Thirteen men. Two women. Neither of them was marrying who they wanted.
Annabel McCoy has been waiting to marry Brady Dillon for three long years. Until finally she comes right out and asks him to come with her to the lottery. And he says…no. When he takes off on another one of his trips days before the lottery she realizes he was serious and enters without him. Now she’s married to Bartholomew “Bat” Andrews who’s in love with Alana East. There’s nothing worse than two people in a marriage who are both in love with someone else. Or is there?
Brady Dillon fell in love with Annabel McCoy the day he met her. He’s spent three long years building a ranch for the two of them up in Foster Springs. But as Lottery Day gets closer he realizes it’s going to take one more year. So when she asks him to the lottery he tells her no, knowing she’ll wait for him because she loves him too. His world is shattered when he returns home and Annabel is married to an idiot named Bat. For the next year, Brady will jump one hurdle after another to be with Annabel, no matter what it takes or what he has to do.
People make plans and plans change. The plans of Annabel McCoy and Brady Dillon are about to get a lot more complicated as they find their way to the coast, to an orphan named Coconut, and back to each other.