Logan - A Preston Brothers Novel: A More Than Series Spin-Off

Logan - A Preston Brothers Novel: A More Than Series Spin-Off

by Jay McLean


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ISBN-13: 9781976524912
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/18/2017
Pages: 392
Sales rank: 628,309
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.87(d)

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Logan - A Preston Brothers Novel: A More Than Series Spin-Off 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BeckyRendon More than 1 year ago
Here's what I can in good conscience tell you: Jay McLean is a mean meanie. She will taunt you with a hint that leads you in the right direction. She will fold you in a warm embrace. She will make you feel like family, love, and fairytales are real. Then...utter destruction of your soul and all you hold dear. She will rip your heart out. With what I can only assume is a wicked grin, she will display it in her hands while she causes more unspeakable damage to the remains. ( You may think...whoa this lady has issues, but trust me, my issues are with the author.) It's not often an author can pull you into a book. I'm not talking empathy because I seem to feel a lot of books. I mean that the way the author writes feels like you are a Preston. Or even dumb name. You become a part of the story. It effects you the same way it does the other characters. It's impossible not to feel the hurricane of emotions that is present in this story. It is impossible not to need to read her entire back library. Ms. McLean is an incredible painter, story teller, and song writer all in one. The emotions, people, and story flow in an all encompassing way. So a word of advice...tissues. You need tons of tissues. Maybe even some Tylenol to cover the head ache from your crying jags. Yes, plural. You will cry more than once. Yes, it is worth it. Yes I volunteered to read it and once my Tylenol kicks in I would do it again.
Boundlessbookreviews More than 1 year ago
The End. Those were two words I dreaded seeing. I kept on telling myself, I have to do this or that. But nope Jay’s addictive words held me at bay. And I read this all through the night. Logan and Aubrey. Two souls who were just destined for each other. You never really know what you're going to get with Jay’s books. You know definitely that you will laugh, that there will be mayhem, and you will cry.. don’t fight it. Because it happens. Reading this almost felt like I was at home. I’ve followed these characters for a while now. It’s such a great feeling to see these characters grow, change and the depth that’s inside each and every one of them. I believe highly in a spoiler-free review. Because I don’t want to give away the goods. Ruin it for everyone. I’m not a ruiner. This was not an easy read, it had that feeling of heaviness but you never really understood. Until it was all revealed. It’s very deep raw emotion and I felt it. But even though there's that heaviness, there’s that feeling of family. That you know that it will be alright again. Because it just has to be. Overall, I give this Five Boundless Stars.
Kathy Christoferson More than 1 year ago
You + Me = 5 Stars!! Spoiler Free Review…. Jay McLean is a 1 click author for me. I’ve loved everything she’s written. Hell, I would read her grocery list if she’d publish it! Logan was no exception. Logan, oh Logan…he is the black sheep of the family, the dropout, the stoner, but he has a secret and now he has Aubrey. Aubrey has her own set of issues, can she really help Logan? Oh what this book did to my heart. Logan is full of all the angst and feels I have come to love about a Jay McLean book. I ran through every mood with this one. It was funny, it was gut-wrenching, it made me angry, it made me happy, it made me cry, it made me swoon and it warmed my heart. Jay never shies away from tough topics and she approaches them with such honesty and raw emotions that her words bring these characters to life. No wait, they are more than characters, they are so perfectly imperfect that they feel real and relatable, they feel like old friends. And I have to just say OMG Lucy, how I’ve missed you! Congratulations Jay on a book well done, I can’t wait to see what’s next, I need more of the Preston Punks!!