Did you know? You can order signed, personalized copies of The Laird Takes a Bride from my local indie bookseller, Auntie’s Bookstore, in beautiful Spokane, Washington. Included with each book will be a special gift from me, just for you! Click here for more info, and to order.
Avon Books and Goddess Fish are hosting this tour celebrating the release of the second book in my Penhallow Dynasty series, and three e-book copies are up for grabs! If you’re interested in entering, be sure to do so this week. The tour wraps up this Friday, on September 29th. And good luck!
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Thrilled to receive a lovely review from Kirkus for The Laird Takes a Bride! Here it is, in part:
Highland spinster Fiona Douglass is forced to attend a house party designed to find a bride for Alasdair Penhallow and has every expectation of being looked over, but after a series of unexpected events, she finds herself married to the intriguing, infuriating man. . . . Berne shows a special mastery for characters who hide their feelings, even from themselves, and yearn, even when they don’t realize it. A difficult love scene is also brilliantly rendered.
A bright, intelligent, heart-tugging romance.
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My family and I are heading east tomorrow to attend a wedding, where we’ll get to catch up with lots of relatives and friends, and we’ll also spend some relaxing days lakeside. Plus, I’m going to be chatting with Bookstr via Facebook Live on Wednesday, June 28th, at 3 pm EST. Join us if you can!
Are you on BookBub, that amazing purveyor of great book deals? A little birdie tells me that You May Kiss the Bride will soon be a featured book! Click here to follow me on Bookbub and make sure you’ll be the first to know. :)
Sarah MacLean has long been an inspiration to me, both through her books and her tireless advocacy for the romance genre, so I was absolutely thrilled that she chose You May Kiss the Bride as one of the month’s best romance novels in her Washington Post column. Here, in part, is what she said:
Read Sarah’s full column here.
I’m so excited to share with you the title for the third book in the Penhallow Dynasty series! Drum roll, please . . .
If you’ve read You May Kiss the Bride, you’ll have met Captain Hugo Penhallow, cousin to Gabriel Penhallow: he makes a dramatic appearance toward the end of the story. Now it’s Hugo’s turn to find his happily-ever-after . . .
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