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I write sex-positive, contemporary romance. My debut novel, Up for Air, won "Sexiest Consent" in the 2021 Good Sex Awards, as well as the 2021 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner in Romance - Sizzle, and the 2021 Independent Press Award in Romance.

My follow up novel, The Road Home, won the 2022 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal in Romance - Sizzle and was a 2022 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist for Multicultural Fiction.

A citizen of the Cherokee Nation, I'm originally from Oklahoma, and currently resides in Austin, Texas. When not writing, I'm usually helping my husband with our never-ending home remodeling adventure or marathon watching British crime dramas.

The Important Details

- I have the same birthday as Lenny Bruce and Fox Mulder
- I’ve lived in Austin since 1995
- I’m a citizen of the Cherokee Nation
- I have a BA in History from the University of Texas at Austin
- I’m a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors, Writers' League of Texas, Indian Women's Pocahontas Club, and a founding member of First Families of the Cherokee Nation
- I swim at Barton Springs, drink Kraken rum, and watch people (not in a creepy way)

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7/3/2022 - Christian Pan
Breathing Between Bars and Bedrooms
3/7/2022 - Shepherd
The best Native romance novels by Native authors by Christina Berry
2/8/2022 - Residence 11
Sex Scene Spotlight from Up for Air by Christina Berry
2/7/2022 - Residence 11 Native Romance by Native Authors by Christina Berry
10/14/2021 - YouTube The Road Home review by Beautifully Bookish Bethany
10/12/2021 - YouTube Zoom Launch Party for "Femme Fatale" Anthology
10/06/2021 - Steam Scenes Podcast Winning Good Sex Awards with Christina Berry
08/14/2021 - IG butfirstletsread FAST FACTS: Get to know the author - Christina Berry
08/02/2021 - IndieReader: Advice from IR Approved Author Christina Berry, “Connect with Other Writers.”
02/15/2021 - Christina Consolino: An Interview with Christina Berry
02/11/2021 - 2021 Debuts Interview: Christina Berry/Up for Air



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“Christina Berry’s The Road Home is a book that had so many dramatic twists I couldn’t put it down. Jake’s journey through a gamut of emotions and life progress was captivating.” — Readers’ Favorite (about The Road Home)
“Driven by a pair of nuanced protagonists teeming with authenticity, THE ROAD HOME is a romance novel with true cross-over potential that easily side-steps any hint of ‘guilty-pleasure’ status.” — IndieReader (about The Road Home)
“Inspire your desire with this Good Sex Award Sexiest Consent Winner and Feminist Sex Finalist! Some of the most erotic, sensual and authentic exploration of BDSM ever!” — The Good Bits (about Up for Air)
“Up For Air is witty, clever, and sexy with depth dipped in the philosophy of the human condition. I look forward to more from this author.” — Readers’ Favorite (about Up for Air)
“A riveting story that has no shortage of sizzle.” — Indies Today (about Up for Air)
“UP FOR AIR is a passionate, well-written novel that strikes the perfect balance between racy and riveting with a stunning narrative about self-discovery wrapped in the sensual embellishments of an adventurous love story.” — IndieReader (about Up for Air)
“A refreshingly nonjudgmental look at opening one’s marriage and heart.” — Kirkus Book Reviews (about Up for Air)
“Up for Air is a raunchy, rollicking, and thoroughly entertaining story with a heart-wrenching undercurrent of love and romance.” — Sublime Book Review (about Up for Air)
Allison Dickson“Every turn of the page is like sipping a smart and sexy cocktail I wish was bottomless.” — Allison Dickson, author of The Other Mrs. Miller (about Up for Air)
Christina Consolino “At turns both sexy and thought-provoking, Up for Air snares the reader early and doesn’t let go.” — Christina Consolino, author of Rewrite the Stars (about Up for Air)
Sarah Zachrich Jeng “The Road Home is nostalgic, hella sexy, and packs emotional depth as well as plenty of narrative surprises. It rocked my world!” — Sarah Zachrich Jeng, author of The Other Me (about The Road Home)
Christina Consolino “Berry’s portrayal of longing and vulnerability is full of sexual tension and heat. Readers will be begging for more.” — Christina Consolino, author of Rewrite the Stars (about The Road Home)
Sara B Fraser “The Road Home is a sweet, fun, sexy romp of a novel. Underlying all of the rock and roll, the hot sex, the roller derbying, the road trips and more, the main character, Jake, finds his way home–to his Cherokee roots and his newfound family. Pure enjoyment! I have to break it to my husband: I think I’m in love with Jake.” — Sara B Fraser, author of Long Division and Just River (about The Road Home)

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