Bride Lottery™ #1 Seven Sisters
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?
Bride Lottery™ #2 Brennanmen
Thirteen men. Four women. One Brennan.
Six weeks before Lottery Day, four Brennan are brutally murdered on top of Hatchet Mountain. One survives and enters the lottery. As word spreads, Viking-like warriors with the name Brennan converge on the tiny town of Deer Hollow to seek revenge.
In a post-apocalyptic world where there is no government, men by the last name of Brennan represent the only justice. Reverently referred to as Brennanmen, they are tied by kin, guided by honor, and fueled by a need for justice.
Bride Lottery™ #3 Tree People
Twenty men. Two women. One Petitfois.
She was more than beautiful; she was gorgeous. He never stood a chance.
Sarafina Dramada knows entering the regular lottery could be a terrible mistake rather than entering the Petitfois lottery, but her mother is sick and she’s not sure how much longer she might have. The least she can do to ease her mother’s mind is marry a kind husband so her mother knows she’ll be cared for.
Sam Shepherd can barely string a sentence together when he sees the girl with the purple eyes. She’s not just beautiful; she’s stunning. When he gets her name in the lottery he knows he’s the luckiest man on the planet. Until he takes Sara to dinner with his parents and learns for the first time just how prejudiced they are against the Petitfois.
A woman with everything to lose. A man with everything to gain. Two young people are about to learn that it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from–love finds a way.
Bride Lottery™ #4 Wild Child
Twelve men. Five women. One wild child.
Marrying his bride would be one thing, taming her another.
Keira Fitzgerald is only in the lottery because her sister made her enter. She needs a husband about as much as she needs a hole in the head. But with each passing day and every conversation she begins to realize that not all men are mean like her brother-in-law. Some of them are kind-hearted.
Kevin Flannery knows a wild child when he sees one and Keira is definitely a wild child. The more he talks to Keira the more he realizes there’s a reason she avoids men and maybe what she really needs is a friend she can trust.
Two people from different backgrounds are about to fall in love and narrowly escape a killer.
Bride Lottery™ #5 Dying Wish
A dying mother. An old lover. A terrible betrayal.
Grace Jennings has always been the good daughter, the one who does exactly as everyone expects. That includes entering the lottery and undergoing a dangerous bone marrow extraction so her mother can have a chance. What she doesn’t expect is to be betrayed by the three people she counts on most.
Mackenzie Crawford is a flirt. It started when he was seventeen and six years later he’s still at it. He can’t pick just one woman to fall for; he’s been through about half a dozen. Then the one untouchable girl in town decides to enter the lottery. He can’t help himself from falling in love with beautiful Grace. Then everything falls apart.
The dying wish of Hope Jennings is about to wreak havoc on the town of Prairie Ridge. Sometimes faith is more than prayer and doing the right thing. Sometimes it means doing what you hate the most so the people you love can be happy.
Bride Lottery™ #6 Two Brothers
Twenty-seven men. One unconscious woman. One girl.
On Lottery Day, Annie Blake’s sister Beth chickens out of entering the lottery. Far from home and with no money left and three siblings to care for, she does what she has to–she pretends she’s eighteen and enters the lottery.
Mason McNamara never imagined he’d actually get picked at the lottery. Now he has a cute little wife and her three siblings. The younger two are okay, but the older one Beth is a nightmare. And she keeps telling him that his wife isn’t who he thinks she is. Who is Evan and why does his wife speak his name in her sleep and wear his shirt to bed?
She’s underage. He has a meddling brother. This is going to be one rocky courtship.
Bride Lottery™ #7 Half a Dozen
A frightened woman with six children. A man who really doesn’t want to get hitched.
Emma Patrick took in the first of her runaways nine years ago. Since then she’s adopted another five. Six kids is too much for any man to handle so Emma has no intention on entering the lottery. Not until three strange men show up at her house and burn it to the ground while Emma and the kids narrowly escape. Now she needs a home and protection and for that she’s willing to put up with a man temporarily.
Jack Callahan has finally found a job he’s good at. Managing the general store is perfect for him. It isn’t until he meets Emma Patrick and her wild children that he learns they’re all runaways, even Emma. So taking a chance on that lot is the furthest thing from his mind. Until someone burns their house to the ground forcing them into the lottery.
A woman in desperate need of protection. A man in desperate need of a family. While these two are looking for the three men who burned Emma’s house down another killer is plotting to keep them apart, permanently.
Bride Lottery™ #8 Almost Sister
A loving daughter. A younger brother. A town with a history of Lottery Day mishaps.
Savannah Miles has waited fourteen years to enter the lottery. It’s only when her mother suddenly dies that she gets the courage. Nothing could’ve prepared her for being Spencer Hill’s bride. Fourteen years ago Sam Hill, Spencer’s brother, entered the lottery without her. The last thing she wants is to be married to a Hill brother.
Spencer Hill has planned on marrying Teresa Moore for three long years. Just when everything is going as planned, Teresa starts a fight with Savannah Miles and leaves the lottery seconds before time is called. Now Spencer is in the lottery and Teresa isn’t. With only one woman, chances are he won’t even be called. Then the worst thing imaginable happens–his name is called and he’s forced to choose Savannah.
Bride Lottery™ #9 My Next Husband
A redhead. Her handsome tormenter.
Penny Mathers has been mercilessly teased about her red hair for the past six years, ever since her father built the new well and the rusty well water turned her deep mahogany hair to a bright red. If she never hears anyone call her Pumpkin again she’ll be blissfully happy. Then her very worst tormenter, Kyle Westbrook, draws her name. Now she’s his bride.
Kyle Westbrook is as surprised as Penny when they end up hitched on Lottery Day. All those years of teasing her come back to haunt him. Before he can fix things, she’s lining up dates for her next husband and moving to the big city to work in a dress shop. How’s he supposed to fix their marriage when she’s so far away?
It’ll take five cowboys and a posse of redhead wannabes to fix this marriage. That’s if she doesn’t line up her next husband first.
Bride Lottery™ #10 Arranged
Six farmers’ daughters. Six wealthy ranchers. An arranged lottery.
Violet Fernwood married Declan O’Neill expecting shopping, parties, and a doting husband. That’s the picture that he painted to her, but that’s not what her life becomes. Every day she’s up at five cooking for sixteen ranch hands and an angry husband. At ten in the evening when she’s finally finished cleaning the kitchen he’s already asleep. No matter how hard she works, it’s never enough and she’s always doing something wrong.
Declan O’Neill is trying to be patient with his young bride, but she makes so many mistakes, one after another, until he finally snaps. He never expected her to run or that he’d have to chase her to get her back. Now the least of his worries is the ranch when his wife is slipping through his fingers.
A hard-working wife who’s had enough. A careless husband who’s made one mistake too many. This runaway bride has no intention of going back.
Bride Lottery™ #11 Survivor
Nine men, all locals. One cowboy knight from another town.
Molly Brown has waited for this day, Freedom Day. Now that she’s eighteen she can leave home and not worry that her drunken father will drag her back and beat her to death. There’s just one problem–nine men are signed up for the lottery and they’re all locals. Why couldn’t just one out-of-towner show up? Then handsome rancher Dylan West comes to her rescue.
Dylan West owns a very large and successful cattle ranch. He’s a workaholic and lives alone. He likes it that way. The last thing on his mind is marrying an eighteen year-old kid. But then her father attacks her in front of him and he can’t get her to Lottery Field fast enough. Now he’s got a wife, curtains, canned apples, nail polish, and a nursery. But getting rid of the woman he’s come to know is much harder than he thought.
A girl who would do anything to save her brother. A dangerous flu epidemic. A husband who thought he didn’t want her. Molly Brown is about to get her fairytale ending, but first she’ll have to survive a flu epidemic.
Bride Lottery™ #12 Wife for a Day
Fourteen men. One woman. A magistrate worried about losing his job.
Kate Maguire and her sisters move to Yellow Fields for the quiet farming community and the beautiful farmhouse. But when she rents herself out as Wife for a Day to earn money she ends up falling for handsome Colton Moran. Colton runs hot and cold. One minute he acts like he’s in love with her. The next he’s using that acid tongue of his to hurt her until she finally refuses to see him.
Colton Moran has never been an unkind man. But that changes when he falls for beautiful Kate Maguire. Now every other word out of his mouth is spiteful and jealous. She’s got half the men in town in love with her and even the women are hiring her to sew and cook for them. How’s a guy supposed to compete with that?
A woman ready to have a family. The wheat farmer anxious to marry her. For these two love is a roller coaster about to hit the steepest hill.
Bride Lottery™ #13 Lullaby
A handsome farmer from a good family. A beautiful girl from a dead one.
Sarah Daniels is desperate. The handsome guy with the expensive hat looks a little dangerous but she enters the lottery anyway and stands directly across from him. Lucky for her, his name is picked.
Grant Stockton didn’t plan on entering the lottery, but it’s not every day you overhear a conversation that reveals your name will be picked. When a gorgeous blonde with blue eyes enters with her two siblings, he takes the leap. Being married is everything he’d hoped for until she confesses she’s only sixteen after they’ve consummated their marriage.
A girl trying to keep her family together. A husband who keeps comparing her to the sister-in-law he hates. This is going to be a long and dangerous courtship.
Bride Lottery™ #14 Charmed
A girl looking for her fairytale ending. Three aunts with magical powers.
Angelica Rhodes has been in love with Billy Browning forever. So it’s a surprise when he stands in front of Haley Bennett on Lottery Day. Even when Haley walks off Lottery Field with Clayton Forster, Billy seems more disappointed than remotely happy. That’s when the crush is over and she turns to Michael Jasper, never realizing what events she will set in motion.
Billy Browning thought Haley Bennett liked him. But when another man draws her name at the lottery she’s ecstatic, not the reaction of a woman who’s in love with him. He’s left with no choice but to choose Angelica Rhodes, the niece of his mother’s enemy and the girl who’s followed him around like a puppy dog. But when Angelica starts dating Michael Jasper, he’s feeling things he never expected–like rage and jealousy. Maybe he’s in love with his wife after all.
Two men in love with the same woman. A magistrate trying to prevent a tragedy. Sometimes love takes us where we never expected to go.
Bride Lottery™ #15 Beautiful Stranger
A woman trying to escape her stalker. A man pining away for an old lover.
Haley Monahan rides a hundred and eighty miles from her home in Brook Creek to attend the lottery in Clearwater for one reason: Jeremy Longworth, her stalker. But she doesn’t realize that when she puts her name in that jar she’s giving her new husband more than just three months of her time. She’s giving him her heart and a chance at happiness.
Mitch Montgomery has waited seven years for Kelly Riley to be single again. In a heartbeat it’s over and she walks off Lottery Field with another man. Now he’s married to a kid from another town and has no interest in keeping her. But the more he gets to know her, the more he realizes maybe she’s worth keeping.
A meddling magistrate. A family torn apart by obsession. Two people ten years apart are about to learn that God has a plan for everyone and age is only a number.
Bride Lottery™ #16 Fragile Heart
A woman trying to escape an abusive home. A cowboy with a big heart.
Rachel McConnolly has raised her two brothers to be kind and generous, but the more time they spend with their dad, the meaner they get. On Lottery Day, only one man is brave enough to marry her–Griffin Hamm–and thankfully he lives hundreds of miles away.
Griffin Hamm tells his new bride it’s only temporary. On July first she can go her own way and start a new life. But the longer she stays with him, the more he likes having her around. It isn’t until her brothers try to kidnap her that everything goes awry. How do you undo something you’ve done and how do you get back to where you were?
A woman with a broken heart. A man desperate to keep her. Sometimes you need to let people go and sometimes you need to hang on tight.
Bride Lottery™ #17 Talker
A talkative woman. A middle brother. A terrible tragedy.
Brigham Caldwell fell in love with Clover Chapman two years ago at the Christmas Dance. Now that she’s eighteen he’s determined to marry her. Luck is on his side at the lottery and he draws her name. But one mistake turns into a tragedy and his wife is hurt most of all.
Clover Chapman knows what the men of Rolling Meadows call her–talker. Is it her fault she’s smarter than most of the men? Or that she has an opinion? When her parents decide it’s time to move to San Francisco she enters the lottery, hoping to find the perfect husband so she won’t have to move. Then Brigham Caldwell, the middle Caldwell brother, draws her name and tells her she talks too much.
One off-hand comment on Lottery Day is going to haunt Brigham Caldwell for the next year. Getting a bride is half the battle. Keeping her is the harder half.
Bride Lottery™ #18 Bird Bride
A cute guy with a great farm. A beautiful girl with three siblings.
Chickadee Barn left Lakeside to avoid marrying the wrong man. The cute guy with the sun-kissed hair and hazel eyes was supposed to be the perfect catch, but he turned into a pumpkin in less than twenty-four hours. Now she’s headed back home to marry the last person she ever wanted to marry.
Dakota Cooper’s excitement on getting the gorgeous blonde lasted exactly twelve minutes. That’s how long it took to find out it was a package deal–her and her three siblings. He never planned on sharing his farm with four people. But before he can say boo another man is interested in his wife and gives her a huge diamond necklace without batting an eyelash. Suddenly he’s the jerk, not her.
A guy trying to make amends and a girl trying to keep her family fed. Fate’s gentle hand is about to lead them back…to each other. But first one of them is going to get shot.
Bride Lottery™ #19 Stolen Bride
Five couples ready to get hitched. A determined man and his selfish stepsister about to ruin a lottery.
Maribelle Fairweather has only entered the lottery once before, ten years ago when Jacob was murdered. It’s finally time she moved on and Evan’s the man, even if he is picky. Then everything changes when three people ride up to Lottery Field ten minutes before the lottery closes. Now she’s married to a man who’s taken her hundreds of miles from home.
Jack Hammersmith didn’t intend on marrying the beautiful blonde, but stopping his stepsister Aggie from marrying that bloodsucking leech didn’t turn out the way he expected. Now he’s got a beautiful wife and a kitten named Chiffon. But before long Aggie ruins that too and he’s chasing after his stolen bride.
A gorgeous guy with a huge ranch. A banker who knows the different shades of yellow. One was the guy she came with. The other her new husband.
Bride Lottery™ #20 Lost
A pregnant young girl. An absent boyfriend. An angry uncle.
Annelise Baker has loved Coleman Parker since the day she met him. But sleeping with him before the lottery was a huge mistake. Now he calls her a nag and doesn’t take her seriously. But what she’s really afraid of is that he won’t take her to the lottery like he promised.
Coleman Parker is a man with a mission and his mission is to make enough money to buy Annelise a beautiful house. But that means running an errand for Mr. Jackson all the way up to Seattle. He’ll miss the lottery and break the promise he made. By the time he goes to see Annelise it’s months after the lottery and she’s long gone. What made her leave is what will haunt him for the rest of his life.
A loving man who made one mistake. The girl he keeps searching for. Their paths will cross and keep crossing for seven years until they find each other again. But at what cost?
Bride Lottery™ #21 The Little Wife
A sudden orphan looking for a family. An older man looking for a business partner.
Eight days before Lottery Day, tragedy strikes Hannah Hannigan’s family and she’s suddenly without a home or family. The Brennanmen allow her to enter the lottery and she finds herself married to the kindest man in the world, Ben Murphy. But fate is not so kind to Hannah and for a second time she finds herself all alone and without a home.
Ben Murphy never married for a very good reason–he has a huge ranch to lose in a divorce. Elise Fairweather, however, has excellent business connections and a rich father. But the lottery her father rigged quickly becomes unrigged when the Brennanmen enter a young girl. Suddenly he’s saddled with a young bride who brightens his days and makes him happier than he’s ever been.
A runaway bride trying to find a family. The husband trying to find her. Her search will take her from the beaches of Monterey to the gardens of Atlanta and finally back home.
Bride Lottery™ #22 The Other Woman
A devoted wife. An errant husband. Another woman.
Charlotte Henry never suspected her husband Sam was cheating on her. But when Sam’s friend Jake comes to her door and tells her his wife Ginger is sleeping with Sam, all of the coincidences fall into place. Now she has one goal–pretend the twins she’s pregnant with are Jacob’s so she can divorce that two-timing twit Sam.
Jacob Smalley is devastated when he catches his wife Ginger in bed with his best friend Sam. Then Charlotte tells him her hare-brained scheme for getting them both divorced from their cheating spouses and the pretense begins. Charlie is nothing like Ginger. She’s everything he’s ever wanted. Now if fate will stop putting so many obstacles in their path, they can get their happily ever after with each other.
A young mother trying to protect her children. A husband falling in love with his best friend’s wife. A town trying to stop a tragedy from unfolding.
Bride Lottery™ #23 My Brother’s Wife
A beautiful widow with a child. A younger brother. A terrible tragedy.
Amanda Lazarus’s life is perfect–the perfect husband, a baby on the way, a big ranch, and safety. But all of that is shattered when her husband Ben leaves on a business trip and killers follow him home.
Carter Lazarus is shocked when Gideon Brennan asks him if he wants to follow the Irish custom of marrying his brother’s wife. She’s beautiful and kind, the sweetest woman he’s ever met, but she was Ben’s wife and Ben was very angry with him when he died.
Two people who loved the same man are about to make a new family. Time heals all wounds, even the deep ones.
Bride Lottery™ #24 My Ex-Wife
A woman afraid of trusting a man again. The ex-husband desperate to get her back. The niece who will force them back together again.
Melinda Dillon was stupid to trust Shiloh with her heart. She won’t make that mistake again. But then her niece Daisy starts a vicious rumor about Shiloh that could get him killed. Now the only thing between Shiloh and a bullet is Mel and the truth.
Eight years ago Shiloh Beresford made the biggest mistake of his life. He divorced Mel. For eight years he’s been trying to convince her to take him back, but she keeps saying no. Then her niece’s gossip forces her right back into his arms.
A man trying to hang onto the woman he loves. A young girl trying to destroy him. The ex-wife who is about to stop her.
Bride Lottery™ #25 The Obedient Wife
An obedient daughter. A rich cowboy. A religious community that values obedience above compromise.
Michaela Connor has always been the black sheep of her family. She prays for God to send her a savior on Lottery Day. God sends her Sam. But eventually Sam shows his darker side and she realizes he may be as cruel as her father.
Samuel Tucker goes to New Hope for a bride because the women there are obedient. Then God sends him Michaela Connor, the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen. Life is perfect until he discovers she’s been making plans behind his back. In one day, he manages to shame his wife three different ways. When he returns from a cattle drive, she’s long gone.
A young mother protecting her children. An apologetic husband trying to win her back. A religious community about to learn that obedience comes at a cost.
Bride Lottery™ #26 The Cowboy
Three daughters. Three orphans. A cowboy at the right place at the right time.
McKenna Lawson didn’t intend on getting married. Then her parents die two weeks before the lottery. On the absolute worst day of her life, a cowboy gets on the train and tells her exactly how to handle her parents’ burial and funeral. Right before he leaves he gives her his cross necklace. That act of kindness makes her pack her things and take her sisters to a strange town on Lottery Day.
Dustin Kolchak has been in love with Meredith Larson for a year. He spends the last two weeks before Lottery Day courting Meredith and convincing her to be his wife. But that plan goes awry when McKenna Lawson and her sisters show up on Lottery Field minutes before the lottery closes. When Meredith sees his necklace around McKenna’s neck, she doesn’t believe a word he says. In the blink of an eye, his plans have changed and he suddenly has three tomboys living in his house.
A wife trying to get her husband the girl he loves. A husband suddenly falling in love with his wife. Two slumber parties that seal the friendship between two women who would otherwise be enemies. This is one cowboy who’s going to get the girl.
Bride Lottery™ #27 My Person
Genevieve Lawson enters the lottery with hope. For two years her parents have denied her breast reduction surgery even though it’s disfiguring her body and causing her pain. Once she’s married, she’ll have half of her husband’s estate, enough money for the surgery. When Chance Murphy gets her name, she’s in heaven. She’s been in love with Chance as long as she can remember, even though he only has eyes for Jessica. Slowly she convinces him that she needs the surgery. All he needs to do is sign the forms and be her person.
Chance Murphy goes to the lottery for Jessica Winchester. But his name is called one name short and Jessica is already taken. Instead he chooses Genevieve Lawson, not realizing that she’s about to send him down a path that will change his life forever. Being her person is more than being her friend, it’s being responsible for her even if she dies in surgery.
A wife with surgery on her mind. The husband seeing her for the very first time. Two young people are about to take a dangerous journey and learn the meaning of trust.
Bride Lottery™ #28 Dreamcatcher
A woman haunted by terrible dreams. A man with the power to stop them.
Charissa Hart never intended on entering the lottery. But then she makes the mistake of telling God to send her a lightning bolt if he wants to her enter and he sends four. Now she’s married to the perfect man, but Cooper isn’t in love with her. It’s a shame because for the first time in years, the bad dreams have stopped.
Cooper Strawn doesn’t want to hurt his wife’s feelings, but no one can take Rose’s place. But with each passing day he realizes he needs her as much as she needs him. He may be her cure for bad dreams, but she’s his cure for loneliness.
A husband’s harsh words are about to send a wife running. If he doesn’t catch her soon, her time will run out.
Bride Lottery™ #29 Devoted
Five years after her husband Max’s death, Kate McTierney finally enters the lottery again. But the man who gets her name is Tad Martin. Tad is young, impulsive, and follows Heather O’Leary around like all the other young men. She tries hard to remain just friends, but before she knows it, she’s fallen for a man in love with someone else.
Tad Martin goes to the lottery for Heather O’Leary, but ends up with Max Lafferty’s widow. He tries to remain cordial, knowing when they divorce she’ll take half his farm and half his bank account. Then a wonderful thing happens along the way–he falls in love with his wife. But all those little whispers from Heather that Kate will never love him the way she loved Max finally get to him and he makes the worst mistake of his life.
The most devoted wife in town is about to marry a young idiot. He’d better smarten up fast if he wants to keep her.
Bride Lottery™ Perfect Husband Trilogy
Includes three novels:
#6 Two Brothers
#9 My Next Husband
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The Bride Lottery™
Sweet romances for young adults