Handsome. Successful. Single.
And looking for a polyamorous relationship.
It has been four years since his wife died, but Elijah knows that there will never be another woman who will claim his heart and he isn’t willing to replace her. He isn’t interested in marriage, but he is interested in something with a future.
Logan and Samantha McCoy
Attractive. Ambitious. Married.
And looking for a polyamorous relationship.
Logan and Samantha spent the last year and a half avoiding a very specific desire that neither of them can quite let go of. They aren’t interested in a casual fling with a stranger, so they’ve been holding back.
Is it possible that the three of them have stumbled upon something that just might be the answer to all of their desires?
Samantha and Logan are back in their third book from the Club Destiny series. I was just coming down from my high after reading Perception and was taken even higher reading Entrusted. I have said it before, I love Nicole Edwards she writes amazing books.
Samantha and Logan have avoided bringing a third person into their relationship for the past year and a half. After two previous short lived polyamorous relationships where feelings were developing, especially where Samantha was concerned, the couple are no longer looking for a short lived affair they want someone permanent.
Enter Elijah Penn, a widower who is still so much in love with his wife four years after her death as he was the day they were married. There will never be a person that can replace Beth in his life, no one that he will love the way he loved her, until he meets Samantha McCoy.
Logan and Elijah meet in Perception and after one meeting Logan is curious to see if Elijah is the person that he and Sam have been waiting for. Logan introduces Samantha to Elijah and there is instantly a connection and very quickly Samantha begins to develop feelings for Elijah, only this time those feelings are reciprocated.
For those of you that have followed Logan and Samantha throughout the entire series do not fear, the relationship between Sam and Logan is still has hot as before and their connection and strength of their relationship is even stronger. The introduction of Elijah completes their relationship nicely and in my opinion the three of them actually compliment each other very well.
“Call me Eli, please,” he replied. Lowering his voice just a hint, he leaned in a little closer. “I’m interested in whatever you’re willing to offer.”
“Spread your legs Sam,” Logan told her, and Sam did exactly as she was told, her legs opening to give Elijah an unobstructed view of her bare mound and the pretty pink flesh between.
Elijah took a step closer and placed his hands on Sam’s hips. “I want to take you home,” he said softly. “I want to explore your body with my hands, my lips, my tongue. I want to make love to you all night long, Samantha. I don’t ever want to stop.” Elijah paused, waited for her to argue. When she didn’t, he continued. “But Logan isn’t here, so I’m not expecting anything whatsoever.
“Do you want that, Sam? Do you want Logan and me to fuck you at the same time? To fill your pussy?”
"You will forever be in my heart, Your love always my guide, And though I cannot touch your hand, I know you are by my side"
Nicole lives in Texas with her husband, three kids and four dogs. It's quite the household and most of the time you'll find her locked away in her office - dubbed the writing cave. When she's not there, you'll probably find her reading or hanging out with the dogs and kids, doing her best to keep them in line. And no, for the record, it doesn't usually work.
I've never been one to talk much about myself. It's difficult, but as the days go by, I'm learning to open up a little. So, I'm going to give it a shot here...
Ever since I was young, I've enjoyed writing. When I was a teenager, I kept a journal. I did that until several years ago, I think. And if I wasn't writing down my thoughts, I was coming up with scenes in my head for various characters who would come and go for whatever reasons. And now, here I am, all these years later, spending my days doing what I love the most. Writing is my full-time job, but it is also my hobby. My creative outlet. It is a true blessing that I have been allowed to do this. I decided to give myself over to writing full-time in December of 2012 and I haven't looked back since. After spending nearly 13 years in the corporate world, it took me a little while to get used to working for myself, but I have to say, I'm loving every second of it.
If I'm not writing, I'm reading. Every single day. My TBR (to be read) list is long and it continues to grow each day thanks to the amazing authors who continue to publish books that we can't get enough of. If you look at my TBR, you'll find books by traditional and independent authors alike. My love of reading started back around a decade ago when I started reading Lora Leigh. Yes, if you want hot, check her out. Some of my other favorites include J.R. Ward, Suzanne Brockmann, Jayne Rylon, Maya Banks, Sylvia Day, Lorelei James, Lori Foster, Jill Shalvis, Jaci Burton, Carly Phillips and the list goes on and on and on.
An interesting fact about me... I don't watch television. Well, aside from the occasional news channel or some home improvement show from time to time. I love movies, but I rarely go see them. I think since I picked up a book, all else has faded away and if I have any spare time whatsoever, I'm going to use it to do what I love.
For those who are curious, Nicole Edwards is a pen name. Although, for the past couple of years, I've been called Nicole so much, I pretty much answer to it always. I didn't select a pen name in order to hide my identity, but rather to give my alternate ego one of her own. Nicole is the part of me that includes all of the secret desires and taboo fantasies. So, technically, yes, she's real. She's my alter ego. The secret part of me me made up of sinfully hot desires and erotic thoughts. If you want to know more about my naughty mind, just check out my books.
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