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 than 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?
The Brides of Chance Creek:
BOOK 1: Issued to the Bride One Navy SEAL
BOOK 2: Issued to the Bride One Airman
BOOK 3: Issued to the Bride One Sniper
BOOK 4: Issued to the Bride One Marine
BOOK 5: Issued to the Bride One Soldier
BOOK 6: Issued to the Bride One Sergeant for Christmas
Cass and Brian
One Army General, five headstrong Daughters, a Ranch in need of repairs and a SEAL who needs a new start ofter stuffing up his career. This story has lots of twist and turns. The five Reed girls have all managed to find dead beat boyfriends but once Brian Lake arrives at Two Willows things take a turn for the better. Cass and Brian make a great couple and I can't wait to see the other girls find their HEA.
Sweet read and a great introduction to the family...makes me look forward to each of the sisters stories ❤️
Engaging and approachable storyline makes a simple and captivating read. The characters are well developed and I couldn't help but hope for a HEA throughout the book. This is a standalone novel, however characters from later books in the series are tantalisingly featured, ensuring you'll want to read more.