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    Love it

    I so love Cora's books, looking forward to the next one
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    A Sniper to Love

    Another amazing instalment in this series. Hunter is the hardened sniper who will put everything on the line for family. Jo the youngest sister on Two Willows who wants to take charge of her own life. I love these two characters. The author has once again written a book bringing two very different people together in the best way. I enjoy reading how the strict military men are softened by the strong willed independent women of Two Willows. A five star rating is the only option.
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    Great series

    I'm really enjoying this series and can't wait for the next book. Cora Seton really draws the reader into the story through descriptions that make you feel like you are right there.
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    ARC in exchange for an honest review

    This is the third book in the Issued to a Bride series. The five Reed sisters have always lived in Two Willow Ranch. Their beloved mother passed when they were teenagers. Their father, the General, unable to cope with the loss of his wife, never visited the ranch again. The sisters spent the next eleven years trying to shake off every restriction the General put on them from afar, including the men he’d sent to run the cattle operation on his wife’s ranch and the women he’d sent to finish raising them. Now the sisters are all grown up and the General could not send guardians to watch over them anymore. So he is, surreptitiously, sending husbands To this end, he created a special cross- branch task force, handpicking five military men. The General's plot is working. Two sisters are already married. This time is Jo, the youngest, turn. All the sisters have peculiar gifts. Jo has a way with animals and she can sense people's emotions. And yet she let her latest boyfriend, a drug dealer delinquent, use her. Like her sisters, she is resilient but not very wise about men. Hunter is strong, committed to friends and family, protective and mature. For the first time in his life, when he meets Jo, he feels a strong connection to a woman. I liked this couple and the way they were able to open their hearts to each other, to trust and to love, forgiving mistakes and misunderstandings. Cora Seton has depicted a great cast of believable characters. I like all the sisters. They are strong, capable women. The plot is well developed and well paced. The supernatural element is interesting and not overplayed. I am really looking forward to the next book!
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    a cute, sexy, romantic and fun read.

    This series has been so enjoyable. The premise is cute. A father was so in love with his wife, that when she died, he left his beloved wife’s ranch, Two Willows and his five daughters whom he hasn’t seen since his wife’s death. After the funeral he returned to base and never returned. He can’t... His daughters needed him but he couldn’t face the ranch without his beloved. His daughters grew up to be strong, independent women who even though they are angry with their father still want him in their lives. It is a really good book and it is a cute, sexy, romantic and fun read. The characters are well developed, realistic and also human with flaws. It is those flaws that make the story so enjoyable and realistic. I think the one thing I didn’t enjoy about this book was Navy SEAL sniper, Hunter Powell’s mother. She lied to her son about his father and about her life – not something I could understand. She was so selfish and hurting her son. General Reed is definitely not a character I like in this series. He too is selfish and only thinking of his feelings. If he is a decent and respectful father – how could he walk away from his children... Each of the stories have a very distinct twist. I think of all the women, the youngest Jo Reed is the one I admire the most – her strength and persistence (see Book 2 Issued to the Bride: One Airman) was fantastic. Like her other sisters, Jo has a connection to the land and their heritage. There is always one sister that remains on the land, carrying on a tradition of their mother. Each of the men that the General has sent so far complement their woman. Both Jo and Hunter are similar in how they have handled adversity. These books can be read as stand alones but it is definitely better to read in order to understand the underlying threat of drug runners and the General's personal struggles. General Reed has given Navy SEAL sniper Hunter Powell his mission. He arrives at Two Willows on Connor and Sadie's wedding day and announces that he is there to make Jo happy. Like the other men in the USSOCOM under General Reed’s command, Navy SEAL sniper Hunter Powell, thought he lost everything when he took the blame for a crime he didn't commit to save his friend. There is one way to redeem himself and to keep his trident – he has to leave the SEALs, settle down on a Montana ranch and make a woman he’s never met before, fall in love with him and marry him. That woman was General Reed’s youngest daughter, 22 year-old Jo Reed.
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