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Sunday, May 18

Review: The Navy SEAL's E-Mail Order Bride by Cora Seton

Title: The Navy SEAL's E-Mail Order Bride 
By: Cora Seton
Series: The Heroes of Chance Creek #1
My Copy: Netgalley.com
Book Whisperer's Rating: 

Mason Hall, Navy SEAL, knows all about difficult assignments, but his current mission is one for the record books. Not only must he find a wife—and get her pregnant—or forfeit the ranch his family has prized for generations, he must also convince his three brothers to marry, too—before the year is up. Who knew one city girl and three wayward brothers could put up such a fight?

Such an adorable short read is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. 

Regan answers Mason’s online ad while watching Pride and Prejudice and slightly intoxicated as more of a flippant response than a serious one but Mason’s response makes her curious as to who he truly is as a person.  Through multiple emails and Skype calls, the two become closer and Regan agrees to help Mason find a potential wife while Mason plans on this potential wife being Regan. 

After their first meeting, Regan agrees to go to Montana to see the family land with Mason.  This is where all the fun begins.  I felt that Regan was just what Mason needed in this book.  She stood out there in a thunderstorm putting up barbed wired fence with Mason for pete’s sake; the girl is made to live out in the open.  Regan is a nice silver lining for Mason after he is discharged from the Navy, finds out his uncle owes money to half of the town, and starts becoming discourage that he will never make the deadline.  These two characters together can make things happen.


I will say that the cutest part in this entire story (and there were some cute things popped up) was The Course.  How stinking adorable and what a wonderful idea.

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