Bio: Ginger Hanson is a former college history teacher who found writing historical romance a natural outlet for her love of history. While Lady Runaway is her first foray into the Regency period, her two award-winning Civil War era historical romantic adventures were published in 2004.
In addition to writing fiction, her feature articles have appeared in magazines, newspapers and ezines. She currently writes, revises, and
copyedits federal government handbooks. An experienced presenter, she has taught workshops at local and regional writers' conferences as
well as Romance Writers of America's national conference. She also teaches online writing classes.
After a vagabond life as an Navy brat and Army wife, Ginger convinced her husband to retire in southeast Alabama where they now live with a rescued Great Dane named Sir Sterling Silver and Scooter the cat. Her daughter is an officer in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Take one heroine and hero gripped in relationship limbo. Stir in a possible media scandal. Sprinkle lightly with a three-year-old child. Add one potential mother-in-law, a former boyfriend, a celebrity reporter hot for a story break and a Hollywood starlet. Knead above ingredients. Cover and let rise in a warm place. Bake for 31 chapters. Yield: Ellie's Song, the story of shy folk artist Ellie Kellson who loves country singer Lane Walker, but abhors the media attention he needs to be a successfu... more info>>
Faith Featherstone made two mistakes as a teen. First, she fell in love with Justin Worthington and ended up pregnant. Then, she ran with the wrong crowd and was arrested for shoplifting. Worried about ruining Justin's life, she gives the baby to her older sister. Faith knows her son will have two loving parents, she will be a part of his life, and he will know his biological father because her sister is married to Justin's brother. Her only request? Be named Matthew's legal guardian in their wi... more info>>
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. When Dev cuts off her blood-soaked chemise to stitch the knife wound, a fortune in jewels spill out. Has he saved a lovely jewel thief only to watch her hang?