Butterfly Bride, A Regency Novel
Lady Runaway, A Regency Novel
Stealing Destiny, A Civil War Era Novel
Ransom's Bride, A Civil War Era Novel
Tassanoxie Series, Small Town Contemporary Sweet Romances
Feather’s Last Dance
“A Christmas Diamond for Merry”
“The Courtship of Serena Smith”
“Love to the Rescue”
She Sat He Stood, What Do Your Characters Do While They Talk
A Dash of Ginger, Sassy Southern Essays
Can her marriage of convenience metamophose in to 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."
When Captain Devlin Carrington cuts off the blood-soaked chemise of a wounded woman to stitch the knife wound, a fortune in jewels spill out. Has he saved a lovely jewel thief only to watch her hang?
Long and Short Reviews 4.5
Familial relationships enrich and the conflicts excite, but the LOVE is memorable. Lady Runaway is a story to enjoy more than once. It is a KEEPER. Reviewed by Camellia
Only Ransom can rescue Angela…and only if she says “I do.”
With a strong plot, plenty of action and a well-drawn backdrop, Hanson's latest is a find for readers who like their romances fast-paced and sensual…
—Kathe Robin, Romantic Times Bookclub
Winner, Historical Category, Gayle Wilson Award Of Excellence
Finalist, Southern Theme category, Holt Medallion
Cross-country chases, renegade former Confederates, horse stealing, and a wicked villain add up to a romantic love-on-the-run. But then, true love never did come easy…
"Hanson has penned a strong story with moments that will pull at your heart strings yet still remain refreshingly delightful and totally enjoyable."
Reviewed by Marilyn, Historical Romance Writers, under title Tennessee Waltz.
Finalist in the Published Historical Category of the Georgia Romance Writer's Maggie Contest.
As a manuscript, Stealing Destiny won Best in Show in Authorlink's New Author Contest.
Have you been to Tassanoxie, Alabama, yet?
Small town...second chances.
There are also recurring characters who people the town, such as Miss Mabel. After a life long career as a reporter for the Tassanoxie Sentinel, she knows something about everyone in town. Be sure and check out her blog at Miss Mabel Talks Tassanoxie.
I also have a how to write dialogue ebook as well as a collection of humorous essays.