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More Than Her (More Than Series, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 5 in More Than Series
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- Publication date : November 18, 2013
- File size : 1602 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 338 pages
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00GQZ653E
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #56,810 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In this book we are experiencing Logan and Amanda's relationship. Through a series of flash back chapters and present time chapters you get to feel all of the angst and turmoil of how these two met, feel for each other, but struggle to have a relationship due to the horrid of their pasts coming present in their lives.
Logan may seem like a sleeze ball with how many girls he sleeps around with, but honestly I think he holds more love in his heart than other characters in this series. Part of his journey is identifying the type of love he feels for each of these people who are in his life. I love the conversation Cam has with Dylan at the bonfire about their love for Mikayla and the difference between Live live and Logan-Lucy love.
Logan loves so hard he is able to let go of those he lives to help keep them safe, even if it is not warranted.
Logan Matthews is an a**hole. Which is what I love about him to be honest. He has a past and it isn't a pretty one. I cried like a baby when he was telling pretty girl, Amanda, about it. I wanted to wrap him up in my arms and tell him everything would be ok now but it wasn't. His past comes back and in a bad way.
Amanda resisted Logan when she first met him and he would ask her out. Then one day she finally gives in and goes out with him. They have the perfect first date that is until he doesn't call her back. Now he wants a second chance to make things right. Though she fights it she forgives him and decides to try because truth be told she never got over him the first time.
Things aren't easy for them with their pasts and their insecurities. Plus Logan has a tendency of being an a**hat and making things worse. Logan blames himself for a lot of things especially Amanda's problems. He doesn't think that he's good enough for her and the last thing he wants is for her to be hurt because of him. He loves her and she owns every part of him.
This book had me laughing, crying, and some parts were just sad face emoticon. It was great seeing Lucy and Cam (they are just too cute and funny), Heidi and Dylan (something is going on there not exactly sure what but I do want to know), and Jake and Micky again.
About 75% of the way through the book Jay put a twist into the story that I never saw coming. Saying I was shocked is an understatement but I do like the twist. This book does end with a minor cliffhanger but thankfully I only have to wait until next month to get more.
Jay thank you so much for this series. I more than like it a lot. You have a fan for life in me and I will be one-clicking More Than Him next month when it comes out. If you still haven't one-clicked More Than This and/or More Than Her yet you don't know what you're missing. I recommend going out and doing it now you really won't be disappointed.
I also really like "her". And I think she is perfect for Logan. But she comes with some of her own baggage, and it makes it hard for her to just let go and live life. Besides, Logan has hurt her once before. In the beginning of this story, she is bound and determined to keep Logan from even realizing she is on campus. But once she lets him in, just the tiniest bit, that plan flies right out the window.
Logan really knows how to take care of "her", even if she's not sure she wants him to. Their love is hot and heavy, but also frustrating and crazy-making. Plus, there are a few other people involved in their lives that make their relationship a little complicated. Once they decide they actually want to try to make a relationship work, they both seem to dive in, head-first. But that can lead to hitting the unseen rocks beneath the water. And don't get me wrong, even though Logan has the ability to F things up in epic proportions, she doesn't always make things easy for them either.
Jay McLean is very talented when it comes to writing swoon-worthy scenes! She is also pretty awesome at making up new words. Like "Hoovering", which is NOT referring to the vacuum. :) She gave me ALL THE FEELS while I was reading this! I laughed out loud, I cried, I may have yelled at my e-reader a few times...
Top reviews from other countries
This instalment is Logan and Amanda's heartbreakingly beautiful story. Logan is broken underneath his womanising demeanour, when he meets Amanda he actually sees a person and not just another girl to bang. Amanda feels an unusual connection with Logan after one beautiful night. But things don't run smoothly, Logan is scared of attachment. Amanda has a cupboard full of secrets that she struggles to share. Will they both be able to trust each other?
That is a really pathetic synopsis, however, so much happens in this book I can't put down a whole heap without blowing the plot line open. Basically it's a clear your schedule, grab some Kleenex, a drink and snacks because you are not going to be able to put it down until you get to the very last page type of book.
I adored the book and I cannot wait to read more from this fabulous author.