Thirteen men. Five women. For a lottery day, those were good odds.
Two blondes. Two sisters. The problem was that he stood in front of the wrong one.
March Lincoln is Abe Lincoln's favorite daughter. She's smart, she's beautiful, and she's single. But when March finally enters the lottery and finds the perfect man, her sister June enters and ruins everything. Now June's on her fifth husband and March is in love with a man who likes her sister.
Wyatt Odair is new to Haddenfield and he knows nothing about the Lincoln family or the seven Lincoln sisters. Until he enters the lottery and stands in front of the wrong sister then ends up married to the right sister. March has zero interest in being with him now and won't forgive him that one mistake. Before he knows it she's moving to San Francisco. How's a guy supposed to fall in love with his wife when she keeps running away?