Rachel Gibson (writer)

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Rachel Gibson
Born DOB unknown
United States
Pen name Rachel Gibson
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Period 1998–present
Genre Romance
Spouse Mr. Gibson
Children 3

Rachel Gibson (b. Boise, Idaho, United States) is an American author of contemporary romance novels.


With the publication of her first novel in 1998, Simply Irresistible, Gibson became a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.[citation needed] Since her first book Gibson has gone on to win a RITA award, The Golden Heart Award, the National Reader’s Choice, Amazon Editor’s Top Pick, Publisher Weekly’s Quill nominee, and Borders bestselling romantic comedy for 2006.[citation needed]


  • The Trouble With Valentine's Day: Borders Books Best Romantic Comedy 2006
  • True Confessions: 2002 RITA Awards Best contemporary Novel winner
  • Not Another Bad Date: 2009 RITA Award Best Contemporary Novel winner



Single novels[edit]

  • Truly Madly Yours (1999)
  • It Must Be Love (2000)
  • True Confessions (2001)
  • Lola Carlyle Reveals All (2002)
  • Blue By You (2013)
  • What I Love About You (2014)
  • Just Kiss Me (2016)

Chinooks Hockey Team Series[edit]

  1. Simply Irresistible (1998)
  2. See Jane Score (2003)
  3. The Trouble with Valentine's Day (2005)
  4. True Love and Other Disasters (2009)
  5. Nothing But Trouble (2010)
  6. Any Man of Mine (2011)

Lovett, Texas[edit]

  1. Daisy's Back in Town (2004)
  2. Crazy On You (2012)
  3. Rescue Me (2012)
  4. Run To You (2013)
  5. I Do! (2015)

Writers Series[edit]

  1. Sex, Lies, and Online Dating (2006)
  2. I'm in No Mood for Love (2006)
  3. Tangled Up In You (2007)
  4. Not Another Bad Date (2008)

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

References and sources[edit]