Worth Any Cost
Book 6, Gaming the System
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You are cordially invited to the wedding of the decade.
Adam Drake and Emilia Kimberly Strong have chosen a date to solidify their love in the bonds of matrimony.
Join them on their exotic destination wedding. Visit with their friends and loved ones. But hold the champagne toast. Fate has a few last tests for our couple on their way to the altar.
Natural 20 or natural disaster?
THE GAMING THE SYSTEM SERIES:
Girl Geek ~ available now (Mia)
At Any Price ~ available now (Adam & Mia part 1)
At Any Turn ~ available now (Adam & Mia part 2)
At Any Moment ~ available now (Adam & Mia part 3)
For The Win ~ available now (Jordan & April)
For The One ~ available now (William & Jenna)
Worth Any Cost ~ available now (Adam & Mia part 4)
For The Taking ~ available for pre-order (Katya & Lucas)
Worth Any Cost is worth the wait!
Wow, while Adam and Mia's wedding is the culmination of this book the events leading up to it are quite interesting, emotionally charged and keep you on the end of your seat. I love this couple and their relationship. They have both had past challenges that impact them in serious and sensitive ways. Adam being the control freak we have come to loves plans a most beautiful wedding and honeymoon. No spoilers in this review but you will want to read this book. It makes me want to go back and read the series again. Kudos to Brenna Aubrey.
I loved this series very much the 4 books about Adam and Mia, cried when I thought they would not get back together, laughed, and fell in love with them...great story line I finished and wish there was more to read on them
I've waited so long for this book that I've lost interest. Who waits over a year to release the next book in a series?? Will definitely not be reading.
- Category: Contemporary
- Published: Dec 31, 2016
- Publisher: Silver Griffon Associates
- Seller: Silver Griffon Associates
- Print Length: 348 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 6, Gaming the System