When her successful brother announces his plans for an impromptu wedding in Ireland, unlucky-in-love chef Sasha Arrington is stuck between the Blarney Stone and a hard place. Their overbearing parents are sure to turn the long weekend into her own personal hell unless she can distract them from her roller coaster career and her terrible track record with men. So when her best friend offers to pose as her date, Sasha jumps at the chance.
Ambitious chef James Sullivan always gets what he wants, except the one thing he wants most-the sexy kitchen partner he's been secretly attracted to for months. But this time, he's got the luck of the Irish on his side. Sasha needs a wingman for her brother's wedding, and the romantic destination could be just what Sully needs to tempt Sasha out of the friend zone.
Between the gorgeous locale and the undeniable attraction between them, Sasha and Sully's friendship quickly goes from simmer to sizzle. But Sasha's reasons for guarding her heart run deep. When she discovers that Sully isn't all that he seems, will she be able to go from fling to forever? Or will Sully's luck run out?
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Something Borrowed by Kimberly Kincaid is my first read by this author. Something Borrowed is a fast read, but a well written story, perfect for those with limited time for reading. Sasha and Sully's story is full of drama and humor. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from Kimberly Kincaid in the future. This is a complete book, not a cliffhanger.
Something Borrowed by Kimberly Kincaid is my first book by this author and was such a pleasant surprise! The characters were loveable, the settings gorgeous, the chemistry sizzling, and was just a fun read. This book was generously provided by the author for an honest review. Sasha Arrington might have taken a little longer than some to find what she wanted to do with her life. She feels like this is it, though. She loves to cook and is in culinary school. Her kitchen partner has become her best friend, James Sullivan. Even though James is oh so sexy, Sasha is not going to go there. She knows that relationships don’t last, her own track record is evidence. She doesn’t want anything to spoil the friendship she and James have built. Sasha gets the shock of her life when her twin brother announces he is getting married, and the wedding is going to be in Ireland where his fiance’s family lives. Sasha is happy for her brother, she really is. But spending three days with her parents is not something to look forward to. Her parents are divorced, and both of them love to spend their time pointing out everything Sasha is doing wrong in her life, her lack of a man, of a career. James has been suffering for months, thinking of his sexy kitchen partner, Sasha, in every way EXCEPT as a friend. When Sasha tells him about the wedding, the perfect plan forms in his mind. He can volunteer to go with her, to be her ‘wingman’ to keep her parents diverted. To pose as her boyfriend. With the beautiful setting, he will have three days to convince Sasha that they are perfect together as more than just friends. “She was going to make it tough to get past her anti-relationship armor. But if Sully excelled at anything, it was finding a way to get what he wanted.” In the beautiful Willow Creek, Ireland, Sasha and Sully’s chemistry wins over and Sasha’s heart begins to open. But they are in Ireland, in this beautiful setting with romance everywhere. Relationships don’t last, her own parents the best example of that. So does Sasha really want to risk losing her best friend for what is sure to be a temporary friends with benefits interlude? This story was so cute and sexy. Sully was determined to convince Sasha that they could be more than just friends. But is he manipulating her just like her own parents do by going on this trip under false pretenses? Sasha was so adorable as she slowly let down her walls and let Sully in. These two were perfect for each other. The question is, can Sully convince Sasha that all relationships aren’t destined to fail? That they can be good together as more than just friends?