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Laura Logan dreams of a glorious Cape Cod day when all the dark secrets are swept away.... For Laura Logan, life on Cape Cod has been nearly perfect, full of magical days spent enjoying the sea with her beloved twin brother, Cary. But then, like the creeping of the tides, the vicious rumors at school begin — cruel voices saying unspeakable things about the Logans. Laura tries to i Laura Logan dreams of a glorious Cape Cod day when all the dark secrets are swept away.... For Laura Logan, life on Cape Cod has been nearly perfect, full of magical days spent enjoying the sea with her beloved twin brother, Cary. But then, like the creeping of the tides, the vicious rumors at school begin — cruel voices saying unspeakable things about the Logans. Laura tries to ignore them, but not until handsome, gentle Robert Royce moves to their town does she feel truly carefree and happy again. While Robert's smile drives the shadows from Laura's heart, she still worries about Cary, whose gloomy moods drift in like the coastal fog. And then Grandma Olivia issues a chilling threat, forbidding Laura to see Robert ever again. Alone to suffer because of dark secrets no one will explain, Laura obeys...until the miracle of a glorious summer leads her back into Robert's arms. But dark thunderclouds have been gathering on the horizon, and when they suddenly burst with tragedy, they howl a name from the Logans' shameful past that plunges Laura into a silent, terrible agony. Now Laura can only dream of the warm, sun-filled life she so desperately desires....


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Laura Logan dreams of a glorious Cape Cod day when all the dark secrets are swept away.... For Laura Logan, life on Cape Cod has been nearly perfect, full of magical days spent enjoying the sea with her beloved twin brother, Cary. But then, like the creeping of the tides, the vicious rumors at school begin — cruel voices saying unspeakable things about the Logans. Laura tries to i Laura Logan dreams of a glorious Cape Cod day when all the dark secrets are swept away.... For Laura Logan, life on Cape Cod has been nearly perfect, full of magical days spent enjoying the sea with her beloved twin brother, Cary. But then, like the creeping of the tides, the vicious rumors at school begin — cruel voices saying unspeakable things about the Logans. Laura tries to ignore them, but not until handsome, gentle Robert Royce moves to their town does she feel truly carefree and happy again. While Robert's smile drives the shadows from Laura's heart, she still worries about Cary, whose gloomy moods drift in like the coastal fog. And then Grandma Olivia issues a chilling threat, forbidding Laura to see Robert ever again. Alone to suffer because of dark secrets no one will explain, Laura obeys...until the miracle of a glorious summer leads her back into Robert's arms. But dark thunderclouds have been gathering on the horizon, and when they suddenly burst with tragedy, they howl a name from the Logans' shameful past that plunges Laura into a silent, terrible agony. Now Laura can only dream of the warm, sun-filled life she so desperately desires....

30 review for Music in the Night

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lexy

    This book was a quick read

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In this whole series I get that Melody is really supposed to be your favorite character. She is the title character of the series, and most of it revolves around her discoveries of family secrets, etc., etc. But I will be the first to admit that ever since book one of this series, I have been most interested in (dying to know really) what happened to Laura Logan. The mystery is set down in the first book vaguely detailed enough to make you curious of the details. In the following book, we are gi In this whole series I get that Melody is really supposed to be your favorite character. She is the title character of the series, and most of it revolves around her discoveries of family secrets, etc., etc. But I will be the first to admit that ever since book one of this series, I have been most interested in (dying to know really) what happened to Laura Logan. The mystery is set down in the first book vaguely detailed enough to make you curious of the details. In the following book, we are given some more hints that pique the curiosity to a fever pitch. The third book broke my heart in half when it told me what 'happened' to her and how she died. But in this book we get to hear Laura's story from her own point of view. We get to see how she feels about her family, especially her twin brother Cary who she is starting to separate from more and more when we first meet her at the beginning of the book. We get to see Laura's excitement and trepidations about her growing romance with handsome newcomer Robert Royce. That fateful day they wen sailing is given in detail as are the consequences and the aftermath. I will not give any spoilers as to the ending, but if you attach to Laura as much as I did get ready to have a box of tissues handy. You'll be sorry if you don't. A lot of V.C. Andrews' language and speech has a slightly dated feel to it (or I should say V.C.'s ghostwriter's speech). For example on page 22 when Laura's getting ready for a school dance: "My fingers trembled as I sifted through my closet to find my most beautiful dress, the pink taffeta Mommy had made for me. It was the only formal dress I owned. It was a good dancing dress too. All week I had been practicing dancing with it on. May sat on the bed and watched and then, when she got up her nerve, joined and imitated me. We laughed and grew dizzy. Nice, flowly and mostly pretty language; but the datedness of it is noticeable at times. Plus I was disconcerted at the sex scene less then 100 pages into the book. WARNING: There is mature content in this book but it is very light and somewhat old-fashioned in its descriptions. So if that sort of thing isn't for you, its not that large of a factor in this book. I like the way we get to see how Laura's family was before the sailing incident that changed things so drastically. Jacob in particular is a lot softer of a character than in the other books. Sara is less pathetic and slightly more assertive and May doesn't seem as lost with her big sister there to guide her. If I were to cast this book I would choose: Kay Panabaker as 'Laura Logan' Jeremy Sumpter as 'Cary Logan' [image error] Daren Kagasoff as 'Robert Royce' Sienna Miller as 'Sara Logan' (Mommy) Jeffery Dean Morgan as 'Jacob Logan' (Daddy) [image error] Chloe Moretz as 'May Logan' Jessica Szhor as 'Teresa Patterson' [image error] Michael Caine as 'Samuel Logan' (Grandpa) [image error] Helen Wagner as 'Olivia Logan' (Grandmother) Jacqueline Bisset as Belinda Gordon (Aunt Belinda) Be well aware that as much as you will wish to like Grandma Olivia, that will not happen even in a very miniscule measure until the next book, which is her story. So be prepared to HATE HER INTENSELY! She ruins pretty much everyone in her family by keeping secrets for 'the good of the family.' Yeah, worst Grandmother EVER. So, those are my thoughts on this book. Feel free to comment and I hope this helps!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kim Smiley

    Pretty good book. The beginning is a little slow because it's all regarding previous information learned from the first 3 books in the series. I felt bad for the tortured soul of Laura. To be so happy and in love with someone who obviously felt the same for her to have tragedy strike. The character of Grandmother Olivia is the most evil in this book. Her despicable decision to commit Laura to a mental institution after discovering her amnesia is unforgiveable. The book then reminds me of the mov Pretty good book. The beginning is a little slow because it's all regarding previous information learned from the first 3 books in the series. I felt bad for the tortured soul of Laura. To be so happy and in love with someone who obviously felt the same for her to have tragedy strike. The character of Grandmother Olivia is the most evil in this book. Her despicable decision to commit Laura to a mental institution after discovering her amnesia is unforgiveable. The book then reminds me of the movie "Girl, Interrupted." You learn of Laura's days in the mental hospital, surrounded by supporting characters of the other patients. In the end, I feel it was best for her to give her life to the sea, (the suicide was inevitible, as it was foreseen in book 3). What was considered her beautiful suicide was a whole lot better than being continually drugged and strapped into a bed. I'm debating on whether or not to read the 5th and final book in this series, "Olivia" simply because the character makes me sick.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is pretty bad, as are all the other books that were written after Andrews died. What makes this one stand out as being one of the worst is this: It's a diary in which the author dies. Am I to believe that Laura had her diary with her out in the water and was furiously writing what was happening in the past tense as she began to drown? Aside from that, it's really no better or worse than the other drivel this man has been spewing in the name of V.C. Andrews.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Julie Anne Gniadek

    This book gets increasingly more interesting. There is a HUGE paradox going on. The beginning of the book was beautiful, sweet, and innocent. During what seems like the second half of the story, Laura is in a mental institution where there is a lot of darkness, anger, and pain. Perhaps this symbolizes the ebbs and flows of love. Love can be magical and love can be painful. I think the ending was well done where Laura reunites with Robert in true love after death. I think this gives the story a R This book gets increasingly more interesting. There is a HUGE paradox going on. The beginning of the book was beautiful, sweet, and innocent. During what seems like the second half of the story, Laura is in a mental institution where there is a lot of darkness, anger, and pain. Perhaps this symbolizes the ebbs and flows of love. Love can be magical and love can be painful. I think the ending was well done where Laura reunites with Robert in true love after death. I think this gives the story a Romeo and Juliet effect. However, I don't like how the previous story of her family was neglected. So much of the first part of the story was centered around her and her twin brother. Once the story shifted and Laura was admitted to the hospital, that sort of died. If she really had the relationship with her twin brother as described in the first part of the story, then he would have found a way tore unite or help her. I feel like this was left to the wayside. All in all I thought the author's metaphors and vivid descriptions really added to the story and were very well written overall. Will definitely read another.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Cuellar

    Of all the books I've read by V.C. Andrews, Music in the Night is particularly special to me because it was the very first book I've ever read by V.C. Andrews after borrowing it from a friend. Since we were both quite young, we mostly read this book to giggle about the sex scenes only to end up completely captivated by V.C. Andrews' storytelling that we decided to read the rest of the books in this series, including some of her other literary works. Before we knew it, we were both rabid V.C. And Of all the books I've read by V.C. Andrews, Music in the Night is particularly special to me because it was the very first book I've ever read by V.C. Andrews after borrowing it from a friend. Since we were both quite young, we mostly read this book to giggle about the sex scenes only to end up completely captivated by V.C. Andrews' storytelling that we decided to read the rest of the books in this series, including some of her other literary works. Before we knew it, we were both rabid V.C. Andrews fans. And this book started it all!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    This fourth book in the Logan series, is about Laura Logan. If you have already read the first three books of the series then you already know that she is (view spoiler)[dead. (hide spoiler)] This book just merely takes us back to see how. Like most V.C. Andrews books it sticks to a structure, and gives us an insight on how effed up the world can be.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy Johnson

    Finally, the story behind the death of Laura Logan. Though this book does cast some shadows on the other Logans, such as Cary and his strange obsession with his sister, it’s an interesting story following Laura’s trip to a psychological unit and a tumultuous relationship.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jess ❈Harbinger of Blood-Soaked Rainbows❈

    I just wish I knew how to quit V.C. Andrews. Or, in this case, the ghost writer for V.C. Andrews. You see, I discovered that the real V.C. Andrews died after completing the Flowers in the Attic series along with only a handful of other books, and that her family hired a ghost writer to write a ton more titles under her name. The Logan Family Series were among those titles. That's why nothing is quite as juicy or good as Flowers in the Attic. These books are what I like to I just wish I knew how to quit V.C. Andrews. Or, in this case, the ghost writer for V.C. Andrews. You see, I discovered that the real V.C. Andrews died after completing the Flowers in the Attic series along with only a handful of other books, and that her family hired a ghost writer to write a ton more titles under her name. The Logan Family Series were among those titles. That's why nothing is quite as juicy or good as Flowers in the Attic. These books are what I like to call my literary palette cleansers. When I'm feeling like a jaded reader, I will pick up an Andrews novel, breeze through it in a couple of days, and afterward pick up something worthwhile again. Andrews' novels are like my book equivalent of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills; I know they are all garbage in absolutely every way possible but I just CANNOT LOOK THE HELL AWAY!! They suck me in, like, EVERY DAMN TIME! I was reading this one at an all day field hockey tournament and had to quietly read under a blanket because I didn't want anyone else to know I was reading this trash. Not only is it a totally smutty incestuous novel, but it is most definitely a totally smutty incestuous novel written for fifteen year olds. Double whammy. But see, the thing is, this one was just not as good. I found it boring in spots, and the absolutely heinous (and I mean HEINOUS) writing style really grated on me. I never got that thrilling, ohmygoshwhatis goingtohappen storyline that so many of her other novels entail. Also, I have never actually seen so many names ever written in one passage: "I love you, Laura" "I love you too, Robert." "Laura, your eyes are so blue." "Thank you Robert. Your eyes are also so blue, Robert. Be mine, Robert. Let's always be together, Robert." Catch my drift? This fourth installment is a prequel to the first three and is told from the point of view of a character who dies before the action in the first three take place. Maybe it's because I already knew the outcome, or perhaps I'm finally finally growing out of these awful books but this one just didn't do it for me. (view spoiler)[I didn't care that Laura was going to die, or that her boyfriend Robert was going to die, or that she was going to be locked up in a mental institution, or that her grandmother in an insane psycho bitch because I already knew all of these things from reading the first three novels. (hide spoiler)] The worst part is that I didn't get that whole literary palette cleanser thing from this one. Now I feel like I need a literary palette cleanser for the literary palette cleanser. It's really a vicious vicious cycle. I would only recommend this book to those who have already read books 1-3 of the Logan saga and then only to those who deem themselves completers (this is me raising my hand). I got no new information from this one and it just annoyed me the whole way through. Layering cliche over cliche over cliche and then adding flimsy characters with unrealistic motivation, speech patterns, and behaviors does not a great novel make. Hopefully when the serial completer in me finishes the next and final novel in this series, I can move on to less adolescent obsessions & kiss V.C. Andrews (ghostwriter) goodbye.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ria

    This is an extra appendage to the Logan family saga and though Melody's story is efficiently dealt with in the preceding novel, Unfinished Symphony this book charts the story of one of the main characters from the rest in the series. Laura Logan is Cary's twin sister, they are inseparable to the point they get teased for their closeness. Life proceeds along until the point one day where Laura meets and falls in love with Robert and the close bond the siblings share is threatened by an outsi This is an extra appendage to the Logan family saga and though Melody's story is efficiently dealt with in the preceding novel, Unfinished Symphony this book charts the story of one of the main characters from the rest in the series. Laura Logan is Cary's twin sister, they are inseparable to the point they get teased for their closeness. Life proceeds along until the point one day where Laura meets and falls in love with Robert and the close bond the siblings share is threatened by an outside element. Cary is jealous and also devastated that someone else is claiming Laura's attention and things spiral out of control as the lovers get closer and closer. Add to that the indomitable will of Grandmother Olivia who has big plans for Laura's future, finishing school, a good career, a marriage to a supposed "blue blood" member of the circles the family move in. When Olivia's plans are thwarted when Laura falls in love with someone she considers beneath her she exercises her power in ways Laura could never have imagined which ultimately leads to the final tragedy of Laura's complicated life. Well written and worthy successor to the other novels in the series and expands on one of the main characters mentioned throughout, a very enjoyable and much needed addition to the sequence for fans of Andrews stories.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mayra

    Very entertaining. The most interesting part was, of course, when she wound up in a mental hospital. Before that it was just recounting events one has already learned if they have read the previous books. There was no account of how Laura and Robert met and fell for each other. When this began they were already dating and Cary had this creepy obsession with his sister's love life. Laura, of course, was bland, as are most of the V.C. Andrews protagonists. And her father was a douche. But I'm asha Very entertaining. The most interesting part was, of course, when she wound up in a mental hospital. Before that it was just recounting events one has already learned if they have read the previous books. There was no account of how Laura and Robert met and fell for each other. When this began they were already dating and Cary had this creepy obsession with his sister's love life. Laura, of course, was bland, as are most of the V.C. Andrews protagonists. And her father was a douche. But I'm ashamed to say once I got to the mental hospital and the amnesia I actually started to take this book a little more seriously. Megan probably helped with that, being the only character in these books who hated men. Of course she got punished by being sent to the Zombie Ward being plugged with drugs. And then Lawrence was so freaking cute it killed me. Why did he like Laura so much, Jesus. I mean, obviously Laura is magical and angelic and every single boy has to fall for her, but it would have satiated me if Lawrence had ended up with Megan or one of the others. Anyway, of course Laura never even acknowledges his helping her escape and after her death you never hear what happened to Megan or Lawrence. Ever. Again. I was quite disappointed after all the buildup. Seriously, that was the only interesting storyline in this whole freaking book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Josephine

    Entertaining but I did a lot of skimming as I found it a bit wordy. A Synopsis? "Life is pretty much perfect for Laura Logan. She has loving parents, an adorable little sister, her boyfriend Robert, and her protective twin brother, Cary. Only, Cary is jealous of Robert. He believes that Robert is just out to use girls and break their hearts. Also, Cary refuses to let Laura grow up. But when grandmother Olivia finds out that Laura is dating Robert, she demands that Laura end the relatio Entertaining but I did a lot of skimming as I found it a bit wordy. A Synopsis? "Life is pretty much perfect for Laura Logan. She has loving parents, an adorable little sister, her boyfriend Robert, and her protective twin brother, Cary. Only, Cary is jealous of Robert. He believes that Robert is just out to use girls and break their hearts. Also, Cary refuses to let Laura grow up. But when grandmother Olivia finds out that Laura is dating Robert, she demands that Laura end the relationship. Grandma Olivia says that Robert and his family are beneath them, and doesn't meet up with her social standards. Of course, Laura doesn't do that, and continues to see Robert. But, when Cary "accidently" tells Grandma Olivia that Laura spent an evening with Robert alone, Olivia pounces on Laura and threatens to tell her parents. Laura is devasted because she doesn't want to lose her parents' trust. She and Robert cool things down a bit, but Laura becomes very depressed. Cary, who is feeling very guilty about betraying his sister, decides that they should all have a top secret picnic on the beach. Here is where the action begins. I wonder why V.C. Andrews makes the grandmothers out to be bad?

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    The fourth book in the Logan series takes us back to before Laura died, and it was nice to find out what happened to her. As always, these books are such a guilty pleasure of mine, and I'm ashamed at how much I enjoy them. The beginning of this was kind of boring, because I didn't care that much about her relationship with Robert. I did think Cary was a total creeper, and that makes me wary about his future with Melody. The second half of this book was MUCH better, though. The fourth book in the Logan series takes us back to before Laura died, and it was nice to find out what happened to her. As always, these books are such a guilty pleasure of mine, and I'm ashamed at how much I enjoy them. The beginning of this was kind of boring, because I didn't care that much about her relationship with Robert. I did think Cary was a total creeper, and that makes me wary about his future with Melody. The second half of this book was MUCH better, though. (view spoiler)[It basically reminded me of Girl, Interrupted and I had a hard time putting it down. Laura's ending was very sad, but the most tragic person for me was Megan. The thought that a girl gets raped by her father nightly is bad enough, but then to be locked away in a mental institution when she finally gets the nerve to tell!? Then, when she gets abused at the clinic, they dope her up and basically fry her brain! I just found the whole situation horrifying. (hide spoiler)] The last and final book in the series is about Grandma Olivia, which doesn't sound like the most exciting story. I'd much rather have another story about Melody, or a story about Haille growing up. I'll still read it anyway, though.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Anne Marie

    This book was about the background of Laura Logan, sister of Cary and May. The beginning of the book was slow and predictable, with Laura meeting Robert Royce, her school life, and home life. It got better after the boating accident with Robert and Laura. Grandma Olivia takes over after Laura is rescued and puts her in a mental institution, since she has no memory of anyone or anything. We are under the impression that even if Laura remembers everything, she will be forced to stay at the institu This book was about the background of Laura Logan, sister of Cary and May. The beginning of the book was slow and predictable, with Laura meeting Robert Royce, her school life, and home life. It got better after the boating accident with Robert and Laura. Grandma Olivia takes over after Laura is rescued and puts her in a mental institution, since she has no memory of anyone or anything. We are under the impression that even if Laura remembers everything, she will be forced to stay at the institution, given more medication, and told the lie over and over that she is getting better and will be able to go home soon. Grandma Olivia is paying a lot of money to keep this a secret "for the good of the family." It was frustrating when I wished Laura just pretended to take her medication, or wishing her family found out she was alive. Another thought: we come to know even more that Cary loved Laura, and not in a sisterly way. Since we know he is with Melody now, is it happy ever after? This story just justifies that Cary is replacing Laura with Melody. And it doesn't help that Melody resembles Laura.

  15. 4 out of 5

    M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews

    This book broke the usual pattern of previous VCA books by being about a cousin of the main protagonist rather than their children. But then, the ending of Unfinished Symphony pretty much wrapped up everything to give Cary and Melody a happy ending. My beef with this series is how helpless and fragile May is made simply because of her deafness, this is ridiculous. Other than that, the Logan family series had been decent, and this book gives us a surprising peek into the Logan family secrets.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carol MacInnis

    Laura Logan is a young girl on the cusp of entering into womanhood. Laura has a twin brother, Cary, who has always been extremely overprotective of her and now, even moreso since Laura is dating a new boy at school, Robert Royce. Laura's family is a church going family who always began their evening meal with her father reading scripture from the Bible. The matriarch of the family is Grandmother Olivia Logan and believes first and foremost that the Logan name always be honoured and that means no Laura Logan is a young girl on the cusp of entering into womanhood. Laura has a twin brother, Cary, who has always been extremely overprotective of her and now, even moreso since Laura is dating a new boy at school, Robert Royce. Laura's family is a church going family who always began their evening meal with her father reading scripture from the Bible. The matriarch of the family is Grandmother Olivia Logan and believes first and foremost that the Logan name always be honoured and that means no granddaughter of hers should be seen with the likes of Robert Royce as his family are (in her words) 'nothing by Inn Keepers'. This infuriates Laura and she wants nothing but to be with the love of her life, Robert. But Laura does not know the extent of her grandmother's power with anyone, (including her own flesh and blood) who goes against her wishes. An extremely well executed story of a young woman who wants nothing but to be with her man. A truly excellent book with a shocking ending!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Natasha

    This book is written from Laura's perspective and it's supposed to give us an insight as to what actually happened to her. For me, I found this book quite boring due to the fact that in the 3rd book, Melody discovers Laura's fate and grandmother Olivia's cruelty. Also, Cary's weird possessiveness of his sister is implied on many occasions on the previous books (ie the hole he created on the attic floor to watch her) therefore the reader has already formed a theory as to what life was like for La This book is written from Laura's perspective and it's supposed to give us an insight as to what actually happened to her. For me, I found this book quite boring due to the fact that in the 3rd book, Melody discovers Laura's fate and grandmother Olivia's cruelty. Also, Cary's weird possessiveness of his sister is implied on many occasions on the previous books (ie the hole he created on the attic floor to watch her) therefore the reader has already formed a theory as to what life was like for Laura and since her ending is already known, there's not much anticipation while going through that book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Molli Moran

    Laura Logan's story was tragic and beautiful all at the same time. I fell in love with Laura and with Robert Royce, and by the time I finished the book, I felt as if I had known these characters forever. Seeing the Logan family through Laura's eyes instead of Melody's was a beautiful end to the series, as Laura and Melody were not as similar as Sara, Laura's mother believed. Laura's story is one of love and hope and courage, and I found her to be one of V.C. Andrew's most captivating protagonist Laura Logan's story was tragic and beautiful all at the same time. I fell in love with Laura and with Robert Royce, and by the time I finished the book, I felt as if I had known these characters forever. Seeing the Logan family through Laura's eyes instead of Melody's was a beautiful end to the series, as Laura and Melody were not as similar as Sara, Laura's mother believed. Laura's story is one of love and hope and courage, and I found her to be one of V.C. Andrew's most captivating protagonists!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julianne

    This was my first V.C. Andrews book I have read. I have seen her book that where turned in to movies and really thought I was not going to like her books. So I went into this book thinking I was going to hate it. Well I didn't hate it, in fact I feel in love with it. This book was about every emotion you could feel. I'm not going to lie up until Chapter 5 I was pretty bored. I started Chapter 5 today and well as you can see finished the book within that day. If you like unhappy ending (like me) This was my first V.C. Andrews book I have read. I have seen her book that where turned in to movies and really thought I was not going to like her books. So I went into this book thinking I was going to hate it. Well I didn't hate it, in fact I feel in love with it. This book was about every emotion you could feel. I'm not going to lie up until Chapter 5 I was pretty bored. I started Chapter 5 today and well as you can see finished the book within that day. If you like unhappy ending (like me) you will love this book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Gallagher

    I had been waiting since Book 1 to find out what really happened to Laura. Based on the previous books Cary seemed to think Laura died hating him but I didn't get that impression. Laura was mad but she had forgiven him. Why didn't Cary tell Melody what he had done? It wasn't even that serious. I didn't think Olivia was believable in the epilogue. She seemed too caring. Basically this book was a disappointment since I enjoyed the others so much.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Connie J.estrada

    I WAS SO SAD TO LEARN HOW LAURA AND ROBERT DIED. WHAT RIGHT DID OLIVIA HAVE IN TRYING TO PREVENT THEM FROM DATING. IT WAS NOT HER CALL, O.K I CAN SEE HOW DISAPPOINTED HER FATHER WOULD HAVE BEEN IF HE KNEW THAT LAURA HAD PREMARITAL SEX, BUT CLEARLY SHE DID NOT HAVE AN OLDER WOMEN TO WHOM SHE COULD HAVE GONE TO FOR ADVISE. HER OWN MOTHER WAS TOO SHY TO SPEAK OF ANYTHING THAT PERTAINING TO SEX. SO THE NEXT BEST THING FOR LAURA WAS TO TALK TO BELINDA.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Salisberry

    The first half was rather boring, but once I got to 1/2 or 2/3 of the book, everything changed and got interesting after the 'tragedy' struck, not to spoil anything, but it's true. I couldn't put the book down. I thought it was going to be a happy ending, but then I read the Epilogue and cried. A lot. Over all, it was a good book and it is something I will remember.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Maura

    The story held my interest, although I had not read any of the other books in the series. I just happened upon this one and was looking for something to read. I get distracted by the teenagers using words like "Mommy" and "Daddy" and the incest vibe is ever so squicky. Still, this was a time killer.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    I've never read a VC Andrews book before so this was my first. I liked the book at first but then right in the middle of the book the story line seems to twist. It became dragged on for the second half of the book. A good story line for the first few chapters but I don't think I'll read another "Logan" series anytime soon.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    It was good, kinda slow, but good. The grandmother and other people in the book got on my nerves somewhat. It's sad to know that there are people like that. It was like a forbidden love story of romeo and juliet and with pretty much the same ending. Overall it's a beautiful story which i enjoyed during this summer vacation.

  26. 4 out of 5

    BookeryBliss

    VC Andrews has always been a favorite of mine since my childhood days. I have read (and re-read) all of her books, and although I am much older now and find that some of her work is better than others, I still enjoy the twists and turns, strangeness and mystery that continues to captivate my interest. (even some of the ghostwriter's work)

  27. 5 out of 5

    innae

    I have been fascinated by the author that still writes after she died. This is written by a ghost writer commissioned by the family of miss Virginia Andrews. A ghost writer....funny. although this is the fourth book in a larger series, it can stand on its own. I enjoyed it. A nice read -- nothing that will change the world...and a slightly dissatisfying end really.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Deja

    This book is about a girl named Laura who is in a forbidden love. then one night, something happens and she is in a nuthouse. Her lover died and she fogets about him cause she has amnesia so she remembers him and kills herself so she can be with him forever.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Banker

    The logan series is a wonderful drama series by vc andrews. she knows how to twist a tail of deception lies lust love drama sadness fear and many other emotions. you will know the main character as if she was you... quite enjoyable!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sara Hemenway

    This was one of the first contemporary romance novels that I read. I still have strong memories of it, despite the fact that it is a sad story, or perhaps because of it. I didn't love it, but I remember it.

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