May/June 2022 Newsletter

I figured since Suitable for Marriage came out in the middle of May, I’d make this a May and June Newsletter. 🙂

An update for Radish

Here are some more books I uploaded over there if you happen to be on Radish. (These are not in any particular order.)

Loving Eliza – Book 1 of South Dakota Series (historical western)

A Bride for Tom – Book 2 of Nebraska Series (historical western)

A Husband for Margaret – Book 3 of Nebraska Series (historical western)

Bid for a Bride – Book 2 of South Dakota Series (historical western)

Bride of Second Chances – Book 3 of South Dakota Series (historical western)

Her Heart’s Desire – Book 1 of Nebraska Series (historical western)

The Wrong Husband – Book 5 of Nebraska Series (historical western)

Married In Haste – Book 2 of Marriage by Fate Series (Regency)

Shotgun Groom – Book 6 of Nebraska Series (historical western)

The Marriage Contract – Book 1 of Marriage by Fairytale Series (Regency)

Suitable for Marriage – Book 3 of Husbands for the Larson Sisters Series (historical western)

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Suitable for Marriage is Now Available!

Here are all of the books in the Husbands for the Larson Sisters Series:

Nelly's Mail Order Husband for website Perfectly Matched Ebook smaller Suitable for Marriage Book 3 Ebook-smaller Daisy's Prince Charming ebook cover

I finally came up with the book description. 🙂

Erin Larson has a problem that’s been following her since she was a child: Alex Matthews. For a reason she can’t explain, Alex has convinced himself that they will end up getting married. But she’d rather go through town in nothing but her chemise and petticoats before that happens.

With her two older sisters married, it’s her turn to find a husband. As long as Alex is lingering around, she’s not going to find the man of her dreams. What she needs is to find another young lady for Alex to turn his attention to. Then, and only then, will she be free.

Alex goes along with this little matchmaking scheme, knowing full well that if he plays his cards right, he’ll finally succeed in convincing Erin that they’re a perfect match.

*This is a cute romantic comedy.

If interested, here is where you can find this:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble

Kobo (also in Kobo Plus)

Apple

Smashwords

Google Play

Scribd

Radish (comes out in episodes)

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Daisy’s book is due out next!

I expect this out in July, but it’s still too early to tell. I have to give this to my editor who will work over it. Then I can format it up and upload it for pre-order. At that time, I’ll have a release date.

This is the last book in the Husbands for the Larson Sisters Series.

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I’m pushing this book’s release month back.

This book is turning out longer than I expected. I thought I was going to wrap this up at 60,000 words, but I’m almost there, and I have more to write. I don’t want to rush finishing it. If I rush it, it’ll feel forced, and the story will suffer for it. I decided to swap this book’s release month with Daisy’s Prince Charming since that book is almost done.

I’m not exactly sure when I’ll ready to publish this. Things are so hectic around my house that it’s hard to pin down any set dates. I should have a better idea of what the release month will be when I post my July newsletter.

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At the moment, this is still set for a September release.

I have this set for a September release at the moment, but that could change. I’ll see how this story progresses. Like Heiress of Misfortune, I should have a better idea of when this will be out when I write my July newsletter.

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Because my eyes are giving me problems, I’m going to wrap this post up. I hope everyone is going to have a good beginning of the summer!

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out http://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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