Omaha Romance Series
With This Ring, I Thee Dread (Book 1)
Ryan Jackson and Elizabeth Valentine can’t stand each other. Unfortunately for them, their parents get along great and decide to play matchmaker in a very unusual way. In order to keep their jobs, they will have to get married and spend four months in a remote Alaskan cabin. They accept the terms but are determined that their parents’ ruse will never work.
And it all goes according to plan…until Ryan decides he wants to stay in the marriage. Then all bets are off.
What Nathan Wants (Book 2)
It’s a contemporary romantic comedy about a wealthy forty-year-old man who wants to have a child to carry on his company after he dies, but he doesn’t want any woman. He wants a woman who will make a good wife, so he interviews all the single women working in his company and finally decides that Amy Watson will suit him just fine. For the sake of humor and the plot, she’s not going to like this. But he’s determined to get his way and that’s when the contest of wills begin.
Just Good Friends (being written)
Tiffany Parker has just had her 35th birthday and no prospects of a husband. To make matters worse, her mother and sister won’t let her forget it. With her sister’s wedding quickly approaching and the looming sense of dread of having to confront her family without a date, Tiffany takes drastic measures into her hands and asks her best friend, Tyler, to go with her to Montana and pose as her boyfriend. It’ll only be for the wedding and then they can return to Omaha where they’ll go back to being just friends. Except it won’t be that simple.
(I’m working on the rest of the description.)
Florida Romance Series
(Disclaimer, this used to be under my pen name Kate Page. I have decided to get rid of Kate Page to simplify my life. So I am republishing it under my name, Ruth Ann Nordin.)
Kevin Edwards stands to inherit one million dollars. The catch? He must get married by Valentine’s Day. With only a month to spare, he seeks out the first woman who catches his interest: Tammy. But his best friend, Alexandra (Alex) Dixon is convinced he’s making the biggest mistake of his life. So she decides she will take Tammy’s place and be his bride instead. Can she convince him that things will be much better if they become more than friends or will he say “I do” to the wrong woman?