Doriana Callahan is having a rough
time. She is being stalked. Her son is rebelling and being
secretive. Someone is sabotaging her fatherís company and
stealing bids. Then, on top of that, Logan Tanner has been
hired by her father to be her new personal assistant. Years
ago Logan and Dori were inseparable and when he left without
a word, he broke Doriís heart. Now, it seems that he is
back in town and suddenly Dori has a sixteen-year-old
dilemma on her hands whose name happens to be Josh.
Logan Tanner regrets leaving Dori so
long ago. Sixteen years prior he did something so awful
that he had to run, and run he did Ė away from Dori and away
from the son he never knew existed. Hired by Doriís father,
Logan must find the person responsible for single-handedly
trying to ruin the family business. When he accomplishes
what he has been hired to do, where will he go from there?
Hopefully, straight into Doriís arms forever.
grabbed me with the blurb.
I adore stories of lost lovers reuniting again years later.
I just knew that Logan and Dori would be together and loved
reading how their relationship had to grow and each
character had to come to grips with their respective pasts.
Logan had a bit more baggage than Dori and his forgiving of
himself was hard for him to do. Doriís guilt was in not
telling Logan immediately about the stork visiting her
almost sixteen years ago. I couldnít blame Logan for his
anger but the storyline was written well enough that I know
why Dori made the decisions she made.
I really liked the plot and premise of
Loganís Redemption. As a reviewer, only one
thing really stood out in my mind and bothered me. It is
minor but I feel it must be mentioned. It seems as if I was
left hanging when Josh ran into trouble. Nothing was
mentioned about his recovery, etc. At the end of the book, I
was left not knowing his prognosis or what happened with
that part of the storyline.
All in all, I enjoyed Loganís Redemption very
much and would automatically read another novel by Cara