Navy SEAL Clay Pickett needs a wife, fast, or he’ll lose the model sustainable community he and his friends came home to Chance Creek to build. He’s got just the woman for the job in mind: sexy, sensitive Nora Ridgeway. Too bad she’s not interested in rushing to the altar.
When Nora leaves her job as a school teacher to open a Jane Austen Bed and Breakfast with her friends—and finally get a chance to write her novel—she’s relieved to escape the escalating threats of violence from an unknown student stalker, and more than a little interested in the Navy SEAL who’s after her heart. But when trouble starts stalking her at Chance Creek, Nora begins to wonder if she’s left her past behind after all.
Can Clay and Nora find a way to be together when everything is trying to tear them apart?
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Cora has her own style of writing that I love. The detail, adventure and the Coming Home feel for each book in her series
A Seal's Vow
ARC copy for honest review with no compensation.
Another Chance Creek book that takes you on a journey….this one is about Clay and Nora and is the second book of this series and continues with the TV reality show that has to do with sustainability living, finding brides and having babies on a timetable.
Clay falls for Nora the first time he meets her but she wants no parts of him or the TV show because she is afraid that her stalker with find out where she is and come for her and she is not sure if Clay really loves her or just wants to get married in the timeline that the show has set.
Can Clay show Nora that what they have is true love after such a short time, and keep Nora safe from her stalker or will he have to take a another woman as his bride in order to keep from losing the ranch????
Cora Seton has another well written book that keeps you guessing in what direction the story will take you! ! ! Looking forward to book #3 in this series! !
A Seal's Vow
I am a little disappointed. The first half of this book was so slow that I had to stop reading it for a while. The second half was better. Sorry, not on my good book list.