Nothing Personal: The Kincaids Book Two

Nothing Personal: The Kincaids Book Two

by Rosalind James

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Overview

When you wish upon a star . . .

Alec Kincaid has never met the obstacle he couldn't overcome--or the woman who could resist him. And it's not going to happen now, not with his star shining more brightly than ever in the high-stakes arena of San Francisco's software industry.

Desiree Harlin doesn't believe in fairy tales, and she doesn't waste time wishing. She's learned the hard way that dreams don't come true. And with her reputation and hard-won security on the line, succumbing to temptation isn't an option.

But things aren't always what they seem. And even stars sometimes fall.

Note: Despite the fog, San Francisco does get hot at times. If you prefer your romance without steam, you may want to visit a different city . . . er, book.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988761964
Publisher: Rosalind James
Publication date: 10/31/2013
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)

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Nothing Personal: The Kincaids Book Two 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alec Kincaid is a millionaire genius with his own software business. He has a new idea which he is looking to finance, but the finance guys insist on appointing their own office manager/accountant to keep Alec and his partners in line. Apparently they have a reputation for partying and mild misogyny and over-running projects. Desiree (Rae) Harlin was the ugly duckling at school, poorly dressed and working minimum wage jobs to pay for college. She remembers Alec Kincaid very clearly, his cool kid friends mocked her mercilessly and she has never really forgiven him. Is it good or bad that Alec doesn't recognise her when she is introduced as the new office manager. She is the best of the best and has to put up with name-calling and being hit on all the time by men who just can't believe a pretty woman can be good at her job. She is determined to keep Alec and his partners on the straight and narrow despite her attraction to the man who has just got more attractive with age. Alec is trying to keep things between him and Rae professional but it isn't easy, and it looks like they have a spy in their midst trying to sell their new project to a competitor. I liked this but I didn't love it in the same way I loved Alec's twin brother's book. I thought the identity of the spy was fairly obvious and Rae's constant belief that she wasn't good enough for Alec wore very thin.
FKM More than 1 year ago
Very good romance. Interesting and more believable situations than many other books.