Review: Doing Logan



Doing Logan

Rhian Cahill

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave

Genre: Contemporary/Modern


What I liked: Cahill does a great job with this little gem of a book. I really sympathized with the characters because everyone has had love they have always wanted to share with the one that got away. So those of us who can relate can and will love this story because of what it reminds us of. Love is truly never lost, its always found. Logan has that chance with Meredith. At first, Meredith is a bit hesitant but it works out. With the jerk of an ex and his bubbly new wife hanging about, things are sure to get interesting. Logan will not let anyone stop him at this point from claiming Meredith the way he wants to. I loved that about his character as well, loyal and loving to a fault. We need more guys like this.  If you love romance and rekindling of relationships, then you will love Cahill’s Doing Logan.

Book Blurb:

Logan has been in love with Meredith for as long as he can remember. Seeing her with another had been its own brand of torture, but now that she’s free, nothing can stop him from claiming what is rightfully his.


The magnetism of Logan has never been lost on Meredith, but crossing the line between friend and lover scares her, even after dumping her slimeball ex. When Logan kisses her, an attraction like she’s never known ignites, sweeping her into an affair she can’t walk away from.


As Logan fights to win her heart, Meredith wages a battle of her own. Is she willing to admit her interest stretches way beyond merely doing Logan?



Denise Alicea
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