Butterfly Bride

Butterfly Bride

by Ginger Hanson
Butterfly Bride

Butterfly Bride

by Ginger Hanson



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Abandoned at the alter when her new husband hies off to Canada, Hope Templeton Westcliffe petitions the Church for an annulment of her marriage to the Marquis of Pennleigh. Hope is willing to risk ostracism from society to win her freedom from this travesty of a marriage, because not only has her husband been gone for seven years, he loves her sister.

Set in Regency England, Butterfly Bride centers around a well-meaning father who wins a wager and obtains a titled husband for his adolescent daughter. He convinces his daughter to marry the young man and then ships his new son-in-law off to Canada. The hero returns to England to discover his child bride has blossomed into a lovely woman.

She has also filed a petition for an annulment of their marriage.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161841365
Publisher: Saderra Publishing
Publication date: 01/15/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

When she was 12 years old, Ms. Hanson won her first writing contest with a short story about her puppy. Encouraged by winning a pen set, she decided to become a writer. This decision led her to take journalism and creative writing classes while in college. Her personal essays, short stories, and articles have appeared in numerous newspapers, magazines, and newsletters. In addition, she did a stint as a clean up writer/copy editor on Federal Aviation Administration handbooks.

A history major in college, she married her love of storytelling with the past to write her first novel. Several manuscripts later, a major publishing house published her two Civil War historical romance novels. She ventured into the Regency period with her third published novel.

Ms. Hanson also writes contemporary romance. Publication of two novels and a short story marked the start of her ongoing series set in Tassanoxie, Alabama. She expanded the series with a novella and two short stories when she established Saderra Publishing.

A selection of humorous essays and a writing skills e-book on dialogue round out her current published list.
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