Book 5 in the New York Times bestselling Worth Series
Can Love Grow Again?
Liv Beck loved her husband desperately, but that wasn’t enough to keep him. A failed marriage has taught her what’s important, and how to get what she wants. Unfortunately, she’ll need her ex-husband’s help to get it.
Twain Beck has dealt with the guilt of his divorce for seven years. Now he can finally make it up to Liv by giving her the one thing she wants most. But is the price too high?
Spending time together reminds Liv how much she always loved Twain, but she knows she needs to protect her heart this time. Twain can’t understand these new feelings he’s developing for Liv. Could he be falling in love with his ex-wife?
Is trying again…Worth The Price?
This book contains 2-3 fairly graphic love scenes and the F-bomb is detonated once or twice. If it was a movie, it would be rated R.
The Worth Series thus far:
1. Worth the Weight (Lizzie and Finn)
2. Worth the Drive (Katie and Dario
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 Lies (Kelsey and Huck)
7. Worth The Flight (Jess and Zeke)
8. Worth The Burn (Sarah and Reilly)
Customer ReviewsSee All
Worth the price
I enjoyed the book.
A different romance
A very different twist from so many of the romance stories. Felt sorry for Liv at first but then proud of her for standing on her own. Twain was just a good guy. Was irritated with him at first for not being capable of loving Liv, but obviously he too grows up. Wish the story had continued a bit more.
Emotional and Rich
This book got to me. Emotionally. It is so rich and satisfying. Fiction—but based in deep, raw emotion. You don’t have to have read any of the other Worth books to enjoy Liv and Twain’s story, but if you have you’ll appreciate being reintroduced to Sawyer and Deni and their story - and my favorite hero, Petey too. Twain is Sawyer’s heroic brother, and boy does he continue to live up to those high standards in this book. He’s a great guy. Likes Liv a lot, does the right thing by her, and never complains. Happy Ever After, right? Not so fast. From their first high school encounter, Liv is the kind of girl that keeps wondering “When am I going to lose Twain Beck?” And thus the tangled web begins to weave. A really fabulous, sexy, page turner you don’t want to miss. Highly recommended.