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USA Today Bestselling Author Sydney Logan writes heartfelt romances that feature strong women and the men who love them. In addition to her novels, she has penned several short stories and is a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Soul. She is a Netflix junkie, music lover, and a Vol for Life. Sydney and her husband make their home in beautiful East Tennessee.
To learn more about Sydney and her books, visit her online at www.sydneylogan.com.
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There’s nothing like real stories from real people to inspire you. These empowering and uplifting stories by people who have overcome challenges, solved problems, or changed their lives will help you find your own inner strength, resilience, and remind you to think positive, count your blessings, and use the power that you have within you.
Wedding planner Skye Douglas makes a career out of bringing fairytales to life—even if she’s given up on her own happily ever after. Instead of dating, she devotes time to her nephew, a guitar prodigy who shares her love for 80s hair bands. When she encounters Caleb Lynch, the new guitar teacher, everything changes. Caleb's passion for music—not to mention his Def Leppard T-shirt—makes Skye wonder if she might get her storybook ending after all.
Caleb would do anything for those he loves—including a fake engagement as a gift to his best friend's dying mother. But after meeting Skye, he regrets the promise he made.
When Skye realizes she’s fallen for the groom, will she listen to her head . . . or her heart?
I’ve spent the last decade, and a fortune in paint, making sure of it.
Amber Tucker never dreamed she’d return to Cedar Grove, but when she finally finds the courage to leave her abusive husband, she knows her old hometown is her only option. Desperate for a new life, Amber takes her ten-year-old son and moves in with her aunt. She prays for a fresh start while hoping to avoid her childhood sweetheart—the man whose heart she broke nearly a decade ago.
Noah Murphy has spent the last ten years trying to forget Amber Tucker. He’s had a hard time letting go—as evidenced by the big red heart on his farm’s grain silo. Noah painted it when he was sixteen and crazy in love, and every spring, he gives the heart a fresh coat of paint. It’s all he has left—the only reminder that Amber was real.
That is, until she returns to Cedar Grove.
When her husband comes calling, Amber knows she has to break the cycle of abuse, once and for all. But, when she takes matters into her own hands, can Noah protect her from the consequences of her actions? Or, will he lose her all over again?
Despite a fulfilling life, small-town pediatrician Dr. Brody Myers still can’t forget the girl who broke his heart so long ago. She's even harder to forget when a family emergency brings them face-to-face after more than a decade apart. It only takes a moment for him to realize that nothing has changed--especially not the promise he made to love Melody Mitchell for the rest of his days.
Will Melody put her life on hold for another chance at finding her happily ever after? Or is Brody destined to have his heart broken all over again? Fans of second chance romance will savor this sweet tale of unexpected motherhood and everlasting love.
Then her mother tries to sell her for a bag of meth.
After her mom’s arrest, Scout’s forced to switch schools in the middle of senior year. Scared and alone, she pours her heart into her journal and dreams of the day she turns eighteen.
For Wyatt Campbell, senior year is predictable purgatory. Then the new girl steals his seat in history class, and suddenly, school’s not so bad. They bond through their love of music, and Wyatt finds himself falling hard for the journal-loving girl with the sad blue eyes.
Wyatt’s heard the rumors. He knows Scout’s had it rough.
He’s determined to be the one thing in her life that’s easy.
In this captivating teen novel, Sydney Logan weaves a touching story that tackles the heartbreak of addiction, the power of forgiveness, and the wonders of first love.
He’s her boss.
She’s the nanny.
Love's not an option . . . right?
Fresh out of college and ready to take on the world, Olivia Stuart can’t wait to step into her first classroom. But when her dreams of becoming a teacher fall flat, she accepts a job as a nanny. It’s good practice, after all. If she can’t handle one kid, how can she possibly deal with a classroom full of them?
Little does she know that this one kid—and his father—will turn her life upside down.
After years of misery, Jackson Healey was almost relieved when his wife abandoned him six months ago. But now he’s a single dad to their heartbroken five-year-old, and he’s having a hard time dealing with his son’s violent tantrums. Olivia’s the latest in a long string of nannies, but Jackson’s hopeful that her teaching degree and sweet patience will help his son overcome his pain.
The last thing he expects is to fall in love.
Jackson knows he has to keep his distance for this arrangement to work.
Now if only he can convince his heart.
She finds a kindred spirit in Lucas Miller, a teacher from New York with demons of his own. Their new relationship is put to the test when one of their students shares his deepest secret. When the conservative community learns the truth, Sarah and Lucas—along with the town of Sycamore Falls—are schooled in the lessons of acceptance, tolerance, and love.
They say when God closes a door, He opens a window.
But Angelica isn’t prepared for a whole house…
For Angelica Roberts, this year has been one disappointment after another. Between ending her marriage and losing her bakery, she’s in desperate need of a fresh start. When she inherits her grandmother’s bed & breakfast, her family—including her autistic son and his service dog—move to the town of Windsong. With the help of her supportive mom and the town’s handsome handyman, Angelica hopes to bring the bed & breakfast back to life. However, between the constant house repairs, her son’s aversion to having strangers in his house, and her fear of losing yet another business, Angelica is ready to give up. But with the help of her family—past and present—Angelica learns where her treasures truly lie.
Love Like This is a story of starting over in the least likely of places, sprinkled with a dash of courage, a pinch of hope, and a slice of happily ever after.
With Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Joy of Less, spring cleaning takes on a whole new meaning. You’ll read stories about people who found happiness in an unlikely way: by saying no. No to buying more stuff, no to taking on additional time-filling commitments, and no to trying to please everyone all of the time.
I gaze out the frosty window, watching in fascination as my breath creates a pale fog along the glass.
You love the snow.
You love the holidays.
You especially love Christmas morning.
I think about you all the time, but never so much as I have the past few days. December is always hard because everything reminds me of you. The frozen river where we like to skate. The hot chocolate we love to drink. The glittering lights of the tree that you can't wait to decorate.
I see you everywhere.
It's the sweetest torture.
Living in Tornado Alley has caused twenty-two year old Laura Pratt to grow cynical when it comes to storm warnings. When a tornado rips its way through her college campus, Laura becomes trapped in the library basement with fellow music major and longtime crush Aiden Barnes. After the storm clears, and the two are faced with the harsh reality of Mother Nature’s vengeance, will Laura and Aiden emerge from the rubble with their hearts intact?