Monday, September 25, 2017

#Review Chasing a Legend by Sarah Robinson

Chasing a Legend: Quinn Kavanagh and Dr. Kiera Finley

(Kavanagh Legends #4)


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.

It was a pretty quick read, cute and romantic.. Quinn is not in a good place when this book starts, everything he thought he knew about his life and his place in it, is up in air. His body is broken and he's barely holding onto his mind. When his new physical therapist walks in, he's sure he's going to lose it. Kiera, the love of his life, the one that got away, is his new physical therapist and she's not going to let him get away with being distant and withdrawn.

Quinn is Kiera's best friend, her partner in crime for most of her life. She needed to get away and find herself, Quinn must understand that. Sure she should have said something after their one night together. She took off to school without so much as a goodbye but Quinn should have answered her calls. When Kiera see's Quinn again after years apart, he's at his lowest point in his life. Kiera is determined to be the person that gets him back on his feet. Literally and figuratively.

While I really did enjoy this book, it was a fun light read, I didn't feel like there was a whole lot of character development going on. I really didn't feel like we really got to know these two characters. Still if you're a fan of this series, dont miss this book. I think you'll enjoy it.

*Review copy provided through NetGalley for an honest review. No other compensation was provided.

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