Quantcast

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Review: The Wife Lottery - Fallon - Frankie Love and Chantel Seabrook


The Wife Lottery: Fallon (Six Men of Alaska #1)

Review: The Wife Lottery - Fallon - Book#1 Six Men of Alaska Series - Frankie Love and Chantel Seabrook - October 2018

Husband #1 - Fallon

This reverse harem series is set in a futuristic world of the USA where it is hard for a woman to get pregnant and there are more men in the world than females. Alaska is also the only place where the majority of woman are still treated with decency and like normal human beings for the most part. Tia was brought up in a strict household and so when she is about to be married off to a man just as bad as her father, she escapes and hides in a boat. She also enters herself into The Wife Lottery. She is bid on and ends up winning not one, nor two but six husbands. They all care for her in a way, she hasn't been loved before.  Can Tia keep her secret from coming out? Just as Tia starts to enjoy her life, her secret comes back to bite her in the butt as her father and fiance to be have made Missing posters of her and are asking for her back with a reward. This book also had romantic suspense and edgy side as some men on the island of Alaska aren't as nice as her husband and take females for their own pleasure and then toss them out as rubbish the next day. What happens when Tia is captured and kidnapped? Can her six husbands save her from whatever dangers will come next? This book does end on a cliffhanger and was a great read. I really enjoyed this Reverse Harem as it went back to the roots of what a real Reverse Harem story is - the ideas of getting to know each other and the relationship-building rather than just sex with multiple men.  I am now looking forward to reading the next books in this series as I also enjoy Frankie Love and Chantel Seabrook as authors.






No comments:

Post a Comment

You Might Like :

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...