Stealing Gold: (The Logan Series, Book 4)

Stealing Gold: (The Logan Series, Book 4)

by Sally Clements

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"There's no way I'm gonna play the voice of a squirrel. How desperate do you think I am?"
Very desperate, as it turned out.
The Princess of Country, Stacy Gold, desperately needs a new contract after her manager steals and runs, but in order to get it, she must placate her label by agreeing to become the voice of an animated squirrel in Bibi's Big Adventure.
Resolute filmmaker Adam Logan wants nothing to do with his ex-wife, Stacy Gold, but when the voice of Bibi Squirrel has to be recast due to an unfortunate twerking incident, he's forced to work with her or lose his company.
When secrets and lies from their past explode, can Stacy and Adam's new relationship survive the fallout?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781533070340
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/03/2016
Pages: 182
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.42(d)

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Stealing Gold: (The Logan Series, Book 4) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars! Stealing Gold by Sally Clements, is the fourth book in The Logan Series and it can be enjoyed as a a standalone. To date, I have read books two and three from the series and liked them very much. Each installment is focused on a sibling from the Logan family, and this time Adam Logan, a successful businessman and aspiring filmmaker, is in the spotlight. Stacy Gold is one of the hottest female vocalists in country music. For the past decade, she and her career have been handled by her manager. Unbeknownst to Stacy, her manager has been skimming off the top for years, to the point of selling her home right out from under her. In order to keep the money coming in while she figures out her next step, Stacy agrees to voice a character in her ex-husband's new animated film. Their old spark reignites very quickly, which results in a relationship that sizzles. Logan truly believed that Stacy was the one, so he was devastated when she divorced him very quickly and without any explanation. Her manager ends up being the catalyst in the demise of their marriage, which they both finally learn about as spend time together working on the film. Stacy was not Logan and his partner's first choice for the movie, but hiring her prevented their animation company from folding. Ms. Clements's nicely combines heat and discovery into this read. I immediately connected with both Stacy and Logan, and there was never a moment that I did not want them to be together. The villain in this book, Stacy's manager, is well thought out and his actions are contemptible, which makes for good writing. I found the fluidity of the story to be a little bumpy at times. Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.