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I write "comfort" books full of love, passion, and adventure.
Life is hard. That's probably why you're here...the need for escape, the chance to live in someone else's skin for a day, and have their story touch your heart. Romance novels are the best drug for that.
I write about the struggle.
Love is wonderful. It's a gift not to be taken lightly nor is it easily found. My early years were difficult. It's taken years to heal. Books made a difference. I'm guessing you've had a few rough spots too? A good love story is the perfect cure for tough times and a great companion for the better ones.
So... Why Vikings and Georgians?
The quick answer: the women, the men, and a world in transition...which means more struggles. If I traveled back in time, these would be my people, especially the Vikings.
There's something else.
I'm a history nerd. I love learning how everyone lived day to day a long time ago. In my books, you'll get some of that plus an above average number of common heroes and heroines who did uncommon feats.
Because I want to read about regular people falling in love during the messy, imperfect Viking and Georgian eras. To me, there's no better way to look back than through the lens of love.
Here's the <cough> official bio*
Gina's fate was sealed when her mom read 'The Highwayman' for a bedtime story. She was five years old at the time, but from then on, Gina was doomed to love history and romance.
Some days she pens sparkling Georgian romance. Other days, she writes evocative Viking romance full of heat and adventure. Gina spent most of her life in southern California but now lives in Michigan with her husband where snow days are perfect for reading and writing. Her books have won awards and garnered critical acclaim. Poke around her website and you'll run across those accolades.
*Did you know author bios are supposed to be in third person? Very impersonal. I decided to go with my heart on this and write the first two sections as you see them.
May we connect again ~ Gina