Saturday 26 May 2018


Between the Raindrops
By Sydney Logan
Enchanted Publications
Releasing May 26, 2018

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Seventeen-year-old Scout Ramsey’s life is a mess. With a dead father and a junkie mom, she can’t imagine things can get worse.

Then her mother tries to sell her for a bag of meth.

After her mom’s arrest, Scout’s forced to switch schools in the middle of senior year. Scared and alone, she pours her heart into her journal and dreams of the day she turns eighteen.

For Wyatt Campbell, senior year is predictable purgatory. Then the new girl steals his seat in history class, and suddenly, school’s not so bad. They bond through their love of music, and Wyatt finds himself falling hard for the journal-loving girl with the sad blue eyes.

Wyatt’s heard the rumors. He knows Scout’s had it rough.

He’s determined to be the one thing in her life that’s easy.

In this captivating teen novel, Sydney Logan weaves a touching story that tackles the heartbreak of addiction, the power of forgiveness, and the wonders of first love.

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In Between the Raindrops by Sydney Logan, Scout Ramsey hasn't had the easiest life, but when her mother sells her for a bag of meth, she gets sent to live with another family member. However, life isn't always bad, especially once she meets Wyatt Campbell. Will Scout and Wyatt get their happy ever after or is Scout just setting herself up for more heartbreak by getting close with Wyatt?

What a beautifully-crafted, fast-paced tale about the anguish of addiction, the importance of forgiveness and how first love can be the best healer for a girl that has had a tough life. The way this story started had me feeling sorry for the heroine because of what her mother does and how it turns Scout's life upside down. However, it was from the moment the hero and heroine met where this story really comes alive, as I loved Wyatt's reaction to what Scout has done to him. Certainly, she changes his life for the better. 

As for the dialogue, it was intense due to the main characters back stories, especially that of the heroine because she's been through so much and the situation she now finds herself in isn't any better. Will being around Wyatt and his family take away some of the pain of her past and help her navigate her current situation, which is an absolute nightmare? 

Moreover, both the main characters were extremely enjoyable and I loved their growing relationship. Scout is resilient, courageous and I liked that she gave Wyatt a chance, even though they didn't get off to the best of starts. I also liked the growing friendships she shared with several of the secondary characters, especially her therapist. The woman really helps her through the tough times. However, there were moments where I wanted to cry for the heroine because things get bad for her. Can she forgive those that have hurt her? While the hero, he has some tough choices to make, but I liked how much he helps the heroine. He's confident, protective and I liked how the heroine helps him too. The school year has definitely become more interesting with Scout around.

Overall, Ms. Logan has delivered a really good read in this book where the chemistry between Scout and Wyatt was adorable and strong; the romance was delightful and sweet and had me loving every moment these two spent together; and the ending had me so happy for Scout, as Wyatt and his family have made her world that much brighter. I would recommend Between the Raindrops by Sydney Logan, if you enjoy young adult romance or books by authors Marissa Clarke, Stacy Wise, Layla Hagen and Abbi Glines.



Author Bio

Sydney Logan writes heartfelt stories that feature strong women and the men who love them. In addition to her novels, she has penned several short stories and is a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Soul. She is a Netflix junkie, music lover, and a Vol for Life. Sydney and her husband make their home in beautiful East Tennessee.

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