Fire Me Up (Pine Mountain #4)
Kensington / January 27, 2015 / $7.99 print, $7.59 digital
Teagan O’Malley can handle a crisis. She’s a paramedic, it’s her job. But she never expected to land in the kitchen of her father’s pub, with no notice, no cash, and no room for error. The kitchen is not her favorite place. Lucky for her, she just scraped a bad-boy chef off the pavement after a motorcycle accident—and something about him says he can turn up the heat in more ways than one.
Adrian Holt has had a rough few years, and he’s not eager to get tangled up in anything more complicated than a good risotto. But with a broken arm and a head full of bad memories, he needs a challenge to keep him sane. Teagan’s dare-me attitude and smoldering mess of a bar are just what the doctor ordered. And the two of them together might cook up some even better medicine…
There is nothing more enticing then a heroine and hero that have it completely together in one area of their life, but not another. Having less than perfect characters equates to authentic characters, and in Katherine Kincaid’s new release, Fire Me Up, the fourth book in her Pine Mountain series, you’ll be intrigued by the characters’ authenticity and vulnerability.