Saturday, May 3, 2014

Entrusted (Club Destiny #6.5) by Nicole Edwards: Blog Tour Review & Giveaway


Club Destiny, #6.5

Elijah Penn
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?

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Author Bio:

Nicole lives in Texas with her husband, Colt, three kids and four dogs. It's quite the household and most of the time you'll find her locked away in her office... writing. When she's not, you'll likely find her reading, swimming, or hanging out in the yard with the dogs, doing her best to keep them in line. (And no, it doesn't usually work)

Ever want to let that other part of you loose? The part that has secret desires and taboo fantasies? Well, that's what brought about Nicole Edwards. She's an alter ego. In truth, she's a full-fledged part of me. The secret part made up of sinfully hot desires and erotic thoughts. Get to know how Nicole's naughty mind works by checking out her books!

About me... hmmm...

Ok, I've been asked to provide a little bit of "real" information about myself. That's harder to do than you think it is, especially for someone who has difficulty talking about themselves. ;) But, here goes...

I've been writing for as long as I can remember. Ever since I was a kid, I loved creative writing and as I got older, I got acquainted with those voices in my head and that led to putting my stories on paper. And now, here I am all these years later, spending my days doing what I love most. I decided to give myself over to writing full time in 2012 and I haven't looked back. I spent nearly 13 years in the corporate world and I have to say, this is a bit of a change (just a little) and I am loving every second of it.

I live in Texas with my husband and three amazing kids and our four beloved dogs. If I'm not writing, I'm usually reading. I devour everything I can get my hands on. I love romance of any type and being an Indie author myself, I'm always looking for new Indies to support. I haven't always been into reading, but about eleven years ago, I picked up a book - I'm pretty sure it was by Nora Roberts - and from there, I haven't stopped. Before I began writing full time, and my characters started taking up so much of my time, I was reading about 200 books a year. That has dwindled somewhat, but there isn't a day that goes by that I don't read.

An interesting fact... I don't watch television - aside from the occasional news anyway. I will go see a movie or two rarely, but for the most part, I get all of my entertainment from a book. Some of my favorite authors include J.R. Ward, Suzanne Brockmann, Lora Leigh, Jane Rylon, Lori Foster, and Jaci Burton just to name a few.

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Review by Michelle:

When you sit down to read a Nicole Edwards book you know you are in for a wild ride. The steam factor is always off-the-charts but there is also a great story behind all of that heat. Entrusted is no different. In fact there were quite a few times when I was deeply affected by this book and I am not just referring to those times when I was in need of an ice cold shower, but in this case I am talking about the highly emotional, touching moments that enriched and enhanced this red-hot story.

I have to admit I love a good ménage read but in the past I have found there are only a few possible scenarios for these stories. There is the I love you, he loves you, you love me, you love him, he loves you and he loves me too stories where the three enter into a relationship and they all have feelings for one another and share in all aspects of the relationship. There is the couple who brings in random third parties to fulfill their needs where the two are committed and just want a bit of fun with someone outside of their relationship but nothing long term. And there is the lets all have fun together for a while but two of the people develop intense feelings for each other and break off from the third. We have even seen some of these situations played out in previous books in the Club Destiny series. What I love about Entrusted is the special and unique relationship these three embrace together where even though the men are not interested in each other romantically they are still able to bond on a certain level and create something more, something long and lasting, something that transcends each individual connection when the three relationships merge together as one.

I really appreciated and respected Sam’s perspective on bringing a third person into the relationship, that she wanted a threesome not just physically but emotionally as well. It is an intriguing and difficult concept of really and truly sharing your partner with another person, not just their body but their heart as well. This is a very different situation than what we experienced with Luke, Cole, and Sierra. In this case Sam is quite literally in the middle of these two men and Logan is forced to face a definite attraction between Sam and Elijah, an almost certain attachment forming between the two, and quite possibly more serious feelings. Elijah has to come to terms with the possibility of developing feelings for someone other than his wife and Sam has to accept sharing Elijah with Beth.

Elijah is the perfect addition to Sam and Logan’s relationship. His story was so poignant and bestowed such great depth. His enduring love was extremely moving and his undying commitment is admirable yet heartbreaking at the same time.

Nicole Edwards does it again. If you are looking for an insanely titillating read that is stirring in every way imaginable with a great story and powerful emotion, Entrusted is definitely the one for you. 

Rating: 5 Stars

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