Stirring up Trouble by Kimberly Kincaid - @KimberlyKincaid
Kimberly Kincaid has
become a favorite of mine for when I’m in need of a sweet and sexy romance
where I find myself smiling throughout.
Sloane was introduced
in the previous installment and I immediately wanted her love story. She just
seemed like a vibrant and witty lady who took life by the steering wheel and
put her foot to the petal and said “watch out world here I come”. But in all of
that energy there was also a romantic who could sweep her readers away in her
romance novels but hadn’t had her feet lifted off the ground yet by any man.She was yearning for that "O" in Love and wanted it to be as big as the ones in her novels. Although Sloane didn't think that settling down was in the cards for her she still couldn't fight the attraction of one serious sexy as sin Gavin.
Gavin was submerged in all the details of the painful and devastating death of
his mother. What was left behind wasn’t only settling of her estate or normal
things but a broken 13 yr old sister Bree. Gavin was doing the best a person
could do thrown into this situation. The chips were stacked against this brave
man because he’s dealing with not only being a sudden parent but working full
time at a busy restaurant and also his sister is in the “hormonal teenage years”
along with the grieving of the only parent she had.
Gavin and Sloane were
adorable together. It’s like they could see inside each other the real person
that wanted out. Sloane was used to being labeled the fly by the seat of her
pants girl and Gavin was Mr. Serious.
Together she saw
herself as responsible and caring in Gavins eyes and Gavin learned how to
loosen up and have a little fun.
There were some pretty sexy times between the sheets and against many other surfaces. "wink" I'm not sure I've ever read about drinking wine in a sexier way and I'm still thinking about it.
There was some
misunderstandings that caused a blip in this sweet love story but Sloane and
Gavin belonged together with Bree by their side.
I rooted for them the
whole way and loved how it all came together. Kimberly Kincaid made me cry some sappy and
happy tears several times and I am so glad I got lost in this book.