Logan Lost

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Lily Logan was broken. Years in an abusive relationship with her adopted brother had left her scarred in more ways than one.

Can a new man help her embrace a new future or will her past keep pulling her under?

Warning: This book contains scenes of domestic abuse and sexual sadism that some readers may find offensive. It is not suitable for anyone under 18.

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Words: 117,160
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781311588395
About Emma L Smith

I have always wanted to be a writer. Well apart from the brief time when I was four and wanted to sell pots on the market.

No matter where my life has led me, books have always been a constant in my life. They have guided me through the many mysteries of the human heart and mind. Not everything I've read has been good and not everything I've written has been that way either. However, I power on through regardless and hopefully one day I'll write something that will touch the soul of just one person.

I hope you like what I write and I'd love to hear from you.

I'm accepting volunteers for beta reading so let me know if you have the patience to work with someone who's mind is always on the next thing and never on the here and now.

If you like what I write then please tell the world on Goodreads, Amazon, your blog, your website, sky writing, fireworks display, anywhere really.....

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Review by: hrhsophia on June 08, 2014 :
Okay so the insane beatings aside and the initial rape intro ignored I must admit that I just did not get the love story between these two. It just did not make any sense, there was no chemistry Her relationship with Elliott felt forced and with the secret and eventual conclusion, a little convenient.
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Review by: nanette brumfield on June 05, 2014 :
Totally awesome book! Intense characters and story. Loved the ending. Brest job!
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