Title: Healed Hearts
Author Name & Publisher: Logan Meredith (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: August 24, 2015 — 200 pages
Even men afraid of donuts deserve a happy ending.
Second-grade teacher Seth Ray has experienced more than his fair share of heartbreak. On his own since his mother’s death, Seth remains burdened by frequent anxiety, which he manages by steadfastly avoiding anything that might set it off—including men whose names start with the letter J and donuts. Unfortunately, after a night with Jude Murphy, he encounters both and flees into the street.
Jude’s not your typical twenty-something-year-old gay man. The youngest of six boys, he desperately wants to start a family of his own. The puzzling morning-after with Seth reminds him why he doesn’t sleep around.
When Seth discovers the man he brushed off is the uncle of one his students, he’s compelled to smooth things over to save face, but Jude lays it on the line—he wants Seth, but he doesn’t do casual. The allure of the sexy redhead compels Seth to face an entire family of J names for a chance at happiness.
Okay I love sweet romances where a couple will help each other with everything they are going through. So as much as I hate to say it this one was just not for me. It honestly felt like there was some kind of drama with every chapter. It just felt way like way to much after awhile. Seth all I can say about him is I was not a fan of him at all. The way he acted, the things he did just made me not like him for Jude at all. Jude was sweet and caring, sometimes over the top but I felt like he did not deserve to be treated like he was by Seth. I just did not see them as a couple at all. This book was just not for me.
Logan Meredith began writing as a teen when beautiful men started keeping her company at night. Unfortunately, the voices she heard were imaginary, and their conversations resulted in horrible insomnia. They only let her sleep when she started typing their words down. Thankfully, being awkward as hell and a head taller than anyone else in the school afforded plenty of spare time for writing.
At first, she tried to make them play with characters from her favorite television series or books. She found her lost tribe with a ravenous, crazy group of fanfiction lovers online and started sharing her stories publicly. Then something amazing happened, new characters arrived and started sharing their stories. Only, they wanted their own world to play in and they wanted to find their true loves. So between her day job and making time for her family, she tries to keep up with the demands from her beautiful men for their happily ever afters.
A native of San Antonio, Texas and a graduate of the University of Texas-San Antonio, Logan currently resides in Indianapolis, IN. In addition to writing, she spends her time reading and re-reading her favorite books, cheering for the San Antonio Spurs, playing Words with Friends, and procrastinating pretty much everything else.
Logan is a proud member of the LGBTQA community and vocal advocate for mental health awareness, suicide prevention, and marriage equality campaigns.
Logan welcomes the chance to interact with readers. You can find her on twitter @LL_Meredith or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.