One of Ruth Nordin's most engaging books. I loved each one of the characters. Mary struggles through most of the book with the belief that she isn't attractive and therefore should be content with the smallest smatterings of happiness. Her husband Dave see her true beauty and enventually everyone else is left wondering why they every thought Mary was "plain". This one leaves you feeling wonderful. There are a few intimate sences that make this an adult read.
The second in the "Dave and Mary Larson" trilogy is a true treasure. Looking into what makes Mary who she was and who she is made for a wonderful excursion. Dave once again comes through like a knight in shining armour for his true love. I am waiting impatiently for "Forevery Yours" to complete their tale.
Jake needs a wife and Sue needs to save her family farm. He's a snob and a she's a tomboy. Both quickly discover how much they have in common. An Inconvenient Marriage is filled with humor and playful banter. It will leave you with a smile.
This is one of Ruth Ann's best! Originally two separate books the author has rewritten it to create one wonderful story. The steadfast love of Todd for Ann will speak to your heart. Ann has to face her anger and bitterness at being jilted by another and chooses to marry Tom to escape. Tom's patience, acceptance and love eventually win Ann's heart. This is a book you'll want to read again and again. Adult content, so not a read for younger audiences.
Nathan's sure he can have anything he wants if he just arranges all the details right. He's determined that Amy will be the perfect wife...and mother. Now he just has to get her to see past her anger at him for marrying her by proxy. One of my favorite Ruth Nordin books even if the premise is a bit far reaching.
Sally has plans, big plans that include a life with Rick Johnson. Now she just has to get Rick to focus on her and not her best friend. The two put their heads together and start scheming. The fun ends with Rick turning the tables.
Sean impressed me. He's determined to do the right thing even when it means sacrificing him self. He jumps into fatherhood with no reservations and tries to make a go of a relationship with a woman he doesn't love for his son's sake. He isn't holding back the truth either. Once Jace arrives he confesses all. Jace is smart enough to take time to really digest what it would mean to commit to not only Sean but to his son Cody. I looking for more from this author.