In a world where there’s only one woman for every twelve
men, a lottery is the chance for five lucky men to win the prize of a lifetime… her hand in marriage.All Charlie ever wanted was to protect his sister. But when they are separated
and Charlie is imprisoned in an enemy camp, Charlie’s tortured by thoughts of
what might be happening to her.
Until one day, a beautiful servant named Shay starts bringing him his meals.
Even her name sounds like a sigh. Shay.
For the first time in months, Charlie has someone else to think about other
than his sister.
Where did Shay come from? Who’s giving her those bruises on her face? And how
can he protect her when he couldn’t even protect his own sister, much less
When Shay breaks him out of his cell with promises of reuniting him with his
sister, Charlie has no clue just how much his protective instincts are going to
be stretched to the limits. Because the township where his sister lives? Turns
out they have a law that every woman must marry five men. And His. Sister.
Married. Five. Guys.
What’s worse? Shay’s the next up for the lottery.
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So this book starts out with Charlie and Shay running away from a horrible group of people that are trying to overtake the government. Which we met in the last book. Shay helps Charlie escape this group and get to the town his sister is living in. When Charlie sees that his sister is okay but married to 5 guys he is a little-pi**ed off. Needless to say, Charlie does not find anything good about the lottery. Until Shay says she wants to enter it, but Charlie has to be her first husband.
Shay is a very strong character. I loved that. She has so many secrets that she is hiding, but over time we learn them. But will we learn them in time? Shay ends up marrying Charlie, Henry, Jonas, Rafe, and Gabriel each of them with their own problems, history, and show of love. But will any of them be the families downfall? Or will they all end up with their happy ever after?
Again this book has a lot of twists and turns but I loved the characters and the story that I could not put my Kindle down. I am excited to see where Stasia goes next with this series.
When will I meet the last one? My last fiancé?”
There’s no r—”
all. The sooner she got them all on an equal playing field, the better. Charlie ground his teeth together, a vein standing out in his neck. Shay took a deep breath and looked back to Rafe and Henry. “Well?” Rafe held out a hand for Henry, like this one’s all
yours. Henry narrowed his eyes in return, but he spoke up, looking back to Shay. “The wedding usually takes place a few weeks after the lottery. After we’ve all had a chance to get acquainted with each other and feel comfortable
enough to share a living space.” Henry held up a hand like he was anticipating resistance. “That doesn’t mean we’re expected to share a bed right away,
am.” She was more than fine with it. Looking between the four of them, she felt the quiver start deep in her sex. Wrong as it probably was, she looked forward to fucking these four men. And the fifth who was still a stranger.
to her? Men never listened. They just assumed they knew best and, because there were more of them, they got to run everything. It was crap.
a woman should be able to choose. Was that just bullshit?”
us—but that’s your problem, not mine. I want you there, but if you can’t handle
it, let me know now.”
dark, intense look. She couldn’t tell if it was disapproval or attraction. She waved a
hand. “Whatever. Can you still do wedding ceremonies?”
you to perform the ceremony. Just something small and intimate. Only the six of us.”
2018 Stasia Black
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a freezing five-year stint in Minnesota, and now is happily planted in sunny California, which she will never, ever leave.
and their teenage son. Wow. Typing that makes her feel old. And writing about herself in the third person makes her feel a little like a nutjob, but ahem! Where were we?
that make readers alternately laugh, cry ugly tears, want to toss their kindles across the room, and then declare they have a new FBB (forever book boyfriend).