Unworthy by A.K. Evans (Book Review/Release Blitz) 4 STARS

Title: Unworthy
Series: Cunningham Security #6
Author: A.K. Evans
Genre: Contemporary Romance
with a touch of suspense
Release Date: August 27, 2019
Sometimes your first love needs a second chance…A boy from the wrong side of the tracks, Trent Michaels never cared what anyone
thought of him. That is, until the girl he fell in love with broke his heart in
the worst way possible.
Delaney Rogers knows she made the biggest mistake of her life when she allowed
Trent to walk away from her. So, when Trent unknowingly rescues her baby
fifteen years later, Delaney’s relieved she’ll finally have the chance to make
things right.The only problem is that Trent can’t bear to look at the woman he loved and
lost. The woman who now realizes just how much damage she’s done.

Following a series of accidental encounters, Trent soon realizes that
everything is not as it seems. And Delaney is hoping for a second chance to
prove that it wasn’t him who was unworthy.

It was her.

My Review


Contemporary Romance/Second Chance Romance

This was a sweet read!

Trent and Delaney were high school sweethearts. They fell for each other quick and hard. It was so sweet to see their love grow as their grew as individuals. Ah, young love! But for most romance stories, young love doesn’t seem to last. As these characters grow and their futures start to unfold in front of them, one of them has to make a difficult decision that will break both of their hearts. Be ready, this book will take you for a ride!

This story is so sweet and sad. There are moments that I really enjoyed and others I didn’t care for because they pulled on my heartstrings. This story focuses on love, loss and growth, which I absolutely LOVE in a romance read. I don’t want all the happy moments, I want to see the hardships too. I liked how complex this story was. It was more than just a quick summer read, it captivated me and held my attention from the beginning, forcing me to savor all the words.

The only thing that could have made me love this book even more is to have MORE of this book. I craved more development of Delaney. I wanted to experience the things she went through first hand. I wanted to connect even more with her and I think I could have if there were more scenes about her life, family and how she was raised.

Looking for a sweet read that will take you for a ride!? Check out this book. Available NOW on Amazon.


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Author Bio
A.K. Evans is a
married mother of two boys residing in a small town in northeastern
Pennsylvania, where she graduated from Lafayette College in 2004 with two
degrees (one in English and one in Economics & Business). Following a brief
stint in the insurance and financial services industry, Evans realized the
career was not for her and went on to manage her husband’s performance
automotive business. She even drove the shop’s race cars! Looking for more
personal fulfillment after eleven years in the automotive industry, Andrea
decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer.
While Andrea continues
to help administratively with her husband’s businesses, she spends most of her
time writing and homeschooling her two boys. When she finds scraps of spare
time, Evans enjoys reading, doing yoga, watching NY Rangers hockey, dancing,
and vacationing with her family. Andrea, her husband, and her children are
currently working on taking road trips to visit all 50 states (though, Alaska
and Hawaii might require flights).
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