- Katherine Bryan
- Release Date
- December 2013
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
Fun, flirty, and a little bit sexy... If you like romantic comedy with a Christmas theme, a sexy rich guy, an Irish heroine who mutters in Gaelic, a crazy bet, a long held secret, and lots of pets then chances are, you'll enjoy LOVING LOGAN.
Jun 17, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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Logan Mitchell finally returns to his hometown after years of being away. He left to seek out his fortune, which he did. Logan is very successful and a very rich man, though now he is starting to realize that money is nothing with no family to share it with.
He wanted to take care of his family since his father passed away, and he left his hometown and Bailey O'Donlan behind without a second look. Now that he has returned, he hopes to get in touch with Bailey O'Donlan and rekindle their brief romance from eight years ago to see if what he has been feeling for her these past few years is love. However, she wants nothing to do with him and is still upset with him for something that happened eight years ago. He knows that he has an uphill battle where she is concerned.
Bailey is not happy to see that Logan has returned. She still has feelings for him and she is also unsure what to do about her daughter Kelsie, who is also Logan's daughter, though he doesn't know it! Her plans to go to college and become a veterinarian took much longer to accomplish because she had her daughter. But she is now finally in a place where she will graduate and always do what she wanted. She knows that having Logan back in town will only upset her plans. She hopes to avoid him at all costs.
LOVING LOGAN was an okay read for me. Nothing really jumped out at me. I felt that the entire story would have been different if both Logan and Bailey spoke to each other eight years ago and didn't waste all that time in between.
The other reason that I wasn't too thrilled with the story is because of the secret baby aspect; she should have told him. In the story, Logan starts spending time with Bailey's daughter and clearly cares for her, then he gets the surprise of his life when he realizes that she's actually his kid. He also realizes pretty early that the one woman he always loved was Bailey but he left so he could go create his wealth. In some ways I actually wished that Bailey had moved on. Why is it always the woman that waits? You can't tell me that she wouldn't have found someone else to get involved with. Seems unbelievable to me.
I did like the other characters in the book, and Bailey's brothers, particularly, are pretty funny. If you are one that likes surprise children, then this might just be the book for you.
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