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    Awesome

    Loved this! It's a fun, sexy second chance romance that is very well written and has some amazing characters. I'm not always a fan of novellas because I really like getting to know the characters in a book. This one doesn't hold anything back and contains a lot on a few pages. Definitely one I recommend to everyone. After winning "The Cup" with the Rage, Finn Donnelly returns to Remington, NC to face the demons of his past. Surprisingly, clearing up the past helps him find the path for his future.
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    Full of surprises and heat!

    After having won the cup, the first thing Finn Donnelly does is go home to Remington and visit the grave of his friend Asher Gibson with his trophy, as it is Finn’s turn to have the Cup for a day. Remington is also where he broke January Sinclair’s heart. January has made a good life for herself as administrator of Station Seventeen, the fire station where Asher was a firefighter. It might have been seven years ago, but January is still angry at Finn for how he behaved, with good reason, but she doesn’t know everything that happened between Asher and Finn. When Finn sees January, he tries to make her understand that he really is sorry for how he behaved, that he was a stupid teenager, and although reluctant January agrees to listen to Finn, but not to make another stupid mistake… DEEP CHECK by Kimberly Kincaid is light, fun, and very sexy, in spite of a tragedy and a dreadful misunderstanding that touched Finn and January’s lives. I love how they reconnected by really talking and listening to each other, one step at a time, and that there were no ugly words between them. The relationship between January and her dad is wonderful, filled with love and affection. We all know how well Ms. Kincaid knows her way around a fire station, but what surprised me most if how much I enjoyed the fundraiser planning, and the fundraiser itself, as that sort of thing usually nearly puts me to sleep. It was really entertaining and had quite a lot to do with the plot, as well. The same goes for Finn’s contract negotiations, which didn’t turn out as I expected. Kimberly Kincaid has literally written a full novel in this novella; nothing is missing, the characters are very well developed, and nothing is instantaneous or rushed. The sexual energy crackles and pops around Finn and January, and there is an unforgettable, and very steamy and creative shower sex scene. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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    Enjoyed!

    I enjoyed this second chance story of Finn and January. Once the best of friends, one night, a kiss and actions that were never corrected, separated them for years. I liked that Finn recognized that he not only had reparations to make with the man he owed his success to, but to the girl he had left behind in the harshest of ways. This is a sweet love story with low angst but holy heck was it steamy! Finn is a bit of a dirty talker and although he has a moment of idiocy, he was pretty swoon worthy. January knew what she wanted and that was Finn. I appreciated that she was strong enough to offer forgiveness and confident enough to voice her desires. Together, this couple burned up my Kindle. This is a fast read that included several secondary characters. It felt a bit like they were being lined up in preparation of future books which is okay, but they didn’t really add a lot to this particular story. The conflict between Finn and January initially felt insurmountable but by the end it seemed to have ironed itself out. And then we have that moment of idiocy which added to the angst and made me want to smack this hero. Other than that, this was a very nice read and my first by this author. I’ll definitely be trying more from her.
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    Another Chance at Love....

    Finn Donnelly is so close…. He’s a hockey star, a valuable member of the now-Stanley Cup-winning New Orleans Rage team. But he cannot say he’s “done it,” cannot check that box, until he returns home to Remington to bring the Cup to his best friend Asher’s grave. For Finn, that act of going home, of facing his ghosts, seeing January Sinclair, is far more daunting than playing all-out hockey for the long grueling season. Asher, January and Finn were fast friends growing up - Ash and his “calendar girl” were Finn’s touchstones as he faced those difficult years living with his abusive father. Then one night - really one kiss between Finn and January - blew that friendship to smithereens. Now, 7 years later, Finn is determined to apologise to and honor Asher by bringing the Cup to his graveside…... And so Kimberly Kincaid returns us to Remington and Station Seventeen with a novella-sized story that is more than just a second-chance-at-love tale. It is an emotional story about having no regrets, about savoring true friends, about not denying your roots - both in the past and in present day. This author has a wonderful way of evoking emotions from her characters that hit you deep.Without realizing it, Finn and January were operating on a type of auto-pilot, excelling at their respective jobs but missing a piece of their soul. Watching them back interacting with each other was such a beautiful dance of emotions - humor, uneasiness, hope, sadness and finally love- that the end seemed to come far too soon! I often say that it takes some skilled writing by an author to develop a full-length novel’s worth of engrossing plot, character development and satisfying conclusion within the confines of a short story. This well-written novella accomplishes that and more. Not to mention the added bonus of a visit with our favorite group of first responders and firemen at Station Seventeen!
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    Deep Check

    Wow, another great book by Kimberley Kincaid, she never disaponts with her stories. I wish this one would have been longer.
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