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    Fantastic

    An absolutely fantastic book from start to finish! Fast paced, full of suspense, scorching sexy times, and a story and characters that grab your attention and hold it. Put this one on the top of the must read list. Shae McCullough, a firefighter at station seventeen, and James Capelli, a specialist in the Elite Investigations unit for the Remington Police dept find themselves neck deep in a murder/arson investigation that could put both their lives at risk. These two seem like an odd pairing but somehow they just work on and off the case! If you enjoy your romance with a whole lot of steam and suspense, don't miss this one! I highly recommend it.
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    A great suspense!

    Shae McCullough, the lone female Station Seventeen female firefighter, refuses to have a relationship with one of her firefighter teammates; Shae thrives on the adrenaline rush of her chosen profession, but doesn’t need the complications that it could cause. On a call to a fire scene in a meth lab, Shae finds two dead men: one apparently died of smoke inhalation, however the other one was clearly murdered: his throat was slit. Upon looking more closely, Shae is convinced that the fire was arson, and true to her rebellious nature, she gets herself suspended from active duty because of her big mouth. Again. James Capelli, an intelligence officer for the Remington Police Department but not a cop. He is bored, he has nothing to do, until the he is asked to investigate the met lab fire. Capelli doesn’t like crime scenes, and he doesn’t know how he will ever manage when he meets Shae, who has been relocated for two weeks in his unit. She is impulsive, seems to act before she thinks, she operates on emotion; she is everything Capelli is not. And he doesn’t understand why he could ever be attracted to this woman who threatens his well-ordered world. And did Kimberly Kincaid ever do her research! I felt I was watching an action movie rather than reading! Shae and Capelli are the ultimate polar opposites, and I loved Shae even though she is reckless, and bends the rules a tad too much, she is dynamic, passionate and thorough in her own way. She did make me a bit dizzy at the beginning with her abundance of energy; I could almost hear her talking at lightning speed. On the other hand, Capelli did not appeal to me in the least. Maybe it’s because I have encountered men just like him, and it colours my perception, but still I felt he came across like a Vulcan but without Mr. Spock’s particular charm. I think it might have to do with the author’s persistent reminders on his being logical, methodical, weighing the odds, calculating probabilities. Capelli, to me, was a robot, and I couldn’t fathom why Shae was attracted to him, at least initially, even though he is supposed to be ever so handsome. I understood she liked to tease him, but still, it’s a far cry from becoming infatuated with – let’s be honest – an emotionless, dull, boring, however an enticing male specimen he might be. Or maybe it’s just me, but I couldn’t understand Shae’s attraction, although I understood Capelli’s. I felt he came alive only during the amazingly hot sex scenes. Both Shae and Capelli showed growth, and I felt it was more convincing in Shae’s case. However, I thought they made a fabulous investigating team because their thought processes were so different, and I would have liked if they had been part of a spin-off series, although not as lovers. DEEP BURN is a fabulously crafted suspense story, the writing is flawless, it’s extremely fast-paced, thoroughly entertaining, and Ms. Kincaid gives us enough details to keep us enthralled without weighing down the narrative. Although the romance didn’t work for me, I would definitely recommend DEEP BURN because it’s one of this year’s best suspense stories! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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    OMG, A Must Read!

    A fast paced romantic suspense at it's best. Scorching sex scenes that will warm you right up. I have always loved sexy fireman, but Shae as a sexy female firefighter takes it to the next level with her "adrenaline junkie" attitude, and it gets her into trouble. She now has to has spend two weeks with arson investigator, James Capelli, tech savy nerd. They have their differences but soon find out they are the perfect match in the romance department. As they work together to find out who is starting the arson fires, many secrets come out from their pasts. This is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand alone. I highly recommend this book. Plenty of romance and action, in and out of the bed. Loving this series!!!
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    Susupense, Hot Guy, Fire Fighter and Love

    Kimberly Kincaid burns up the pages with Deep Burn, the second book in her Station Seventeen series. Shae McCullough, a fire fighter at Station Seventeen, responsed recklessly at a fire which earned her two weeks of shuffling paper for the arson investigation unit. While there, see discovers another possible arson that looks very similar to the one she just fought, where two men were murdered. After sharing this information Shae becomes assigned to work with Remington’s Elite Intelligence unit on the investigation to find this murderer. James Capelli, a tech and surveillance expert with the Elite squad believes logic is not just one of his job requirements; it’s his way of life. Capelli’s not quite happy to be working with the impulsive Shae as it threatens his sanity and her curves and beauty threaten his composure. Despite their differences they find a way to work together to solve a case that becomes much larger than anyone expected. This killer ends up not being a stranger to Capelli, but actually someone who is part of his dark and secret past. The more time Capelli and Shae spend together, the more attracted they become to each other; a case of opposites attract. The chemistry between these two is amazing and Ms. Kincaid is incredible in her descriptions of the sexy time shared between these two. All in all, it really did come down to a race against the clock as Shae and Capelli work to outsmart the man behind the arsons and killings. I really enjoyed reading this book as had Ms. Kincaid drew me in and did not let me go until I read the last page. Ms. Kincaid kept this reader mesmerized with wanting to see how Shae and Capelli would capture this guy and whether or not they would get their happy ever after. I highly recommend this book to other readers and I for one look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    Hot Firefighter Romance

    I loved this new romantic suspense story from the Station Seventeen series. When you pair a beautiful but impulsive and spontaneous woman with a nerdy, driven and obsessively organized man, sparks are bound to fly, particularly when she's a firefighter, he's a tech security expert for the police department and they've been assigned to identify a couple of murder/arsons that nearly went undetected by the fire marshal's office. Kincaid always provides charming, sweet, spicy romances between characters with very strong personalities that seem to conflict nearly as often as they come together and Deep Burn is no exception, but this story offers so much more with believable, on location and background fire fighting and a look at how an arsonist/extortionist might go about conducting his business. Don't plan anything for the next several hours if you're looking to buy this one because you won't be able to put it down
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