fun, funny, fast-paced stories
Coming December 3
Book Three of the Love and Work series
A Weekend with Warren, a Romantic Comedy Novel
A workplace rivalry takes an unexpected turn.
Book Two of the Love and Work series
Santa Bring Me a Ryan, a Romantic Comedy Novel
A whimsical, holiday romp that brings together love, family, and the Christmas spirit.
(New book cover–same book content as published in Dec. 2019)
“Fast-paced, sweet and funny!”
“I’ll be buying Rene’s next book”
“I’m from Missoula, MT and loved her description of the town and winter there.”
“an inspiration for those who never give up on love”
Book One of the Love and Work series
Fake It Til She Makes It, a Romantic Comedy Novella
An ex-boyfriend. A company weekend retreat. A fake relationship. What can possibly go wrong?
*Hit Amazon’s Top 100 Bestseller Lists for American Humorous Fiction and Humorous American Literature*
“Terrific Romantic Novella”
“A quick, funny romantic read”
“Nora and Jacob were so cute together”
“I want more!”
“Loved loved loved this read!!”
Rene Penn writes fun, funny, fast-paced romantic comedy fiction. When Rene isn’t writing, she likes to go on walks with her husband, scours the internet for delicious recipes, and despite her allergies, dreams of owning a cute dog someday. She lives in southern California.
I’m pleased to announce that my next book, A Weekend with Warren, will come out on December 3. Yay! This will be book three of my sweet, romantic comedy Love and Work series and will feature Bridget, an ex-beauty queen, and Warren, a.k.a. “The Top Dog of Sales.” Bridget and Warren work together at anContinue reading “A Weekend with Warren”
Last fall, hubby and I moved to California. Though it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, change is still change. And we have to get used to everything that comes with our new surroundings. Including ants… Spiders… And fires. Eek! Apparently, ants like the end-of-summer climate around here. It’s hot. It’s dry. AndContinue reading “Eek! CA Ants, Spiders, and Fires”
What’s happening to our summer? It’s going by so fast. It’s already late-August. Sheesh. I’m clearly not keeping up. But time has been weird during the pandemic, hasn’t it? The days can be slow yet fast. They go by in a blur or hover like a cloudy haze. Bizarre, indeed. I hope that you andContinue reading “Summer is passing so fast…”