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Publisher Description

The heartfelt holiday conclusion to the Kavanagh Legends family saga revisits all the couples that readers have fallen in love with throughout the series. An angsty and loving Christmas novella, it’s the perfect goodbye to these Irish MMA fighters and a glimpse into what the future holds for them.

With the Christmas season fast approaching, the entire Kavanagh family is feeling anything but the holiday spirit. Commitments are questioned, relationships are tense, and bickering is nonstop. 

However, when a crisis strikes and the family realizes that they might lose one of their own, they’ll come together to remember the reason for the season is first, and foremost, love and family.

NOTE: This novella contains a short story about Rory & Clare Kavanagh, plus two excerpts from other Sarah Robinson novels, at the end. The holiday novella itself is 35,000 words.

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


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

“This endearing story showcases Keira and Quinn’s easy banter, familiar warmth, and unquenchable heat.” – Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review, on Chasing a Legend

“One of my favorite MMA books to date.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken, on Breaking a Legend

“Those Kavanaghs really know how to make a girl swoon.”—New York Times bestselling author Katy Evans

“Saving a Legend is a gripping and sexy MMA romance with characters you’ll be rooting for long after you finish reading. Buckle your seatbelts and get ready for one amazing and hot story from Sarah Robinson.”—New York Times bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills, on Saving a Legend

“Raw, sexy, and romantic, Becoming a Legend is another perfect, steamy read about the heartwarming Kavanaghs.”—Kate Meader, author of the Hot in Chicago series, on Becoming a Legend

November 7
Sarah Robinson
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Reading by the Book Blog ,

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Bittersweet review.... I have to say farewell to one of my favorite literary families, The Kavanaghs. They went out with a bang and boy was I in tears from the emotions that ran through my body. I cursed the author I know seven times and trust, I kept count. The holidays will never be the same but this will always be a book I read every Christmas holiday from now on.

I would have to say the fear was real. I felt every parent emotion and protection from start to finish. What sealed it for me and had me reading it aloud was the Valedictorian speech in the epilogue. The time in which Sarah put in to make those words powerful as anything I have read or heard in a long time was awe-inspiring. I even called my best friend to share those words as well as made my boys read that part as well. #WordsToLiveBy #MessageReceived

MissMSW08 ,

Beautiful Goodbye to the Kavanagh Clan!

I did not want this series to end I fell in love with the Kavanagh family in Breaking a Legend. I looked forward to every single book in this series. Kavanagh Christmas was bitter sweet for me. I wanted to read this but I also did not want to say goodbye. And let me tell you something I was a mess reading this, there were moments I had to put my kindle down and just give myself a minute and clear my vision of the tears. Sarah Robinson definitely did not disappoint and though I cried a lot her words brought us the proper closure and the best ending for this story. Absolutely a must read series. One of my faves this family will forever live in my heart.

bh313@hotmail ,

Loved it!

Loved, loved, loved! I've enjoyed this big rowdy family since the very first book and this story was a wonderful way to catch up with all the characters we've grown to love. This story has all the emotions going. There us new love, new life, joy , sadness, homecoming, and heartache but as always the Kavanagh's stand as one and celebrate and cry together. This is a wonderful story for the season and one that shouldn't be missed. I highly recommend it.

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