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    Fantastic

    Things really heat up at Station Seventeen when rookie fire fighter Luke Slater fills in for an injured EMT and gets to spend a lot of time with the very sexy EMT Quinn Copeland. He needs to stay focused on the job and not the woman. but fighting the attraction between them proves to be difficult. especially after a horrifying call has them in a gang leader's cross hairs. In Too Deep is a fantastic read filled with a great romance and a ton of action and suspense. Definitely a book for the must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    Romantic Suspense

    Quinn Copeland has worked at Station Seventeen for five years when her partner is injured and Luke Slater, rookie fireman and EMT training to be a paramedic, becomes her new partner. The two have been very aware of one another since their first encounter but neither has acted on the chemistry between them…until…they are suddenly thrust into a situation that threatens not only them but all those they hold dear. Both have suffered losses in the past and do not want harm to come to anyone they know and care about in the future. As they deal with the aftershocks of their experience, work with those in charge of an investigation, continue to work together and eventually become more than work only partners they also have a ruthless murderer to contend with as he begins to circle in on them and those they love. This book is action-packed and deals with issues such as suicide, loss, PTSD and assault – it ends on a positive note and does not require the reader to have read previous books in the series. Thank you to NetGalley and Barclay Publicity for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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    Awesome!!

    An awesome addition to Station Seventeen. In this story we meet Luke, rookie firefighter fills in on the ambulance. His partner is Quinn, a kick butt paramedic who is also very sexy. They run some awesome calls including a call with a gang leader, Ice. Ice, soon threatens their lives. I must say he is just evil!! Kimberly Kincaid delivers a story that has plenty of romance, intrigue and suspense that will keep you turning the pages. She shows the true brotherhood of the fire department. Great chemistry and romance between Luke and Quinn, their relationship brought them both out their shells. I highly recommend this book, along with the rest of the Station Seventeen stories. Can be read as a stand alone.
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    Wonderful Story

    Kimberly Kincaid once again burns up the pages with In Too Deep, the third book in her Station Seventeen series. Paramedic Quinn Copeland believes her station mates are more than friends, they are her family and she would do anything for them, especially to keep them safe. Rookie Luke Slater lives to be challenged which he gets from his fire and EMS training. Luke keeps to himself and is reserved which is his armor, keeping him safe. After Quinn and Luke are kidnapped on their first shift together and then threatened by a brutal gang leader, these two rely on one another to deal with the stress they are under in order to survive this ordeal. The more time Quinn and Luke spend together, the more attracted they become to each other. The chemistry between these two is amazing and Ms. Kincaid is incredible in her descriptions of the sexy time shared between these two. As the passion between Quinn and Luke grows from attraction to all out sizzle, they need to watch out, both inside and outside Station Seventeen, as they try to outwit a cold blooded killer and face the our fears. I loved reading this book as Ms. Kincaid drew me in and did not let me go until I read the last page. Ms. Kincaid is an outstanding story teller and kept this reader mesmerized with the need to see how Quinn and Luke 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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    Great Addition to the Series!!!

    “Luke Slater hung forty feet over the city of Remington by a hand, a harness and a Hail Mary.” From that heart-pounding, adrenaline-soaked first line to the very end, this book was one heck of a ride. I always expect sizzling romance and a suspenseful plot when I enter the Station Seventeen World. But nothing could have prepared me for the roller coaster ride this story took me on! The blurb only scratches the surface - Quinn and Luke find themselves paired up on “ambo” while Quinn’s regular partner (the yummy Parker - did I just type that?) heals from an injury. Within hours, Quinn and Luke find themselves, and those they love, in danger from cold-blooded gang leader that is right out of your nightmares. But packed between all that action is some very powerful writing about how people handle grief differently. While Luke viewed the tragedy in his past as a lesson to keep emotions encased in stone, Quinn used her sad backstory as a lesson to embrace friends and co-workers as family. Quinn and Luke truly are the “yin” and “yang” couple - one lightness and joy, the other stoically hovering in the shadows. As a result, their growing attraction and love make for some very tender moments amidst the chaos. Of course, a huge part of this amazing read is the stellar writing of Ms. Kincaid - somehow she always manages to realistically capture witty banter, dark moments and smexy scenes between characters within a perfectly paced plot.
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