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Maya Banks
Maya Banks lives in Texas with her husband, three children and assortment of pets. When she's not writing, she can be found hunting, fishing or playing poker. show more



Maya Banks lives in Texas with her husband, three children and assortment of pets. When she's not writing, she can be found hunting, fishing or playing poker.

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YA Fanatic rated it 3 months ago
Oh man, I thought this was terrible. I've enjoyed a lot of Maya Banks' books. Especially her KGI series. But this one, just dumb. Boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl on the first sight. Therefore he must own her and from there on....typical love story I guess. Just not my favorite from this ...
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TOTALLY ADDICTED TO READING rated it 4 months ago
Just One Touch by Maya Banks is the fifth book in the Slow Burn series. Even though characters from the earlier books features extensively in this instalment, it can be read as a stand-alone. It is a romantic suspense with a touch of paranormal. There were some exciting and suspenseful moments, whic...
Lyndi
Lyndi rated it 8 months ago
I liked this one much more than the previous book. Genevieve was a wonderful heroine and Bowan a worthy hero. I only wish we got to find out what happened to all those bastards that treated her so atrociously. Drawn and quartered? Did they do that back then? They should have.
YA Fanatic
YA Fanatic rated it 9 months ago
I am on such an adult romance kick right now and I'm a bit obsessed with the KGI series by Maya Banks. They are all so much fun and a quick read. Definitely not something that's necessarily a "well written" read but I so enjoy it for what it is, trashy romance. Nathan is trapped in a cave being t...
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~*Krissys Bookshelf Reviews*~ rated it 11 months ago
He can’t change who he is...A horrific childhood has made Silas the man he is today: dangerous, distrustful, and demanding. He’s lived in self-imposed solitude, convinced that no woman could ever accept his need for absolute control—in business and pleasure. That is, until a young violinist walks in...
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