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North Carolina artist Gwendolyn Marsh is on a New Mexico mission. She’s got ten days to raise twenty thousand dollars in cash. In financial straits herself and hoping to help her sister, Gwen’s determined to bring monetary relief fast. What Gwen doesn’t bank on is getting the utterly handsome and irresistible Dan Holbrook in the bargain. Still recovering from a failed firs ...more
Kindle Edition, 202 pages
Published March 29th 2012 by Winter Wedding Press
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Crystal
I have had the opportunity to read several books by Ginny Baird now. Santa Fe Fortune is another example of her awesome sweet romance stories. Ms. Baird has created a really sweet love at first sight story that I could not help but adore.

I will admit I don't usually judge a book by it's cover but when I seen the cover of this book it just looked like something I would enjoy. Oh my was I ever right.

Gwendolyn Marsh is on a mission to sell her work and to help her family. She is determined to mak
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Julie Barrett
Santa Fe Fortune by Ginny Baird
Gwendolyn Marsh hopes to sell her paintings at the gallery and has email confirmation for $4k. Problem is when she arrives there Dan Holbrook does not agree to that price and the fact they'd be on commission.
Gwen had no idea and is angry over the details. With his idea he planned to line up clients that might want to buy her art work. Problem is he just can't get her out of his mind to do his work...
She enjoys sightseeing and as I've never been to that area, I fou
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Angie
I have read a few of Ginny Baird’s romance novels and I love them. They are a fantastic break from all the antsy New Adult books that seem so popular. Jenny writes sweet romantic stories with mature characters that you instantly fall in love with. Santa Fe Fortune gives you the wonderful backdrop of Santa Fe, New Mexico while incorporating so much of the culture into the story. Dan and Gwen are two people that have been hurt in the past and are not looking for love or a relationship. Gwen is in ...more
Carol
On a trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico to sell her art, Gwen Marsh is confronted
with more than a quick transaction!!
Dan is running his sister’s art gallery while she is away. Gwen is trying to
sell her paintings to be able to care for her family.
Dan and Gwen are mature, loving, very likeable characters. Both have been through
hurtful past relationships and are trying to keep a business atmosphere. What is
ahead for them???
Loved the history involved throughout the story….the Loretto Chapel with
its mys
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Lynn
Gwen flew to Santa Fe, New Mexico for a meeting with an art gallery that expressed an interest in her work. She hoped to sell her painting and leave with a check so she could help her sister out of a financial bind. Then she met Dan, the owner of the gallery. But he was really filling for his sister while she was on vacation. But she didn't realize that there was a contract, then the painting were displayed on consignment. How was she going to help her sister if the painting didn't sell right aw ...more
Melinda Garza
OMG! This was my first book to read by the fab Ginny Baird. Santa Fe Fortune was such a good read. It kept you wanting more with every turn of the page.
Gwen is a loving sister who decides to help her sister get out of financial ruin by selling some of her paintings. The gallery where she decides to sell them is being run by the owners brother Dan for the weekend. Dan and Gwen have instant attraction and fall in love when he decides to show her around town. Then comes Dans ex girlfriend who atte
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Valri Western
Ginny is a new author to me. I enjoyed learning her style. Gwen is an artist with big financial issues (both her sister and herself) so goes to Santa Fe, New Mexico to try to sell her paintings to an upscale gallery so she can help out her sister get back on her feet and herself, financially. She meets Dan who is running the art gallery for his sister, who is in France temporarily. Of course there is an instant spark! I enjoyed the imagery that the author painted of Santa Fe. I have lived in New ...more
InD'tale Magazine
Santa Fe Fortune is a fairly quick read and satisfying enough, with little angst between the hero and heroine.

Read full review in the 2012 May/June issue of InD’tale Magazine.

Jenny Miller
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Romance writer Ginny Baird has published novels in print and online and received screenplay options from Hollywood for her family and romantic comedy scripts. She writes touching, often humorous, contemporary romance about single women facing everyday challenges. Known for featuring holidays and family themes in her work, Ginny frequently portrays the struggles of single parents or others who've g ...more
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