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I adore these books.I have read them all in eBook form and had to buy them in paperback. Its even better listening to them. They are an amazing bunch of characters and the story is well written. The narrator is really good and I had fun listening to it.
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Absolutely loved this book, shows the power of love and family. The ending was awesome with the press conference and the tattoo on Emily's arm was such a good ending.
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Told from alternating points of view, Logan and Emily's, this book had an interesting plot. Logan and Emily are each dealing with their own personal struggles, and even though a little over the top at times, as far as the story line goes, it’s not too over the top with angst or overly dramatic. This book captured my attention right away. The characters were endearing, the story was fast paced, interesting and refreshing. Lets just say a few pages in and I was hooked. By the time I hit the ending, I was disappointed it was over so quickly! In fact, this book ends abruptly but leaves you knowing there is more to Emily and Logan’s story. Emily goes by Kit. She spends her days playing guitar by the subway of NYC. She is a long way from home. She comes from a whole different world than the one she is living in now. She is homeless- but it’s a choice she made. She's hiding a secret that she can't trust anyone with. Next you meet Logan who lives with his four brothers. He is a tattoo artist. He is a bit of a man slut. And he is also deaf. He too has his own secrets. One day Emily arrives at a tattoo parlor requesting a tattoo of one her designs. Logan is the tattoo artist for this project. The sparks fly between them especially when Emily ends up punching him in the nose and breaking it. From that point, Emily and Logan start to form a connection early on and the chemistry between them is quite believable, but what I really loved is the relationship she forms with all his brothers and that the brothers have with each other. I family dynamic in this book was great. Even though Logan had no parents to speak of, his brothers were a tight unit. I especially had a soft spot for Matt. Although short, this book was still packed with plenty of steam and enough awwwww moments. Still worth the purchase even though the book was very short.
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