Jodi Thomas’s novels about a lottery in which love is the prize have won rave reviews from readers and critics alike. Now the New York Times bestselling author presents the fourth and final romance in this unforgettable series.
Years ago, Texas Ranger Jacob Dalton bailed an orphaned girl named Nell out of trouble more times than he could count. But now the kid he once called “Two Bits” has grown into a beautiful young woman—and is in more trouble than ever before.
Wounded in an ambush, Nell refuses to become a burden for her former guardian angel. Unfortunately, her injury has made it impossible for her to handle the ranches she’s inherited, so she decides to get herself a husband. One thing’s for sure: She isn’t about to let Jacob bully her into saying “I do.” When Jacob steps in line for her hand, Nell is forced to weigh her need for his help against a love too strong to allow him to sacrifice his future for her.
New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas is a fifth-generation Texan who sets many of her stories in her home state, where her grandmother was born in a covered wagon. She is a certified marriage and family counselor, a Texas… More about Jodi Thomas
“Thomas’ unofficial title as the Queen of Texas Romance is well earned. Few authors can bring the reality and romance of the wild Texas towns to life the way she can, evoking the people, (good and bad), the land (beautiful and rugged) and the thrilling yet dangerous lives people led. Portraying likable, real characters and the places they live is Thomas’s true gift.”—RT Book Reviews
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“Jodi draws the reader into her stories from the first page…She’s one of my favorites.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber
“Jodi Thomas is a masterful storyteller. She grabs your attention on the first page, captures your heart, and then makes you sad when it’s time to bid her wonderful characters farewell. You can count on Jodi Thomas to give you a satisfying and memorable read.”—New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson
“Her stories are engaging, genuine, and difficult to put down.”—The Romance Reader