For thirty-six years, Marcus Sullivan has been the responsible older brother, stepping in to take care of his seven siblings after their father died when they were children. But when the perfectly ordered future he’s planned for himself turns out to be nothing but a lie, Marcus needs one reckless night to shake free from it all.
Nicola Harding is known throughout the world by only one name – Nico – for her catchy, sensual pop songs. Only, what no one knows about the twenty-five year old singer is that her sex-kitten image is totally false. After a terrible betrayal by a man who loved fame far more than he ever loved her, she vows not to let anyone else get close enough to find out who she really is…or hurt her again. Especially not the gorgeous stranger she meets at a nightclub, even though the hunger – and the sinful promises – in his dark eyes make her want to spill all her secrets.
One night is all Nicola and Marcus agree to share with each other. But nothing goes as they plan when instead of simply tangling limbs, they find a deeper connection than either of them could have anticipated. And even though they both try to fight it, growing emotions – and sizzling attraction – keep drawing them closer together.
Close enough for them to wonder if stealing one more secret moment together can ever be enough?
Book 2 in the Sullivan series is about oldest brother Marcus, winery owner. Marcus discovers his girlfriend has been cheating on him, so he heads to a club to find a one night stand. What he meets changes his world.
Nicola, known to the world as Nico, the rock star, decides to blow off some steam and heads to a club looking for a little adventure. She meets Marcus and goes home with him. By chance, Marcus goes to see his sister at work, and she happens to be working for Nico. Sparks fly, but Marcus feels that he is too old for Nicola. He is 36 and she is 25.
The sex scenes in this book for HOT! I really liked Marcus, though at times he seemed like a pansy for not being able to deal with the age difference between them. Age is just a number, one that Nicola was able to deal with. I really liked Nico, she was sweet and funny and likable and just wanted to be loved for who she really was.
I’m really liking this series – will keep reading for sure!