A SEAL's Vow

  • by Cora Seton
  • Narrated by Eric G. Dove
  • 8 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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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If you could sum up A SEAL's Vow in three words, what would they be?


What other book might you compare A SEAL's Vow to and why?

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What does Eric G. Dove bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He was a great voice for the story.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I was always rooting for Clay to win Nora over.

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- Christina Sava

Clay and Nora

This is the second book in Cora Seton’s SEALs of Chance Creek series. It can definitely stand alone, but the story is richer for having read A SEALs Oath first. In this story, Clay is a former SEAL, part of a group building a sustainable community on a TV reality show. While not happy about the TV aspect, Clay is determined to design and build the little houses for the community. Nora and her friends are on the ranch seeking peace to live a Regency era lifestyle and open a B & B, but they are drawn into the reality show. Clay knows Nora is the one for him, but Nora wants to move slowly. Throw in Clay’s dad, Nora’s stalker, and cameras everywhere, and Clay has his work cut out for him!

Cora Seton has written a book with interesting characters, vivid descriptions, and enough actual information to make the story more than just another SEAL romance. I enjoyed Clay and Nora, Sue and the Crow, sustainability, and the mystery/suspense of the stalker. This book has depth.

Eric G. Dove does an excellent job reading the story. His characterizations and delivery style are easy to listen to and believable. This was a 5-star read, and is also worth five stars for listening enjoyment!
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- taximom

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-26-2016
  • Publisher: Cora Seton