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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What readers are saying...

Everything I love in a book: a closeknit family, a wounded hero, a courageous heroine, and a kid who’ll steal your heart.    Claudia Connor writes the kind of romance I love the most. Warm, realistic, steamy and heartfelt, WORTH IT ALL delivers on every level.  

Kristan Higgins New York Times bestselling author

Worth it all was so sweet. Like All the McKinney brothers I fell in love with JT. There is just something about this series that I just connect with. The characters are all amazing and the stories so touching. This book was no different. It was a beautiful, heartwarming love story.

Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession

I've spent this week binge-reading the McKinney Brothers series, and with each book I've fallen in crazy, mad love. With this family—the whole lot of them; be they married, single, male, female, SEAL, biomedical engineer or one of a dozen other things, the McKinney family is just so bloody lovable. And it's possible that JT McKinney is the most lovable of all. I do so enjoy a scarred, broody man with a squishy center, and that's Jake to a T. Add in his affection for Paige and Paige's little girl, Casey—also bearing the scars of life—and he's an ovary explosion waiting to happen. BOOM! That was it. Sorry, ovaries, you're done. Jake and his brothers have taken them (and, by extension, ME) on a roller coaster of emotion these past couple days, and I have no regrets. How can I, when the writing is excellent, the stories terrific—interesting, tense, SEXY, but not too angsty—and the characters sublime?

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Sometimes you pick up a book and it captures your mind and heart, for me Worth It All was this kind of read. The storyline was emotional, heartwarming, and beautifully written. Both Jake/JT and Paige were characters you could relate with and understand their daily struggles. I loved watching JT and Paige's relationship develop, they made me smile, swoon and fall in love with them.


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.

Bette Hansen