Nothing Personal


Playboy Alec Kinkaid, endowed with good looks, intelligence and business shrewdness, has never had a serious relationship with a woman and doesn’t intend to - until he’s coerced into working with the CFO of his newest software venture. No-nonsense Desiree ‘Rae’ Harlin has worked hard to get where she is in the male-dominated tech world and doesn’t intend to jeopardize it by mixing business with pleasure. But the mutual attraction between Alec and Rae is heating up and wreaking havoc on their intentions.

Although “Nothing Personal” is the second book in The Kincaids Series, it can be read as a stand-alone novel. It is an entertaining, well-crafted story, despite a couple of editing issues and the "pinging" in the beginning that makes it difficult for the reader to engage. However, it straightens out quickly and soon becomes easy to be drawn into Alec and Rae’s tale. The main characters are well developed, and the use of the secondary characters in showing the different facets of the protagonists’ personalities helps progress the story.

This sexy, romantic tale is an enjoyable read and holds the reader’s attention. Filled with likable characters, sexual attraction, witty dialogue, and steamy romance, it is a book that leaves the reader with a warm feeling and a smile. 

Janna Shay