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Jane Austen, inspiration for romance authors

I had a blast writing this little think-piece for Bookish on how Jane Austen continues to inspire romance novelists everywhere. Please enjoy. Graphic: "How Jane Austen Continues to Inspire Romance Novelists," a think-piece for Bookish by Lisa Berne, author of You May Kiss the Bride (Avon Books)

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“Heralds a bright new voice in the genre”

So pleased to share with you this lovely review for You May Kiss the Bride from RT Reviews!

Graphic: Praise for Lisa Berne's You May Kiss the Bride (Avon Books) from RT Reviews

 

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“Will dazzle readers . . .”

Thrilled to share with you this starred review from Booklist for You May Kiss the Bride!Graphic: Booklist has given a starred review to Lisa Berne's You May Kiss the Bride (Avon Books, April 2017)

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A Barnes & Noble top bookseller pick!

So happy to share with you this great news about You May Kiss the Bride.Graphic: You May Kiss the Bride (by Lisa Berne; published by Avon Books) named a B&N top bookseller pick for April 2017

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“A terrific historical romance debut”

Bustin’ my buttons — to employ a charming old-school expression — at this post by Bobbi Dumas on her Kirkus blog. I especially love Ms. Dumas’ comments about my heroine, Livia, and her nemesis Cecily (whose unpleasant machinations never quite work out the way she intends them to).

Graphic: "A terrific historical romance debut that I can't recommend highly enough." -Bobbi Dumas, Kirkus Romance, on You May Kiss the Bride by Lisa Berne (Avon Books, April 2017)

 

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And speaking of buttons a-bustin’, click here to read the starred review Ms. Dumas mentions.

 

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“A face carved by angels”

Jazzed to see You May Kiss the Bride featured in Barnes & Noble’s sparky Romance Roundup column! I especially like Cristina Merrill’s description of my hero, Gabriel Penhallow, as having “a face carved by angels.” What a gloriously romantic turn of phrase! Here’s the cover if you want to take a peek at that angelic countenance. :)Cover for YOU MAY KISS THE BRIDE by Lisa Berne (Avon/HarperCollins)

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A Tasty book tour

To celebrate the publication of You May Kiss the Bride — yesterday! wow! — Avon Books and Tasty Book Tours are hosting a virtual tour, featuring excerpts, reviews, a Q&A, and a giveaway. Click here to check it out!Graphic: Tasty Tours hosts a virtual tour for Lisa Berne and her debut book, You May Kiss the Bride (Avon Books, April 2017)

 

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A starred review in Publishers Weekly!

Thrilled! Graphic: An excerpt from the Publishers Weekly starred review for You May Kiss the Bride by Lisa Berne (Avon Books, March 2017)

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A Bookish “must-read”!

Bookish has named You May Kiss the Bride one of its spring 2017’s “must-read” romances! (With the clever tagline “I now pronounce you reader and book.”)Graphic: "Love in Bloom: Spring 2017’s Must-Read Romances" via Bookish

So many fab books. More titles for my TBR list!

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Q&A with RT Book Reviews VIP Salon

Thrilled to be featured in RT Book Reviews‘ VIP Salon in conversation with senior editor Emily Walton, who asked some very thoughtful and fun-to-answer questions — about my writing inspiration, characters in You May Kiss the Bride, how I approach research, and more.

Photo: cover of You May Kiss the Bride (Avon Books, April 2017) and author Lisa Berne, via RT Reviews

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