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Colters' Woman by Maya Banks
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Jun 14, 2011

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bookshelves: 2011, menage, erotica
Read from July 05 to 06, 2011

Once I was able to suspend disbelief about how fast Holly learned and accepted the brothers I liked the book. I was stunned with how fast the brothers knew that Holly was "the one" and then filled her in on what they expected of her, even knowing she was on the run, it seemed like it all happened in about 12 hours. What was even more ridiculous was Holly's response and hoping into bed at the same speed.

So with my personal issues put to rest, I did love how protective the brothers were. They made an effort to get to know Holly as a group and then again one on one, something that is needed when you contemplate a relationship like this.

Holly's issues with her husband seemed to muddy up the story, but we needed the conflict. I did like how everyone dealt with the issue, Holly did make the right choice even though it was a tough one.

The ending was great, with it everyone was clear that anything that happened was the clear cut choice of all involved.
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