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Top Customer Reviews
The !ove story between Aly and Niko so complex that you root for them throughout the story. I can't wait for the next one. Thanks for a great read.
Alyson wanted was to see the Mona Lisa and that's were the trouble began for the recently divorced 40 year old. Her birthday didn't turn out exactly as she planned with Niko stepping into the picture.
Niko, her cocky bodyguard, and also 10 years younger shakes up Aly's world. Making her step out of her comfort zone and showing her what she had been missing while married to her jerk ex-husband. He builds her confidence up that she lost during her marriage. Niko is focused on investigating the terrorist group called The Red Hand but that doesn't mean he doesn't have time for seduction and shoe shopping!
With laugh out loud moments, quirky characters, a mystery to solve and terrorists to catch you can't go wrong with Vonnie Davis' stellar start to an Intriguing series. I can't wait for Jean-Luc story!
Vonnie, you sure as the world make it hard for a woman to get to bed on time! Couldn't put it down! And I can't wait for the next one.
I'll try not to give a full play by play of the novel. But the story follows Aly, an American tourist (and not some flouncing twenty something on vacation with Daddy's money) trying to overcome very adult complications from life. Things just didn't turn out her way, so she's making the best of it. She's likeable, relatable, and you root for her.
Niko is sexy without being overly so. He's a good man who when forced, can do very bad things.
They are thrust together through a circumstance beyond her control and from there ... it's a thrill ride of fun, suspense, and laughter. I say laughter because there is one scene (it involves a rope escape and the sort of hotel you'd hate to accidentally check into) that will stick with me forever.
Vonnie Davis makes NIKO: Licensed to Kill sexy and funny, thrilling and emotional, all with a flare that's uniquely her own. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.