Deep Burn

Deep Burn

by Kimberly Kincaid

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BN ID: 2940157542450
Publisher: Kimberly Kincaid Romance
Publication date: 06/13/2017
Series: Station Seventeen , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 869
File size: 496 KB

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Deep Burn 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
froggy29532DC More than 1 year ago
Deep Burn is the second book in the Station Seventeen series and this series just keeps getting better. Shae McCullough is a feisty firefighter who loves her job and can maneuver that big fire truck wherever she needs it to go, and she can hold her own up against any of the male firefighters. Doing what she feels is the right thing to do, gets her in trouble when she goes against the Captains orders and her punishment is two weeks filing paperwork for the arson investigative unit. That is where she meets super serious tech guy, James Capelli, he is a little OCD, a lot serious, and has a secret past. Working together they unveil an arson case that threatens a whole lot of people, and two of those people just happened to be firefighters. If you love a good romantic suspense then you have to read this book. Five smoking hot stars for this one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this story..the gutsy woman firefighter and brainy cop who get the bad guy I and there HEA.
DaneWeimMama More than 1 year ago
This was a great read!! I loved how the author created so much suspense- an emotional roller coaster of a story. I do suggest having read the first book Skin Deep) in the series. I hadn’t & I felt like I was missing some things. Great book by a great author. Looking forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
ILuvBooks25 More than 1 year ago
This is the third story of Kimberly's I have read and i enjoyed both of those books so when I got the opportunity to read her newest book I was excited. Even before starting this book my favorite part was that this book centered around a female firefighter. Yes you heard that right a female firefighter. I love to see when authors put strong, confident woman as the main part of the book but also in a protective service role like being a firefighter. So getting down to the stuff that I liked about the book. Well I thought Kimberly did a decent job on character development. I can tell you she didn't give a ton of back story like I have read with other authors but that is not necessarily a bad thing. I think that what she gave us was enough to get a feel of why Shae and James were the way they were. In addition, I liked how to she really opened Shae's character up in the book as you went through the story. You really got to see the character not only confident but also vulnerable. In regards to the storyline I will tell you right now I think this was my favorite romance book that I have read this summer. I think Kimberly did a phenomenal job with this story. She had the romance, mystery and thrill and a little bit of humor all in one book. She had you on the edge of the seat trying to figure out what was going to happen next and if Shae and James would make it alive to the end of the book (okay thats a little dramatic we all know for the most part romance ends in happily ever after usually) I can't wait to read the next book in this series and also to read more books of Kimberly's. She has definitely become one of my favorite authors after this book.
Dalitza More than 1 year ago
Sexy and thrilling. I got hooked with the rush I got from reading those firefighters battle life threatening infernos, I kept flipping pages because the great characters and fast paced, suspenseful plot. Service before all. Protect. Team. Shae McCullough deeply believes in all of the above, especially when one of her fellow firefighters asks for help, even if she’s disobeying a direct order. But her little feat has now landed her a two-week stay in the boring arson investigation unit. That is until she stumbles across what looks like arson covering up a murder, sending her to Remington’s intelligence unit and closely working with the very smart, serious and sexy with glasses James Capelli. Shae’s spontaneity and impetuousness was too dangerous for Capelli’s very logical and structured way of life. He didn’t understand her and had a hard time fathoming their wild attraction; and having to closely work with her only stoked the flames to their incredible chemistry. But the man their chasing won’t be brought in without a fight and he’ll do anything, including reveal Capelli’s dark past and put Shae and Capelli in harm’s way. Can they find a way to work together and catch him or will their newfound romance go up in flames? Both Shae and Capelli were fascinating characters I enjoyed getting to know. Shae is a strong woman who’s not afraid to take risks and live life at its fullest, but there’s a heartbreaking reason behind her attitude. James Capelli’s backstory was just as sad, but it compelled him to lead a life on the straight and narrow. I very much enjoyed reading their relationship unfold. I loved how Shae saw the good man behind the rigid façade even though Capelli had a hard time believing it and watching him be so very protective of her made my heart swell. Kimberly Kincaid’s latest novel packs an exciting punch with the right amounts of emotions. There’s sexiness and steam. There’s wit and banter. There’s suspense and excitement. This is an opposites attract story, which makes the chemistry between Shae and Capelli all the sweeter. Not only do we experience Shae and Capelli’s bumpy romance from each of their points of view, but we also get a peek at the bad guy’s evil machinations, it’s was frighteningly brilliant! I devoured the novel and I’m sure Kincaid’s followers, and any romantic suspense fan, will love it as well. Deep Burn is book #2 in the Station Seventeen series by Kimberly Kincaid. It is a standalone, full-length contemporary romance. Told from two points of view with a happy ending.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
4 1/2 STARS! Explosive! A sexy female firefighter meets her match when she gets paired with the tech guru in Remington PD's intelligence unit. Sparks fly and opposites attract as they find themselves knee deep in an investigation neither of them expected ... and outrunning danger at every turn! Great characters, familiarity from previous books, and an exciting plot. Looking forward to more in the series! Firefighter Shae McCullough is feisty! She goes all in at every turn and she doesn't believe in backing down from danger. Her gutsy attitude has gotten her into trouble on more than one occasion, and this time she's really done it! A two week suspension from the firehouse is going to be torture! Her only saving grace is that they didn't send her home to twiddle her thumbs ... at least she still gets to go work at the boring arson division. James Capelli works with the Remington Police Department as an IT and surveillance specialist. He's logical and all about following the rules and being a "by the books" kind of guy. When he gets involved working with Shae on an arson investigation, he can't deny he's attracted to her .. but she's so against the rules! She jumps into something without thinking while he examines every possible outcome before proceeding ... she would drive him crazy! But he finds he just can't resist her. When danger rears it's ugly head in her direction from someone from his dark past, will he be able to keep her safe?
BetweenMyBookendz More than 1 year ago
This book shreds any pre-conceived notions you may have about how alpha heroes and the women who love them are supposed to be presented! I have gotten used to my alpha male heroes flexing kick-butt muscles and oozing testosterone. Yet with one look of his “melty chocolate eyes,” police techno-genius James Capelli had my attention. What a compelling character! Meanwhile, speaking of kick-butt, Shae McCullough may be a female but she swaggers like any testosterone-fueled fireman, dashing into burning building with her colleagues then burning up the sheets with no-strings-attached lovers. The two have been somewhat drawn to one another, but always kept some distance. But as Capelli and Shae find themselves working together to solve an arson-turned homicide, their attraction combusts! “Deep Burn” is an intense, fascinating, sexy story filled with suspense and romance, along with our favorite firefighters and cops from Remington’s Fire Station Seventeen and the Thirty-Third. Every time I read a Kimberly Kincaid book, I declare it my favorite and “Deep Burn” is no exception. Once again Ms. Kincaid has crafted a riveting plot full of twists and turns, containing characters I need to know better, and weaved throughout with emotion running the gamut from light-hearted banter to heart-breaking sorrow. Perhaps most amazing of all, the reader knows who the villain is, but it only seemed to enhance the edge- of-your-seat, hold-your-breath moments! And throughout it all, Capelli and Shae navigate the case and their emerging feelings. Because at it’s heart, this story is about two souls so figuratively scarred by events in their past that they believe a lasting relationship with anyone is beyond reach. Of course, this only makes Shae and Capelli perfect for one another - you cannot help but root for them to bring closure to the case and a happily-ever-after beginning for their relationship. Deep Burn is such a top-notch, well-written romantic suspense read it is definitely getting a re-read soon - I loved it that much. It is the perfect read for anytime, anyplace!
PurdueLiz More than 1 year ago
Kimberly Kincaid has thoroughly pulled me in to the Station Seventeen world. I feel like every time she writes a new book I'm saying "She's done it again" because, well, she has. The suspense is top-notch, edge of your seat waiting to see what happens. And the romance, well, it's a good thing we have some firefighters on hand because it's HOT HOT HOT. The chemistry and tension between Shae and Capelli is amazing. This is one book series I'll be coming back to again and again!!
EileenAW More than 1 year ago
Kimberly Kincaid burns up the pages with Deep Burn, the second book in her Station Seventeen series. Shae McCullough, a fire fighter at Station Seventeen, responsed recklessly at a fire which earned her two weeks of shuffling paper for the arson investigation unit. While there, see discovers another possible arson that looks very similar to the one she just fought, where two men were murdered. After sharing this information Shae becomes assigned to work with Remington’s Elite Intelligence unit on the investigation to find this murderer. James Capelli, a tech and surveillance expert with the Elite squad believes logic is not just one of his job requirements; it’s his way of life. Capelli’s not quite happy to be working with the impulsive Shae as it threatens his sanity and her curves and beauty threaten his composure. Despite their differences they find a way to work together to solve a case that becomes much larger than anyone expected. This killer ends up not being a stranger to Capelli, but actually someone who is part of his dark and secret past. The more time Capelli and Shae spend together, the more attracted they become to each other; a case of opposites attract. The chemistry between these two is amazing and Ms. Kincaid is incredible in her descriptions of the sexy time shared between these two. All in all, it really did come down to a race against the clock as Shae and Capelli work to outsmart the man behind the arsons and killings. I really enjoyed reading this book as had Ms. Kincaid drew me in and did not let me go until I read the last page. Ms. Kincaid kept this reader mesmerized with wanting to see how Shae and Capelli would capture this guy and whether or not they would get their happy ever after. I highly recommend this book to other readers and I for one look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
KimberlyDawn55 More than 1 year ago
Loved Shae and Capelli! This book is one of those you just can't put down. I absolutely loved their story, and I highly recommend this book!
Robyn_Nichole More than 1 year ago
wow I really felt the good burn reading this book. Shae and James are great together. This proves that sometimes opposites attract and cause a hot deep burn! I really enjoyed how these two got under each others skins for qualities that they personally loved about themselves. Shae knows that life is short and believes in living it fast and furious. James loves the stability of statics, facts, and numbers because they are really wrong and normally won't let you down like people tend to do. Get this book now!
Staci70 More than 1 year ago
Shae McCullough has always been an all in balls to the wall kind of firefighter. The only problem is her most recent reckless behavior gets her assigned to the arson unit for two weeks to file paperwork. James Capelli is the tech and surveillance expert on Remington's elite intelligence unit. Shae knows that the fire that earned her this two week penance was intentionally set and part of a bigger problem going on in her town. That leads her down a road of possible arson and murder and how the find the killer and stop them before anyone else gets hurt. Capelli isn't so sure he wants to be saddled with someone who has Shae's impulsiveness. Capelli has a dark past that he's kept from everyone on his team except his captain. The deeper they come to discovering who is behind everything going on, the more Capelli realizes his past is making its way into his present. I loved the relationship between Shae and Capelli and the way both of them were there for the other to work through their pasts. It was a fantastic read and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
AuroraDawn5 More than 1 year ago
I loved this new romantic suspense story from the Station Seventeen series. When you pair a beautiful but impulsive and spontaneous woman with a nerdy, driven and obsessively organized man, sparks are bound to fly, particularly when she's a firefighter, he's a tech security expert for the police department and they've been assigned to identify a couple of murder/arsons that nearly went undetected by the fire marshal's office. Kincaid always provides charming, sweet, spicy romances between characters with very strong personalities that seem to conflict nearly as often as they come together and Deep Burn is no exception, but this story offers so much more with believable, on location and background fire fighting and a look at how an arsonist/extortionist might go about conducting his business. Don't plan anything for the next several hours if you're looking to buy this one because you won't be able to put it down
judyrudy More than 1 year ago
Deep Burn is the second book in Kimberly Kincaid’s Station Seventeen series. I truly enjoyed reading Shae and Capelli’s story. As a reader, I can discern the amount of research that Ms. Kincaid puts into her storylines. I certainly learned quite a few things in this book. From the outset, I couldn’t wait to see what Shae would do next. She’s definitely a firecracker that doesn’t seem to care what rules she breaks as long as the outcome turns out the way she wants. Capelli has a history that he discovers he must share with his peers as they uncover the arsonist. I felt sympathetic to his past and enjoyed watching him as he dealt with it. Deep Burn is a fast paced book that had me glued to my seat until the last words. I can’t wait for the next book in the series. I received an advance copy of Deep Burn. I voluntarily read and reviewed it and this is my true and honest opinion.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
A fast paced romantic suspense at it's best. Scorching sex scenes that will warm you right up. I have always loved sexy fireman, but Shae as a sexy female firefighter takes it to the next level with her "adrenaline junkie" attitude, and it gets her into trouble. She now has to has spend two weeks with arson investigator, James Capelli, tech savy nerd. They have their differences but soon find out they are the perfect match in the romance department. As they work together to find out who is starting the arson fires, many secrets come out from their pasts. This is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand alone. I highly recommend this book. Plenty of romance and action, in and out of the bed. Loving this series!!!
Rhondaz More than 1 year ago
10 DEEP BURN STARS!!! Wow, this book was so entertaining with all the suspense, super hot sexy times and fabulous characters. Shae and James were perfect for this fantastic story of arson and murder investigation. Kimberly Kincaid is such a storyteller and sucks us readers into the book, you can't put it down until you finish it. I highly recommend this book for all readers, it is so good. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley.
JaneN17 More than 1 year ago
OMG! This story deserves 10 stars!! Capelli is a tech nerd that has had a rough childhood and has learned to live life very regimented because he doesn't trust his emotions. Shea is a strong, smart, independent women who lives life by breaking the rules and going by her gut instincts. These two are total opposites but when they get together, HOLY MOLY, are they steamy! This story is full of twists and turns and will keep you glued to your seat to the very end!! Can't WAIT for the next book in this series!!
ejlehman More than 1 year ago
Oh it's deep and it is on fire! That pretty much sums up Kimberly Kincaid's next book in the Station Seventeen series. Shae's a firefighter, an adrenaline junkie, and a risk taker. She sees what needs to happen and rushes headlong in to it. James Capelli is the nerdy tech and surveillance expert wit the PD. Everything has it's place in his world and in a certain order. Shae rocks that order and her impulsiveness messes with his sanity. Circumstances throw them together during an investigation, and Capelli's past might be part of it. The heat comes from more than a fire in this book when it comes to Shae and James. They are well balanced together. I loved seeing familiar faces from Ms. Kincaid's previous books and she does not disappoint with a tight story line, the right amount of suspense, and relationship heat. You do not need to read the other books in the series to follow along, but it does help to see the development of everyone.
ReadingInPajamas More than 1 year ago
Review: Deep Burn (Station Seventeen Book 2) by Kimberly Kincaid Publication Date: June 13, 2017 Genre: Romantic Suspense/ Contemporary Romance Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated: 5 Stars I immediately liked Shae and Capelli. She was brash without being reckless and frustrating, and he was analytical while still being personable. (I really liked Capelli!) They fit together perfectly. Throw in a diabolical bad-guy and you have a good story. It was fast paced and laced with some smoking hot romance – great combination. If I had to say anything, it would be that the ending seemed a little too easy; I was still satisfied but kept waiting for something. This is a fun read with characters that stayed with you long after the book ended. *Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
PennieM More than 1 year ago
So freaking good! If you like your romance with a little or a lot of suspense and HEAT then this is the one you absolutely NEED TO READ this summer! Shae McCullough is a firefighter at Station Seventeen and, of course, she gets in trouble and has to do some time at arson investigations. This leads to her working with the Intelligence Unit at RPD and closely with James Capelli. Shae and Capelli flash and burn together and the intensity is mesmerizing. They drive each other crazy but it is a good crazy and was so much fun watching them come to grips and learn to work together. Even if you haven't read the other books in this series (and really why not!) don't miss this one!!!! I highly recommend it. It can be read as a standalone. **Received an ARC for review (but would have bought it anyway) from the publisher via NetGalley**
MoniqueD More than 1 year ago
Shae McCullough, the lone female Station Seventeen female firefighter, refuses to have a relationship with one of her firefighter teammates; Shae thrives on the adrenaline rush of her chosen profession, but doesn’t need the complications that it could cause. On a call to a fire scene in a meth lab, Shae finds two dead men: one apparently died of smoke inhalation, however the other one was clearly murdered: his throat was slit. Upon looking more closely, Shae is convinced that the fire was arson, and true to her rebellious nature, she gets herself suspended from active duty because of her big mouth. Again. James Capelli, an intelligence officer for the Remington Police Department but not a cop. He is bored, he has nothing to do, until the he is asked to investigate the met lab fire. Capelli doesn’t like crime scenes, and he doesn’t know how he will ever manage when he meets Shae, who has been relocated for two weeks in his unit. She is impulsive, seems to act before she thinks, she operates on emotion; she is everything Capelli is not. And he doesn’t understand why he could ever be attracted to this woman who threatens his well-ordered world. And did Kimberly Kincaid ever do her research! I felt I was watching an action movie rather than reading! Shae and Capelli are the ultimate polar opposites, and I loved Shae even though she is reckless, and bends the rules a tad too much, she is dynamic, passionate and thorough in her own way. She did make me a bit dizzy at the beginning with her abundance of energy; I could almost hear her talking at lightning speed. On the other hand, Capelli did not appeal to me in the least. Maybe it’s because I have encountered men just like him, and it colours my perception, but still I felt he came across like a Vulcan but without Mr. Spock’s particular charm. I think it might have to do with the author’s persistent reminders on his being logical, methodical, weighing the odds, calculating probabilities. Capelli, to me, was a robot, and I couldn’t fathom why Shae was attracted to him, at least initially, even though he is supposed to be ever so handsome. I understood she liked to tease him, but still, it’s a far cry from becoming infatuated with – let’s be honest – an emotionless, dull, boring, however an enticing male specimen he might be. Or maybe it’s just me, but I couldn’t understand Shae’s attraction, although I understood Capelli’s. I felt he came alive only during the amazingly hot sex scenes. Both Shae and Capelli showed growth, and I felt it was more convincing in Shae’s case. However, I thought they made a fabulous investigating team because their thought processes were so different, and I would have liked if they had been part of a spin-off series, although not as lovers. DEEP BURN is a fabulously crafted suspense story, the writing is flawless, it’s extremely fast-paced, thoroughly entertaining, and Ms. Kincaid gives us enough details to keep us enthralled without weighing down the narrative. Although the romance didn’t work for me, I would definitely recommend DEEP BURN because it’s one of this year’s best suspense stories! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
An absolutely fantastic book from start to finish! Fast paced, full of suspense, scorching sexy times, and a story and characters that grab your attention and hold it. Put this one on the top of the must read list. Shae McCullough, a firefighter at station seventeen, and James Capelli, a specialist in the Elite Investigations unit for the Remington Police dept find themselves neck deep in a murder/arson investigation that could put both their lives at risk. These two seem like an odd pairing but somehow they just work on and off the case! If you enjoy your romance with a whole lot of steam and suspense, don't miss this one! I highly recommend it.
ytcruz More than 1 year ago
You can never go wrong with a book by Ms Kincaid, and this one is no exception. Book 2 of her Station Seventeen series, will keep you on the edge of your seat. Our main characters are firefighter Shae McCullough and Remington’s Intelligence Unit surveillance expert, James Capelli. Both characters are strong, though it took me a while to like Shae. She is impulsive and when put on desk work, she hones in on her instincts, much to the dismay of James Capelli. But once they start working together to solve an arson case, the attraction becomes apparent. The story is filled with suspense, dangerous fires, dead bodies, James’s past coming back to haunt him, too many coincidences, and of course romance. Let’s not forget a good cast of secondary characters. In addition to all this, it’s also a story about how our past, whether as a child or later in life, affects us to be who we are today. Another well written story by this talented author. I was gifted this book by Netgalley. The opinions expressed are solely my own.