Her digital Line series is all about the hot cops and sexy chefs of Brentsville, New York. She is also the author of the Pine Mountain series, which follows small town singles as they find big-time love. Kimberly resides in Virginia with her wildly patient husband and their three daughters.
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Series: Pine Mountain #3
Length: 353 pages
Publisher: Zebra Books (October 7, 2014)
Sloane Russo's turned a decade of crazy jobs and whimsical travel into a career writing steamy novels set in exotic places. Trouble is, Sloane's flat broke now--and she can't channel sun-drenched beaches in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The only fast cash in town comes with some seriously distracting temptation: Gavin Carmichael, hot, handsome and oh-so-hard-headed.
Gavin isn't the impulsive Don Juan of Sloane's novels. He's raising his thirteen-year-old half-sister, and he's pretty sure he's supposed to act like he's never heard of fun. Sloane is way too sexy and irresponsible to be his idea of a good tutor for Bree, but the unpredictable anti-nanny may be irresistible as well. . .
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Kimberly Kincaid has done it again with her third book in the Pine Mountain series. Sloane and Gavin will delight fans with their witty exchanges as well as burn up the pages with their sexual tension.
With a mother trying to matchmake her with the local good Catholic boy, Sloane Russo takes off for the mountains. Literally. Plus, her writing muse has gone on vacation. With her finances dwindling, she's got to either find her muse again or sell her eggs for cash. Kidding. Salvation, albeit monetary, comes from Pine Mountain's residential hottie, Gavin Carmichael.
Gavin's trying to raise his teenage half-sister who seems to be rebelling a little. I mean, who hasn't done that in their teen years? He's at wits end trying to find someone to look after her and in swoops Sloane, reluctantly. She needs money, he needs someone to tutor his sister. Win/win, right? Slow your roll.
I've read books where a younger sibling is being raised by an older sibling, or a young child (secret baby or not so secret) is raised by a single parent who falls in love with someone. Yet, the child/sibling has to make sense in the story somehow. Sometime they're used as a crutch to help the story along and I just want to rip the pages. Kimberly Kincaid balances this nicely. No ripping of pages happened while reading this book.
If you're looking for a book to add to your cold weather reading pile, make sure STIRRING UP TROUBLE finds its way in there.
Rating: 4 hearts
Reviews for other books in series: Turn Up The Heat #1 | Gimme Some Sugar #2
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