl” by Melanie Jacobson tells the fascinating love story of Grace Winters, a 26-year-old woman. While she is in her mid-twenties, she is forced to leave behind a promising career so that she can take charge of her father’s hardware store.
She has been in Creekvile for several months but cannot wait until she can leave and intends to keep the locals at arm’s length until she is out of there.

But she thinks the new high school coach is charming and cute, even if she intends to subject him to the same treatment.

Noah Redmond the coach is well aware that Grace is in Creekville for a few weeks, even if she is the sexiest and funniest woman he ever met.

He teams up with her to defeat the matchmaking schemes of so many people in Creekville who are determined to get them together. But then they are thrown together as they need to build a Christmas booth for the biggest event in town.
He believes this could just be the opportunity to escape from the friend zone. Thankfully, Grace agrees to fake a relationship with him which is just Noah needs to get a promotion at work.
Their plan works perfectly but things start getting complicated when they share a passionate kiss which changes everything.

Melanie Jacobson’s novel “Kiss and Tell” tells the story of a glamorous celebrity chef named Tabitha Winters who loves her growing empire and her life in New York.
But then she is invited by her old friends to go attend a fundraising gala at the world summer camp where they once were employed as counselors.

She cannot turn down the invitation, even if it means she has to relive the many memories of a romance gone wrong.

It is not long before she learns that there is an elaborate prank being played on her as she spots the heartbreaker Sawyer Reed who should not be at the gala.

When she learns the truth, she learns that it is wilder than anything she could ever have imagined. While it has been years since he broke her heart, he intends to collect on a pact they made while they were both dumb children.
When Sawyer asks her to give him a few days to prove that the flame still burns bright, she agrees just to prove that he is wrong. She believes that their love died that fateful day when he broke her heart about a decade earlier.
But she never guessed that he knew her better than he had a right to, or that he had the best ideas for dates that would quickly wear down her resistance.

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