In Colton’s Custody by Dana Nussio

In Colton’s Custody by Dana Nussio is book five in the Coltons of Mustang Valley series. This series of novels written by various authors features the Colton Family of Mustang Valley, Arizona. This is a Mills & Boon Romantic Suspense: Heart-racing suspense, adventure and romance under extraordinary circumstances.

Asher Colton is the foreman of the family ranch, Rattlesnake Ridge Ranch, and single father of six-month-old, Harper Grace. Willow Merrill is the owner/operator of Tender Years daycare center and single mother of six-month-old Luna Mariana. The babies were both born on November 2nd at Mustang General Hospital and may have been switched in the nursery. If possible switched at birth babies isn’t enough, Willow is facing a threat to her business and Asher’s entire family is in turmoil. Can they really forge a new relationship under these circumstances?

Ms. Nussio continues the string of unique, entertaining novels and maintains the continuity of the multi-author series. Our main characters are front and center with strong personalities. The plot is bold and engaging and may be the best yet. The romance is believable and develops at the right pace. The ending is satisfying and appropriate. I really enjoyed In Colton’s Custody and give it 5 out of 5 stars. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys romantic suspense.

My thanks to HARLEQUIN – Romance (US & Canada) and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

Publication Date: March 3, 2020

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