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This is a novella length work 115 pagesWhen Detective Jason Morgan is tasked with keeping a local restaurant owner safe as part of a make or break case he rises to the challenge The job is his first priority and he owes it to the memory of his father a detective killed in the line of duty to do it at any cost But Jason never expected Serenity Gallagher to be so beautiful so seriousor so tough to protectSerenity has moved from place to place at the whim of her capricious mother all her life The last thing she wants is to leave the diner she finally calls home even if it means being stuck with a sexy blue eyed detective But she’s the only witness to a horrible crime and the man behind it wants her very very dead Going into protective custody means survival no matter how much Serenity hates hidingAs Jason and Serenity bide their time together they are shocked to discover they have much in common than the surface reveals But keeping her safe is Jason’s number one priority no matter how much he’s drawn in by the woman beneath the witness and Serenity’s past makes it difficult to trust As the stakes get higher and the spark burns hotter can Jason and Serenity draw the line?


10 thoughts on “Drawing the Line (The Line, #2)

  1. says:

    35 Stars Drawing the Line is the second book in The Line series and just as sweet and romantic as I was expecting This is the first series I have read by this author but I am thoroughly enjoying these books They're fast reads but packed full of love and mysteries I liked the characters in this one but wanted a little bit of a connection between them Jason was a great character and I loved his loyalty to his job and the little inner conflict he had about Serenity Bottom line I'm enjoying this series and will be continuing with the rest of the books and anyone who likes uick insta love stories should check out this series


  2. says:

    Le sigh Another winner from Kimberly Kincaid As usual I'm not bothering with a recap because everyone else is going to do it and the blurb does it best so I'll just jump in with what I likedLet's start with Serenity Love her She feels so real and her job at Mac's doesn't read like something Kincaid just threw in it's an integral part of who she is and how she operates I loved how creating food for people was sometimes a way for her to comfort them sometimes a way for her to get control and sometimes a way for her to comfort herself Kincaid didn't make her enjoy cooking because she needed a detail for her heroine Serenity cooks because it's who she isThen there's Jason who's trying to do the right thing I love how he's genuinely conflicted about his attraction to Serenity how his way of dealing with the situation is to bring forward all his training and experience to protect them Again Kincaid didn't just make him a cop because her hero needed a job He's a cop because that's how he's wiredAll in all a great fun read Would highly recommend it


  3. says:

    3 325 RATING An okay read for a freebie Damsel in distress being protected by sexy detective I usually love these types of stories but nothing really stood out for me with this one I may read in this series if short on time and free but wouldn't purchase or put at top of my TBR list


  4. says:

    I didn't feel the chemistry as much in this one I know this is a short but this needed plot and character development It was a safe read with no OP drama There was also no mention of the H's history which I don't mind that much However I need than that to be engaged


  5. says:

    Sizzling Pages Romance Reviews Sizzling Pages Facebook TwitterSizzlingpagesWow I am just so freaking in love with this authors writing style I mean she can pack so much into such a short but satisfying read I love the inner dialogue and the witty banter and how so far both books had such a sweet underlying relationship with cooking and family I adore when my love stories include friendships with guysthose tough alphas who can show moments of bondingand they are always so freaking funnyI love it “Uh huh I’ll remind you of that when some woman comes flying out of the blue and knocks you on your ass” A smile poked at the corners of Noah’s mouth but Jason was uick to temper the words “You might be hanging onto that one for a while I’m definitely not the head over heels type”Noah Jason OH and by the way one of my favorite soap opera stars off of General Hospital was named Jason MorganHe's hot and well he is my Jason for this storyyum There is no doubt that Kimberly Kincaid is an author to watch out for I am just so happy to finally have found the time to give these books a go If you want a sweet yet sizzling romantic suspensestart reading now


  6. says:

    What a great story Loved this book Great characters and story Had me wondering what was going to happen Definitely will be recommending and reading her books againThis is the story of Serenity a local diner owner The story begins when Serenity is going in to open her restaurant She walks in on a robbery One of her employees is knocked out on the floor She goes to check on him turns around to look and then is knocked out too Jason who is a local Detective on the police force and also a visitor to the Diner is set to work on the case After visiting the hospital Jason speaks with Serenity about what happened She knows exactly who robbed and attacked them Jason knows at this point that she needs constant watch because the criminal is a very very bad man The Police decides she needs Protective Custody and Jason is the guy to protect herBeing stuck with someone they both realize that they have a lot in common They both are attracted to each other but Serenity needs stability She had a rough life with her mom moving from place to place she wants a home and stable life and does not want to be stuck with a man she desires She wants to be at her diner and not under house arrest with sexy Detective JasonFind out what happens with these two Will they survive each other and the person looking to hurt Serenity?This was another great story by Kimberly Loved that Jason got his story Loved Violet Noah's book and he is a great brother to Violet


  7. says:

    One word WOW This budding young author has given us another mouth watering all too short read This novella like her first Love On The Line provides incredible character development intense passion believable motivations and great heat in the kitchen and elsewhere This one is another page turner for me I genuinely like Jason and Serenity and would love to hang out in their kitchen watching their chemistry short circuit the lights I'm sure I would have to take the dessert to go ;All in all this is an incredibly well developed story with real feeling motivated and motivating characters Kincaid has blown me away again Highly recommended read good things come in small packages


  8. says:

    Another hot book from Kimberly Kincaid involving food and hot cops How can you go wrong Best part is that these books are novella length Usually not my cup of tea but only because I don't feel the stories have ample time to develop It's different if you are using them as an epilogue to a series or full length novel However Ms Kincaid has a way of putting her characters together and even though the story is short the timeline isn't rushed I enjoyed the banter between not only the main characters but also the supporting characters as well And we've met some of these people in the first book so it's nice to hear about their lives after their storyLooking forward to the next book in the series


  9. says:

    Kimberly has written another book which perfectly combines her signature deep emotional connections and sassy dialogue I love how she added an element of suspense that kept me clicking through my e reader This one is sexy smart and sigh worthy


  10. says:

    Kimberly Kincaid's bio is absolutely true when it mentions that she splits the difference between sexy and sweet She is an incredibly talented author with the ability to write real three dimensional characters who make you fall for them as much as the story