Review: Just One Taste (A Pine Mountain Novella) by Kimberly Kincaid 

 JUST ONE TASTE

A Pine Mountain Novella

Kimberly Kincaid

Publication Date: May 26, 2015

  
 
A little home improvement can go a long way…

Jesse
Oliver was a medic in Afghanistan, but back home in Pine Mountain he’s happy to switch gears as the Double Shot bar’s new sous chef. When his apartment floods and his old Army buddy offers the family’s dilapidated lake house as temporary quarters, Jesse thinks a little remodeling on the creaky duplex sounds like a fair return favor. That’s before he sets eyes on the gorgeous woman moving into the other side of the cabin—and discovers she’s his buddy’s kid sister, a.k.a totally off limits.

Kat
McMarrin has fought hard for her space, and she’s not too interested in sharing it. Of course, her job as a physical therapist means she won’t see much of Jesse, even if he’s a few thin floorboards away—unless she seeks him out. And with his sculpted body and slow-burn gaze, she might be tempted. Maybe the fixer-upper projects she has planned for the cabin will keep her mind off him. 
Or maybe her instincts to strip the place down will get out of hand…

  

 I enjoyed this romantic novella about two very likeable people. Kat was the perfect one to help Jesse work through the ghosts of his past and his preconceived ideas on who he was, while Jesse showed her that a home isn’t just a building. Ms. Kincaid blended heartfelt and steamy into a fun romantic story that made me smile.

*Review copy provided by Kensington in exchange for an honest review.

  


 

imageKimberly Kincaid writes contemporary romance that splits the difference between sexy and sweet. When she’s not sitting crosslegged in an ancient desk chair known as “The Pleather Bomber,” she can be found practicing obscene amounts of yoga, whipping up anything from enchiladas to éclairs in her kitchen, or curled up with her nose in a book. Kimberly is a 2011 RWA Golden Heart® finalist who lives (and writes!) by the mantra that food is love. She resides in northern Virginia with her wildly patient husband and their three daughters.



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