Review: Worth It All (The McKinney Brothers #3) by Claudia Connor


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“Read Claudia Connor for a consistently raw and emotional love story,” recommends Carly Phillips. Now the swoon-worthy McKinney Brothers series from this bestselling author continues as JT, the youngest of the trio, discovers that only love can make him whole.

She’s fighting for control. . . . Paige Roberts learned to fend for herself growing up. Now she’s doing everything possible to give her daughter, Casey, the stability she never had. But when the vivacious five-year-old decides she’s done wearing her prosthesis, Paige faces her toughest challenge yet: trusting a handsome, brooding stranger who simply wants to help.

He’s struggling to connect. . . . JT McKinney lost more than his leg in a car accident that stole his dreams of pro football. Eight years later, he’s made a new life for himself far away from his old one. His business is developing cutting-edge prosthetics and he’s more than happy to turn his attention to machines instead of people. Still, he can’t shake the feeling that something’s missing.

Will they take a chance on love? . . . When JT gets the chance to help Paige’s daughter, he takes it. He never planned on the two of them tearing down his walls or teaching him to believe in himself again. Paige might not believe in happily ever afters, but JT wants more than anything to be her prince. They’ll both have to let go of the past if they want a future.

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What is it about these McKinney boys that just make my heart flutter? They’re all so swoony and ugh I love them.

JT is now running a successful company that develops prosthetics. He lost his leg when he was 19 in an accident, and it has changed his life. He’s the baby of their family, but he doesn’t visit too often because of the memories he left at home. He thought he was living a happy life, but then he met Paige and her daughter Casey.

Paige wants a better future for herself and her daughter. She never wants Casey to experience the fears she had when she was a child. She works extremely hard to provide for Casey, and she really doesn’t have time to date, but then JT comes along.

There wasn’t much angst in this book, so I appreciated that a lot. The way JT was with Casey was so heartwarming. I would sigh happily every time he did something super sweet, which was quite often! You don’t really need to read the first two books in this series, but I highly recommend that you do.




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