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Sweet contemporary romance, sensual historical romance, humorous essays, and ways to improve your writing. It's all here at www.GingerHanson.com.
ButterflyBride

CHAPTER 1

Kensington, England
1811

A night of debauchery did not eradicate the truth. He was to marry a stranger. A young, wealthy stranger, but undoubtedly cross-eyed and homely as a horse.

His stomach felt as if a covey of quail had taken up residence in it.


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Can her marriage of convenience metamorphose into a love match?

Butterfly Bride received a 5 star Crowned Review from InD'tale Magazine!

This story just shows that love does not come easily, it takes work and respect. There is absolutely no putting this book down! It can only be read in one sitting.

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She Said He Said
New release!


Dialogue is the hardest working element in the fiction toolbox. She Said, He Said: The Power of Dialogue explores the many ways dialogue enhances storytelling.

From the great “said” debate to dialogue pitfalls to avoid and everything in between, this writing skills book will be a valuable addition to your writing library. Written with the new and intermediate writer in mind,
She Said, He Said: The Power of Dialogue is a companion book to award winning author Ginger Hanson’s book, She Sat, He Stood, What Do Your Characters Do While They Talk? (4.5 Star Review on Kindle).

Available now!

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Lady Runaway
A Regency Novel


Fleeing arrest by a spurned suitor, Lady Riana Travistock heads for London where she is knifed in a street brawl when she helps a man attacked by footpads. Luckily for Lady Riana, the victim of the attack is army surgeon Captain Devlin Carrington who takes her home to tend her injury.

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Stealing Destiny
A Darring's Angels Novel


The Civil War took everything from Billie D’Angelo and she is determined to retrieve her horse Destiny from the Yankee officer who commandeered him during the war.

When Grayson catches a young ragamuffin trying to steal his horse, he should hand the rapscallion over to the authorities…

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Ransom's Bride
A Darring's Angels Novel


Two dreams kept Ransom alive while he was in a Federal prison during the Civil War–Sabrina and his ranch. He’s come to claim Sabrina, but she’s dead. And now her sister Angela is in trouble up to her beautiful gray eyes. Not only is she a former Confederate spy, but she’s been charged with murdering Sabrina.

Ransom can rescue Angela…but only if she says “I do.”

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She Sat He Stood
What Do Your Characters Do While They Talk?



Geared for the new and intermediate writer,
She Sat He Stood focuses on how to incorporate body language, props, and setting into scenes to give your dialogue more depth. If you're interested in crafting dialogue that showcases emotions, don't pass this up.

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Susannah’s Promise
A Tassanoxie Novella



Susannah Warden is trapped in a life she doesn’t want, but she made a deathbed promise to her mother. When archeologist, Dr. Perry Elliston, arrives in Tassanoxie, he reminds Susannah of the future she once wanted.


Will Susannah free herself from the bonds of her promise and get a chance at love?

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And that's not all! Two novels and three short stories are also available in the Tassanoxie series. Plus, I have a collection of humorous essays, mostly centered around life in a small town.

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