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Publisher Description

In the New Republic, every woman must marry five men.

It’s the law.

Welcome to the apocalypse.

Nix never put his name in the marriage lottery for a reason. He doesn’t need a woman. There aren’t that many to go around anyway after a genetically engineered virus wiped out 90% of the female population. He has his job as head of the Security Squadron and it’s all he need. He looks out for the township. He protects the few women there are left.

But when his name is called to be one of the five husbands to the woman rescued from the badlands, he doesn’t speak up to correct the error.

Because Audrey’s like no one he’s ever met before. Fiesty. That’s the name for her. Not like so many of the women they’ve brought back before. She’s not broken. She might be just the woman to handle a rough, brutal man like him.

Sharing her with four other men is a small price to pay. In fact, the closer they all grow, the more Nix realizes he might finally have again what he lost so long ago—a real family.

But when outside forces threaten everything he holds dear, Nix will be forced to face his deepest, darkest fear. When Audrey’s life is endangered, will he be able to save the woman he’s just learned how to love?

NOTE: This book contains some dark elements and covers sensitive topics. Any reader that feels they shouldn't venture into this apocalyptic world of sometimes harsh realities should please consider before reading.

This is a standalone novel in the now complete Marriage Raffle Series. Books in the series include:

Theirs to Protect

Theirs to Pleasure

Theirs to Wed

Theirs to Defy

Theirs to Ransom

March 26
Stasia Black Author LLC
Stasia Black Author LLC

Customer Reviews

Irish03 ,

Enjoyable read

Mostly enjoyable read but wish there had been equal development between all her husbands. Received a ARC copy and voluntarily reviewing.

LindaM104 ,

Great read!

This dystopian reverse harem romance captured me from page one. Obviously the book was going to be pretty steamy since Audrey was required to take five husbands, but I also thought the story was really, really good. The writing is great. Audrey annoyed me a time or two but I did care about her - and the guys? I loved them. There are a lot of sweet moments where you see how much they care about her even though she is blind to everything in front of her and stubbornly focused on getting away. All in all, I found this book to be a great read that I did not nwant to put down.

MarieO88 ,

Somewhat believable, not to dark reverse harem

A bit lighthearted take on our world post apocalyptic. I liked the men having distinct personalities and that the h had some spunk. She acted the way you would expect from a 22 year old but that added some to the story line. A couple of times I did want to yell at her for her choices though. My only change would be to have had additional story lines about the guys .

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