Friday, August 23, 2019

Pat's Review: Between Me and You

Between Me and You by Kimberly Kincaid
Publisher: Kimberly Kincaid Romance (August 13, 2019)
Series: Remington Medical, 3
Genre: Contemporary Romance (M/F)

He hates the corporate world.
She's all business.
Now they have to work together
on the one job that could
make or break them both...

Connor became a flight medic
for one reason, and
one reason only.
To help people.
If he can keep his head down
and his past in the past while he's at it?
Even better.

Until Harlow appears to upend his world
with an offer he can't refuse.

She's calculating. Composed.
And she'll stop at nothing to make
her father's business successful.

Even if that means teaming up with Connor
to turn around a failing clinic.

He shouldn't like her.
He definitely shouldn't want her.
But the more they work together
the less he's able to resist.

But Connor's secrets run deep.
Will Harlow's ambition ruin him,
or will she be his salvation?

From USA Today best-seller Kimberly Kincaid comes an enemies-to-lovers story full of emotion and heat. This full-length romance features a muscle-bound veteran flight medic and a smart, tart female CEO finding happily ever after...the hard way.

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Pat's Review:

This is the third book in the series and is an enemies to lovers, corporate vs. medical type story. Harlow Davenport is known for her all-business-all-the-time attitude. She was raised to excel in the boardroom, and her new job, assigned by her father, poses a huge hurdle. Connor Bradshaw, retired Air Force medic, now RN is just trying to do what he loves, taking care of people. Unfortunately with a failing, disorganized clinic that needs saving he is paired with Ms. Davenport to fix it. Disaster!

They instantly dislike each other, Connor with his size and colorful tattoos, disdain for the corporate world, and his refusal to cut care and staff drives Harlow crazy. As much as he doesn’t want to admit it, her haughty look and killer stilettos are getting to him. He is hiding from his past, she only sees things as black and white. Opposites attract right?

I enjoyed seeing the other characters from the previous stories, and the heat and sizzle go quickly from spark to flame. I had a very hard time warming up to Harlow, but she eventually got my approval. Connor is the best. Big, warm and so caring, he is the perfect hero. This can be read as a stand alone, but the first two books in the series are also an enjoyable read.


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Source: eARC

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 


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