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Loving Logan Paperback – November 30, 2013
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About the Author
OK, OK, since you asked. I have danced with emus (one emu for less than ten seconds, possibly it was chasing me), lost approximately 42,371 pens (actually it was 10 pencils and 7 or maybe 29 pens – hey, I don’t have to LOVE math), was smacked by a glacier (no, I am not the Titanic, and it wasn’t so much a glacier as an ice cube tray that fell on my foot), lost a battle with mutant lake algae (jeez, fine, it was an empty lily pad, but that’s rather boring without a frog), and can claim victory over Hooked on Phonics (hey it beats Band-Aid Brand). I don’t wear a corset or write poems (although am quite sure could master both, probably if I didn’t want to breathe and learned what a haiku is since it turns out it’s not a fancy martial arts term). I still have my own teeth (no doubt because have not yet mastered typing with my face). Have never tried possum (possibly due to not being a Georgia native but rather a California transplant (non GMO of course). Have taken the literary world by storm once on a dark and stormy knight (had it not been dark or stormy, the knight would no doubt have given me a well deserved Pullet Surprise). When not writing, Ms. Bryan is a professional disruptive influence and prolific liar. Possibly was Dora The Explorer in another life. Biggest goal in life is to write the great American Break Out Novel and its sequel Dealing With Acne When You’ve Finally Broken Out. As Katie Bryan I write romantic comedy. (Loving Logan) More "You Had Me At WOOF" on the way. As KT Bryan I'm an action / romantic suspense writer. Author of Team EDGE. Visit me at www.KTBryan.net.
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Logan Mitchell, now rich and successful, came from humble beginnings and has returned home to stay as well as escape his Society title as Most Eligible Bachelor. Baily embarrasses him in front of their friends and Logan accepts a bet her brother has thrown down. All he has to do is make Bailey fall in love with him again by Christmas.
What happens, when in anger, Bailey shouts her secret at Logan and he learns Bailey's daughter is his as well? When Bailey wrote him while he was in America at University, after their brief encounter, and asked him to come home...he should have listened instead of throwing the letter away!
I really enjoyed this book and I highly recommend it!!
I liked both of the lead characters, they were strong, smart, funny people, but they were constantly ready to misunderstand each other, which did make me want to lock them in a closet together until they actually talked things out. The supporting characters of her family members were entertaining also and the character of Bailey's daughter, Kelsi was well written. The plot centered around the various relationships and the story was well written. I liked the addition of the animals also, the conga-doing, farting Bassett hound descriptions made me laugh. I liked the feeling of the Irish pub setting also.
Overall, it was a good story with one sexual scene, lots of kissing, some mild violence and mild profanity.
Heat factor moderate.
NOW, read no further if you don't want to read my thoughts. I found the heroine getting on my last nerve. She is 26, the mother of an 8 year old, I would think she would be a bit more mature than she was. First time she poured the beer down his shirt I was hoping that he would in turn pour one down her shirt. But no he just walks away. She did one childish thing after another. I think in real life this guy would have cut his losses and left town but he is certain that he wants this child/woman for all time. I found her to be annoying and childish. I can understand that she is hurt but good grief she carries this anger for 8 frigging years? That can destroy a person's inside sides not to mention their attitude, etc. She continues to act like the kid she was growing up. After he relates some of the things she pulled as a child trying to get his attention I wanted to gag. How could there be chemistry with this brat?" I quit reading after she discovers her daughter has broke her ankle. She again acts like a child wanting to smack her brother for not calling her so she could worry. Really? She seemed more concerned with herself than she did the kid. I just had to quit, I just kept getting more and more aggravated with the heroine. I know, I am the only one so it is just me. Read for yourself and make your own decision.
This is really a great read, and i will make sure i read this author's future works.