Book Review: Maya Banks’ Colters’ Woman

Posted September 21, 2011 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Maya Banks’ Colters’ Woman

Colters' Woman


by

Maya Banks


erotic romance that was published by Samhain Publishing on January 1, 2007 and has 272 pages.

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two-stars

Other books by this author which I have reviewed include Sweet Surrender, Sweet Persuasion, Sweet Seduction, In Bed with a Highlander, Darkest Hour, Seduction of a Highland Lass, Colters' Lady, No Place to Run, Hidden Away, Men Out of Uniform, Red-Hot Summer, Never Love a Highlander, Brazen, Sweet Temptation, Whispers in the Dark, "Colters' Wife", Colters' Promise, Echoes at Dawn, Undone By Her Tender Touch, Four Play, Cherished, The Tycoon's Pregnant Mistress, Never Seduce a Scot, Highlander Most Wanted, "Softly at Sunrise", Shades of Gray, Rush, Fever, Forged in Steele, Burn, Colters' Daughter, Colters' Gift, Be With Me, When Day Breaks, After the Storm, Taking It All, Keep Me Safe, Darkest Before Dawn, Enticed by His Forgotten Lover, Sweet Possession, Sweet Addiction

First in the Colters’ Legacy erotic romance series set in the Rocky Mountains around a long-practiced family history of polygamy…in the lady’s favor.

My Take

Oh, brother. The idea is cute enough but the execution. Gag. For all that this is supposed to be a passionate, tension-filled story. Well, someone missed the boat. Yes. It is an erotic story because all three brothers intend Holly to be their wife and they all take her to bed. Singly and together. Enjoy this because these words are about as erotic as it gets.

Just what was it that tipped Adam Colter off that this was THE woman? Holly ran from her husband on their wedding night. She’s a virgin. Yet, she isn’t conflicted about making love to three men at the same time? Her only concern, extremely briefly voiced, is that she’s attracted to more than one man and feels she’s a slut because of it??? Nope, Holly slides [every pun intended] right into life with the three brothers.

Holly comes off more as a stupid drama queen than anything else.

Read it if you’ve nothing else going on in your life and you want to waste the time.

The Story

Terrified, Holly struggles to escape, desperate to put as many miles as possible between her and the man she married. The man she realizes she never knew. In retrospect, it’s fortunate for Holly that one of the Colter brothers finds her almost frozen in a ditch just outside their cabin. Unfortunately for Holly, the brothers realize she is the one. The one woman for whom they have been waiting.

The brothers will do anything to keep Holly safe. For she is theirs.

The Cover and Title

The cover is not the one of the book I read.

The title, Colters’ Woman, is quite accurate and strongly hints at the actions in this story.

two-stars

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