Regan Anderson can't wait any longer to meet Mr. Right, so she's taken matters into her own hands. She's quit her job, given up her nice apartment and undergone all the preliminary appointments to prepare for artificial insemination. Still, becoming a single mother is daunting, so when she spots Mason's Wife Wanted ad on the Internet one night, she's ready for a few laughs. She's sure the ad must be fake, but when Mason answers back, she soon finds herself wanting more than a long distance relationship.
If Mason can just keep her talking until he makes it home from Afghanistan, he's sure he can convince Regan he's her man. But when he whisks her off for a trial run in Chance Creek, they're in for an unpleasant surprise. The ranch is in ruins, the house has been stripped, and they're going to have to work day and night to beat Mason's deadline to win it back.
Can two strangers pull together against all odds? Or is this mission doomed to fail?
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By Marina on 06-12-2014
Cora Seton's Chance Creek series delivers again!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely! Cora Seton has an ability to create characters that are believable and the audio listener is easily launched into the world of Chance Creek. Mason and Regan jump out of the recording and I feel as if I know them. Cora's Chance Creek series never fails to deliver. I can't wait to listen to Austin's story!
What did you like best about this story?
Cora Seton's Navy Seals Email Order Bride starts out with two very different people and lifestyles and shows the progression of Mason and Regan's relationship. The start of the book is hilarious with the premise that Aunt Heloise has challenged Mason and his military brothers Colton, Austin, Zane to marry within the year and get the Hall Ranch up and running. She want to avoid leaving it to her son Darren, whom she knows doesn't take any pride in the ranch. Mason soon posts an ad for him and his brothers. After one night of too much wine Regan answers an online post for a bride. The emails and questions back and forth between the two are really engaging. The books not only has some great hot and steamy scenes, it also tackles their relationship and how they try to make it work after having gone from email and video chats spanning two continents to being in each other's physical presence. I really likes how believable the conversations that they had about how to make their relationship work and what questions Regan finds to ask. Mason is just dreamy with his very chivalrous behavior. They are both willing to work hard and determined to try and make things work for one another. Their dedication to family and each wanting to have their own family is a driving force behind both of their characters. My favorite part of the book was when Mason and Regan ran the course. Will they be able to make their relationship on the dilapidated Hall Ranch work? You'll have to listen to find out.
What about Cassandra Livingston’s performance did you like?
I like being able to listen in the car while commuting. I am able to enjoy books even if I don't have time to read.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I did laugh several times out loud throughout the story. There are some very funny parts in the beginning of the story. Some of the skyping scenes are funny. Cora creates humorous situations that pop up throughout the story. The story keeps you guessing and hoping for other Chance Creek favorites to make an appearance.
Any additional comments?
I really like enjoy cowboy romance novels. Who doesn't love to be transported into another world for an escape into a wonderfully written romance? Cora is an excellent choice for these types of stories.
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By Erin on 20-05-2016
Heroes of Chance Creek 1
I Freaking LOVED this!!! The drunken letter composed during Pride and Prejudice has made me a Cora Seton fan for life. TEARS!!! OMG! However, I have to agree with the reviewer who was annoyed by Mason being hit up for his uncle's debts. I had a hard time with that too. He would in no way be responsible for paying once cent of that to anyone, and his deciding to do so anyway was extremely nice, especially with the hardware store guy who was a total douche to him. ANYWAY-- moving on… Regan and Mason are just so dang cute. I want the rest of this series, and I need to see how things work out for the other brothers. The teaser chapters at the end for book 2 are diabolical… and appreciated.
Cassandra Livingston does an excellent job with narration and performance. Her cadence, tone, pronunciation, enunciation, depth of emotion and comedic timing are just perfect for this. Her male voices aren't stellar, but they are definitely more than adequate. Overall, she was great.
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