Colters' Daughter

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Format:
eBook
Length:
Novel
Published:
February 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781609280253
$5.50
Categories:
Romance, Contemporary, Red Hot
Series:
Colters' Legacy
Description
He let her go once. This time he’s playing for keeps.

Colters’ Legacy, Book 3

Callie Colter once chased sunsets all over the world. Until Max. Together they were a perfect storm of desire, and she reveled in the beautiful power. Then he disappeared without a word, and the betrayal drove her home to lick her wounds.

Who knew he’d have the gall to show his face in her brother’s bar.

Max Wilder figures he deserves Callie’s right hook to the jaw, but it changes nothing. He had his reasons for pursuing her across Europe, for making her fall in love with him. But when she took everything he gave and offered more, she changed all the rules. He had no choice leaving her, but he’s back. This time for the right reasons.

Callie is angry and hurt, yet powerless against Max’s relentless onslaught. He’ll settle for nothing less than her complete surrender—and her love. Only when she’s back in his arms will he be truly happy. And the damning truth can stay safely tucked away.

Except the truth has a way of creeping to the surface, and Max may just be out of second chances.
Product Warnings
This title contains adult language, explicit sex, rough sex, anal sex. In other words...sex! Also contains themes of D/s which might offend some readers. Lots of angst, emotion and betrayal. Second chances and lots of warm fuzzies.
Reviews
Amanda S -
I tried. I really did. I love the other Colter books. I've enjoyed all of the other MB books I've read. I love a good D/s book, but this one isn't. It's incredibly hard to be a sub if you aren't strong, you can lose yourself if you aren't. A good D helps their s feel both "weak" and strong in the same instant. Never less for submitting. It's a treasure that a good D knows how to take care of. Callie just turned into a spineless weakling and Max wouldn't have had it any other way. I couldn't finish it. Can't stand to see a previously strong character (strong as in a well written and believeable character) be butchered that badly.
Catherine J -
It's definitely d/s. On the side of the D/s it's not so much a strong bondage, edge of pain thing, so don't go in expecting that. It more to be an all consuming thing. There were parts that rang true/believable for me and others that totally didn't. The ending was good but I almost didn't make it that far. This is well written and all that jazz, but I personally had a lot of trouble with it. I much preferred the earlier Colters'.
Valerie P C -
Very different than the first Colters' Legacy books. Doubt if I will read this one again. A 2 rating from me means 'Just OK'.
Na W -
Okay story. No multiple lovers, but quite more D/s than I was expecting. On the other hand, I was mostly satisfied by the HEA and was glad to revisit the Colter men which ups the final assessment to a solid 3/5.
Margaret S -
I have to say I was very disappointed with this book. She turned Callie into a wimp and it was a horrible ending for the series. If you liked the first two books you will be disappointed with this one.
Traci C -
This was a fabulous book about the Colters. Not my favorite of the series because no one writes menage stories like Maya. But I think the D/S story line was great for Callie. How else would she be with her family! I hope this isnt the end of the Colter clan. We need to see the rest of the story! I would read this only if you have read the rest of the Colter books!
angel m -
This book was great!. it had me smiling and crying at the same time. really recomend anything by this author.
Julie F -
There hasn't been a single book in the Colters' Legacy series that I haven't enjoyed immensely. This is the first book of the series where one of the men isn’t 100% perfect. He has flaws in both his pride and, initially, his motive. In the end those flaws make you love him that much more. One of the best e-books I’ve had the pleasure of reading in a long time.
Maria M -
I usually don't give public review, because reading fictional story affect each reader differently. Colters' Daughter come with a bright red warning that it contains a D/s relationship aspect that may offend some reader. So far, I read review from the offended people, so I thought I give mine as one who is NOT offended. If you read previous Colters series & already have expectation of how Callie & Max story should be BEFORE you read it and haven't been reading the tidbits of excerpts Maya Banks shared on her facebook page, then let me tell you - you're bound for disappointment. It's like when you're going to a movie that's based on a book/novel you read, when you go the theatre already filled with expectation of what the movie should be, you're almost always leaving it disappointed. Remember the bright red D/s warning on the blurb of this book? Well, if you think that Callie is the "D" and Max is the "s" in the relationship, I can't help you there. Callie is submissive & Max is dominant. This story is about their journey finding their HEA in a relationship where Callie willingly on her own free will surrendering her power (her heart, body & soul) and put it Max's hands to take care of and he wouldn't have it any other way. People may think of Callie as weak, but willingly surrendering & being force to give-up part of yourself is totally 2 different things. The other large part of the story is how Max handle being given that much power over someone's everything where he had to sort out his own emotional turmoils which sometime results in mistakes that deeply hurt the person he loves. So far, we've known Callie from previous books as this independent, carefree, take-no-shit from others kind of girl. It's true, but that's NOT all of her. There are these all other sides of Callie we don't know about until we get to read this one. Makes perfect sense! Previous books aren't about her, this 1 is. In this one, we're exposed to the side of Callie as a girl who love having her every needs taken care of. Yes, she's independent but she's spoilt too. Some hate this because it makes her look weak & needy. To me, it makes her more real. It's WAY too good to be true for the ONLY daughter who live her entire life as the youngest child with 3 dads & 3 older brothers hovering & showering her with love & attention AND NOT be spoilt. Yes, she's her own woman, independent and stuff, but there ought to be a spoilt girl in there somewhere, don't you think? Well, it turns out the independent & spoilt Callie need a strong man to share her life with. She found her dom Max, who's making mistakes left & right because he's used to getting his own way for the majority of his life & trying to make it work, being as dominant as he is, with Callie AND her entire family isn't easy. In the end, they get their happy ending & I'm thoroughly entertained reading their journey getting there. I like this books as much as I like the previous ones in Colters series. A $3.85 well spent.
Theresa B -
What a disappointment! The other books in this series are such amazing stories, that I guess I expected more of the same. I struggled with the characters from the beginning and I think the D/s theme detracted from the story. I expected Callie to be a strong woman but she was so weak, and Max was just annoying most of the time. Their words and actions were unbelievable and I grew increasingly frustrated as the story unfolded. Instead of getting lost in the story, I got annoyed at the next implausible scene. It was great to revisit the rest of the Colter family again, but I’m saddened that Ms. Banks did not take a different approach with this story.
Elizabeth C -
It ended great, but I really got neg vibes as him being the right alpha for Callie...And his character seemed wishy-washy at times to me...Her acceptance of jumping back in the sack after him supposedly dumping her didn't feel realistic either. The storyline was a great one; just wished more thought and character depth had been given. Max just seemed really shallow until the very end of book. I had been really anticipating this book, and I feel let down in a lot of ways. I liked the D/s theme, but even that came across as too soon and shallow...
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