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Meet Kimberly Kincaid, is she your Author Match?
MatchMaker / October 19, 2017

Writes: The sexy, edgy Station Seventeen series, with the latest book, IN TOO DEEP, coming your way on October 17, 2017. About: Feisty romance author seeks readers for action-packed, super-sexy romantic suspense series that’s like Chicago Fire/P.D. meets Cinemax, with kickass Alpha heroes, fierce heroines who know how to handle the heat, plenty of suspense to keep you flipping those pages, and enough sizzle in the bedroom to melt your e-reader. Readers who don’t eye-guzzle scorching hot romance need not apply! What I’m looking for in my ideal reader match: You sneak in reading time whenever possible…if your e-reader goes where you go, we’re a match made in sexy-book heaven! You love your heroes AND heroines tough, and you love a lot of banter on the way to HEA. You swoon for bunker gear and badges (on both your heroes and heroines!) You love standalone stories that all end in HEA, where past characters come back for lots of cameos and even more fire house/police station antics. You want a dash of dry humor to go with your action, adventure, and literary sexytimes. You’re okay being on the edge of your seat as a hero and heroine work together to…

Kimberly Kincaid| What’s In A Name?
Author Guest / July 1, 2014

Naming a book is kind of like naming a baby—you want to go with something you love, but also something that “fits” and is unique enough to be remembered. It’s a tall order! So what’s an author to do when faced with naming a whole series worth of books? Enlist help, of course. The original title of book one in the Pine Mountain series was IT’S NOT YOU (because poor Bellamy Blake hears that an awful lot). But my editor and I wanted something more romantic, so I put the question to my critique partners. They put on their thinking caps, and came up with TURN UP THE HEAT. It set the precedent for the slight foodie theme, but then I realized I had three (at the time) more books to go. Thinking caps back on. Book two is head chef Carly di Matisse’s story, and I wanted something really special. She’s one of the most central characters in the series, in charge of the kitchen and the other chefs…but not quite in charge of her heart. Carly needs a place to belong, and to discover that she can be loved by a good hero, right where she is. So…