* Review * BEYOND JUST US by Kimberly Kincaid

* Review * BEYOND JUST US by Kimberly KincaidBeyond Just Us by Kimberly Kincaid
Series: Remington Medical #4
Published by Kimberly Kincaid Romance on May 19, 2020
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Remington’s most cynical doctor is about to get upended by two little words:
I do.

Tess Michaleson runs her ER like she runs her life—
no pretenses, no exceptions.
As a single mother, she can’t afford anything less.
As a woman who’s been burned by love?
She can’t believe in anything more.
Her son and her job are the center of her world.
That’s all Tess needs.

Until Declan Riley falls into her arms…

His tattoos and his Irish accent are enough to melt her panties
His diagnosis? That’s enough to break her heart.
But Tess can help him get the care he needs…

All she has to do is marry him.

Declan knows he should keep Tess at arm’s length.
What they have is temporary. Necessary.
And he knows from experience just
how dangerous getting close can be.

But the longer he’s around the smart, sexy doctor and her son,
the more Declan realizes
close isn’t enough.

He wants Tess. He wants it all.

Even if he has to do the one thing he swore he never would to have her.


Our dreams have come true! With book four in her much loved Remington Medical series Kimberly Kincaid is finally bringing us the story we’ve all been clamoring for. Tess Michaelson has been on my mind since the very first book in the series when she was giving birth with her best friend by her side instead of her husband. I knew there was going to be a story there … and while it didn’t give us as much of the dirt on Alec as I might have hoped for, it delighted in so many other delicious ways!

Tess is a confident, self-assured woman who doesn’t need anything other than her son, her job and her friends … but watching her fall hard for what she claims to not want is pure magic.

Declan is all the swoony goodness. He’s got the accent, the gorgeousness, the kind heart and a back story that has us from hello. While I don’t fully think the story was medically accurate in a few ways, it was easy enough to enjoy the meat of the romance and let that slide.

I highly recommend this book as well as the rest of the series to anyone who enjoys a close-knit group of friends who look out for each other and welcome the mates into their fold as each of them find their happily ever afters. It’s medical based, but it’s not gory. I adored the entire series!


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