This is book 4 of the Pioneer Series. This is going to be the last book in it, so if you like to wait until an entire series is out before buying it, this will be a good time to get all of the books. This way you can read the whole series at one time.
Here are all of the books in the Pioneer Series:
- Book 1: Wagon Trail Bride – Richard Larson and Amanda’s romance
- Book 2: The Marriage Agreement – Jesse Palmer and Laura’s romance
- Book 3: Groom For Hire – Joe Otto and Michelle’s romance
- Book 4: Forced Into Marriage – Brandon Herman and Lokni’s romance
For quick reference, here is the link to the Pioneer Series page on this blog.
Now here is the information on Forced Into Marriage
A broken-hearted divorcee. A pregnant survivor. Can they turn an unwanted marriage… into love?
Brandon Herman wants to drink away his heartache. Divorced, disgraced, and out of work, the last thing he wants to do is marry again. When he’s strong-armed into marrying a Crow Indian woman, he only thinks of running away… until he learns his bride-to-be is nine months pregnant…
Lokni doesn’t trust her pale-skinned husband. After all, his kind raided her tribe, killed her loved ones, and stole her freedom. If it weren’t for the contractions, she would’ve already left her intoxicated groom. But until the baby is born, Lokni must bide her time and plan her escape…
As the unlikely couple embarks across the untamed West, Brandon’s support helps their friendship to blossom. They start to realize that it’s more than the baby that draws them together. But on the trail to a brighter future, not everybody they meet is interested in their happily ever after…
Forced into Marriage is a historical western romance set in a more realistic Wild West. If you like spirited characters, journeys of exploration, and the healing power of family, then you’ll love Ruth Ann Nordin’s stirring tale.
Buy Forced into Marriage to set a course for romance today!
You’re welcome. 😊
I love this book!
I’m glad I wrote it. It’s not a very popular fit for the historical western romance genre, but it feels good to have finally done a spaghetti type of western story with a happy ending. None of the movies I watched ended well. The hero and heroine either died or didn’t end up together. At least in this one, they both lived and were together in the end. 🙂