Author has written 3 stories for Romance, and Fantasy.
Writer and crazy cat-lady. Hardly anyone can pronounce my surname; just call me Ma'am.
Influences: David Bowie, for making it ok to be freaky. Robert Palmer - the inspiration behind 'Addicted', and the one who has given me unrealistic expectations of what a gentleman should be like. Richard Brautigan, for glass coffins, watermelon sugar and the freedom to write crazy, if that's what your mind is telling you to. Do I have a hunch about what I'm talking about? No, it's just the way my coats rides up at the back.
Books published on Amazon under Nicola Niemc:
Addicted to Love - Drink, drugs, sex... Robert Taylor doesn't just do things by halves - when he wants something, he doesn't hesitate to seize it. With such an addictive personality, it's hardly surprising that when lust turns to love, he can't say no. What is surprising is the woman he falls in love with.
Lexi Seymour is young, prickly, and not averse to dodgy orange mullets. She is also a walking bag of nerves, tied to a six year secret that prevents her from allowing anyone close.
In order to reach this fragile woman, Robert realises he needs to grow up. Mid-forties, has he left it too late? And can Lexi learn to start trusting again, or will she end up breaking both their hearts?
Tangerine Seventeen - London, 1966: Welcome to another world. A world where style kills and a country’s security rests in the hands of perhaps the most unlikely people imaginable.
Leslie Howarth: Spy, fashionista and first-class coward. Any more self-centred, and he’d start to rotate around his own axis. When top-secret plans are stolen, it’s up to this most unlikely of James Bond-wannabes to save the day. And save the girl, of course…
Apart from making it big in the fashion world and not having to return to sleepy Devon, Dinah Johnson doesn’t know what she wants. What she most certainly doesn’t want is to be chased halfway over London, shot at, tied up and left to the mercy of a bunch of maniacs, all for the sake of a bunch of papers a dying man thrust into her unwilling hands.
With the help of the two most incompetent spies in British history, can they prevent these papers falling into enemy hands? And can Leslie perhaps learn there’s more to life than just dressing for the part?