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Colters' Lady (Colters' Legacy Book 2) Kindle Edition
About the Author
Maya Banks lives in Texas with her husband, three children and assortment of pets. When shes not writing, she can be found hunting, fishing or playing poker. Colters' Lady is the second book in the vastly popular Colters' Legacy series, featuring Colters Woman and concluding with the long awaited Colters' Daughter in ebook February 2011.
- ASIN : B071HDGSRS
- Publisher : Maya Banks (30 April 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 2457 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 336 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 177,024 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I finished thinking there were just too many unanswered questions in regards to Lily.
I dislike dishonesty in relationships even if it is by omission.
Enjoyable that the three sons from Colters Woman end up sharing a woman when they were adamant they weren’t going the route of their parents.
Once we get past all the upheaval and denial that goes on with Dillon and Michael when Seth brings homeless Lily into their house, this strolls along with all happy families sweetness.
They know nothing about this woman living with them. They don’t know how or why she ended up homeless, what her past is or who she is.
Talk about blind trust or is that blind lust.
Lily quite happily plays house with three men and ignores her past. I found her an oxymoron. How did she stay on the streets for so long yet seem so weak and emotionally dependant.
This all blows up in great fashion but what I didn’t like was we are nearly to the end before we get Lily’s background story.
Yes, it was terribly sad what happened but for her to stay on the streets for three years, truly unbelievable.
Glad that Lily stood up for herself but it was confusing as to whom the house belonged to. Lily in chap 34 states it was her house then in chap 35 it was only her home for a short while. Hate plot stuff ups.
I also was annoyed about the ex-husband. Yes, he had apparently accepted some of the blame but boy has he moved on quickly. The baby I could accept but a toddler too, all within three years. His grief and guilt couldn’t have been that bad.
What about her half of the house, monies owed to her?
Is she going to continue freeloading off the men?
Have owned this book for ages but original review from back of book is missing. I am re-reviewing older stories as I tidy up my books.
Top reviews from other countries
I very much enjoyed getting a look into the home of Holly, Adam, Ethan, and Ryan 30+ years later to see that they are still as strong as ever! In addition you get an additional look at Callie the youngest and only girl in the family. I imagine what we hear of her in this book will lead into the next book and her story...
I would recommend reading this book and will continue reading the Colter's series...
having read the first two books in the series, I was eager to get another dose of Ms. Banks steaming hot stuff, but this story took me in a completely different direction, an emotion ride, the likes of which I haven't experienced in a long time while reading. I cried, big sobbing tears running down my cheeks (thank god for audible!!). Beautifully tender, a story of pain compassion and ultimately unconditional love, with what I thought was just enough hotness thrown in. Thank you Maya, for this beautiful episode.