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Swoon Thursday: Nothing Personal (The Kincaids #2) by Rosalind James


Swoon Thursday is a meme hosted by YABound.  

From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering.




Today, I am spotlighting Nothing Personal (The Kincaids #2) by Rosalind James, which I devoured last week when it came out!  This book is an Adult contemporary that I absolutely loved!  I found Alec and Rae to be so, so good together! And now, on to the swoon:

Desiree, I love you.  And I know I'm not a hero, although I wish I could be that for you, because you deserve a hero.  I'm sure you could look around and find a better man, someone who's always done right, someone with steel in his soul to match yours.  But I promise you this.  Nobody is ever going to admire you more than I do.  Nobody is ever going to be there for you the way I will.  And nobody is ever going to love you more.  At those things, I'm the best, and I always will be.  
So swoon-worthy, right?! I have very quickly devoured every book written by Rosalind James and have loved every single one!  Nothing Personal definitely adds a new element with a bit of suspense in addition to the very lovely romance and relationship between Alec and Rae.  Highly recommend for Adult contemporary!  Who are you swooning over this week? Link up your Swoon below!

Comments

  1. Very sweet and swoon-worthy Eva! Loved it! Here's my Swoon:
    http://www.abookishescape.com/2013/10/swoon-thursday-42.html

    Thanks for sharing,

    Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

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  2. Great swoon! It was totally sweet!

    Here's My Swoon!

    Catarina
    @Reading and Things

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  3. I've never heard of this one! But I love the swoon you chose. It's very touching!

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

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  4. Oh my :)
    Definitely swoon worthy! <3

    Jules of Jules Bookshelf

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  5. I know I'm way late on this and somehow missed the posting on my blog, but thanks for stopping by and I love the look of this :)

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