Worth It All was everything I love about Claudia Connor’s McKinney Brothers Series.  It had all the feels and the most perfect characters. Plus we got to see a little of the McKinney family and get introduced to a whole new side of JT.

Worth the Fall will forever be my favourite in this series as honestly, it is still one of my all-time favourite books, so it is hard to compare this to it and not find it a little bit lacking. Which I know is unfair but meh I am still besotted with Matt so sue me.

With that said, this was a kick ass standalone novel and based solely on this book I loved it. I wasn’t really a fan of the few glimpses we got of JT in his brother’s books but this takes place a few years after that and he has grown into an amazing man, it was hard not to love. He was everything I could have wanted for Paige, but more than that he was perfect for the beautiful Casey.

But of course the real star of any of these books is always our heroine and Paige was perfect. She was a struggling single mother that not once did I feel anything but respect and love for. Not once did Paige complain about the load on her shoulders or pull any stupid overly dramatic wishy washy bullshit that is so common in a lot of single mother romance novels.

Claudia has this ability to make me feel like all is right in the world from the second the couples meet. It’s not insta love, it’s just a genuine connection between two very real characters that don’t act like immature arseholes and I love it.

There’s still issues but they aren’t manufactured through misunderstanding or miscommunication and I genuinely feel the full range of emotion as it plays out in the book, so much so that I am entirely invested in the outcome of the couple. Then throw in an amazing 5 year old girl and I literally couldn’t put it down.
I could not recommend this series enough but if you don’t want to commit to the whole series they can easily be read as standalones, out of order, but you would be doing yourself a massive disservice if you don’t read Worth the Fall. 



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