Books I’m Planning to Get Out in 2021

I can only guarantee the release months for A Deceptive Wager and Perfectly Matched. I’m going to do my best to guess the order this still will be out.

A Deceptive Wager is due out January 17

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This is the final book in the Marriage by Design Series. It’s a Regency. It’s tone is similar to Breaking the Rules, which is book one in the series.

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Perfectly Match is due out in March

This is Book 2 in the Husbands for the Larson Sisters Series. It’s a historical western romance, and it features Tom and Jessica Larson’s second daughter, Patricia. This is a comedy in the spirit of A Bride for Tom.

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With the books below, I’m not 100% sure of the months they’ll be out. I just know I’ll be getting them out in 2021.

An Earl In Time

This is a standalone time travel romance that goes from our contemporary time period to the Regency past. It is pretty much a fairy tale. Don’t expect realism in this one. I went with the route of magic and a curse, which is similar to what other fairy tales have.

A Perilous Marriage

This is Book 1 in a brand new Regency series that are similar to the Regencies I typically write. This is in the Marriage by Necessity Series.

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Interview for a Wife

This is a historical western romance that should complete the Nebraska Prairie Series. It’s similar to Book 1 in the series, which is The Purchased Bride. It has a tender feel to it.

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Suitable For Marriage

This is Book 3 in the Husbands for the Larson Sisters Series. I have no idea if it’ll be a comedy or not. This is a book where Tom and Jessica’s third daughter, Erin, is going to try to match the hero up with another woman so he’ll finally leave her alone.

Making a Realistic Publishing Schedule

This one is for writers who struggle with coming up with a publishing schedule that best fits their lives.


This is a “maybe” book for 2021:

Heiress of Misfortune

This will be Book 2 in the Marriage by Necessity Series. It has the potential to be a comedy, but without writing it, it’s impossible to tell. If this doesn’t make it out in 2021, the plan is to get it out early 2022.

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to other genres, but her first love is historical romance. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and a couple of children. To find out more about her books, go to
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13 Responses to Books I’m Planning to Get Out in 2021

  1. Erica says:

    2021 is looking real good from a reading stand point! I am so excited for all the books! I have all my pre orders in and am ready to go! Thanks for writing๐Ÿ˜€

    • I’m glad you like the list I came up with. I appreciate that you have stuck with me all this time. It means a lot to me. ๐Ÿ˜€ I hope 2021 is a great year for you!

  2. Here’s hoping we both get some stories out in 2021 without any problems.

    • I agree 100%! We’ve had enough drama to last us a long time.

      • Too bad 2021 will have its fair share of drama as well.

        • I was thinking mostly along the lines of lockdowns and such. Politically, it’s been nothing but drama for years. I think the media does it for ad revenue. The more eyeballs you got looking at your channel, the more money comes flowing in.

          • Well, I’m still going to live by that old proverb, “Trust in God, but tie your camel.” It’s served me well so far.

            • I haven’t heard that one. Is it the same as, “When you pray, say ‘amen’ with hoe?”

              • Never heard of that one. Does it mean hope for the best but expect and prepare for the worst?

                • No. It means to be prepared to do the work after you pray. In other words, don’t expect to sit and nothing after you pray. Go out and do your part to get what you want while praying to God to lead the way.

                  You and I differ on our political beliefs, so one of us isn’t going to like the outcome of what happens. I prefer not to get into political discussions since there’s no point in them. All I’m going to say is that the benefit of writing is that it gives us a much needed escape. This year, I’m focusing on my writing while I still have the luxury of sitting at a computer and putting stories out into the world. I think this is what King Solomon meant in The Book of Ecclesiastes when he said that it’s good for someone to enjoy the fruit of their labor for it’s a gift from God. Writing, in itself, has its own reward.

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