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In the New Republic, every woman must marry five men. It’s the law.

Welcome to the apocalypse.

Part One, Books One to Three. Look for Part Two for the remaining books in the series.

Theirs to Protect

Nix never put his name in the marriage raffle 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 percent of the female population.

He has his job as head of the Security Squadron and it’s all he needs.

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.

Theirs to Pleasure

Shay came into the township knowing she’d be a lottery bride.

So she’d have to marry five men.

She wasn’t the naïve girl she’d been eight years ago.

She’d learned the lessons that had been beaten into her, and she’d learned them well.

So yes, so she’d share her body with her new husbands.

But her secrets were still her own.

The men are different than she expected, though.

They each had their own reasons for entering the lottery.

There’s Charlie, who’s so sweet and kind.

Rafe, who’s a light-hearted jokester during the day, but dark and demanding in bed.

Then, Jonas and Henry and Gabriel, each bringing their own damage and beauty to the clan until, day by day, they begin to feel like a real family.

There’s just one little problem with the happy new family clan.

One of them isn’t who he appears to be. He is a spy for the enemy.

Will Shay and the township be doomed before she and her husbands have a chance at lasting happiness?

Theirs to Wed

All Vanessa ever wanted was to be loved.

Okay, strike that - all she wanted was not to die at the hands of the homicidal maniac who was obsessed with hunting her down - and to be loved.

Was that too much to ask?

The plan was simple:

Go to Jacob’s Well.
Enter herself in the Marriage Raffle.

After years of barely surviving, finally get her happily ever after.

But nothing’s ever that simple, is it?

Turns out she’ll have to fight tooth and nail for her fairytale ending.

The prize has never been more worth it, though - five men who love and adore her, and at long last, a home and a family...if she survives to tell the tale.

©2018 Stasia Black, A.S. Green (P)2018 Stasia Black, A.S. Green

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No trigger warning

Struggled to finish. There should be trigger warnings. Author writes well and if there wasn't abuse and rape involved, I could've like the book.

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Serious Trigger Warning

I made it through the first book okay but couldn't finish the second one due to the amount of sexual assault and emotional/psychological torture that takes place. I love dark romance but the flippant way the events were discussed made me so uncomfortable I had to turn it off. Some readers might enjoy it but the lack of character development made the horrific details stand out that much more.

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  • 10-13-21

Interesting Premise, Bad Narration

This series has high points and low points, but unfolds well enough. I’m not a fan of polygamy at all. However, the idea of the story is interesting. Beyond that, there are problems, and a few simple things could have improved the story a lot — like why are the clans named for one of the men, why not the woman?
The characters were kind of two dimensional.
The narrator in the first story could have been better. She mispronounced a word or two. The male narrator in the second story is terrible.

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Story=pretty good, Word use=terrible

I bought and read the first book a few years ago, then got the audible this week to listen to while doing house work. I definitely didn't remember how much this author uses G*d D@mn. First, I hate when people use that, but can normally overlook it. This author uses it SO much and at very unnecessary points. It just made it really hard to keep listening. The story needed more substance and less GD every paragraph. I'm no prude and don't mind some vulgar language when the intensity calls for it, but that was unnecessary. Hard to follow when it seems the narrators are all over the place. Can't keep up with who is supposed to be talking. Seems like a directing issue more than how the narrators are speaking. Didn't have a problem keeping up when I read it for myself.

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My First Post Apocalyptic Foray

And I think my first audible written review! Okay, I’m a not so secret reverse harem lover. So when this popped up, I decided to give it a chance. I’m super glad I did.

The world rebuilding and lottery was insane, but in a good way. The characters were good, but the female leads annoyed me a bit. Not a lot of character development, but they were okay. I adore Drea. She’s sassy, snarky and pretty badass. The sexy times are FIRE and holy moly did I get hot flashes reading them.

I took 1 star off of the review for lack of trigger warnings. There’s a lot of talk of rape, gang rape, attempted rape, sexual assault, assault and murder. I think these might be common tags for this kind of genre, but they would be helpful in general.

I would recommend these books.

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Didn't want to put it down

Great dystopian story!! Kept me on the edge of my seat. Fell in love with all the main characters. Well except one, but I still felt like he tried lol

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5 men to one woman … well a girl can dream

A bit more sex than how to survive. In fact, it almost seemed that at a moment’s notice the woman stopped what they were doing and satisfied the men.

It almost seemed like they were sultans with one woman in their harem,

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Disappointed regretting purchase

First book had a decent story but in my opinion the author failed to adequately develop the characters. Storyline was just enough to keep the reader invested to finish the book. The narration was acceptable but the honeymoon sex scene was really ridiculous.

The second book, on the other hand, was very poorly narrated. Voices or inflection for the different characters weren’t consistent and were sometimes confused causing a major distraction when listening to the story. Characters were better developed and the story line was more suspenseful but because of the narration I almost didn’t finish the book.

The third book wasn’t worth listening to. I tried and couldn’t stick with it. The storyline wasn’t interesting and none of the characters were even likable. Narration was a little better than the second book but still not done well.

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  • 10-01-21

Great start to the books

Great start to the books not finished but love it so far and only finished first book.