When a beautiful waitress drops hot coffee on his designer suit, Nicholas Pearce took it as a positive omen. He was making the right decision to leave his job at his Uncle’s extremely prestigious accounting firm to interview with the highly respected charity.
Instead his omen should have come as a warning.
Everything good in life comes at a hefty price.
On the same day he decides to alter his life’s path, Nicholas learns that his brother Jon is suffering a life threatening illness, which Nicholas must keep secret from his family.
The only things he finds solace in, after hearing of his brothers devastating diagnosis, is kissing the beautiful woman who dumped coffee all over him and the prospect of a new job.
Problem is there’s a whole lot more to the woman he thought was just a waitress and she holds the key to him landing that job.
If Nicholas thought convincing her he’s right for the job was hard, trying to do the same with her heart is proving even harder. Is he strong enough?
He thinks so… However her past and secrets, say otherwise.
When Jon succumbs to his illness, the truth is uncovered and it ultimately betrays both their hearts.
When faced with the possibility that he could lose Rayanna, Nicholas must find the strength to forgive and forever cure her heart
|Publisher:||K A Northam|
|File size:||227 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Born in NSW, Australia in 1979, I grew up in a small town on the NSW North Coast. After finishing high school I moved to Sydney where I worked as an apprentice chef for a few years before moving into Sales and Administration. I now reside on the NSW North Coast with my partner and our two children, who along with my day job, keep me busy! So how does a chef, who works in an office, end up as a romance writer you ask? Well, I have loved reading since I was young, hoping that one day I might meet my 'prince charming', just like Cinderella did. And I did. After having the story of Nicholas and Rayanna (from Curing Her Heart) play out in a dream back in 2014, I thought why not have a go at putting that story into written words so that other readers like me, could read it. I'd like to think that my books will bring the same kind of enjoyment that reading gives me.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really like this book. Just long enough 170 pages. The story moved right along.A few annoying errors , but didn't take away from story. Romance. HEA.