March 09, 2016

WORTH IT ALL by Claudia Connor ► FMR REVIEW





ABOUT Worth It All

After a car accident stole his dreams of pro football, JT McKinney has made a new life for himself far away from his old one. He spends his time in a prosthetic research and development facility, his attention on machines instead of people until a chance meeting with a young mother and her five year old daughter who need his help. He'll have to let go of the past if he wants a future.

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Review by: Leeann 

This was exactly what you expect when you think of a beautiful love story.
Paige is a single mother struggling to give her daughter everything in life she never had.
She works 2 jobs and studies part time.  She has no room or desire for a man or a relationship.
JT (Jake) is a man who carries a lot of baggage. He is a genius engineer who designs and develops prosthetics. He owns a multi million dollar company but he is lonely. He just doesn't realize it. 

This is one of those stories that has a begining and an end and the story that fills the middle is beautiful, captivating and lifts your soul in a way that makes you feel good and believe in the happy ever after that we all look for.

There is no angst filled past horrors coming back to bite anyone in the butt or rival love interests it is just about two people who are in the right place in life at the right time. The cliche 'the stars have aligned' fits this story perfectly. It hasall the ingerdients that make a good love story and just a little bit of that added extra to keep you hooked and leave you wanting more. 
I honestly didn't want Paige and JT's story to end. I really wanted to keep reading. 

If you want a beautifull written story with loveable well developed characters that is full of swoon worthy moments, you will love this story and I can tell you it is definitely worth one clicking!!

5 Stars 



Review by: Kim 

Oh gosh, I fell so in love with the McKinney men the second I began the first book in this amazing series. ClaudiaConnor
writes her heroes in a way that makes us all wish we could find a man named McKinney for our own.
Worth It All is the third installment in this series. And just like the first two, JT McKinney is so beautifully broken
that he will leave you breathless and waiting...hoping that he'll be okay.
At a young age, JT experiences a loss so devastating that it changes his whole life. And the way he sees himself.
But in true McKinney fashion, he picks himself up and makes something really good out of the bad thing. Except no matter
his success, JT can't let it go. Won't forgive himself. And can't think that his family will still love him when they find
out what he really did.
Simon is Jake's best friend and comic relief for this book. The details for this man who isn't afraid to be a little silly
are a bit sparse. I would've liked a little more background. But hopefully he'll get his own book.
Then there's Paige. She's so strong and hardworking. She's got goals she wants to meet and lines that she refuses to cross.
With the thing that happened in her past I don't blame her. Although, through almost half the book I began to wonder if she
was going to let the past rule her future.
Casey is a special gold nugget inside the pages of this book. I fell so hard for her. She made me laugh and almost cry and
laugh out loud. She's very special and I am so glad that this author created such a special person for me to get to know.
It was also great getting to catch up with the others in this series. Matt and Abby and Stephen and Hannah. Thank you for
the update on these great characters Claudia Connor.
I loved this sweet, poignant book. 

4 Stars 


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