Worth the Wait
Written by: Claudia Connor
Series: McKinney/Walker #1
Print Length: 237 pages
Publication Date: January 10, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Now ten years later, Mia James is in Special Agent Nick Walker’s path once again and this time he’s determined to shed the weight of regret and finally claim the future that was always meant to be theirs.
But Mia’s heart was shattered by Nick and though repaired, she’s not sure she can risk it again. Love wasn’t enough for them before, how can it be enough now? And on top of that, she has her own secret about that tragic day.
Worth the Wait by Claudia Connor
Nick and Mia were college sweethearts.
Mia falls in love with the young man with the little baby on campus. Nick was left responsible for all his siblings when his parents are killed in a freak accident when he was 19. Their relationship grows and thrives with Mia becoming an integral part of the family dynamic.
Five years later, tragedy strikes Nick’s baby sister when Mia fails to find his sister when she goes to pick her up from school. Nick sister is stolen and abused and when she is rediscovered she is physically and emotional wounded. Nick cannot forgive himself for his failure to protect his sister and it tears a giant rift in Nick’s and Mia’s relationship. Nick ultimately breaks Mia’s heart.
Ten years later, Nick visits Hannah only to discover that Mia is in Hannah’s life. He can’t let her go another time but will Mia be able to forgive him and love him once again? You’ll have to check out Worth The Wait to find out.
I really enjoyed this story. Both main characters were very likable. I had a hard time justifying characters that were still suffering with their choice caused emotional scars being able to pop right back into a relationship..which kept me from loving it. It was a sweet and endearing story of united soul mates.
My full review will be posted closer to publication date.
I received this ARC copy of Worth The Wait from Claudia Connor in exchange for a honest and voluntary review. This book is set for publication Jan. 10, 2017.