Melissa L. Webb

8636cd4a02880a7f023595.L._V402124250_SX200_Melissa L. Webb was born in Visalia, California, in 1978. Her parents moved to Northern California three and a half years later.

Melissa joined police explorers, worked at Wal-Mart, and got engaged (and unengaged) all while in high school.

After high school, Melissa quit Wal-mart and decided to travel the country in a small van packed with one dog, one cat, and her best friend. After three weeks of seeing the real world, she decided to come back to Northern California and once again settle into a real job.

Since then, Melissa has been a supervisor at a grocery store and a home care giver. She’s also become an ordained Cleric and has presided over two wedding ceremonies.

Melissa is still currently living between the ocean and the redwoods in Northern California, with her chihuahua, Buffy. She now spends her days tutoring students.

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Bell, Book, and Sandals

Bell, Book, and Sandals

Sometimes life can be a real witch. Meet Maxie Duncan. Your average 23-year-old blonde. If you can call being wealthy, gorgeous, and knowing what the future holds at times, average. After her fiancé blindsides her with a breakup at their favorite restaurant, she leaves Maine for a shot at being Hollywood’s new ‘it girl.’ There’s only one problem. She’s never acted a day in her life. When a big Hollywood director sends her packing, she realizes if she wants to stay in L.A., she may have to become a normal girl after all. But normal has never been in the cards for her. Strange things keep happening wherever she goes, a red-eyed shadow no one else sees is stalking her, and to top it off, she may be falling in love again, with either the bookish guy next door, or Hollywood’s hottest leading man. But everything isn’t what it seems. Someone’s keeping secrets from her. Is it her new friends at the apartment building she moved into? Or is it Ryan Everheart, the actor who wants to sweep her off her feet? And why are her feet suddenly floating off the ground? It’s enough to drive a girl insane. All Maxie wants to do is ride off into the sunset with her one true love and find a killer pair of Manolo Blahniks on the way. But how’s a girl supposed to focus on a love life and shopping when everywhere she turns someone or something is trying to kill her?

What Other’s Are Saying About Bell, Book and Sandals
“Melissa Webb has done it again!! She is a fantastic author and has such a talent. I so enjoyed getting to know Maxie and I love everything about her!! I love the romance and the magic found inside! I can’t wait for the next installment!!” – Anne Murray
“I just finished reading the very entertaining novel, “Bell, Book and Sandals”, which is the beginning of the Maxie Duncan series by the talented Melissa L. Webb. I found myself giggling, shaking my head at the quirkiness of Maxie and intensely addicted to how her tale would be told. Drama, romance, paranormal goodies out the wahoo, and plain old fun to read. Highly recommended…and looking forward to more in this series.” – Cynseer Booklover
“I really enjoyed reading Bell, Book, and Sandals it’s a entertaining read. Maxie has such a great personality reminds myself a lot of me in the emotional aspect since I’m not blonde or rich. The book delves right in drawing the read and not letting go till the end. I actually couldn’t put it down and had to finish it in one sitting.” – Mandy Sickle
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