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    LOVED!

    Loved! This! Book! I didn't think it was possible to love any of the McKinney brothers as much as I loved Matt but JT comes real close! The kindness and compassion he show's Paige's daughter Casey just had my heart thumping like crazy. After having his football career shattered after a car crash, JT has devoted his life to developing the best prosthetic devices in the world. After dealing with his own injury which resulted in the loss of his leg he knows how important the right prosthetic can be. When he meets young Casey and learns from Paige that she suddenly doesn't want to wear her device he offers the young mother and her daughter help to get the device just right for her. He struggles though. He lives with the memories of the crash and the events that lead up to it as well as those that follow. That was eight years ago and Paige is the first woman who has tempted him to open his heart again. Is he willing to risk it all? This is another fantastic book in the series. Don't worry if you haven't read the others though, this can easily be read standalone. Do yourself a favor though and read them all. This is a great series you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it.
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    Great read as a standalone!

    This book was definitely a solid 4 star read for me! I LOVE that it has ties to birth deformities (like Casey, a friend's son had something similar happen with his hand) and that JT's character was centered around his use of a prosthetic! I liked Paige's character because she is a strong lead in the story and continues to be that even to the end. I never felt that she was weak but rather that girl we have all been or know - the one that does everything in her power to keep her head above water. JT, is definitely the dark and brooding type in the beginning but the girls show us a side to him that you haven't gotten to know. Both are so strong and push themselves for bigger and better things, which is a reminder we can all be like either of them no matter what life handed us. I think Jenny and Simon make great counterparts to Paige and JT also - the free spirited, light-hearted types to Paige and JT's serious sides. I did read this book as a standalone and never felt that I was missing anything from the previous two books. However, I definitely want to read more by Claudia now! There were some points I personally had trouble following the conversations and I do wish some more detail was involved with the story. Again, that's me personally - I don't think it took away from the story itself. I definitely recommend this story and feel it was fine to read without the others but will be reading the others so I can know all of the brothers!
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    Love

    This story is about a single mother not believing in fairytales. Paige is a hardworking, loving mom to her daughter Casey. While reading this story I was pulling for Paige to get her HEA. And what a wonderful prince JT would be. I enjoyed this book. I highly recommend reading this beautiful story.
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    Worth It All

    Wonderful novel that is an example that people wth disabilities can still find someone to love them.
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    3rd McKinney Brother

    The story: JT, the 3rd McKinney brother meets a young, single mother at a diner. He is instantly attracted to the Paige and her daughter. JT and the daughter bond over their prostheses. He proceeds to assist Paige with her daughter. They travel to meet his family, decide to move from Southern California to Virginia so Paige can help Hannah (wife of Stephen see book #2). JT makes peace with his past (reference the missing limb) and they live happily ever after in their mission to re-populate the world. The good: “He’d never felt a kiss all the way to his heart.” I loved this line. The bad: I had a hard time staying focused while reading this book. The confusing: “Her daughter hadn’t been around many kids, not because of her leg, more location and time. The trailer park in Texas was mostly older people now, not a lot of playdates going on.” I THOUGHT SHE WAS RAISING HER DAUGHTER IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA? 3 Stars (It was OK)
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