Gina Danna

Gina Danna

A USA Today Bestselling author, Gina Danna was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and has spent the better part of her life reading. History has always been her love and she spent numerous hours devouring historical romance stories, always dreaming of writing one of her own. After years of writing historical academic papers to achieve her undergraduate and graduate degrees in History, and then for museum programs and exhibits, she found the time to write her own historical romantic fiction novels. Now, under the Texas sun and with the supervision of her three dogs, she writes amid a library of research books, with her only true break away is to spend time with her other life long dream --- her Arabian horse --- with him, her muse can play.

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What We Do For Family

on November 21, 2016

“Where do you get your ideas?” It’s a question I get asked all of the time—as do many authors I know.  The answer is varied.  I get a lot of ideas from my research.  Or from a song or a snatch of random conversation.  Or just from out of the ether.    But curious people… Read More

Lords, Ladies and Lost Girls . . .

on November 8, 2016

  Whether your reading tastes run to Scottish lords and ladies or sexy soldiers and lost girls, November has the title you crave. From Valerie Bowman comes The Legendary Lord, Book 6 in her Playful Brides Series. Christian Forester has fled the crowded ballrooms of London for the peace and quiet of his remote Scottish… Read More

Pursuing Publication

on September 9, 2016

by Kat Martin I’m sure every author has an interesting tale of how he or she got published.  Mine is sort of a merry-go-round story that began when I met my husband, Larry.  He had written a Western saga and as we began to date, he asked if I wanted to read it.  Being a… Read More

New eBooks for a Romantic September

on September 6, 2016

Given that many of you have spent the last three months of lazy summer days devouring eBooks like a box of Godiva chocolates, it stands to reason it is high time to replenish your eBook stash. Welcome to September—complete with cooler temperatures and new eBooks and eNovellas galore. New York Times Bestselling Author Madeline Hunter… Read More

Highland Deception and the Laird’s List

on August 24, 2016

By: Lori Ann Bailey It’s finally here. Release week for Highland Deception. So, in honor of this special week, I’m going to tell you a little bit about the book, then the Cameron laird will tell you how he thinks the novel should have gone. Scotland, 1642. Maggie and Lachlan must fight their growing attraction, battling… Read More

What is it about Reunion Romances?

on August 15, 2016

I’m celebrating the release of A TASTE OF SEDUCTION, book #5 in my Disgraced Lords series. It’s a reunited lovers story, and where you learn the identity of the series villain. A TASTE OF SEDUCTION The flames of desire fuel a torrid reunion as USA Today bestselling author Bronwen Evans returns with another captivating novel… Read More

How to Recognize a Rake; or, A Treatise for Young Ladies who should Know Better

on August 5, 2016

He’s a charming young man, isn’t he? He has impeccable manners, lovely eyes, and the most angelic smile ever to grace a pair of masculine lips . . . And he’s as wicked a rake as London’s ever seen. You’re an innocent, my dear—a naive young lady embarked on your first season in London society…. Read More

WHITE LIES MIGHT GET YOU INTO TROUBLE

on July 6, 2016

Admit it. You’ve told a white lie at some point in your life. We all have. The phrase a white lie originated in the early 18th century. This minor/polite/harmless fib is usually an untruth you tell to remain tactful in a situation. It’s not meant to be harmful. It simply shields another person from a… Read More

Somewhere On a Beach

on June 21, 2016

Nine months out of the year, “the beach” to most Americans means a strip of white sand in a tropical paradise, be it the shores of Florida or Costa Rica or Hawaii. But as summer officially begins this week — with a heat dome creating triple digit temperatures in much of the American West —… Read More