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- Publisher: Loveswept (3 Feb. 2015)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L6YJ6AE
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- Average Customer Review: 27 customer reviews
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Worth the Risk (The McKinney Brothers, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Sigh. So he ends up pushing her away of course, only in doing so he hits too close to the mark, and Hannah ends up believing what she thought in the first meeting....that she's not good enough for him. Her self-confidence has been non-existent over the last 12 years after a traumatic attack when she was 14 years old. She has scars both physically and mentally, so feels out of her depth when to meets the playboy, sexy millionaire that is Stephen.
The middle part of the book consists of lots of to and fros between the two MCs and when they do finally get it on, I was still left annoyed with Stephen. Reading from his POV, it was clear that he loved Hannah and just couldnt keep away. Yet his internal dialogue would always finish with him questioning how long they could be together, like he wasnt sure about the long haul.
Aside from this, there is some drama concerning Hannah's job and home, which eventually involved Stephen, some betrayal and then making up.
A sweet HEA for the two to finish it all off.
This book is about 2 people dealing with their broken pasts, This book deals with Grief, heartbreak. I found this book emotional, but still had the hot parts!!
They both suffered with their broken pasts, but in different ways,
Hannah suffered an heart breaking, when she was a child, but it has made her stronger, she has found ways to cope, but still has vulnerable moments.
Stephen suffered from a different kind of pain, I won't give it away. but it has made him closed off, from even his family, he doesn't do emotions. He is a player.
Until he meets Hannah, and they begin to heal each other. I loved this book and totally connected with the characters, esp Hannah..
When the one thing that saved Hannah is threatened to be ripped away from her, will Stephen step up and save the day.
Highly recommend this book.
After enduring a horrifying ordeal as a young girl, Hannah has spent her adult years struggling to move on, a difficult feat due to overprotective brothers and her own fears of putting her faith in another human being. She spends her days pouring her energies into helping children through animal therapy, helping them to gain confidence and independence by introducing them to horses and teaching them how to ride. Having shied away from personal relationships of any kind, she is unprepared for the attentions of the self-assured, successful, corporate genius Stephen Mc Kinney. Stephen gets what he wants; because what he wants is no string, nameless sex with string of willing participants. But Stephen hides a tragic past of his own; when he lost the love of his life in an unspeakable act of violence. Stephen closed the shutters on his emotions and despite his close-knit family’s best efforts, can’t beat to open up. Until Hannah...Something in this fragile yet strong young woman speaks to parts of him he thought were long dead, never to be awoken. Can these broken individuals find wholeness as a couple?
Worth the Risk was definitely a more emotionally heavy story in comparison to Worth the Fall and sometimes the drama that came with it seemed a little too unnecessary especially around the ¾ mark. However despite this, it definitely had all the elements I adore about Claudia’s writing.Read more ›
I was ambivalent as I started this book. WORTH THE FALL, the first installment in The McKinney Brothers series, didn't do much for me. I'm glad I gave it another chance, because WORTH THE RISK is a keeper. Characters, plot, pacing, setting--the whole package works.
They say that tragedy brings out the best in some people and the worst in other. Stephen McKinney isn't all that likable when the book opens. He lost his fiance five years before. We don't get the details of the terrible attack she suffered until near the middle of the novel. Once we do, its easy to see why learning about Hannah Walker's past would send him into a tailspin. When they first meet, pursing her is a game for him. He doesn't believe he's capable of connecting on a deep level, and so he's a real jerk.
Hannah is physically and emotionally damaged. In many ways, her social development ended at fourteen. Her five older brothers are incredibly over protective and inhibit her from really trying out her wings in the real world. The author does a great job showing us how torn Hannah is between protecting herself and venturing out into the world. Stephen is way way out of her league in terms of life experience. He's a game player. It's how he survives. Poor Hannah couldn't play head games if her life depended on it. There's no guile, no artfulness about her, and THIS is what Stephen is not used to coping with. He has no defense against her other than feigned indifference, which he can't keep up for very long.
Claudia Conner makes good use of Hannah's little ranch.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loving this series I'm totally hooked....well written and a beautiful storyline hooked from the beginning and looking forward to,readying the next on!Published 6 months ago by Clairek
This book was 'well worth the risk' characters believable and the story line was excellent. Would highly recommend it. !!!Published 15 months ago by Donna Freebairn
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Didn't spark as much as book 1 but was still an excellent read. Good compelling story that found hard to put down. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
She has done it again what an another amazing beautiful story! This is one of my favourite series! I loved this story an Hannah omg I loved her I'm so glad she got her HEA and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kayleigh deal
Very good .cant wait for any more when they follow . Very well written story line well donePublished 18 months ago by Kindle Customer
Fantastic book #2 in this series beautifully written and crafted loved every minute of reading this book! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bookgirl (caz)
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