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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A Seal's Vow
The story seems more real having it read out loud. The voices seem clearer and the scenes are like watching a movie in my head.
When Clay almost lost Nora to the bad guy. He knew if he lost Nora it would destroy him. He really loved her even though she had treated him and everyone else in such an awful, mean way.
The ending where Clay and Nora are in their little house. I can't really say much more without giving too much away. Nora finally showed a sweeter side of who she was.
Yes although I got so frustrated with Nora I needed a break from her.
I really enjoy Ms Seton's books but this was my least favorite not because it wasn't a good story but because I really disliked Nora. From book 1 she has been an awful person, she never had anything good to say, always negative. Not only was she mean to Clay and the men in the story she was very mean to her friends. There is plenty of suspense in this story that keep me listening but I'm glad I'm done with Nora's story. I will continue with this series as I want to find out how the community turns out and how the other guys "get their girl".
- Cathy Henderson
This story had me engaged
- Kindle Tracey