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Issued to the Bride: One Navy SEAL

Brides of Chance Creek Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Wendy Tremont King
Series: Brides of Chance Creek, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 54 mins
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Summary

Marry - or else.

Navy SEAL Brian Lake is out of luck. Going rogue on his last mission landed him on a fast track out of the Navy - years too soon to have saved up enough money to buy the ranch he's always wanted. Without a career - or the cash to start over - Brian's options are few, until Army general Augustus Reed steps in with an intriguing new mission - a permanent one.

Ignored by her absentee father, duped by thief he appointed to oversee her family's ranch, Cass Reed is done with men for good. From now on she's determined to run Two Willows herself, so when her father sends a Navy SEAL to fix up her house, she vows to run him off her land as soon as possible. But Brian's just as determined to stay, and he's in a far different league then the men she's met before.

Brian's ready to do anything that will earn him a share of a prosperous ranch - even take a chance on marrying the General's daughter. And he soon realizes it won't be a hardship to marry Cass. She's everything he's ever dreamed of in a woman - and Two Willows is everything he wanted in a ranch. But he's not the only one who wants Two Willows - and Cass. Will falling in love be the most dangerous mission of all?

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Cora Seton (P)2017 Tantor

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love this series

once I got used to the narrator it was fine. she is not one of my favourite narrators.

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  • Amy
  • 03-05-18

Love a Navy Seal!

This story line reminds me of the musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers starring Howard Keel and Jane Powell in 1954, and I loved that old fashioned movie! But back to this version of romance. Narrator Wendy Tremont King is by far my favorite, so glad she is narrating this series. Enjoyed the story, can't wait to listen to the next book!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 20-03-18

Awesome!

So glad to start a new series!! Devious, emotional, exciting, and truly romantic! Let's go forward!

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  • GH
  • 24-12-17

A plot with real villans

How much trouble can five sisters get into. As it turns out plenty. This novel is the first of five. Although they are all written, the second is coming on December 26th. I really like the first book as it focused on plot with real villains. The portrayal of the General an the military lacked significant authenticity. Other than that, I though Seton did a fine job with the novel.

There are a number of unanswered questions, some mysticism thrown around, but all in all not too much. King does a good job with narration. I hope audible will put up books 3 thru five. I say, give this series a chance.

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  • Lovinghotbooks1
  • 01-05-19

Exiting story

I enjoyed this story very much, it had suspense, sweet romance, a little superstition and strong women.
Good storyline that progresses nicely although a tiny bit slow (but that’s because I’m impatient)
I always liked good family stories and this series has potential to be that from my experience with this first book. I look forward to listening to the next.
The characters is well written and developed in to characters I can sympathise with.
No unnecessary descriptions of surroundings and lots of good dialogues.

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Clear pronunciation and read with feelings. Not my favourite but good enough.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 23-04-19

i thought it was a really cool book...

I thought it was a really cool book. i was annoyed woth the reduntant comments about not trusting men, though due to their fathers abandonment, i got it..Otherwise... there was some full on scheming going on their and the dad is a caring, in his own type of way, A hole. He cares for his girls but it seems to be in an arms length type of thing and he'd rather live in misery and go to war somewhere, then to go to "war" at home. Though i do think these soldiers are being sent on their 'last" mission, to give the girls what they need, what he failed to give them aa children and to pave the way for him later through forgiveness.

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  • Peni A
  • 28-03-18

Recommended

I wasn't to sure about this new series to the Chance Creek world. Two Willows and it's people first show up in the Heros of Chance Creek series #1. Navy SEALs Mail-order Bride. Then again in the SEALs of Chance Creek with the making of the period costumes, a look at the garden & maze. I'm not certain where in the time frame this takes place. Hopefully this will be made more clear as time goes on.

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  • Jenn @YeahOrNeighReviews
  • 31-12-17

A wonderful start to the series!

Cass Reed helps her sisters run the family ranch, while her Army general father keeps sending overseers who do more harm than good. After the last one lies and dupes Cass, she swears off any help from the General.
Brian Lake is a Navy SEAL on his way out of the service, when he's assigned to help out on the ranch. He's always wanted a ranch of his own, and Cass is everything he's wanted in a woman. As they face the hardships of ranch life, Brian finds himself falling hard, and trying to figure out who's destroying the girls lives.

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  • Gourdbeader1
  • 18-12-18

Narration poor

Couldn't get past the voice and slow, boring pace of the narrator. Didn't finish & will skip this series as all the books have same narrator. Too bad, enjoyed other books by this author.

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  • Em
  • 24-06-18

meh....narrated like a robot.

kinda boring and a little obvious. monotone narration. haven't we overdone the whole woman-hurt-but-here-comes-a-hero-to-fix-her thing?

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