Tuesday, 16 April 2013

#332 (#50 of 2013) - Suddenly a Bride (Across the Stars Book 1) ~ Ruth Ann Nordin

Kindle Store > Books > Fiction > Contemporary > Romance > Fantasy, Futuristic, Sci-Fi


Rilo An comes from a world where there are no women. What he longs for is a life mate: someone who'll complete him, someone he can love who'll love him back, someone who'll ease the aching loneliness that haunts his life.

So he leaves his world, takes on the Earth name Chris West, and makes a payment to Star Systems Unlimited for a life mate. When he bonds with Caitlyn Davis, he thinks life can't get any better. But she was married before, and memories of her deceased husband still linger around her home. Will he find a place in her heart or will he have to become like her first husband in order to get her love?

Product Details:

I managed to get this as a freebie Kindle download in February 2013, but at the time of writing this post is is listed as £1.93.

234 pages long.

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Okay, I have to be a bit careful here, as I don't want anyone to think that I am slagging off the book or the author, which I most definitely am not.

My first Novel by Ruth Nordin was at first dismissed as awful, but then when I literally had nothing else to read I forced myself, and secretly enjoyed it.  There is something endearing about the cheesiness of her novels.  At first I thought that was an accident, but as I've read a few more I've decided that it can only be by design.

This here book, was a little confusing at the start, but go going.  Chris, the main character was so naive and sweet I actually loved him.

It's not a huge literary work, but it does delivery in the happiness and cute spectrum, and especially where I've been in my head the last day or so, it has been a welcome treat.

Not badly priced at £1.93 for this 3.5 star read (probably 3 stars on Amazon).  Give it a go if you are looking for light and frothy.



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