Lisa Plumley

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Lisa Plumley is the USA Today best-selling author of more than three dozen popular novels published by Kensington and Harlequin. Her work has been translated into multiple languages and editions, and includes contemporary romances, western historical romances, paranormal romances, and a variety of stories in romance anthologies. Her fresh, funny style has been likened to such reader favorites as Rachel Gibson, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, and Jennifer Crusie, but her unique characterization is all her own.

Lisa’s alter ego is cozy mystery writer Colette London, whose Chocolate Whisperer series—featuring globe-trotting chocolatier (and amateur sleuth!) Hayden Mundy Moore—is available now from Kensington Books. The series includes Criminal Confections and Dangerously Dark and will be followed by The Semi-Sweet Hereafter in October 2016.

Books

Contemporary Romance

Historical Romance

Paranormal Romance

Novellas

Short Stories

Series/Related Titles

Note: all series books are listed in reverse publication date order (newest first)

Kismet Christmas series (Zebra)

Morrow Creek series (Harlequin Historical)

"Perfect" series (Zebra)

Honors

Interviews

Selected Praise

"Plumley makes her third trip to Kismet, Mich. (after Home for the Holidays) in this laugh-out-loud Christmas romp. This sweet romance tugs at the heartstrings from the beginning and doesn’t let up until the final page." —Publishers Weekly

"Lisa Plumley creates charming characters. Her books are a delight!" —Rachel Gibson

"Once again, the talented Plumley, whose books include Perfect Switch, proves that when it comes to writing romantic comedy, few do it better." —Booklist (starred review)

"You’ll fall hard for Lisa Plumley’s newest laugh-out-loud romantic adventure. Falling For April is fast, funny, and fantastic! A sure fire hit!" —Christina Skye, author of My Spy

"This is hilarious, nonstop screwball comedy with zany, lovable characters. Plumley is the equal and more of [Sue Civil-Brown] and [Rachel Gibson]." —Library Journal

"Sparkles with sassy, wise cracking, off-the-wall fun!" —Kasey Michaels

"Turning not-so-perfect, unlikely characters into romance heroes and heroines is Lisa Plumley's forte, and she once again delivers a zany cast who will make you laugh!" —The State newspaper

"There aren’t too many authors known for their consistent humor. Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Jennifer Crusie come to mind. Remember the name Lisa Plumley. Her humor is natural, never forced or contrived. If I wasn’t grinning, I was smiling." —The Romance Reader

External Links

References

  • Kensington: Lisa Plumley [1]
  • Harlequin: Lisa Plumley [2]
  • Worldcat: Lisa Plumley [3]
  • "Lisa Plumley" in RT Book Reviews [4]