Molly Harper is the bestselling American author behind several critically acclaimed paranormal and contemporary romance novels.
Her career began in 2009 with the publication of her debut book, “Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs.” Since then, she’s joined the ranks among the Romantic Writers of America and become one of the most celebrated authors of today.
Her sexy, spine-tingling tales of vampires and werewolves have earned her an army of loyal fans, and her books have sold millions of copies around the globe. And this year, she’s working on a brand new title. So, there’s never been a better time to explore Molly Harper’s Work.
Molly Harper’s Books in Order
Molly Harper has more than thirty tantalizing novels to explore, but knowing where to begin isn’t easy. So, in this post, I’ll list every book the author has published to date, including her series and standalone titles, so that you can get started on your reading journey right away.
|Sr. No.||Title||Publication Date||Print Length||Publisher||Where to Buy|
|1||The Jane Jameson/Nice Girls Books||December 29, 2009||336 pages||Simon & Schuster||Amazon|
|2||The Naked Werewolf Books||October 27, 2018||352 pages||Simon & Schuster||Amazon|
|3||The Bluegrass Books||December 17, 2012||166 pages||Pocket Star||Amazon|
|4||The Half-Moon Hollow Books||july 31, 2012||356 pages||Simon & Schuster||Amazon|
|5||The Southern Eclectic Books||November 21, 2017||320 pages||Gallery Books publication||Amazon|
|6||The Sorcery And Society Books||October 14, 2021||246 pages||NYLA||Amazon|
|7||The Mystic Bayou Books||September 4, 2018||300 pages||Audible Studios||Amazon|
|8||The Starfall Point Books||October 27, 2022||Audible Originals||Amazon|
|9||Molly Harper’s Standalone Novels||July 27, 2010||320 pages||Simon & Schuster||Amazon|
The Jane Jameson/Nice Girls Books
This witty and sensual paranormal romance series stars Jane Jameson, a former children’s librarian who is transformed into a vampire.
In the first book, Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs, Jane is fired from her job at the library, and so she heads to the local bar to drown her sorrows. During her reckless drinking spree, she meets a mysterious stranger, and before she knows what’s happened to her, she wakes up with an insatiable thirst for human blood.
Now that she’s a vampire, Jane has a few adjustments to make. She no longer needs to breathe, the sun is her enemy, and all that southern food she used to love has to be replaced with bags of red stuff. Oh, and her new roommate is the ghost of her recently deceased aunt.
However, things are about to get a whole lot worse for Jane when she’s accused of a series of murders she didn’t commit.
The Jane Jameson/Nice Girls Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Jane Jameson/Nice Girls novels are interconnected, and the characters and their lives intertwine. So, to get the most out of the series, it’s best to read the books in the order they were published, listed below:
- Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs (2009)
- Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men (2009)
- Nice Girls Don’t Live Forever (2009)
- Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors (2012)
The Naked Werewolf Books
The Naked Werewolf books take us on a journey to Grundy, Alaska, a small town with a big werewolf problem.
In the first book, How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf, we meet Mo Weinstein. Mo has recently moved to Grundy from the lower 48, and she’s just getting to know her neighbors. But one day, Cooper Graham, the surly guy from next door, turns up on her porch, butt naked, with a bear trap attached to his ankle.
At first, she’s confused, but when he turns into a werewolf, everything begins to make sense. Cooper is an alpha wolf who has gone rogue. But despite his bloodthirsty wolverine ways, when he’s in his human form, he’s more concerned for the welfare of his fellow man.
And after hearing reports of a series of wolf attacks in the local area, he begins to worry if he could be the beast behind the bloodshed. After all, he doesn’t remember anything after the full moon rises, and he makes his beastly transformation.
But Mo is sure that Cooper isn’t responsible for the attacks, so she embarks on a mission to find the real culprit.
The Naked Werewolf Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Naked Werewolf novels are interconnected, and the characters and their lives intertwine. So, to get the most out of the series, it’s best to read the books in the order they were published, listed below.
- How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf (2011)
- The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf (2011)
- How to Run with a Naked Werewolf (2013)
The Bluegrass Books
This heartening and hilarious contemporary romance series centers around the Kentucky Tourism Commission and the people who work there.
In the first book, My Bluegrass Baby, we meet Sadie Hutchins, who has been a valued member of the Kentucky Tourism Commission for years. She loves her job, and she’s in with a chance of becoming director when her boss retires in a few months. But then, the slick and sophisticated Josh Vaughn muscles his way in and puts himself forward for the position.
Josh and Sadie couldn’t be more different, and now, with their boss putting them against each other for the director’s post, they’re both ready for an all-out war. But while they’re willing to fight dirty to get what they want, soon, their rivalry is transformed into romance.
The Bluegrass Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Bluegrass books are interconnected by a common theme, but each one tells a new story and features a new set of characters. So, you can read them in any order you choose.
The Half-Moon Hollow Books
The Half-Moon Hollow books are a spin-off from Molly Harper’s hugely popular Jane Jameson/Nice Girl series. The stories are set in the close-knit Kentucky community of Half-Moon Hollow, where humans and vampires live side by side.
In the first book, The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires, we meet Iris Scanlon, the town’s resident daytime vampire concierge. Iris knows all about vampire life, as every day, she runs around town doing errands, fetching bags of blood, taking out the trash, and all the other unglamorous vampire jobs that they don’t tell you about in the movies.
But one day, she finds her handsome new client, Cal, lying on the floor of his kitchen. Someone has poisoned him, and now, he needs a safe place to hide until he can figure out his next move. Iris reluctantly agrees to let him stay at her house for a while, but having a sexy vampire at home is more distracting than she first imagined. And suddenly, their business relationship begins to take on a new dimension.
The Half-Moon Hollow Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Half-Moon Hollow books each tell a different story, so they can be read as standalones. That being said, several characters appear in multiple books, and their stories intertwine. So, to get the most out of the series, it’s best to follow the publication order listed below.
- The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires (2012)
- Driving Mr. Dead (2012)
- A Witch’s Handbook of Kisses and Curses (2012)
- Undead Sublet (in The Undead in My Bed anthology) (2012)
- I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas (2013)
- The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire (2015)
- The Single Undead Moms Club (2015)
- Fangs for the Memories (2015)
- Where the Wild Things Bite (2016)
- Big Vamp on Campus (2016)
- Accidental Sire (2017)
- Peace, Blood, and Understanding (2019)
- Nice Werewolves Don’t Bite Vampires (2020)
The Southern Eclectic Books
This six-part contemporary romance series is set in the quaint little community of Lake Sackett, Georgia.
In the first installment of the series, Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck, we meet high school sweethearts Carl and Marianne. When they were young, they were inseparable, and they both thought they’d be together forever. But then Marianne, terrified of being stuck in this small town for the rest of her life, left Carl and ran off to college to chase her dreams.
Now, years later, Marianne has returned to Lake Sackett to visit her family, and she and Carl are immediately drawn to each other. And just like in the good old days, sparks begin to fly. Now, this once-happy couple will have to decide if it’s finally time to give true love a chance.
The Southern Eclectic Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Southern Eclectic books each tell a different story, and they can be read as standalones. That being said, several characters appear in multiple books, and their stories intertwine. So, to get the most out of the series, it’s best to follow the publication order listed below.
- Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck (2017) (novella)
- Sweet Tea and Sympathy (2017)
- Peachy Flippin’ Keen (2018)
- Ain’t She a Peach? (2018)
- A Few Pecans Short of a Pie (2019)
- Gimme Some Sugar (2019)
The Sorcery And Society Books
This collection of young adult fantasy novels stars Sarah Smith, a fourteen-year-old girl who is forced to live a double life.
Ever since she joined Miss Castwell’s Institute for the Magical Instruction of Young Ladies, she’s been masquerading as some called Cassandra Reed. Nobody knows her secret, and if they did, her time at the institution would be over. That’s because Sarah is a Snipe, bound by duty to serve the magical Winter family. And that’s exactly what she has done her whole life up until now.
Snipes aren’t supposed to have powers, but one day, she was caught levitating a vase in the parlor, and her secret was exposed. And now, she’s embarking on her magical training as her alias, Cassandra. But if Sarah doesn’t figure out how to keep her secret under wraps, her hopes for the future could come crashing down around her.
The Sorcery and Society Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Sorcery and Society novels are interconnected, and the characters and their lives intertwine. So, to get the most out of the series, it’s best to read the books in the order they were published, listed below.
The Mystic Bayou Books
The Mystic Bayou books were published as Audible exclusives, meaning they’re only available as Amazon audiobooks or as ebooks independently published by the author. Each story in the collection is set in the tiny remote swamp town of Mystic Bayou, a place where supernatural creatures live side by side with their human counterparts.
In the first book, “How to Date Your Dragon,” anthropologist Jillian Ramsay is sent to Mystic Bayou on behalf of the League for Interspecies Cooperation. Her mission is to find out how the town’s supernatural and human residents have coexisted in harmony for so long.
But when she arrives, she has a hard time getting any information from the locals. They don’t take kindly to outsiders, especially ones asking so many questions. The town’s sheriff, Bael Boone, is particularly frosty at first. Jillian isn’t even sure if he’s human, but the more she gets to know him, the more she can’t get him out of her mind.
The Mystic Bayou Books in Reading and Publication Order
The Mystic Bayou books are interconnected by a common theme, but each one tells a new story with a new set of characters. So, you can read them in any order you choose.
- How to Date Your Dragon (2018)
- Love and Other Wild Things (2018)
- Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues (2019)
- Selkies Are a Girl’s Best Friend (2020)
- Always Be My Banshee (2020)
- One Fine Fae (audio novella)(2020)
- Shifters in the Night (2021)
- A Farewell to Charms (2022)
The Starfall Point Books
In 2022, Molly Harper began a brand new series, Starfall Point, with the debut title Witches Get Stuff Done. The story centers around Riley Denton-Everett, a lost and lonely young woman who has always felt like she was missing a piece of herself.
One day, Riley gets a mysterious message beaconing her to Starfall Point. According to the message, she’s a Denton, Starfall Point is where she belongs, and all will be explained to her once she arrives on the island.
It turns out that she’s inherited a crumbling old mansion from her recently deceased aunt, and it’s packed to the rafters with haunted artifacts. And within the house lies the secret truth: she’s more powerful than she ever could have imagined.
Riley comes from a family of witches, and now, it’s time for her to take her rightful place on Starfall, and continue the legacy that her forebearers left behind.
The Starfall Point Books in Reading and Publication Order
Molly Harper’s Standalone Novels
As well as her popular series listed above, Molly Harper has also penned two standalone novels. Here they are in the order they were published.
Molly Harper is a master of supernatural romance, and her spine-tingling tales have made her one of the most famous names in the genre.
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