Suddenly a Bride - Ruth Ann Nordin

Suddenly a Bride

By Ruth Ann Nordin

  • Release Date: 2011-06-21
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4
From 497 Ratings


Rilo An comes from a world where there are no women, and what he longs for is a life mate, which is the Earth equivalent of a wife. So he leaves his world, takes on the Earth name Chris West, and bonds with Caitlyn Davis.

But she was married before, and memories of her deceased husband still linger around her home. Will he have to become like her first husband to win her love?


  • Cute

    By NightEaterOfLight
    I liked it a lot. Yes, the writing needed work, but it was still good. I've read some of her other books and liked them. Albeit, all of them needed work. I almost never read a book without having received any type of review/suggestion first. This book turned out to be exactly like I expected: cute. As mentioned above, I had already read reviews of this book before even sampling it. When I started reading the book, I kept an open mind, expecting mistakes and a simple plot. I was pleasantly surprised by the small amount of plot twists the author added. Overall, I found it to be a cute, simple, easy read.
  • An anomaly

    By SofiaMarilyn
    Was an excellent book in my opinion. I'm wondering why none of her other stories that I've read thus far are as good as this one. It's a pity her quality of writing doesn't seem to be consistent.
  • Not too bad

    By Charleebd
    At first couldn't get into the story but as it progressed, could not help but want to know what will happen to the characters.
  • Enjoyed

    By MLove
    I would like to read Mark's story too.
  • Suddenly a Bride

    By Every one took my names
    I loved it,It's a 5 stars story
  • Not her best book

    By Carrie48124
    While I liked other books written by Ms. Nordin, I found this one nearly impossible to get through. I like sci-fi and fantasy, so the subject wasn't the problem as much as the writing in general. I had to laugh, because at one point in the book a character describes movies as a horrible experience because you can't get in them and change them. That is kind of how I felt about this story. I did enjoy some of the books that I read from her Nebraska series, try "A husband for Margaret", and dont use this book to judge all of her work by.
  • Ok

    By vsaldivar
    I'm glad it was free, needs a lot of work. The story line is good it's an enjoyable story but the writing needs improvement.
  • Suddenly a Bride

    By Pauleene
    I didn't think I'd like it at first, but it turned out to be a very cute story.

    By tkpsychpom
    Thank goodness this was free so I don't feel bad that I didn't finish it. The plot definitely had potential, but the writing is AWFUL! Seriously, it's like a high school kid wrote it.