Lady Runaway

Lady Runaway

by Ginger Hanson

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Running away from possible charges of theft, assault, and breach of promise, 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.

Dev takes injured woman home to tend her injury. When Dev cuts off her blood-soaked chemise to suture the wound, a fortune in jewels spill onto the blood soaked sheet. Has he saved a lovely jewel thief only to watch her hang?

Weaving together a tale of half truths, Riana claims the jewels as her own. Worried about the consequences of their situation–she is after all, a lady, and he is the son of a baron–she tells Dev she ran away from her abusive husband who is a jewel merchant. Although captivated by his lovely patient, Dev investigates her story.

Set in 1811 England, Lady Runaway chronicles the tale of two people who go against society's conventions to grab the lives they want.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151414272
Publisher: Saderra Publishing
Publication date: 05/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 998,653
File size: 713 KB

About the Author

Award-winning author Ginger Hanson writes contemporary and historical romance novels, as well as short stories and essays. She Sat, He Stood, What Do Your Characters Do While They Talk, her first writing skills books has ranked in the top 10 Kindle Short Reads since it’s release. Ginger is also the author of a contemporary romance series set in Tassanoxie, Alabama. Fall in love with the town and its characters in Feather's Last Dance, Ellie's Song, Susannah’s Promise, “Love to the Rescue,” “A Christmas Diamond for Merry,” and “The Courtship of Serena Smith.”

Ginger’s historical romances include two Civil War era novels, Stealing Destiny and Ransom’s Bride as well as Lady Runaway, a Regency novel. Two years ago Ginger launched Saderra Publishing, a micro-publishing company dedicated to bringing her stories to e-readers everywhere. Saderra Publishing's first release was A Dash of Ginger, Sassy Southern Essays, a collection of humorous essays.

When not writing, Ginger volunteers with the Friends of the Library and practices Tai Chi to maintain her sanity. To learn more about the goings on in Tassanoxie, Alabama, visit with the town gossip, Miss Mabel at To follow Ginger’s writing adventures check out Just Ginger at blogspot or visit her at her website,

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