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    Amazing second-chance romance!!!

    Back to You is the first book in the Remington Medical series from Kimberly Kincaid. It is a spinoff series from her Station Seventeen series. Back to You is a second chance romance and I absolutely fell in love with this story from the very first page. Charleston "Charlie" Becker has come back to Remington Memorial Hospital after six years away to help out her best friend Tess Michaelson while she goes on maternity leave. Charlie left Remington Memorial after her marriage to Parker Drake ended their first year as interns. The only person she hopes not to see while back in North Carolina is of course one of the first people she sees on her first day back on the job. Not only will Charlie have to see Parker while she is in town, he is back in the intern program to finally become a doctor, and she will be his boss when he works with her on her. I loved everything about Charlie and Parker in this book! They had amazing chemistry but were also extremely snarky with one another. Everything they had gone through together in their past absolutely broke my heart. Seriously this book had me laughing out loud at time and crying my eyes out at other times. I loved that neither Charlie nor Parker had ever really stopped loving each other. Yes they hurt each other badly 6 years ago, but there was still love underneath it all. When they finally gave into their attraction, my kindle screen totally steamed up and I loved they couldn't stay away from each other. This second chance romance had everything I look for in that troupe. Super sexy chemistry, major emotional moments, and the satisfying reunion I wanted from the very first page. I'm a huge fan of Kimberly Kincaid and have to say Charlie and Parker are my new favorite couple from her. I loved every moment of Back to You and can't wait to see where she takes us next with the Remington Medical series. Rating: 5 Stars (A) Review copy provided by publisher
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    More than a second chance!

    Charlie coming back home to help her friend Tess, gets more than she bargains for. Taking over the ER while Tess is on leave, she is responsible for the interns. But full stop! One of them is her ex husband Parker. The end of their marriage didn't end well from Charlie's perspective, so how is she going to work with him in the her ER? Parker is determined to become a DR. this time despite Charlie being the one that could derail that dream. The story becomes emotional with pushes and pulls from them both as they try to work together. But there is more than Parker's dream of becoming a Doctor as he and Charlie work together. Can heartache and pain of the past be healed? Will they find a way to make their future a medical miracle? *I received a free copy of "Back To You" via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving my honest review.* 4.5 Stars!
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    Emotional story

    This is an emotional story about Charlie and Parker getting a second chance at love. Charlie and Parker were once married and years later they are reunited when he interns at the hospital Charlie is a surgeon at. I loved these two together and I was cheering them on the whole way. This is a beautiful, well written story with believable characters, a great HEA and a great start to the Remington Medical series.
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    Hot New Series

    Parker and Charlie’s love story was amazing and emotional. I absolutely loved Back to You by Kimberly Kincaid, book one in her Remington Medical series. This amazing second chance story pulls out all the stops. Not only is it a second chance at love but also at doing a job both had only dreamed about. Despite the possibility of losing his internship, Parker’s love for Charlie surpassed his goal of being a doctor. Given a chance, being offered her dream job, Charlie loved Parker too much to allow him being booted from the program because of her. These two exemplified the importance of honesty, trust, and love overcoming all obstacles. I loved how strong Charlie was and how she knew she was Godzilla. Parker might have been a rule breaker, always because of something he strongly believed or the safety of others, but that didn’t make him less of a hard worker with a strong work ethic. Ms. Kincaid provided an emotional tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, strong “family” connections and endearing characters; providing Parker and Charlie a chance at everlasting love. I highly recommend Back to You to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    Great second chance romance!

    I love second chance romances and it was wonderful to watch Charleston and Parker find their way back to each other after all they had been through – it really made my heart happy! I liked both Parker and Charlie and, even though they could be so polar opposite on things, they just made sense together. Charlie loves order and facts, she’s by the book and finds her comfort when the facts drive the decisions. Parker has a reputation of being a bit of a wild card and is seen as using gut instinct and reaction to drive his decisions, even though it’s clear his knowledge and skills play just as important a role. These two have a past that drove them apart, but when circumstances bring Parker and Charlie back together it’s obvious that what they had isn’t over by a long shot! I loved the use of the flashbacks – I was a bit put off by Charlie at first, but understanding what had happened and then unraveling the why’s behind her reactions helped to see beneath the somewhat cold and hard personality she had adopted as part of her coping mechanism. Parker was a total dream and I loved how he stepped up and became the man Charlie needed, especially when faced with the issues that threatened their relationship once again. There was great tension between Parker and Charlie but it never felt like the angst level got to be too much. And once they finally opened up to each other about what went wrong in the past and why, it created such a wonderful foundation for them to build their new relationship on. There were some great characters introduced and I look forward to learning more about each of them. It did get tough at times to keep track of everyone, but each new character introduced and every character that made a cameo from Parker’s former work-life (from the author’s Station Seventeen series) helped tell Parker and Charlie’s story and ensures that there will be some great stories that will be told in this series! It was a bit heavy on the medical jargon at times which slowed the book down for me in a couple of spots, but props go out to Kimberly Kincaid for making things as realistic as possible. This was a great start to a new series that promises to deliver some fun stories while still allowing glimpses into the lives of characters that have already had their stories told. If you like your romances with a healthy dose of drama and/or love those medical drama shows, then this one is definitely one to check out!
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