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Update!

Hello, friends! A quick note to say that my family and I are in the process of moving AND I’m on deadline for my next Penhallow book.

Graphic: Update, shared via LisaBerne.com

In short, I’m a busy bee, and you’ll be hearing more from me a bit further down the road. :)

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Sale alert!

The ebook edition of You May Kiss the Bride, book 1 of my Penhallow Dynasty series, is currently downpriced to $1.99 across all retailers!

Graphic: "A masterful Regency debut . . . A sheer delight." -Kirkus Reviews (starred) for You May Kiss the Bride by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

Click here to see all your options, read an excerpt, and listen to an audio sample, too.

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Sale alert!

Are you a fan of print books? ALL of mine are currently downpriced at HarperCollins.com!

Graphic: The Penhallow Dynasty series by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

Here are your links!

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Giveaway!

In honor of Feelgood Friday, I’m hosting a giveaway over on my Facebook page! The winner will select the book of their choice. Stop on by for your chance to win!

Graphic: "Between the pages is a lovely place to be," shared via LisaBerne.com

 

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Insta love!

In other words, I’ve finally hopped onto Instagram!

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If you’re there too, let’s connect. :)

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Q&A with Bookish Jottings (& a glowing review)!

I was so pleased to be interviewed for the Bookish Jottings blog, in which we talked a bit about me and my books, and especially about my latest release, Engaged to the Earl Photo: Lisa Berne, author of the Penhallow Dynasty series (Avon Books)what inspired it, who’s my favorite character, and more! Too, we chatted about what got me started writing historical romance, how I go about my research, my favorite writers, and my advice for aspiring authors.

Plus a five-star review for Engaged to the Earl! Here’s an excerpt:

Lisa Berne’s historical romances are an absolute joy to read! Her writing is crisp, fresh and spirited, her humor witty, stylish and full of gusto and flair and her ability to pen a funny, captivating and poignant romance packed with rich period atmosphere absolutely superb.

Engaged to the Earl is a delightful, sparkling and spellbinding historical romance that is absolutely irresistible. Gwen and Christopher are terrific characters who are Image: Engaged to the Earl by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)wonderfully nuanced and they leap off the pages and straight into readers’ hearts. I also loved how brilliantly Lisa Berne fleshed out the secondary characters . . . and how enjoyable the sub-plots were without detracting from Gwen and Christopher’s love story.

A splendid historical romance full of aristocratic hi-jinks, delicious humor and tender emotion, Lisa Berne’s Engaged to the Earl is an immensely enjoyable Regency tale aficionados of the genre will not want to miss.

Isn’t that lovely?!?

Click here to read the full blog post.

And for more info about Engaged to the Earl, including all the various ordering options and access to a free excerpt, click here to go to the Avon Books/HarperCollins site.

 

 

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Pick-a-Penhallow giveaway!

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that giveaways are FUN! So I’m very happy to be sharing copies from my Penhallow Dynasty series on my Facebook page, the Avon Readers and Authors group, and the Avon Historical Romance Readers group!

Graphic: The Penhallow Dynasty series by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

Stop on by for your chance to win! And, of course, feel free to visit all three pages for additional chances!

Want to learn more about the series? You can read a juicy excerpt, discover all the various order options (in print, ebook and audio), and check out the nice things people are saying about them.

Cover image for The Worst Duke in the World by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

What happens when a Very Bad Duke meets an Extremely Delightful Woman? Coming your way January 12!

P.S. The fifth book in my series, The Worst Duke in the World, is available for preorder! Click here to go to the Avon Books/HarperCollins site for more info.

 

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For your viewing pleasure!

Here it is . . . The glorious cover for The Worst Duke in the World! What do you think of Anthony (my sweet goofball hero) and Jane (my lovely strong-willed heroine)?

Cover image for The Worst Duke in the World by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

A wayward duke must choose: will he be the bad hero in a love story gone awry, or the brave & clever hero who risks everything for true love?

Coming your way January 12! For more info, and to preorder, click here to go to the Avon Books/HarperCollins website to see your options in print, ebook and audio. Or, if you’d prefer to click through directly:

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Giveaway!

I’ve got two copies of The Bride Takes a Groom — a slow-burn, marriage-of-convenience story featuring a cheerful cinnamon-roll hero and a dark, brooding, bookish heroine — to share! Stop by my Facebook page for a chance to win.

The Bride Takes a Groom (Avon Books) by Lisa Berne, named a Kirkus Best Book of the Year

Want to learn more about The Bride Takes a Groom? You can read a juicy excerpt, listen to an audio sample, and check out some of the nice things people have been saying about it over on the Avon Books/HarperCollins website.

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Newsletter alert!

Coming on the 20th! My next newsletter, which I’m especially excited to be sharing . . . It’s going to include an exclusive Q&A with fellow Avon author Caroline Linden, a giveaway of her newest book, About a Rogueand a juicy, never-been-seen-before excerpt from my next book, The Worst Duke in the World: Jane and Anthony’s first kiss!

Image: VIP Reader via LisaBerne.com

Remember, as a subscriber, you’re automatically entered into all my giveaways. If you haven’t yet signed up, would you like to? There’s an easy-peasy form here on my site, and on my Facebook page, too.

 

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