By Maya Banks
He permit her pass as soon as. This time he's enjoying for keeps.
Colters' Legacy, e-book 3
Callie Colter as soon as chased sunsets around the globe. until eventually Max. jointly they have been an ideal hurricane of hope, and she or he reveled within the attractive energy. Then he disappeared and not using a notice, and the betrayal drove her domestic to lick her wounds.
Who knew he'd have the gall to teach his face in her brother's bar.
Max Wilder figures he merits Callie's correct hook to the jaw, however it alterations not anything. He had his purposes for pursuing her throughout Europe, for making her fall in love with him. but if she took every thing he gave and provided more, she replaced the entire principles. He had no selection leaving her, yet he's again. This time for the suitable reasons.
Callie is offended and damage, but powerless opposed to Max's relentless onslaught. He'll accept not anything lower than her entire surrender—and her love. purely while she's again in his palms will he be actually chuffed. And the damning fact can remain properly tucked away.
Except the reality has a fashion of creeping to the outside, and Max may be out of moment chances.
Warning: This name comprises grownup language, specific intercourse, tough intercourse, anal intercourse. In different words...sex! additionally includes topics of D/s which would offend a few readers. plenty of angst, emotion and betrayal. moment percentages and many hot fuzzies.
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Colters' Daughter (Colters' Legacy, Book 3) by Maya Banks