Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #1 Red and the Wolf
Nine men. Four women.
A killer with a gun. A woman with a pencil.
When tragedy strikes the small town of Lofgren, Kelly Riley finds solace on Shadow Mountain with a lioness and her three lion cubs. They will lead her into a world of danger filled with mischievous teenagers, dangerous bears, and a man called Andre the Wolf.
Atticus Brennan has a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. It's an affliction that seems to run in his family but only for the men named Atticus. Then one fateful Lottery Day he just happens to be in Lofgren when a beautiful city girl enters. Her name is Kelly Riley and she's about to enter a world of danger. It'll take patience and trust to lead her out.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #2 Mother Hubbard
Emily Hubbard is living on the edge. Widowed with six kids, she's trying to keep afloat and losing the battle. This past winter has been the leanest and she doesn't know how much longer they can continue borrowing things from their neighbor Theodore Graham. Sooner or later, she's going to have to get hitched or move her family.
Theo Graham has entered the lottery seven times and never come away with a bride. He's given up. Then six little kids start coming to his door asking to borrow things--a pound of bacon, a hammer, a plate of pancakes, his swimming hole, a box of nails, even his house. He knows Widow Hubbard is having a rough time of it, but she can't possibly expect him to keep feeding her kids. Or can she?
Two people with different kinds of misery are about to have their fairytale ending. Not getting a bride at the lottery is going to be the best thing that ever happened to Theo Graham.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #3 Pride and Prejudice
A broke young woman. A wealthy young widower. A ruthless banker.
When June Chandler's father dies he leaves their family heavily in debt. Without farming experience or money she's left with only one choice--to take out a loan from the bank that has a lottery clause. As long as she marries Cole Sherman, who has no money or no land, everything will be fine.
Austin Hathaway didn't plan on falling in love with June Chandler. Her family has a mountain of debt. But once she starts babysitting his kids he can't help but fall in love with her. Less than four hours after he marries June, the bank takes most of his bank account for June's loan. His almost perfect marriage is over in a heartbeat. Suddenly there's another man in her life and he's in love with June too.
Two broken hearts are about to learn they can only heal in the arms of each other.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #4 Robert Hood and Little Jane
A brunette, a blonde, a redhead. A man with a big wallet and a bigger heart.
Jane is a chameleon by necessity. Raised on the streets she knows a good man when she sees one and she sees one in Michael Shore aka Robert Hood, the man who takes from the rich and gives to the poor. But how could she possibly explain her gift without making him suspicious?
Michael Shore is used to street kids falling for him, but this one is different. She knows things she couldn't possibly know and she's insinuated herself into the lives of the wealthiest men in the country, his clients. The more he digs into her past the more an enigma she becomes. Not just an enigma, but a chameleon who changes her past and her appearance at will.
Two people from different backgrounds are more alike than they could possibly imagine. Cupid's arrow will hit them both, but not before one of them dies, again.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #5 Beauty and the Beast
A beautiful bride. A Greek devil.
A perfect marriage. A painful tragedy.
It took five long years for Kenna Brogan to get her life back and forget about the man who ruined it. Then out of the blue a reclusive man buys the farm next door.
Calvin Drake is horribly mutilated, the victim of a tragic crime. His days are in the darkness, hiding away from people. Then four year-old Nani Brogan walks into his life and everything changes.
Kenna Brogan is about to fall in love for the second time in her life. And she has no idea that the man she's falling for is the same man who threw her back--her husband Calisto Drakos.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #6 Goldie and the Three Brennan
Three beautiful young Irish girls. Three Brennan brothers.
An Irish-American clan that respects the old ways. A terrible tragedy.
Marigold Murphy has seen more than her share of tragedy. When the Brennanmen suggest she and the two remaining survivors of the Tuatha massacre marry Brennan brothers she thinks it's a terrible idea. Until she meets Miles Brennan who couldn't build a rocking chair to save his life.
Reeling from the Shepherd's Cross massacre the last thing on Miles Brennan's mind is marrying one of the victims of the Tuatha massacre. But then he meets a beautiful blonde seventeen year-old girl who shoots like a Brennan. She watches over her kin with the same reverence he does. In less than a day of her company he's hooked.
In a world where justice doesn't bring back the dead, you have to hang onto the family you have left.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #7 Bonny Swans
Two Beaumont sisters. One Shields brother. A dangerous lottery.
Nicole Beaumont has loved Cameron Shields for as long as she can remember. But Cameron only has eyes for her prettier sister, Bethany. The problem with Beth is that she's after Cameron's money and nothing else.
Cameron Shields is the third Shields brother to enter the lottery and the first to be called. But being married to Bethany Beaumont is not as perfect as it seems. She has a dark and deadly side driven by greed. Within a week he realizes he married the wrong sister.
Two sisters who couldn't be more different--one a kind and loving daughter, the other a deadly psychopath--are about to learn the meaning of love and family.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #8 Snow and the Magistrate
A girl hiding from her wicked stepmother. A magistrate who'd lie to protect her.
Caley Cartwright has an idyllic life until her mother dies of a heart attack at age thirty. Mired in misery over the loss of his wife, Callum Cartwright makes a fatal mistake--he marries Onella Brood, a lethal blonde. On Caley's seventeenth birthday, Onella poisons Callum and orders Caley's murder. Only the man hired to kill Caley sets her free.
Devin Blake has already lied about his age to get the job of magistrate of Cottage Grove. He's forced to lie again when strangers start asking questions about the girl known as Snow White. When she enters the lottery he's forced to do the unthinkable to protect her--cheat. If he isn't fired, he still has to worry about being judged by the Brennanmen, and then there's Snow who is so determined to avoid him she runs headlong into danger.
Two people running from different things are about to find each other and fall in love while dodging a black widow.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #9 Dr. Jekyll and Miss Hide
A beautiful bride. Two personalities. A deadly secret.
Dr. Adam Jekyll has it all: a beautiful wife, a baby on the way, and a thriving medical practice. Then three months into their marriage, his wife Jessica Hide goes to sleep and never wakes.
Amanda Faraday goes to sleep on December 23rd and wakes up 19 months later. During those 19 months her alter personality Jessica has taken her hundreds of miles from home, married a handsome doctor, and gotten pregnant. Something terrible must've happened to make her personality split, but finding out could make Amanda disappear forever, allowing Jessica to permanently take her place.
What do you do when the enemy you fear is part of yourself?
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #10 Humpty and King
A naive shopkeeper. A corrupt rancher. A cattle stampede.
Colleen Middleton doesn't really want to enter the lottery, but Simon Kaufman talks her into it. One moment she's in the middle of a huge wedding day party, the next she's in the middle of a dangerous cattle stampede trying to save her cat. Nothing could've prepared her for the pain Simon will cause her...
King Laramy is in the wrong place at the wrong time. He saves Simon Kaufman's wife, but not before she suffers serious bone-breaking injuries. When Kaufman callously casts her aside, King swoops in and nurses her back to health. But no good deed goes unpunished when Colleen falls head over heels in love with King. The last thing he needs is a woman with hero worship. Or is it? Before long he's the one head over heels in love and he has only a few months to find her before Lottery Day.
A woman determined to disappear. A man determined to find her. A cat who has no clue anyone's looking for her.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #11 Ugly Duckling
A cute guy with a great farm. A clumsy girl with bushy hair.
Polly Swan has loved Jackson Tucker for most of her life. He isn't just gorgeous; he's kind and generous too. He has the greatest parents and a farm big enough for a family. So when he gets her name at the lottery she's so happy she could die. That all changes when he tells her he's in love with her friend Sarah and that Polly is the ugliest, homeliest, worst thing that's ever happened to him.
Jackson Tucker has always been lucky until Lottery Day when his name is drawn with only one bride left, the ugly and clumsy Polly Swan. In a drunken tirade he tells her every cruel thought he's ever had of her and she runs home in the middle of a thunderstorm. It isn't until she's flown to the San Francisco Hospital with a deadly heart infection that he realizes his mistake.
A guy trying to make amends and a girl trying to start anew. Fate's gentle hand is about to lead them back...to each other.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #12 Sleeping Beauty
A handsome widower with two small kids. A beautiful orphan with three siblings. Two hundred acres to farm between them.
Olivia Cooper has had a crush on Milo Brewster for most of her life. When he marries and then his wife dies leaving him with two small children, she knows he will never be the same. But then tragedy strikes her own family when her parents are suddenly killed in a freak accident. Now she has one hundred and twenty acres to farm and three kids to raise.
Milo Brewster is no stranger to tragedy or raising children all alone, so he makes one small suggestion to Olivia Cooper on how to get hired hands to work her farm. Before he knows it, she's hired forty of them and the rest of the town is struggling to work their own land. Then she shocks everyone by entering the lottery with the hopes of marrying an experienced farm hand.
What starts as the seed of love on Lottery Day sprouts, wilts, and sprouts again as two people in love struggle to find their way through tragedy and to each other.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #14 Rory Van Winkle
A woman who wakes from a coma. A young man looking for a bride.
When Rory Van Winkle wakes from her coma she has aged eight years. Frontal lobe cerebral contusion--that's what it's called. Her father has died, her uncles have died, and her husband has remarried and has three kids. But worst of all her unborn child is dead, a child she didn't even know she had. So she enters the lottery to get a new family.
Levi Campbell gets called at the lottery his very first year. And his bride is absolutely gorgeous. So what if she's a little older? But then he learns she was in a coma and that makes him protect his heart from heartbreak. The more she tries to get close to him, the more he pushes her away until he pushes her right back to her hometown, hundreds of miles away. Now he's trying to make his wife forgive him while her ex-husband is living next door.
An old lover. A jealous husband. A memory that won't go away. This runaway bride and her husband will go through one trial after another until they finally find each other.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #15 Rome and Juliet
A feud between two ranching families. A tragedy that no one saw coming.
Juliet Capshaw has always lived in the shadow of her brothers, trying to be the third son her father has always wanted. When her mother dies she realizes her only chance at happiness is getting married and leaving home. Then she meets Rome Montgomery, the youngest son of the Montgomerys. It's love at first sight for both of them.
Rome Montgomery falls in love with Julie Blue the moment he meets her. Marriage is bliss until he discovers her real name is Juliet Capshaw, youngest daughter of Hudson Capshaw, his family's enemy. In a moment of stupidity, he throws her out and sends her packing only to learn a week later that she died in a freak accident that also took the life of their unborn child.
A shopkeeper living under an assumed name with her five year-old daughter. A shopper buying gifts for his brother. Two people who never expected to see each other again are about to be reunited.
Bride Lottery Fairytales™ #19 Le Vilain Petit Canard (The Ugly Duckling)
A girl tormented for ten long years. The boy grown to a man who has always loved her. A marriage off to a rocky start.
Babette Clark enters the lottery for her parents' sake. As their only child, she's expected to at least give marriage a shot. Then James Stockton gets her name. He's one of the four boys who has relentlessly made fun of her for the past ten years. She cries herself to sleep the first night. The next morning James' three buddies are on the back porch calling her names. She grabs a rifle and starts shooting.
James Stockton has made a lot of mistakes in his life, all of them surrounding the girl that he loves, beautiful Babette. When his name is picked at the lottery, he's so happy he could float. But Babette is deeply ashamed of the way she looks and that's his fault. When she runs to San Francisco to be a clothing designer, he chases right after her. Slowly he realizes the extent of the damage he's done. And he falls in love with Babette all over again.
A beautiful flower and a repentant soul are about to fall in love amid the trials and tribulations of a fashion show.
Bride Lottery™ Perfect Husband Trilogy
Includes three novels:
#5 Beauty and the Beast
#11 Ugly Duckling
#12 Sleeping Beauty
Trade sized paperback 5.5" x 8.5"