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Belong to Me

Belong to Me - Shayla Black Wild. That's the first thing that pops into my head when thinking about Logan Edgington, the newest Wicked Lover. Logan's story is my second favorite in this series, right after Luc's story.Belong to Me is one of those sweet stories about past mistakes and second chances. While dealing with his mother's murder, sixteen year old Logan Edgington gives up the love of his life, Tara Jacobs, in order to keep her safe. Twelve years later, his love for Tara is just as powerful and as strong, so when he sees her again, he decides to win her back and never let her go.Logan is such a wonderful character. He's sexy, dominant, strong, intense and, like I said before, wild. But there's also a softer version of him underneath it all. He's devoted to his first love, even after twelve years of not seeing her, and he's willing to do anything for her, even die to keep her safe. He's not ashamed or afraid to share his feelings with Tara and he does it over and over again, every chance he has. He's not scared of saying "I love you" and I think that's so great.Tara is afraid of Logan at first. She lost her trust in him at sixteen, when he left her after taking her virginity, and she's not exactly willing to trust him again. Her mind keeps telling her to run away from him, but her body recognizes Logan as the only one who can truly love her and pleasure her. I think she was trying really hard not to admit that she still loves him while he was training her to be the perfect submissive. She's also very stubborn and she fights Logan every step of the way, maybe because she's trying to make him see her as the woman she's become, not the old flame she was.I loved this book. It was so refreshing, the story was touching and sweet and tender. Second chances are really hard to get and I'm so happy Logan got his. I think Ms. Shayla Black did an amazing job at telling this story.