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The Redemption of Philip Thane
Book 6 of the Penhallow Dynasty series
How many times can a rake get it wrong . . . before he becomes Mr. Right?

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Book 5 of the Penhallow Dynasty series
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“Attention, Bridgerton fans: if you’re ready to delve deeper into the world of historical romance, The Worst Duke in the World is a fun place to start.”
Popsugar

“Enchanting . . . Champagne in book form — bubbly, fun, and intoxicating.”
Entertainment Weekly

Booklist Starred Review “Blissfully romantic . . . a triumph.”
Booklist, starred review

A wayward duke must choose: will he be the bad hero in a love story gone awry, or the brave and clever hero who risks everything for true love? The acclaimed Penhallow Dynasty series continues in this fresh, fun, funny tale!

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Book 4 of the Penhallow Dynasty series
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Booklist Starred Review“The author’s effortlessly elegant writing and impeccably rendered Regency setting are perfectly paired with a full cadre of exquisitely realized characters and a delightfully done friends-to-lovers love story that is fueled by equal measures of sweet charm, sharp wit, and heart-melting sexual chemistry.”
Booklist, starred review

“Full of witty banter and sweet romance . . . a must-read for Regency fans.”
Publishers Weekly

A spirited debutante — a brash adventurer — the perfect fiancé — and good intentions gone terribly, deliciously bad. The Penhallow Dynasty continues in this sparkling Regency romp!

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Book 3 of the Penhallow Dynasty series
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Star“An elegant, poignant, and joyful romance and a must-read for Regency fans.”
Kirkus, starred review

Publishers Weekly Red Star“Beautifully written. Regency fans will love this forthright, intellectual heroine and affable, resourceful hero.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review

“With perfectly polished prose, a rare gift for creating superbly rendered characters, and a sense of wit that rivals Georgette Heyer at her best, Berne gifts romance readers with the third sterling addition to her not-to-be-missed, Regency-set Penhallow Dynasty series.”
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A Kirkus Best Book of the Year
A BookPage Best Romance of the Year
A Fresh Fiction “Fresh Pick”
A Publishers Weekly “Big Title of Spring”

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THE LATEST FROM LISA BERNE

“Swear jar”

Guilty as charged.

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Thrilled to let you know that three more Penhallow Dynasty books are coming your way!

Graphic: 3 new Penhallow Dynasty books!

Featuring the younger brothers of Captain Hugo Penhallow in The Bride Takes a Groom — all grown up and the heroes of their own stories!

Cover for The Bride Takes a Groom by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

A Kirkus Best Book of the Year
A BookPage Best Romance of the Year
A Fresh Fiction “Fresh Pick”
A Publishers Weekly “Big Title of Spring”

Would you like to meet — or renew your acquaintance with — Hugo? Click here to read the prologue and Chapter 1.

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Bookwheel!

For those of us who like to read more than one book at a time!

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Via @HaggardHawks on Twitter: “Invented by the Italian engineer Agostino Ramelli in 1588, a bookwheel is a rotating library.”

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