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?
This is one of those books where you don't need to think too hard about what is going on and how this would never work in real life. Mason and his brothers all need to be married within the year and there has to be at least one baby, if they want to inherit their ancestral home. Which of course is a ridiculous demand, but still they need to comply. Since they have so little time and their profession doesn't make it any easier on finding possible candidates, Mason sets up an online profile for each of them. Now they only need to choose which woman they want to marry.
Easier said than done. Present the internet with four incredible hot military men and women go kind of gaga over that. One of those woman is Regan, though in her defense she was way beyond drunk when she sent that email. When she and Mason start chatting and skyping, she has this moments of insanity where marrying him might not seem like such a crazy idea. Of course she can not really say yes to his proposal, she namely has a plan, which don't involve men and certainly nowhere Montana.
Slowly Mason might still win her over. The chemistry between them online is already obvious, when these two should meet it would become combustive. It will take all of Mason convincing and a little help to get Regan on his side and give them a chance.
Just like with the Cowboys of Chance Creek, the Heroes of Chance Creek will be another blast to read. It is simply fun, sexy, sweet and enjoyable. I could have easily read all four books after one another, they just need to be published first.
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Like the characters in her novels, Cora enjoys old-fashioned pursuits and modern technology, spending mornings transforming a neglected one-acre lot into a paradise of orchards, berry bushes and market gardens, and afternoons writing the latest Chance Creek romance novel on her iPad mini.