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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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    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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    Slow start, but you can't help but love Jake.

    I have to admit it took me a while to get into it but once I did, I have to admit Jake is one really great guy. Of course, Casey was the real star. Since I haven’t read any of the other books in the series, I hadn’t met Jake McKinney before WORTH IT ALL. He’s the youngest of the McKinney boys and had dreams of playing football professionally until an unfortunate car accident stole those dreams, and his leg. Eight years has passed since then, he’s moved to California and started a business developing amazing prosthetics for others like him. Jake gets much satisfaction from helping others and although, his work satisfies him, he’s lonely even while intrigued with the pretty waitress at his favorite diner. But when his life becomes entwined with hers, and another very special lady, his life changes but will it be for the better? Paige Roberts has dealt with some bad things in her life but loves her little girl, Casey, more than anything in the world. She wants her daughter's life to be very different from her own. She wants her to feel safe, and confident. When her little girl decides she doesn’t want to wear her prosthetic, it’s a handsome, and rather brooding, man who changes her mind. Paige feels herself drawn to Jake but her hesitations, fears, and belief that there is no such as a happily-ever-after has her holding back. I had a little trouble getting into the story at first. I don’t know if that was because I hadn’t read the other books or because it just wasn’t resonating with me, but once I did I began to fall in love. I have to say that the real star of WORTH IT ALL is little Casey Roberts. She is the most adorable, precocious, and real fictional child in a romance that I’ve ever encountered. Her connection to Jake is one that I would like to have seen more of in terms of Paige’s connection to him, but I enjoyed it all the same. WORTH IT ALL, book three in the McKinney Brothers series by Claudia Connor is a sweet, heart breaking at times contemporary romance that has me adding the rest of the series to my ever-growing TBR list. I just have to experience the rest of the McKinney brothers after falling somewhat in love with Jake. He’s everything we’d like to see exist in real men but know can’t really. He’s funny, he’s sensitive, he’s sexy as hell, and even when he’s brooding, there’s a caring, inquisitive side to him that makes him special and intelligent. I love the story-line being that there are so many who have lost limbs through tragedy and military action. I love that Claudia gave us a look at the feelings and worries of those who use prosthetics, and those who in turn worry about them. Jake is patient with Casey, as well as with Paige. As if sensing that Paige is fighting her own demons, he gives her similar time and patience with a much different result. He’s such a wonderful romance hero. I highly recommend WORTH IT ALL by Claudia Connor to anyone who loves a truly sweet, timely, sensitive, and well-written contemporary romance. I’m so glad this one came across my radar. It was definitely WORTH IT ALL to read. ***eARC provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest and unscripted review.

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    Wonderful romance

    I liked this sweet romantic story. The characters in this book were absolutely wonderful and the story made my heart melt. This book is listed as the third book in the McKinney Brothers series but it is really more of a stand alone that is loosely linked to other stories. This is a series that you can easily jump in at any point. I have only read the second and third books and don't feel like I missed anything besides maybe another great story. This story focuses on JT, Paige, and Casey. JT, or Jake, lost his leg in a car accident. He know works to make prosthetic devices with advanced technologies. He really has completely recovered from his physical injuries and is able to do just about anything except forgive himself. He has had his eye on the cute waitress even before he realizes that her daughter could benefit from his expertise. Paige is a single mom who works tirelessly to make sure her daughter Casey is given a good life. She makes every decision in her life with Casey in mind and is determined to go to school so that she can get a better job to take care of them. Paige does not believe in fairy tales. Not for a minute. Paige has a really hard time doing anything for herself and really doesn't end up with a lot of free time to do anything for fun. Will she take a chance on Jake? I loved the characters in this story. Casey really added a lot to the story and I don't often like kids as a main focus in a romantic novel. Casey was just a lot of fun and she was completely honest as kids tend to be. Her connection with Jake was absolutely precious. I could feel the love that Jake and Casey shared as much as the chemistry between Jake and Paige. These three were just meant to be together. I would say that this romance was more of a sweet story than a sexy one. There were a few sexy times but I was really pulled in by the sweet moments. I would highly recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance. I plan to read much more of Claudia Connor's work in the near future. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept via NetGalley for the purpose of providing an honest review.

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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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