Nicholas Burnes is a perfectionist. He is planning something for the Vamps. He holds a rehearsal to find just the right singer, but out of almost two hundred who audition, only one really catches his eye.
Danielle Robbins has struggled ever since her father left home when she was a small child. She is tired of being broke and working as a waitress. It would be great to make a name for herself and be chosen for the performance.
Nicholas can be difficult and supercilious. He is trying to get a show ready for some very influential persons. When Danielle arrives at the rehearsal, he discovers not only is she the right singing choice, but he feels she is the perfect person to complete his life. He cannot get her out of his head, and Danielle feels the same for him, until his voice turns to anger. She is reminded of things in her past, and fear sets in. He senses something is amiss and tells her he will never hurt her. Can Nicholas seduce her to bring her around to love him forever or will Danielle’s fears keep them from becoming a couple?
Nicholas is a moving tale that surrounds the reader in a peaceful bliss. I love the mannerisms of Nicholas in the way he seeks to protect Danielle. I thought the way Danielle has a troubled problem with anger, and her past, was incorporated well into the story. Renee Larsen spins another great read in Book 2 of the Burnes Family. The story kept me engrossed until the dramatic conclusion. Nicholas and Danielle really click as their simmering relationship springs from the pages. With a small mixture of intrigue thrown into the picture, this is one read that is simply wonderful. I still have not forgotten the first book, Derek, and I am certain this one will stay in my memory for a long time, too.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More