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Drawing the Line by Kimberly Kincaid
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Drawing the Line

by Kimberly Kincaid

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Great story with romance and suspense intertwined. Can dedicated detective Jason Morgan believe there is room in his life for his job and Serenity Woods? When they are forced into a safe house to protect Serenity sparks fly! Recommended for everyone. ( )
  Bette_Hansen | Nov 3, 2015 |
This story starts on page one with a bloody body on the floor! Serenity Gallagher is coming to her diner to work the morning shift . She is the owner/chef of Mac's. Walking into the kitchen she finds her cook sprawled on the floor, unconscious and bleeding. She immediately dials 911, and the dispatcher sends police and EMT's strongly advising Serenity to leave the premises immediately till the scene is secure. Right away we learn that Serenity is not much of a believer in orders. Next thing she knows, a huge man with a knife and a very apparent tattoo barrels into her, and it's lights out.

Waking up in the ER with a head injury, and finding out her cook is in surgery is very disturbing, but, equally disturbing is when the homicide detective comes to interview her, she is in nothing but her very attractive underwear! Not to mention he is "Detective McHot-Hot". He is actually Jason Morgan, partner of Noah Blackwell. We met Noah and his now girlfriend Violet in Ms. Kincaid first novel Love on the Line. Jason is Violet's brother.
Serenity is sure she can identify her attacker, and insists on being taken to see mug shots! Picking out her attacker, she yells in triumph, only to see Jason's face go white. She has picked out the mug shot of a very very bad man!

This short novel has so much action, food, and steam you can't put it down! Both Serenity and Jason try very hard to fight their attraction, but living in a safe house, just the two of them? HOT.

I so enjoyed this story, it can stand on it's own, but is a great follow up to Love On the Line. It's witty, suspenseful, and there is even a recipe! I highly recommend this novel. Can't wait to see what's next from Ms. Kincaid. ( )
  Pat.Egan.Fordyce | Apr 28, 2013 |
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