Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Meant to Be by Ruth Ann Nordin


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

As if that isn't bad enough, 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 announces them man and wife.

The only way out of this mess is to return to the future. But between figuring that out and Megan's showdown with the men, they may discover that some things are meant to be. And love may be one of them.


It was yet another extremely enjoyable book. Ted and Megan travelled back in time to 1898 purely my accident. They had no idea where they were but they knew that it was best to stick together. Forced to marry, they somehow managed to tolerate each other and kept trying to find a way to go back to their own time.
As far as historical romance goes this one is also based on time travel which in my point to view makes it even more enjoyable and fun. I liked Ted the best. He was understanding and hardworking fellow, who accepted their new situation pretty easily. In fact he found that 1800s was more to his liking. He had nothing back home and he was more than happy to build his new life "here" with Megan.
But Megan wasn't happy. She didn't like wearing too much clothes or doing all the house work plus she was a terrible cook. In the end though she realised that it was the perfect balance and they were meant to be together in the past as they had history to make.
Secondary characters are also very likable and the book is warm and well written.

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