Review roundup!

So very pleased and thankful for the nice things people are saying about The Worst Duke in the World! Here are some of them.

“Sparkling . . . Series fans will be thrilled.”The Worst Duke in the World by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)
—Publishers Weekly

“There are pigs, pumpkins, and pamphlets, oh my! And a charming, fairy tale-like sensibility powering the latest blissfully romantic addition to Berne’s Penhallow series. . . . Filled with endearingly quirky characters, plenty of droll wit, and a number of clever literary grace notes, including a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it homage to the most perfect porcine-inspired piece of children’s literature ever written, this is a transporting, transcendent triumph.”
—Booklist, starred review

“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.”

“As light as a meringue and as sweet as honey, this romance is deliciously satisfying down to the last drop.”

“Deftly funny . . . A nice portrait of what courtship is like for a dedicated single parent.”

“A light-hearted, humorous escapade [and] a delightfully fun read. . . . The writing is brilliant, and readers will thoroughly enjoy The Worst Duke in the World.”
—Romance Reviews Today

“Lovely. . . . The romance is thrilling. . . . Cuddle in for an excellent read!”
—The Reading Cafe

“Unique. It isn’t like any other historical romance novel you may have read. This book features a Duke completely different than any other Duke one has ever met. . . . A bright, hilarious, yet romantic tale.”
—Urban Book Reviews

“I enjoyed every minute of this book. It was simply delightful from start to finish. . . . I found myself smiling throughout.”
—Handsfull Mama

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