Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Release + Review - Kimberly Kincaid - Better Than Me

Better Than Me, an all-new steamy friends to lovers romance from USA
Today bestselling author Kimberly Kincaid, is available now!

Remington’s most notoriously single,
notoriously sexy surgeon
is about to fall for the one woman
he can’t have…
Did I mention that she's
A) his best friend

B) immune to his panty-melting charm, and
C) sleeping on his couch for the next six weeks?
But Jonah’s not made for commitment,
and a good man is the one thing Natalie deserves.
Not someone who can only offer up
a couple of sizzling hot, no-strings-attached nights

of pure pleasure.
Unless that’s what she wants.

Because Jonah wants her. And with each
moment they spend working together—

living together—

the harder it is to resist temptation.
And even harder to resist the fall that
might break them both…

A steamy medical contemporary romance from USA Today best-selling author Kimberly
Kincaid. Watch this cocky hero fall head over scalpel for his sweet and sexy BFF. Full-
length standalone story with action in the emergency room and the bedroom, and a

sweet-and-sexy happily ever after.

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"Come on, Jonah. You and I are just friends, and my living with you would only
be temporary. I’m neat and fairly low-maintenance, and I really can cook like a boss. I
know you like your space.” It was a euphemism, and if the smile poking at the corners of
her lips was anything to go by, Natalie knew it as well as Jonah did. He was a freaking
island, and it wasn’t by accident. “So I can totally stay out of your hair if you want me to.
But please.” In a blink, her smile disappeared. “I’m begging you. Don’t make me stay
with my parents.”

Jonah’s nice-guy propensity came out of hiding to pick a fight with his defenses,
both of them quickening his pulse. His defenses didn’t fight fair, though, reminding him
that he had damn good reasons for not being a long-haul guy.
He opened his mouth to say he was sorry. To tell Natalie, rationally and with
good reason, why he just couldn’t let her move in with him for six weeks.
But what came out was, “Okay. You can stay.”
Christ, his inner nice-guy was a sneaky son of a bitch.
“Really?” Natalie let out a gasp that quickly slid into an adorable ear-to-ear grin,
and okay, Jonah was going to have to do some damage control here.
“With a couple of stipulations,” he said, holding up his fingers to count
them off. “If you want to watch rom coms or that channel that plays all those gooey
holiday movies, you’ve got to do it on your iPad.”
Jonah knew from experience that she loved both, and with Christmas only a
month away, she’d certainly want to mainline them whenever she had down time. But
while happily ever after might be on some people’s agendas—and more power to them
as long as they didn’t try to convert him to coupledom—he sure as hell wasn’t going to
let it parade across his big screen TV.
“Come on! Not even It’s a Wonderful Life?” she asked, but he stood firm.
“The only Christmas movie that flies in my apartment is Diehard.”
Her hands moved to her hips. “That is so not a Christmas movie.”
“Take it or leave it, Kendrick. Yippie-ki-yay is all the holiday cheer you’re going to
get out of me.”
Natalie frowned, but didn’t push her luck, so Jonah continued. “I’ll take that you
cook, I clean bargain. I don’t mind doing all the dishes, and I wasn’t kidding when I said
I can’t cook. No complaining about football or hockey—the Rogues are kicking ass

again this year on the ice and I want to watch every game that I can. And for the love of
all that it sacred and good, no bras on the shower curtain rod.”
His surprise must have stumbled over his face, because she laughed and
tacked on, “What? You know I love hockey, too, and after meeting Finn Donnelly over
the summer at that fundraiser at The Crooked Angel? I’m all-in for the Rogues. I
promised you I’d cook, and the other stuff”—she lifted one shoulder beneath her light
pink sweater—“I can stipulate, even if it is kind of grinchy. So, do we have a deal? I can
come live with you until this mess is all fixed?”
Jonah exhaled. “Yes, we have a deal.

About Kimberly

Kimberly Kincaid writes contemporary romance that splits the difference between sexy
and sweet and hot and edgy romantic suspense. When she’s not sitting cross-legged in
an ancient desk chair known as “The Pleather Bomber”, she can be found practicing
obscene amounts of yoga, whipping up anything from enchiladas to ├ęclairs in her
kitchen, or curled up with her nose in a book. Kimberly is a USA Today best-selling
author and a 2016 and 2015 RWA RITA® finalist and 2014 Bookseller’s Best nominee
who lives (and writes!) by the mantra that food is love. Kimberly resides in Virginia with

her wildly patient husband and their three daughters.

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Louise's Review 

Better Than Me is book 2 in the Remington Medical Series; a standalone that involves 2 surgeons, Dr Natalie Kendrick and Dr Jonah Sheridan; a Best Friends to lover’s romance. 

Natalie suddenly finds herself homeless, with a bathtub in the lounge she runs through her options and decides that her BFF Jonah is the best option, both surgeons working long hours all she needs is a place to sleep. Jonah loved his own space, having Natalie all around him was changing him; and he wasn’t the only one noticing.

Taking their friendship to the next level was meant to be a 1-time thing until it wasn’t, when Jonah needed someone to lean on Natalie was there to hold him up. When Natalie receives some news, she is left pushing Jonah away not wanting to burden him. Can Jonah convince Natalie that its his turn to be the strong one to hold her up? Nothing beats a grand gesture to win over a woman’s heart.

“I want to give you the last bite of cheesecake”

Jonah and Natalie have insane sexual chemistry, they burn up the pages setting my kindle on fire!

Kincaid is a new to me author and I fell in love with this story, I had to force myself to stop reading to go to sleep in the early hours of the morning. Kincaid smashed it out of the park with the intimate scenes, leaving me hanging for the next one.

I personally loved this story and while I haven’t read book 1 (Back to you) I didn’t feel like I was lost; but in saying that I will be going back and reading it. I am looking forward to book 3, Between You & Me releasing later this year.

Star Ratings; Plot: 5/5  Characters: 5/5  Heat: 5/5  Writing Style: 5/5  Overall: 5/5

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