Ruth Ann Nordin's Audiobooks

*There are 18 chapters total in this audiobook. This is Chapter 8.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898. To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

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This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

*There are 18 chapters total in this audiobook. This is Chapter 7.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898. To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all. However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

*There are 18 chapters total in this audiobook. This is Chapter 6.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898. To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898.

To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.

However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898.

To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.

However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898.

To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.

However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898.

To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.

However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

This is a time travel romantic comedy. It is written and narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin. (This book has been abridged to fit with a PG-13 rating. If you want the full version, you'll have to get the ebook or purchase this as an audiobook at your favorite retailer. Links are posted beneath the book description.)

Book description:

While on a train heading west, Ted Jacob and Megan Crane are thrown back into the past, with no idea of why or how they got there. They get off the train at Fargo, North Dakota. To their dismay, they are in April 1898.

To their horror, the people insist that Ted and Megan marry at once! But Ted and Megan don’t even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher declares them man and wife.

As if marrying a stranger isn’t bad enough, Megan faces a showdown with the men who think a women should do all the work. Ted, meanwhile, is as happy as can be and tries to convince Megan that being in the past isn’t so bad after all.

However, Megan is determined that she will not mess up the future by doing things that were never meant to be, but in the end, she might discover that some things were meant to be…and her marriage to Ted might be one of them.

***

This, and other romances, are available in ebook form. Visit https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/ for the complete list.

To see where you can find this book in audio version on multiple retailers, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/audiobooks/historical-western-romance-audibooks/.

Six children leave home to find their way to the true meaning of Christmas. The angel tells them not to stray from the path or they will get lost.

This is a short play.

This is a short story by Barbara Joan Russell (pen name for Ruth Ann Nordin).

This is narrated by Craig Nordin.

Book description:

Upon finding his best friend holding a bloody knife over a dead body, Ryan has to decide whether his friend is a killer or not.

This short story was written by Barbara Joan Russell (pen name for Ruth Ann Nordin).

It is narrated by Craig Nordin and Ruth Ann Nordin.

Book description:

Joel accepts a dare to spend an entire night in a cemetery, only to realize he’s been there before.

This short psychological horror story is written by Barbara Joan Russell (pen name for Ruth Ann Nordin).

Narrated by Craig Nordin and Ruth Ann Nordin

Book description:

Bill scoffs that nothing can scare him, until he comes face to face with his most deadly enemy.

To find a complete list of Ruth Ann Nordin's books, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/

This was written by Barbara Joan Russell, which is the pen name for Ruth Ann Nordin's YA fiction.

This was narrated by Craig Nordin and Ruth Ann Nordin.

Book description:

When Justin agreed to go on a high school camping trip, he thought it might be a chance to get to know the cute girl, Riley, better. But Brandon won’t leave her side. And worse, as soon as Brandon notices that Justin has an interest in her, he and his jerk friends chase Justin and Justin’s friend, Craig, deep into the forest.

Just when Justin didn’t think things could get any worse, Craig ends up missing. Never mind the fact that it’s dark and spooky and he’s all alone. He can’t go back to the camp without Craig. So he sets out to find his friend, and when he does, he’ll end up having to make a deal with an old man who was thought to be dead.

This is a flash fiction story written by Ruth Ann Nordin.

This is narrated by Ruth Ann Nordin and Craig Nordin.

A lone traveler arrives at an old house in the middle of the night. Even creepier than the house is the man who lives there. But not everything is as it seems. This is a flash fiction story.

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This is a channel where Ruth Ann Nordin is posting her audiobooks. Most are historical romances, though she has been known to dabble in other genres. Her pen name for YA fiction is Barbara Joan Russell, and she'll share those stories here during October 2021 to celebrate Halloween. After this, she will focus on romances.

To find a complete list of her ebooks, go to https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/chronological-order-of-my-books/