- Kimberly Kincaid Romance
- Release Date
- May 2019
- Book 2 of Remington Medical
Remington's most notoriously single,
notoriously sexy surgeon
is about to fall for the one woman
he can't have...
Did I mention that she's
A) his best friend
B) immune to his panty-melting charm, and
C) sleeping on his couch for the next six weeks?
But Jonah's not made for commitment,
and a good man is the one thing Natalie deserves.
Not someone who can only offer up
a couple of sizzling hot, no-strings-attached nights
of pure pleasure.
Unless that's what she wants.
Because Jonah wants her. And with each
moment they spend working together--
the harder it is to resist temptation.
And even harder to resist the fall that
might break them both...
A steamy medical contemporary romance from USA Today best-selling author Kimberly Kincaid. Watch this cocky hero fall head over scalpel for his sweet and sexy BFF. Full-length standalone story with action in the emergency room and the bedroom, and a sweet-and-sexy happily ever after.
Jul 25, 2019 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
19 people found the following review helpful
What's a woman to do when a bathtub actually falls through her living room ceiling rendering her apartment unlivable? Move in with her male bestie, of course. Temporarily. This was an enjoyable contemporary romance/medical romance. Both Jonah and Natalie are doctors and a major portion of the story takes place at Remington Hospital where they both work. Add in an adorable, sick child, some great secondary characters, some life threatening situations, some great BFF versus attraction awkwardness, and you have Kimberly Kincaid's BETTER THAN ME.
As the summary warns us, Jonah doesn't do relationships and isn't remotely interested in commitment. Whereas Natalie has happily ever after emblazoned across her forehead. In neon. She's a forever kind of woman. These two couldn't be more different when it comes to romance and relationships, but yet they're the best of friends who have each other's backs. However, there's a big difference between interacting socially and living together. As much as Jonah is screaming in his head to say no, he finds himself saying yes when Natalie needs a place to live for a few weeks. On Jonah's turf and both of them having the best of intentions, little by little they both come to realize that there's more to their relationship than friendship, and more importantly, it's a great place to start building something lasting. Provided life doesn't throw any scalpels in their path.
Overall, this story is evenly paced. The story opens with a bit of a bang…or more like a crash and from that moment on, Ms. Kincaid weaves a story strong on plot with enduring relationships, great chemistry, both heart-warming and heart-wrenching moments, and some sweet romance.
If you're looking for a feel good romance that's not all roses but will still give you a case of the feels, then check out BETTER THAN ME. Doctor's orders.
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