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Right Of Passage [The McCassey Cousins Book 4]

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  • Posted February 17, 2015

    Jay McCassey has been fighting along side his father and uncles

    Jay McCassey has been fighting along side his father and uncles since he was nine years old. At twenty-one, Jay still knows the meaning of a good fight. Sadie McCann has loved Jay McCassey since the fourth grade. She really doesn't want to bring trouble to Jay's doorstep but she doesn't know where to turn. Sadie doesn't want anything from Jay except a place to stay until the baby is born. Jay is stunned to learn that he's going to be a father in six weeks. Sadie's Uncle Willard is causing trouble and making threats towards Sadie and the baby. Jay will do what he's always done protecting those he loves with every breathe in his body. Becoming a father changes how Jay views life. Jay discovers along the way that he loves Sadie for herself. When McCann threatens Sadie and the baby Jay takes steps to eliminate the problem from becoming bigger. Will Jay pass his right of passage? Will Jay protect Sadie and the baby? Your answers await you in Right of Passage.




    The McCassey family is close knit as they come. They will do whatever it takes to protect their own and thensome. Jay's book came as such as sweet surprise in many ways and levels. I love the characters! I especially love the story. I will definitely read more of this author's work in the future.

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