A SEAL's Devotion - Cora Seton

A SEAL's Devotion

By Cora Seton

  • Release Date: 2019-05-14
  • Genre: Military
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 27 Ratings

Description

He’s got a secret. She’s telling lies.

Anders Olsen has a big problem. When he joined forces with nine other Navy SEALs to build a model sustainable community, he didn’t know he’d be filmed—or that the resulting television show would become a nationwide sensation. Now everyone’s watching Base Camp, which means everyone’s watching him. The show’s rules dictate it’s his turn to marry. Can he find a bride before someone exposes who he really is?

Evelyn Wright believes she’ll change the world until an accident sends her home to Virginia. Now instead of an adventurous life as an aid worker in foreign lands, she’s stuck in a dead-end job, facing a dead-end future. So when an image crosses her desk that could bring a major oil corporation to its knees, Eve decides to find a way to share it with the widest audience she can. Base Camp has got great ratings. Can she find a way to get on the show?

When Eve turns up at Base Camp, will she be the answers to Anders’ prayers, or the end to everything he most cares about?

Reviews

  • A SEAL’s Devotion

    5
    By Bicabee
    ARC for honest review with no compensation. A SEAL’s Devotion is book 7 of the SEAL’s of Chance Creek series and it was wonderful catching up with everyone. It feels like coming home and checking in on close friends. It’s now Anders Olson’s turn to get married and things don’t look promising. Enter Eve and now things get interesting, however they both have a lot of secrets. Leave it to Cora to twist and turn a plot that keeps you turning pages until the book is over when you want it to go on forever!! Bicabee
  • 3.75 stars, rounded up to 4

    4
    By Kittythief
    I was a little wary of reading this, because I've read only the first book of the series and it was quite awhile ago. But, you don't have to be familiar with the series as a whole to know what's going on, as there's enough information interspersed throughout this book from the previous ones to have a basic understanding of what came before. All of that being said, I did enjoy this book and it's characters. I liked Eve and Anders, and I liked that their attraction came naturally. Yes, they do have to marry quickly, but they also have common ground which draws them together. The question of the story is can they both get past their secrets and deceptions to get to that HEA. It was an interesting turn to the ending for everything to come to a head, but it was nice in the way that it did. I plan to go back and read the rest of the series at some point to get the full story of Base Camp after reading this.