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    4.5 Sweet, Steamy, and Sexy Stars!

    Friends to lovers – check; sexy doctors – check; steamy chemistry – check; another awesome book by Kimberly Kincaid – check, check, and check! I absolutely adored both Natalie and Jonah and loved watching them fight and then finally give in to the chemistry between them. I loved the fact that they were best friends, for me it added a whole other dimension to their relationship, especially when they would call each other out on things. These two both have issues from their pasts that have shaped the who they have become, and I think without the background of their deep friendship, having them move their relationship forward just would not have been so believable. Underneath his “one night stand” persona Jonah is a deeply caring man, and I loved that he so wanted to take care of Natalie. And Natalie always knew just how far to push Jonah and the questions to ask him to get him to think about his past and his future, especially surrounding the relationship with his father. But in the end, the fact that these two always had each other’s backs made their relationship so special – even if it did take a bit for them to realize just how special together they were! I always love when characters from other books add to the story, and there was no shortage of support offered by the staff from Remington Medical. I really loved watching Natalie’s relationship grow with both Tess and Charlie, offering her support and advice and just being there when she needed some girl time. And watching them all rally together at the end to get Jonah and Natalie to their happily ever after was a perfect way to wrap up this story. Kimberly Kincaid has a wonderful writing style and she makes it easy to get lost in one of her books. Her characters are always a bit on the intense side when it comes to the emotions, but she always makes that work while keeping the angst to a manageable level. My only small complaint with this one was the twist at the end, it almost seemed to me to be the easy way out, and I would have loved to have seen something a little different and less predictable – but even with that, I think this is one of my favorite Kimberly Kincaid books that I have read. Another great read by Kimberly Kincaid that I would highly recommend!
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    Better Than Me

    Oh my goodness, this book was so good! Do not miss this one!!! If I could have put life on hold and read this one in one sitting I would have. First it starts off with Natalie Kendrick, a pediatric surgeon who always looks for the silver lining, finding a cast iron tub in the middle of her living room after it crashes though her ceiling (good thing she was not home at the time). Now being virtually homeless, because she refuses to stay with her overprotective parents, she moves in with Jonah Sheridan, a trauma surgeon and her best friend for years. Could close quarters bring on more than platonic feelings and the underlying arousal both feel with the familiarity soon escalate and...yea, this was one of the best books I have read in a while. Add in all the witty banter and secondary characters and I'm surprised my kindle didn't ignite because I was turning the pages so quick to get to the next one. Definitely a recommendation from me. I would deem this a standalone since I didn't read the first one in the series and was not lost, although I'm going to pick it up and catch up with these characters. **Received this ARC for review**
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    I loved this one

    Kimberly Kincaid is a new author to me and I have absolutely no idea why that is. This story had me engaged from the first chapter until the last, in fact I couldn’t put it down. This is a friends to lovers story featuring Dr. Jonah Sheridan (a.k.a. The Orgasm Whisperer,) and his best friend, Dr. Natalie Kendrick.  When Jonah comes to the rescue of Natalie and allows her to stay at his apartment, he has no idea how his life is about to change. Even though Natalie is immune to Jonah’s charms, he is not as immune to hers which makes for major complications in their friendship. Forced to live in one another pockets the chemistry between them builds despite them both trying to deny it. The fact that Natalie is off limits to Jonah just adds to the intensity of his feelings. The genuine friendship between them was sweet and as it morphs into love it was interesting to watch them both struggle to get a handle on their feelings. Jonah is smoking hot and has a brashness about him that I really enjoyed; Natalie is a perfect counter to him with her sweet and generous nature. There was plenty of humour, chemistry and emotions that made this story one heck of a read and the secondary characters were also well written and interesting. This may be my first book by this author, but it won’t be my last.. One click on release, you won’t be disappointed.
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    Loved this friends to lovers romance!

    Loved this friends to lovers romance between two best friends. When a cast iron tub from the second-floor ends falls through her ceiling into her living room Natalie, a pediatric surgeon needs a place to stay while her apartment gets cleaned up and fixed. She moves in with her best friend Jonah, a trauma surgeon. Sparks fly and can hide from their feelings for each other. Loved the witty banter and humor throughout the story. 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.
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    Loved it!

    This book is insanely good! Jonah Sheridan and Natalie Kendrick have been best friends for years. The playboy trauma surgeon and the sunny pediatric surgeon have a fantastic, platonic relationship. Then Nat desperately needs a place to stay and Jonah reluctantly agrees to become roommates and suddenly everything changes. I wish I could give this more than five stars!! Jonah is my favorite kind of book boyfriend: gorgeous, sexy, cocky and when he finally falls, you know he will fall hard. Natalie blew me away, sweet and kind but oh so strong. I loved that they started out as best friends and turned into so much more! The attraction between these two is oh-so-hot but there were so many sweet, swoony moments too. Add in some funny banter, the Remington Memorial staff, plus some surprising twists and Better Than Me is one of the best books I have read in a long time.
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