Chasing a Legend (Kavanagh Legends #4)

Author: Sarah Robinson

Publisher: Loveswept

Rating: 4.5 stars

Buy Links: Amazon 

Type: Novel in Series 

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Blurb: The most soulful Kavanagh brother tackles the challenge of a lifetime—with a little help from the girl of his dreams. 

“Fans of Lori Foster’s SBC Fighters series will love the MMA atmosphere of [Sarah] Robinson’s Legends.”—Library Journal

A topnotch manager and agent, Quinn Kavanagh pictures a life outside of his family’s renowned MMA gym. Beneath his sleek exterior, Quinn has a secret passion for sculpting. But after a nearly fatal motorcycle accident, he’s struggling just to walk again, let alone get back to the studio—and it doesn’t help that the doctor in charge of his physical therapy is his childhood crush. Quinn’s always ready for a fight, but the bittersweet sting of unrequited love has him begging for mercy.

Dr. Kiera Finley is determined to make her medical residency a success. Six years ago, she gave in and shared a single passionate night with Quinn. Now she’s just hoping the cocky lover from her past doesn’t derail her plans for the future. Little by little, though, Kiera gets to know another side of Quinn. She knew he was a family man, devoted to his parents and brothers, but he’s also a free spirit trapped in a cage—and only she has the key. To heal both Quinn’s body and soul, Kiera’s tempted to give him a special kind of medicine.

With their own heartwarming HEAs, Sarah Robinson’s Kavanagh Legends novels can be read together or separately:

BREAKING A LEGEND

SAVING A LEGEND

BECOMING A LEGEND

CHASING A LEGEND

 

Review: The Kavanagh’s series has been really great reading and this title was no different except it had less MMA and more Quinn, the previously little heard from brother. I really enjoyed getting to know him and see a very different side to this family. I have to say that I’m really pleased with how the author carried it off.

Quinn’s heart was broken by his best friend Kiera when she left for college after a night he thought had changed their relationship status. Six years later she’s back in town. A lot of things have changed, especially for Quinn. Months earlier, a horrible motorcycle accident had nearly ended his life. When he goes to his first physical therapy appointment, they’re both shocked when Kiera walks in.

Kiera had often thought about her best friend Quinn while she was at school in Seattle, but after he refused to answer her messages and calls, she’d stopped trying. Seeing him in the examination room was shocking and heartbreaking. Why hadn’t anyone told her that Quinn had nearly died?

Helping Quinn rehabilitate his body turned into a journey of painful truths and a way forward to a future together, if only they can each try. Great romantic read with characters both realistic and full hearted. Thanks!

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