Issued to the Bride One Navy SEAL - Cora Seton

Issued to the Bride One Navy SEAL

By Cora Seton

  • Release Date: 2016-11-14
  • Genre: Military
Score: 4.5
From 398 Ratings


Marry—or else.

Navy SEAL Brian Lake is out of luck. Going rogue on his last mission landed him on a fast track out of the Navy—years too soon to have saved up enough money to buy the ranch he’s always wanted. Without a career—or the cash to start over—Brian’s options are few, until Army general Augustus Reed steps in with an intriguing new mission—a permanent one.

Ignored by her absentee father, duped by thief he appointed to oversee her family’s ranch, Cass Reed is done with men for good. From now on she’s determined to run Two Willows herself, so when her father sends a Navy SEAL to fix up her house, she vows to run him off her land as soon as possible. But Brian’s just as determined to stay, and he’s in a far different league than the men she’s met before.

Brian’s ready to do anything that will earn him a share of a prosperous ranch—even take a chance on marrying the General’s daughter. And he soon realizes it won’t be a hardship to marry Cass. She’s everything he’s ever dreamed of in a woman—and Two Willows is everything he wanted in a ranch.

But he’s not the only one who wants Two Willows—and Cass. 

Will falling in love be the most dangerous mission of all?


  • Great book

    By 11tms69
    I could not put this one down and look forward to reading the series!
  • Blah

    By TGC91810
    The General has five daughters that live and work on the family ranch. Since he believes that women can’t run a ranch or take care of themselves, he pulls 5 different men from separate branches of the military, each ear marked to marry one of his daughters and take over the ranch. *vomit* This would be bad enough on its on, but turns out...he was right! I thought that the story was going to go into the direction of 5 young women pulling themselves up by the boot straps and working hard to keep a ranch running. Nope! They were all a bunch of ninnies who were destroying themselves and turning against each other until the big, strong man came in and saved the day. I had no problem with the hero, he was actually a decent guy who wanted to work with the sisters, not over them or against them, but I was definitely missing strong female characters in this story. There are ways to depict women struggling with bad circumstances without making them complete weak willed idiots. The book itself wasn’t poorly written, but this heroine is going down as one of the most insecure, annoying female leads I’ve ever read.
  • Issued to the Bride One Navy SEAL

    By Wanda K McD
    What an imagination! Okay seriously, when I first started this book my thought corny can you get? I kept reading just to see how bad it could possibly be. But before I had gotten 50 pages into it (I read on my iPhone which made this book over 900 pages), I realized I’d completely misjudged it. The more I read, the more I couldn’t stop reading. As soon as I finish this review, it’s on to downloading not just the next book, but the rest of the series. My family has lived on this land as far back as to when land was claimed, staked and deeds were first issued, and my one regret in all they maze or standing stone on this property! I’m really impressed with the direction you took the book from beginning to end. I just hope the General has finished his bridge by the end of the last book and has made it back home finally! Thanks for a great read!
  • Joe’s thought

    By Anne Emily
    When I started reading this book, I was thinking it was longer than I usually read. Ian glad I decided to read it. It is a great story. It real as real, with one exception. - The general.
  • Issued to he Bride One Navy Seal

    By PJSPhotogirl
    I enjoyed the characters, but the storyline was a little hokey. All in all I still enjoyed he story.
  • Issued to the Bride OneNavy SEAL

    By MeriO1968
    Cora Seton hits another one out of the park. This good has everything: great characters, beautiful scenery, a tremendous story, and enough twists to keep you reading. I would recommend this book to everyone.
  • Great

    By Starrsobright
    Fell in love instantly. Who doesn't love a strong military man? I know I do. It's a true love story. With a light erotica touch. Couldn't put my phone down.
  • Issued to the Bride One Navy Seal

    By Razorback Girl 59
    Cora Seaton is one of the very best writers! I was up till 4:00am reading this book! I couldn't put it down!
  • 21 blank pages

    By LindaPindaBelinda
    The book appeared to download completely, but after opening it showed only 21 blank pages. Very odd.
  • Issued to the Bride One Nacy Seal by Cora Seton

    By Jen G F
    ARC copy for honest review with no compensation Cass Reed, a beautiful, smart, strong willed woman who run the family ranch, Two Willows with her four sisters with her father, Army General August Reed nowhere to be found on the ranch but who wants to run it from afar. She gets tangled up with the overseer her father has sent to run the ranch but he ends up stealing money from the ranch in the hopes of also taking the ranch out from under the Reed sisters. Cass figures this out but it’s a little too late and now she is keeping this from her sisters and has decided that all men are no good…..until Brian shows up. Navy Seal, Brian Lake has gotten himself into hot water during his last mission and is on the fast track out of the Navy until Army General Augustus Reed steps in and gives him a new mission….Marry—Cass (his oldest daughter) or else. He is being offered a bride and a share of the ranch but he knows that Cass is determined to run him off the ranch permanently. Will Cass run Brian off the Two Willows Ranch, will the ranch be taken from the Reed sisters or will love be what brings Cass an Brian together and keeps Two Willows ranch right where it belongs… the Reed family????