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Author Interview,  Giveaway,  Hope-filled Fiction

Zoom Author Interview with Lisa Renee & a Giveaway

By Deena Adams

I hope you’ll enjoy meeting my Australian author friend, Lisa Renee. If you like what you hear about her novels, please consider purchasing and leaving positive reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, and other bookish platforms.

She’s graciously agreed to gift an e-copy of her book, Polarized Love, to one person who comments on this post.

Thanks so much for the interview, Lisa Renee. It’s been such a pleasure getting to know you and hear more about your writing journey.

Join the conversation. Do you like reading Christian romance novels? Does a series about a second chance at love sound like something you’d enjoy? Do you have any questions for Lisa Renee about her writing or her country?

Be sure to comment by April 20 for a chance to win an e-copy of Lisa Renee’s book!

Polarized Love by Lisa Renee

Click the book cover for Amazon purchase link

Polarized Love begins with a fun, romantic encounter on the shores of Rottnest Island. An American Navy chaplain meets a feisty Australian journalist investigating the Quokka mystery. 

Why are the rare marsupials dying on the Island? Will the handsome American, Lachlan Peters, help Bethany Michaels with her cause or distract her from her mission? 

Beth has served her family and father’s church faithfully, and now it’s her turn to leave the nest and spread her wings. But does her dad push her into the arms of the right man to launch his daughter into her God-given destiny?

When an American sailor, Nick DeHann, arrives on the shores of the West Coast of Australia, Beth is swept away with the promise of high aspirations. As the rushed relationship unfolds, Beth finds herself torn between following someone else’s dream or settling for the comfort of home and all she’s ever known.

Lachlan Peters returns to San Diego from his time in the Navy and tries to gain his footing in a life that has passed him by. Will Lachlan realize what he’s missing out on before Beth commits to another man? 

Chock-full of romantic comedy, fast-paced action, and inspirational romance, Polarized Love offers a life lesson you won’t soon forget.

Click here for your free kindle copy of the first six chapters of Polarized Love!

Lisa adores children enough to have seven of her own. Two are adults, and five children remain at home. Recently, Lisa has taken up breeding Ragdoll cats instead of breeding humans.

The tribe lives in Australia, where Lisa and her husband enjoy their writing projects and publishing ventures.

Lisa Ren’ee is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Omega Writers, Australia.

Connect with Lisa Renee: Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / BookBub / Goodreads/ YouTube / Amazon

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As a Jesus girl for more than thirty years, Deena Adams understands how important hope is to daily life, which fuels her passion to inspire others through hope-filled fiction based on true to life stories. She is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency and is a multi-award-winning writer, an active ACFW member, and ACFW Virginia president. Connect with Deena through her website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


        • Margaret Holahan

          Hi Lisa

          Thanks so much. I’ve just downloaded the book and am looking forward to commencing reading during my lunch break!


  • Lisa Renee

    Yes, Traci. It does start like a romance novel, but readers are surprised where the story leads. I address mental health misunderstandings within the church and it’s great how the pastor and Christian psychologist come together on how to help people who have these struggles.


    Lisa Renee

  • Janet DeCastillia

    Enjoyed watching the interview. I enjoy books which are based on true stories so I look forward to reading Polarized Live!

  • Traci Winget

    You sound like a very interesting person! God-bless you and your 7 kids, and now your cat adventure 😊
    I’m not a huge fan of Christian romance novels, they seem end the same way. The beginnings of your novel sounds like it might take a twist and I anticipate reading it with great curiosity.