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Ginny McBlain

Ginny McBlain is a pioneer in the electronic publishing field. HEART BROKEN, HEART WHOLE was first published by Renlow Publishing in 1996 and re-released in 2002. Other titles include WHERE THE HEART LEADS, SOLEMN VOWS, nominated for the 2000 Frankfurt Award, BEAR HUGS, an EPPIE finalist and an Independent E-book Award nominee in 2002, and FAITH, HOPE AND CHARITY an EPPIE finalist in 2005. FREEDOM ISN'T FREE is her first Uncial Press release.

A born romantic, Ginny became hooked on romance at an early age. She began writing seriously in 1987 when she joined the Romance Writers of America.

Ginny is a Virginian transplanted to Nebraska by way of Texas. She and her husband of 40 years have a son, married to one of her critique partners, and three precious grandchildren. She's a keen observer of people, places and things, a skill she honed around the country in her days as an airline stewardess. Her elephant collection thrives on dust while her thimbles are protected by display cases. She loves to entertain, decorate her home and take photographs of sunsets and the children.

Ginny has served in many industry board and committee positions; including two terms as President of the Romance Authors of the Heartland. A founding member of EPIC, the Electronically Published Internet Connection, she was the first President and first conference committee chair. EPIC honored her with Florence Moyer Service Award in 2001.

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Freedom Isn't Free

~She's a flight attendant, he's a soldier on his way to war. Will their paths cross often enough for love to blossom?~



Megan Bradshaw lives up to her nickname, Miss Prudie. Until, that is, she spills ice water into the lap of the sexy soldier in seat 4B. Shamelessly she offers him a ride to wherever he's going, never mind that her life is overly complicated already.

Captain Duncan Fraser wants to stay in the Army, but isn't sure he'll be able to balance the family he longs for and his obligation to his country. Still, Megan is a lovely, interesting woman and he can't resist responding.

And that's when their responsibilities get in the way of their budding romance. Her rebellious twin sisters, his looming deployment, her mother's illness, his need to keep his destination secret, all threaten any chance of happy-ever-after.

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