In my quest to read more new-to-me authors this year, I discovered I’ve been missing out on the goodness that is Kimberly Kincaid. Well, shame on me my friends, good thing I got my head out of my ass and made time for this nugget of goodness! Why do I love this series, let me count the ways…
Yep, those are some pretty compelling reasons. The gist is…our on-parole chef and motorcycle rider Adrian ends up out of commission with a bum arm after a fucking minivan (you know I hate a minivan…bet the kids inside were wearing crocs) sideswipes him. Being in the kitchen is the balm Adrian needs to keep his demons at bay so not being able to cook really puts a kink in his plans and sanity. Teagan is the paramedic on the scene that A) notices the sexy right off the bat and B) has a dad that’s gotten himself in deep with some loansharks. She needs gimpy Adrian to help her sort out her dad’s business and help her turn a profit. The sparks fly but both of these stubborn fuckers have some baggage they are damned and determined to hang on to. The chemistry is smoking and when we get to the fucking, well…Adrian might have a bum arm but he totally has his flow when it comes to pleasing his woman. Very nice…nothing says good times like a fully belly and a happy vag…just saying, that’s satisfying.
Cooking is so sexy and a man feeling his rhythm in the kitchen, especially a sexy beast like Adrian, well – I’m sold. Yes, I realize I jumped way into this Pine Mountain series with book #4. The good news is, you can totally do the same – I mean, I’m gonna go back and read the others because a little birdie told me food is very big deal for Kimberly Kincaid and her books. I like that about her so count me in! I was so pleased with this book, I jumped right in with the follow up novella, Just One Taste…look for that review tomorrow. (PS – don’t think the irony was lost on me that the hero has a bum arm that’s fucking up his mojo…I read this book a while ago and my freaking arm has kept me from typing up this review so I feel you Adrian, I feel you!)
Smooches,Tags: cooking, food, kimberly kincaid, Pine Mountain series