What Nathan Wants

What Nathan Wants

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by Ruth Ann Nordin
     
 
What could a man who already has everything possibly want? How about a baby? Nathan Rudolph interviews all the single women in his company. They think they might get a job promotion, but he comes with a marriage license instead. And the winner isn't happy. But he's dealt with difficult people before and is certain that, in no time at all, he can win his new wife

Overview

What could a man who already has everything possibly want? How about a baby? Nathan Rudolph interviews all the single women in his company. They think they might get a job promotion, but he comes with a marriage license instead. And the winner isn't happy. But he's dealt with difficult people before and is certain that, in no time at all, he can win his new wife over.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011095795
Publisher:
Ruth Ann Nordin
Publication date:
08/29/2010
Series:
Omaha Contemporary Romances , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
68,844
File size:
309 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

I'm a stay-at-home mom of four school-aged boys and the proud wife of a veteran of the US Air Force. I live in a small Nebraska town where I am fortunate to spend my days creating new worlds with characters I fall in love with. I've written over forty romances and have plans to write many more in the years to come.

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What Nathan Wants 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 102 reviews.
Stephanie-Shaw More than 1 year ago
This is a more contemporary book than what we usually see from this author. While Nordin is a great romance writer, her stories are typically based in the 1800s. I have read numerous books from this author and enjoy them. Her step into a more modern romance is both humorous and charming. I was delighted with this book and couldn't put it down. I think this is my favorite story of hers so far. Nathan is the typical wealthy entrepreneur who has reached the top of the ladder and believes that he can buy anything or anyone (including a wife). This belief carries on into his personal life when he tricks an employee into a marriage by proxy and believes she'll be more than happy to quit her job to be married and stay at home to have his child. Little does he know that the strong willed young Amy wants nothing to do with this false marriage and can't be bought. She wants her job back and everything to return to the way it was before she interviewed for what she thought was a promotion. Nathan knows that Amy is the one for him, and he must have her. Will Amy get her annulment and walk away, or will Nathan get everything what he wants?
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
What Nathan Wants by Ruth Ann Nordin Omaha Series Book 2 Nathan Rudolph has all the material things money can buy. He owns a travel business and now it's time to have a baby to pass his legacy on to. So he needs to find a wife and where better to look then his single female employees. When average Amy Watson comes into his office he knows she is the right one. Too bad she disagrees with him. Good thing he's optimistic and don't give up easily because he has a challenge to face with winning Amy. Amy enjoys her job and it looks like she is being called into the bosses office for an interview for a promotion, and she did not even ask for one. When he comes to tell her she is the one he chose, it is for his wife not a job promotion. The man thinks he can get what he wants without caring what she thinks and he plays dirty to get his way. Things like getting her parents on his side and her best friend Danielle is loving the idea of Amy having all that money to spend. Amy cannot be bought and does not want to be used just to have a child but could there be more to the bossy Mr. Rudolph then meets the eye? **Sexual Situations within marriage.
Mobar More than 1 year ago
This book was hard to put down! Not your typical romance. You don't hear of people getting married by proxy especially after they were picked based on their answers from being interviewed for a "job"! I really enjoyed this book because you wanted to know what these characters were going to do next! Recommend!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
FUNNY! good and easy read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love her books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
500 pgs. Strated off great and intrestiing then it just seemed to drag on. Something was missing from the plot twords the end. Like conflict. Dont get me wrong it was cute but needed more. As free read great if u paying i say hold of on this one. Oh i did love the secretary. Funny woman.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Story was really enjoyable to read read it one day
Katie silverstrim More than 1 year ago
This is a cute easy read that will have you smiling the first chapter in. Though short it does brig a smile to your face.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Overall this book was well written and balanced. The characters were exactly what they seemed except the h. The H/h dynamic bothered me. The H didn't have to work for the relationship and the h just went with everything that happened. The best friend wasn't really a friend but just wanted to benefit from what she concidered the h good windfall. No one paid any attention to the h plight not even the h. She turned out to be a pushover. I would have enjoyed the story more if the h was a bit stronger in her fellings,if she just once truly stood up for herself and her life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read almost all of your books well I am almost completed the books you have on nook an not one have let me down just all are a joy to read now I have to wait for your new releases
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An interesting and amusing take on an arranged marriage. The story is about 170 pages long, no where near the 500 pages mentioned in another review. Really wonderful to have the protagonists with high standards and morals in a contemporary romance.
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I have read a number of Ruth Ann Nordin's books and loved them. Easy to read and enjoyable throughout. The premise of this book was absurd. Nathan is a successful business owner who wants a wife and child. He interviews his female employees looking for one to fit this role but the employees think they are interviewing for a job promotion. Along comes Amy who thinks she got the job promotion and signs papers for this "promotion". Instead she has just signed a proxy that states she had married Nathan. To think that this was set in modern times and that Amy not only went along with it, she fell in love with Nathan, is ridiculous. It was an easy read but a stupid, stupid, stupid plot.
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So good
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One of my favorite books from Nordin, definately funny... i keep coming back to it.
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Such a great read. I laughed a lot and cried a lil. But couldnt put the book down. Worth the time.