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  • The Guardian is a scorcher!

    The Guardian is the second in Kimberly Kincaid's Intelligence Unit series, and hoooooooboy, it's a scorcher. Matteo Garza is one of Remington's finest in blue. Garza is one determined guy, essentially married to his job, especially after his last serious relationship all but imploded because of his determination to be the best cop he can be. And Delia Sutton is equally focused on her work; she just happens to love numbers, and works her magic for a local acquisitions firm. Delia also happens to be his little sister's BFF. While Matteo caught her eye years ago when he helped his sister move into their dorm, she knows her quirky personality doesn't put her high on the list of hot guys like him. When Delia's devotion to numerical alignment has her stumbling across some suspicious activity, Garza vows to keep her from harm, strictly professionally, of course. But finding common ground and shared passion turns that "just a job" idea to ash ;) Kimberly Kincaid's story will make your heart race in all the best ways. She deftly brings the must-haves of contemporary romance--excellent characterizations, fantastic secondary characters, compelling emotional ties and marries it with fantastic suspense--a page-turning story and tight plotting that connects the dots. The Guardian stands alone well, but you won't want to miss the previous in the series, The Rookie, or any of the books in the Station Seventeen series or Remington Medical series, whose characters make occasional appearances. Matteo and Delia are beautifully layered characters, with vulnerabilities that make them all too relatable. Delia is a queen--determined not to let her typically quieter geekiness keep her from living life, she grabs for the brass ring fiercely, and her willingness to speak up and to work to be more of the person she wants to be makes her gorgeous not just to Matteo, but to us readers! (Yes, I've got a girl crush ;) ) And we could write odes to the hot and heroic Garza... A man of fewer words and prone to take action, he's got a serious considerate streak that paired with his attention to detail? Well, there's a lot for Delia to not resist. Kimberly Kincaid's The Guardian is one delicious read that's going straight to the keeper shelf.

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  • Romantic Suspense

    Yes, this was a great read. Fast paced and thrilling. I couldn't put it down. Matteo is a alpha cop who lives his job. It's all he wants or needs. Until Delia, his little sister's best friend, gets caught up in a very dangerous situation. BTW I love quirky Delia. She is smart and speaks her mind. When these two come together it is so hot and right. Loving this series. Highly recommend

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  • Intrigue and Excitement Perfection!!

    It will keep you glued to your seat as you watch Matteo and Delia’s romance blossom while the bad guys try to ruin it all. What I enjoyed most was that this story is not just your every day, run of the mill romantic suspense. I fell in love with Delia’s quirkiness and naivety combined with Matteo’s obsession with his job and solving crime couldn’t have been better. Delia’s knowledge of numbers and astrology was really enlightening and captured my interest right off the bat. I couldn’t put it down!!

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  • Brains Meet Brawn

    Kimberly Kincaid once again burns up the pages with romance and suspense in The Guardian, book two in The Intelligence Unit series. This story features the intense Detective Matteo Garza, of Remington’s finest, and his sister’s best friend Delia Sutton, a brilliant and quirky mathematician as they try to stay alive while shutting down a major money laundering scheme. Matteo has learned the hard way, don’t just do the job, be the job; as work and pleasure cannot go hand in hand. It has allowed him to avoid and isolate himself from other people. He has the scowl and grumpy outlook down pat; but if you mess with him or someone he loves, look out, there’s no stopping him. Delia knows she’s different than other people. With an eidetic memory and seeing numbers as color, life is never dull. Making friends and socializing is difficult for her. Her ages-old crush on Matteo, her college roommate’s older brother, hasn’t gotten her anywhere, let alone him noticing her. When Delia accidently uncovers a money laundering scheme, led by one of Remington’s most cold-blooded criminal, Garza is determine to keep her safe. As these two spend time together, avoiding the bad guys, their attraction grows along with off the charts chemistry neither knew was possible. Focusing on survival, Delia becomes more confident, working to break down the carefully built walls Matteo has built around his heart; despite the magnetism drawing him to her, making him want her more than life itself. Soon it becomes apparent that the danger is too close, making it so no one can be trusted. Matteo will do anything to protect her, being the guardian she needs by her side. I loved reading this heart-pounding suspense and steamy romance; something Ms. Kincaid is an expert at writing. Her characters were realistic, keeping the story interesting, making me forget the world around me and not letting me go until I turned the last page, wanting more. Ms. Kincaid kept this reader mesmerized with the need to see how Matteo and Delia would find and capture this bad guy before he hurt anyone else. I highly recommend this book to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Romantic suspense at its best.

    I have been dying to read this second book in the Intelligence Unit since I finished The Rookie. Kimberly Kincaid is my favorite romantic suspense author. She really knows how to get my heart pumping and the pages turning until the very end. I loved everything about The Guardian. Matteo Garza is a hot, grumpy, sexy hero. Delia is an adorable, smart, honest heroine. I absolutely loved her honest, no filter personality. She is just who Grumpy Garza needed to soften him up. They were smoking hot together. And let me tell you about the suspense. I loved that I thought I knew who the bad guy was but Kincaid totally threw me for a loop towards the end there. I loved that she kept me guessing and trying to figure out who the bad guy was until the very end. Such great storytelling skills. Another thing I especially loved about The Guardian is that I got to revisit with so many lovable characters from the Station 17 and Remington Medical Series. Capelli and Delia together was a hoot! These two are my favorite nerds. I can't wait to read about the rest of the Intelligence Unit team.

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