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by Maya Banks

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Fans of the Colter series know what to expect from this family dynamic. New readers might want to check out the first book, at least, to understand the polyamorous nature of the family. The premise of three men/one woman is out there but, by this fourth entry, it’s the norm for these folks. (This novel was originally supposed to be a novella titled "A Colter Christmas," however it has been published as a full-length story under this new name.)

Holly Colter is going to get her most precious dream — to have all of her children home for Christmas and to be the one who cooks the holiday dinner. The running joke is how disastrous Holly is in the kitchen. As she asks her daughter-in-law Lily to teach her the basics, Lily has her own drama to face when she finds out that she’s pregnant. Her fear of losing another child paralyzes her and threatens the trust she has in her husbands. This entry is a good catch-up for the series’ faithful, but it really doesn’t break any new ground. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jun., 256 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins


Published: June 2012

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