Jack Sanders built his career as an army intelligence operative on his uncanny ability to anticipate what the enemy will do next--but he never anticipated the trouble he's landed in. Removed from duty, his future on the line, he'll have to accept a truly unusual mission to redeem himself. His orders are clear: head to Montana, marry General Reed's daughter, and secure the family's ranch once and for all from the drug cartel trying to get a toe hold in Chance Creek.
Everyone knows Alice Reed gets hunches about what might happen. What they don't know is she's got one blind spot: her own future. But she's watched four men arrive to marry her four sisters. It doesn't take a psychic to predict her father plans to send a man for her, as well. But when Jack arrives, Alice knows she's in trouble. He seems as aware of the future as she is; and he wants something from her she swore she'd never give to a man her father sent--
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Alice and Jack
Thin the other book Alice showed some of her talents. When Jack arrives she not marring him!
This story us fabulous and I thought the last one of the series. This is very exciting conclusion but it’s not the end.
Loved the series!! Can’t wait to read more of the other books!!
I have been waiting for this book! This is the last book (or is it?) in the series. We get the culmination of the attacks against Two Willows and the Reeds. Jack and Alice were a great couple and with her visions she kept getting tiny glimpses of them in the future, but she wasn’t ready to just let fate decide her life. I enjoyed the way the maze treated Jack differently than the other men and how it drove him nuts when he couldn’t figure something out. Now I can’t wait for Wyoming and Emerson’s story.