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Paranormal and Contemporary Romances

Category: Kimberly Kincaid

Between Me & You: 

An Enemies to Lovers Workplace Romance (Remington Medical Book 3) 

By Kimberly Kincaid 

 On Amazon

He hates the corporate world.
She’s all business.

Now they have to work together
on the one job that could
make or break them both…



Who doesn’t love a hot and hunky veteran flight medic, everyone, well maybe not Harlow, that is. Connor has had his fair share of rough times but this spunky CEO might be his hardest battle yet. Not to give away any of the plot … however, how can you not love a good story where two characters who have this much chemistry resist the sparks until one or both of them are in too deep?

This one was book I could not put down until I had found out whether these two could get together or not. Yet again I am never disappointed in the details, quality of writing and riveting characters that Kimberly Kincaid brings to life. Talk about a great way to get to know the Remington Medical World.

You can read Harlow and Connor’s story as a stand alone or part of the series.


If You Can’t Stand The Heat…

Teagan O’Malley can handle a crisis. She’s a paramedic, it’s her job. But she never expected to land in the kitchen of her father’s pub, with no notice, no cash, and no room for error. The kitchen is not her favorite place. Lucky for her, she just scraped a bad-boy chef off the pavement after a motorcycle accident—and something about him says he can turn up the heat in more ways than one.

Adrian Holt has had a rough few years, and he’s not eager to get tangled up in anything more complicated than a good risotto. But with a broken arm and a head full of bad memories, he needs a challenge to keep him sane. Teagan’s dare-me attitude and smoldering mess of a bar are just what the doctor ordered. And the two of them together might cook up some even better medicine…

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“You are stuck with me in here, Red.”
For a second, Teagan couldn’t move, couldn’t think, couldn’t breathe. But then she dropped her eyes to Adrian’s finger, still hot on her lips. She reached up to wrap her hand around his, moving it from her mouth as she stepped in close enough to erase any daylight between them.
“Did you just shush me so you could say your piece?”
Adrian paused, his body going rigid against hers even though his gaze didn’t waver. “I guess …

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