There’s no point in faking it, so I’m just going to be honest. I have ZERO chill right now. ZERO. Z.E.R.O! Why? *takes deep breath*
I just found out I received a STARRED REVIEW from Publisher’s Weekly for Chasing a Legend (which releases Aug 22!).
Some of you are probably like…so what? What does that even mean?? Well, Publisher’s Weekly is a well respected, long looked to source of book reviews. People have used it for decades to tell them what’s worth reading, and what’s…not. A starred review is the highest form of praise from PW and so I’m unbelievably thrilled. It also makes complete sense that it would be for Quinn’s book. 😉
Read the entire review below (or here!)!
Chasing a Legend: Kavanagh Legends, Book 4
Robinson concludes her Kavanagh Legends contemporary quartet (after Becoming a Legend) with a perfect blend of smoldering heat and gentle tenderness. After an accident, mixed martial arts fighter Quinn Kavanagh is placed under the care of physical therapist Keira Finley, his first and only love. She has no idea that she broke his heart when she left for college six years earlier. They’d been best friends since they were kids and never experienced life without each other’s unwavering support, but when Quinn didn’t ask her to stay, Keira needed to prove to herself that she could make it on her own. Quinn’s emotional scars run a lot deeper than the physical ones. He’s afraid to open himself up to Keira again, but with the encouragement of his boisterous, fun-loving family, he learns to give to himself as freely as he’s always given to others. This endearing story showcases Keira and Quinn’s easy banter, familiar warmth, and unquenchable heat. Quinn is the last Kavanagh brother to meet his mate, but subtle mentions of potential future love matches among their friends will leave readers eager for spin-offs. Agent: Nichole Resciniti, Seymour Agency. (Aug.)
Visit the review on Publisher’s Weekly here.