COLTERS’ LADY was very good. I have really enjoyed this series and can’t believe it took me this long to pull the trigger and read this Maya Banks series.
I’m usually not a fan of books when the first one was the parents and the next one is about the kids. For some reason that always seems eww or it disconnects me from the story, but with COLTERS’ LADY that didn’t happen for me.
I believe I liked our other three men (Adam, Ryan, and Ethan) better than their sons Seth, Michael and Dillon. Where they knew they would share their woman, the sons never entertained the idea…..
Until Seth, who became a police officer, serves the homeless Lily and everything changes. He’s hit with that famous ‘Colters’ zap’ and knows she’s his. What he didn’t know what that she would soon be his brothers’ too.
The brothers struggled a little with accepting their fate, yet none of them were willing to walk away. As for Lily, she took things fairly well except for that fact that they wanted HER but was willing to give them a chance.
Once again the Colter family blows me away. I loved seeing Holly, Adam, Ryan, Ethan and their daughter Callie. The love is just as strong thirty years later as it was during COLTERS’ WOMAN. Callie even dug her way into my heart as she’s such a great character. Callie’s coming off a bad experience that closes her off from the family, but at finding Lily, Seth returns home and completes the entire family being home. The relationship between Holly, Callie and Lily becomes really close. Holly helps Lily adjust to their type of relationship and gives her that mothering that she longs for. Callie begins to heal by helping Lily and she loves having a new sister.
However, her own demons were much darker. The truth behind Lily’s past doesn’t come out till close to the end, but when it does, it is heartbreaking.
The men in the end turn out wonderful. Their relationship is solid and after Lily does two things to free her from her past she’s finally ready to accept their proposal.
No epilogue in this one, so I’m eager to start COLTERS’ DAUGTHER.