Logan has rented out a portion of his forty-five thousand acre cattle ranch to a movie shoot. Logan could care less about movies or stars and so when he runs into Desiree, the gorgeous Hollywood actress starring in the film, he doesn’t go out of ...more
The blurb says logan is a loner. But based on the story, character development and character interaction, logan is more dumb mute who speaks 1 sentence or 1 word. I think miss Burton trying to conveys logan as a loner and execute it poorly.
Even a loner can be portrays as a smart wise loner. Just have to find more in depth 1 sentence. And Des is a very confusing character. Why she interested in Logan?? Just pure sex? Then do we have to spend long chapters on touring the small town and at the ...more
Desiree is a pretty wonderful character who's smart, talented and unafraid to speak her mind when it matters. Logan has forged a lonely, solitary existence that's disrupted when Desi ...more
Desiree is an actress and she happens to find herself on Logan’s ranch for filming. When she meets him its sweet she sees he isn’t really interested in what she does but income is income and his kitchen worker Martha is a diehard fan.
I loved the relationship Logan has with Martha she is the mother figure he needed. It is so sweet and I love that she treats him like family.
Desiree’s character is awesome, I like that she was ...more
Logan knew he was crazy for renting his ranch to a movie company, but that was only confirmed when he met leading actress, Desiree Jenkins. One look at her and he knew she was trouble and that was before he met her bold declarations and her down-home appeal.
Desiree and her costar Colt are as close a ...more
I also couldn't believe Logan's ranch was 45,000 acres yet he was not a cattle baron, but a simple cattle rancher who lived a simple life. But the issue that I didn't buy at all was how Logan was totally accepting of Cole being gay and thought people should love whoever they wanted. Yea, right, this catt ...more
Logan McCormack isn't the kind of man to be starstruck. However, when he rents out his farm property for a couple of months so that a Hollywood movie can be made, he doesn't ever expect to be taken by the lead actress, Desiree Jenkins.
There's something special about Des. For one, she isn't caught up ...more
While Logan was a jerk not needing a life mate, he eventually found that people are just people on different paths, maybe unfamiliar to them, and can be rationalized and recognized as good as theirs. Blinders often get in the way until they are removed.
Logan is a loner. He has his family and a few close friends and that's the way he likes it. He doesn't particularly c ...more
>>>>If I was gonna fan girl over someone...it'd so be Jaci Burton. Damn but the woman can write a melt you down to your toes romance that'll make you swoon a little, sigh a little and totally fall in love. And Hope Ignites was no exception to the rule. Burton totally rocked it once again.
>>>>The storyline was so fun! Despite being a bit of a loner Logan's agreed to let a production company film part of a movie on his ranch and ...more
We are back in the small town of Hope and this is one I was looking forward to read. Luke’s older brother, Logan, came across as the epitome of tall, dark and silent. Silent and a bit broody. And I LOVE to see those types of heroes fall, and fall hard. And what a better way to bring him to his knees that with a Hollywood actress for a heroine?
I love the variety of storylines we get in the Hope series. From a cop/vet to a rancher/movie star. Worlds apart. The one constant thing throughout this s ...more
When I started this book, I honestly did not expect to like it. Logan was a big jerk to Des in the beginning, and I just couldn’t see myself liking him enough to appreciate the romance.
Luckily I was very wrong, and as the book progressed and Logan slowly started to relax around Des and just be himself, I loved him. Yes, he was still sometimes an ass, as he found it very hard to trust in Des, and trust in what they could have, but boy was he good at groveling. I was hoping for these two’s HEA,...more
Passionate sparks ignite when Logan and Des meet. Des is longing to find peace away from the movie star rat race and finds it on Logan's ranch during a movie shot. Logan finds THE WOMAN but fears his life and ranch will be too dull. Des needs to be determined in claiming Logan. He tries to resist her to protect his heart. But their chemistry is just too strong to be denied.
Hot read!!!!! Des was strong, determined, nice, and pretty. Logan was tough, sexy, charming, a ...more
Thoughts on Heroine
MinnChica: I really liked Desiree. I thought she was totally down to earth and likeable as a heroine. The problems she faced as a star were not glossed over, and I liked the extra dimension it added to the story, even though this book wasn’t as “Hollywood” as I had hoped. There were a few times throughout the story that I thought Des let Logan treat her like crap, so when she finally stood up for herself toward the ...more
WTF. I don't understand how this book has so many good views. He was a jerk. And she was a doormat. Logan spent the ENTIRE book being an ass with Des, and she accepted. The few times he wasn't being an ass, were when he was fucking her, only because he wouldn't talk much. Even at the end when he was a jerk. AGAIN. And they broke up. AGAIN. and he went after her.(For the first time, because every time he was a jerk, she would be the one to go after him) I couldn't care less ab ...more
The story begins with Logan McCormack allowing a production company to make a movie ...more
Book two in the Hope series introduces us to a stubborn sexy cowboy and one feisty flirty movie star. When their worlds collide, Ms. Burton grants her readers a fast-paced romance that is full of passion, excitement and a beautiful love that is worth fighting for.
We first met Logan in Hope Flames. He is a standoffish brooding rancher and brother to the small town sheriff, Luke McCormack. Not much has changed in his life until he agree ...more
Where the Wind Comes Sweeping Down the Plains! HOPE IGNITES
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This is the second book I’ve read by Jaci Burton – begun about three minutes after I finished the first in this series, HOPE FLAMES (Review) Here’s my favorite book quote so far this year. It gave me more than enough reason to love D ...more