Colters' Legacy Book 2: Colters' Lady - Maya Banks Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Erotic / Author: Maya Banks / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2010-05-29 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Newest Review: ... between the two books. I remember thinking that Colters' Woman was an enjoyable but poorly written book. It was only reading ... more
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by - written on 02/09/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
**Warning! This review is of an erotic romance novel and may contain material that offends. It is intended for adult eyes only** Colters' Lady is the sequel to Maya Banks' novel Colters' Woman. In Colters' woman we were introduced to three Colter brothers who have known all of their lives that they would end up married to the same woman, it's just something that runs in the family. So when they met Holly and all fell in love with her there were no surprises for them. This book is set 30 something years after the original novel and Holly has three grown sons and a daughter. Her sons are determined that they won't end up in the same kind of relationship as their ... Read the complete review
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