Christmas Awards 2011

Friday, 17 June 2011

Colter's Lady

Colter’s Lady by Maya Banks

Publisher: Samhain Publishing

June 2010

ISBN: 978-1-60928-024-6

Page: 262

Colorado, Present Day

Lily Weston has a past that she wants to keep there. Home any more is a secluded little nook in an alley. Looking to get some food at the local soup kitchen, she is happy with that but she didn’t expect is for Seth to offer to take her home with him. The temptation is there if for no other reason than to get off the streets for a night.

Seth Colter is a police officer that helps out in a soup kitchen. What he doesn’t expect is to see a woman that with one look makes him feel possessive of her. It just about kills him when he realizes that she is living out on the streets. Seth is determined that he is going to take care of Lily especially when he feels the way he does about her. Seth is sure that Lily is his to take care of and protect. What he didn’t see coming is that his brothers Michael and Dillon would feel the same way.

The brothers never expected to take the same path as their parents with the unconventional notion of three men and one woman but it looks like that if they want to have Lily that is exactly what they are going to have to do. Now they are going to have to rearrange their lives so that they can have the happiness they all want even if it is in a way they never saw coming. First the brothers are going to have to help Lily with her past so that they can have a future that is full of the happiness that their parents have had.

This is another excellent book from this author. Maya Banks is very good at writing emotional stories that keep the reader completely immersed in the story and that won’t let them go until the very last page. This is the second book in the Colter Legacy and while it can be read as a stand alone it adds so much more to the story when it is read with the first book in this series. This is one that most reader will find is a complete keeper and will want to go back and re-read again and again.

I give this one 5 red roses

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