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Worth It All: A McKinney Brothers Novel (The McKinney Brothers) by [Connor, Claudia]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1239 KB
  • Print Length: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (19 April 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SEFGTYO
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,908 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is the third book in the McKinney brothers series but this can most definitely be read as a stand alone book.

Worth It All covers JT (the youngest MCKinney brother) and single mum, Paige. As characters go, they were each likeable in their own right, however, for me, there was just something missing between them. That little spark or something in their connection that really wowed me and enamoured me to them as a couple. However, the star of this book , is four year old Casey. Right from the get go she packs a real emotional punch. She really tied the characters and story together.

Worth It All was an enjoyable and emotional read. There was little angst so it made for a nice easy contemporary romance read. I was certainly pulled in from the start and captivated by this story.

3.5 stars

I was gifted a copy of this book from Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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I've loved this series; when the McKinney men fall, they fall hard, so I had high expectations for JT's story. The youngest of the McKinney clan, for his own reasons he's distanced himself from from his family focussing on his career as a biomedical engineer.

"...his leg was the least of what had been lost that day eight years ago."

Now, don't get me wrong, I enjoyed this; JT and Paige had a lovely chemistry and his interactions with her daughter were sweet and, aside of some questionable moves in time (call me a picky bugger, but Matt and Abby have been married ten years yet he mentions his daughter is just starting high school--she was seven in book 1) overall the story flowed nicely--it wasn't a difficult read by any stretch. But there was nothing that blew me away. It was a nice heartfelt romance which, aside of the fact that JT and Paige's daughter have a common disability, was pretty much a repeat of the first book; struggling single mum, no dad on the scene, McKinney man quickly bonds with the child and falls head over heels for her mum. Surrounded by pregnant women. So many of them. There was the opportunity for just the right amount of angst to be added into the mix but it never particularly materialised; everything meandered along quite predictably for Paige and JT.

"He’d never felt a kiss all the way to his heart."

I liked it, but as much as I like Claudia Conner's writing style and the wonderful family dynamic she's created in this series, Worth It All just didn't have the depth of the first two books for me.

Copy received courtesy of Loveswept via NetGalley for an honest and unbiased opinion.
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MY REVIEW
I loved, loved, loved this book!
Claudia Connor’s books give you a wonderful sense of family with all the feels, each story is heartwarming, fun and sexy.
I couldn't wait to read Jake's story after getting little hints about him in the first two books in the series, and it does not disappoint.
Neither Jake or Paige were looking for a relationship or love, but isnt that when the sneaky bugger called love hits you the hardest? Both were busy and hesitant but there was no denying that they should be together.
Casey stole the show, she was such a sweet heart i loved her character.
The sense of family threaded throughout these book is beautiful, brilliant read.
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Another fantastic book in this series beautifully written and created couldn't wait to get my hand's on this story. I loved the character's of Paige and JT McKinney and not forgetting the loveable 5 year old Casey, it was so heart warming the relationship between the three of them! Love definitely can conquer all no matter what the circumstance are or how far apart there lives and careers take! This is a series not to be missed!
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What a wonderful heartfelt read. This read tore at my heart and then patched it back together. I just can't put into words just how good this read was. I laughed and cried, a truly must read. Loving these McKinney brothers btw X
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There are days when all I need is a story that I know from almost the first page is going to leave it mark. Worth it All was that and more, I finished not only the book but my day with a smile.
Paige is on her own raising her young daughter who just happens to have a prosthetic limb.
Now Casey has other ideas about what she wants to do in life and at the tender age of 5, wearing a false limb is not high on her agenda, she would rather do anything other than have the thing on.
I adored this kid, she was a little firecracker but such a sweetheart.
Jake or JT as he is referred too is the youngest of the McKinney brothers, the baby of the bunch and since his plans of playing professional football where rewritten following a tragic car accident he has fought to find his happy ever after. He lost more than his leg in that accident, to him he lost his future.
Leaving home for California in his bid to find a path and to recover both mentally and physically, life finally got back on track for Jake when he decided to study biomedical engineering.
Finally he had purpose, he had a way to make his mark on the world and when he created Evolution R & D, with two of his friends, I could understand his logic, the need to help and alleviate the suffering of amputees, a pain that he knew and understood all too well.
But that professional generosity didn’t follow him into his private life because despite the philanthropic outlook he had to the prosthetics he was crating, Jake was still almost held hostage by the events of his past and it was those unwarranted demons that had almost forced him to build a wall around himself. He was so isolated from everyone that loved him that it was impossible not to feel sorry for him.
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