Book 2 in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Worth series.
All Katie ever wanted was a baby.
Be careful what you wish for.
Katie Lipton is the town beauty, but that never got her what she wanted most—a baby. And, oh yeah, a faithful husband would have been nice, too.
Reeling from her husband’s cheating and desertion, Katie embarks on a one-night fling with professional golfer Darío Luna. Never could she have imagined that one night with Darío would give her something fifteen years of marriage couldn’t—morning sickness.
Darío was raised without a father, and he has no intention of the same fate befalling his child. He’s still not sure about Katie, though. Did she trick him? Lie to him? But his feelings for her, and this crazy attraction he feels, soon has him putting his doubts aside to spend more time with her. He tells himself it’s for the sake of the baby. Yeah. Right.
Agreeing to try to work out some sort of relationship before the baby is due, Katie travels with Darío to his golf tournaments, walking the course with him by day...and giving in to their attraction by night. But will it be enough?
The books of the Worth Series thus far:
1. Worth The Weight (Lizzie and Finn)
2. Worth The Drive (Katie and Darío)
3. Worth The Fall (Alison and Petey)
4. Worth The Effort (Deni and Sawyer)
4.5. Totally Worth Christmas - Novella (Phoebe and Charlie)
5. Worth The Price (Liv and Twain)
6. Worth The Price (Kelsey and Huck)
7. Worth The Flight (Jess and Zeke)
8. Worth The Burn (Sarah and Reilly)
Customer ReviewsSee All
One of my favorites
I absolutely love this book. It is my favorite of the “Worth” series. I read it over and over. Katie and Dario are wonderful characters. Mara Jacobs has surpassed herself.
Loved this story
I could not put this book down. I loved the story and felt the characters were very well defined. Sure early on it was obvious she would be expecting a baby and who the father was. But the fun part for me was how each of them handled it. I loved, loved how the story ended. A really good read.
Worth the Drive
I love the way Mara Jacobs writes. The story is interesting an not like a romance book, all the same, these have substance. Good read.