Ten Rules for a Woman on the Verge of Moral Downfall ~ by Gina Conkle

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50 percentDo you have advice for a woman on the verge of moral downfall? Please share.




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A writer of Viking and Georgian romance with a softly sensual side, Gina loves history, books and romance…the perfect recipe for historical romance writer. Her passion for castles and old places (the older and moldier the better!) means interesting family vacations. When not visiting fascinating places, she can be found delving into the latest adventures in cooking, gardening, and chauffeuring her sons.

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12 Responses

  1. Ki Pha

    I love this! These are definitely great tips to hold onto. 😉 But of course if I want to be Scandalous….they’re going to be thrown out the window, otherwise move cautiously and use your wit to humor him.

  2. ginaconkle2013

    I love that Ki!! Your comment made me smile. Use your wit and wiles to charm a man. Flirtation opens so many doors. 🙂
    Thanks for stopping by the blog today.

  3. Ally Broadfield

    This is awesome, Gina! I especially like “the allusion of anonymity.”

  4. Barbara Monajem

    My rule is to ask Gina — she has all the answers. 😉

    • ginaconkle2013

      LOL!! Laughing in my jammies on that one, Barbara!

    • ginaconkle2013

      Thanks Denise. I decided to mix up the regular blog post and do something different. And I/we want you to know, I/we really appreciate you.

  5. jessicajefferson

    Love it!! I can’t wait for this release. I love unique spins on fairy tales, especially when they involve women with spunk – which I’m pretty sure your heroine will not disappoint in that area.

    • ginaconkle2013

      Thanks so much, Jessica. My brain has been a playground of ideas. If only I could stop time, write the books for each one and publish 1 a month. So, in the real world, I plod. I hope you enjoy Claire Mayhew. She was fun to write as was Mr. Cyrus Ryland. 🙂