Blog Tour, ARC Review & Giveaway: Toxic: Logan’s Story (Torn #4) by K.A. Robinson

ToxicTrue love is forever. After years of chasing his best friend, Chloe, Logan finally managed to win her heart—or so he thought. His world crashes down around him when she confesses to cheating on him with a local rock star, Drake. Unable to let her go completely from his life, Logan reassumes his role of best friend while he watches Chloe find her happily ever after with another man. Each day, he sinks further and further into his depression, and the kind, caring Logan he once was dies. When Jade, a member of Drake’s band, inserts herself into his life, Logan never expects to fall for her. He’s too broken, too damaged.

Jade ran away from home when she was seventeen, desperate to escape her abusive stepfather and her controlling boyfriend, Mikey. The only regret she has is that she left behind her little sister, Bethaney. When Jade’s band, Breaking the Hunger, hits it big, she vows to go back to her hometown not only to reconnect with her little sister, but also to show her stepfather that she’s not worthless like he said.

The moment Jade saw Logan, she knew she wanted him. Unfortunately, he was with Chloe at the time. After his world falls apart, Jade steps in to comfort him, determined to bring back the Logan she once knew.

Sometimes, you find true love with the person you never least expect. Can Logan and Jade heal each other? Or will they forever be changed by their toxic pasts?

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Title: Toxic: Logan’s Story (Torn #4)
Author: K.A. Robinson
Release Date: May 19th, 2014
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☆☆☆☆½

**ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**

I’m going to be completely honest; I was not looking forward to reading Logan’s book at all. It has nothing to do with Kelly’s writing and everything to do with the fact that I did not like Logan’s character in the previous books. Because Kelly is one of my go-to authors and she has never disappointed me, I sucked it up and read this book. I was blatantly surprised when I couldn’t put my iPad down and ended up falling in love with Logan.

This time around we get to read Logan and Jade’s story. We get to see what Logan was thinking throughout the previous books and past the events that occurred. Because of this, I feel like I understand Logan a whole lot more. Being able to see everything from his point of view was refreshing and opened my eyes to the character that Logan really is. This book was so close to being my favourite one in the entire series.

I was curious as to how the title of the book would work with the story, though I can now see it all so clearly after reading about the relationship between Logan and Jade. There’s a complexity to their relationship that could potentially destroy or save each other. You get to see everything from the point where Chloe comes clean about her infidelity to the possible HEA that I now know Logan deserves – I don’t want to give the ending away! ;)

I can only hope that this is not the end for the Torn series. Kelly has opened up some doors for the other friends in this book and I need to know more. Pretty please give us books for Amber & Adam and Eric! :)

“I don’t want perfect. All I want is you.”

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About the Author:

K.A. Robinson Author PicK.A. Robinson is from a small town in West Virginia. She still lives there today with her crazy two year old son and husband of four years.

When she isn’t writing, she loves to read and constantly has her nose buried in her Kindle, much to her husband’s annoyance. Her favorites are usually something about dystopian societies or hot rock stars with tattoos.

She can’t cook to save her life, and is a firm believer in frozen pizza. Her addictions include Diet Pepsi, Starbucks, and Cocoa Pebbles, as well as an addiction to all things tattooed.

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Giveaway:

1 x signed copy of Toxic
1 x eBook of Toxic

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– Emily-Jane.

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