Samantha still vividly remembers those nights so long ago when Logan introduced her to the ecstasy of a ménage. Now that Logan’s brother has up and fallen in love, Sam wonders whether she’ll ever get the chance to do it all over again.
Logan knows his wife fantasizes about another threesome and he longs to give her everything she wants. Since his twin brother Luke is no longer a part of their relationship, Logan has to seek out the man who can complete Sam’s every desire. He’s found him and now he can only hope the fires that ignite between them don’t burn down the house.
Logan aims to satisfy Samantha in every way he can. This time he’s looking to Club Destiny to help fulfill those desires. The only thing left is to feed their addiction for one another.
This is a 21,000 word novella – a follow up to Conviction and Temptation that focuses solely on the explosive heat between Samantha and Logan.
Publisher's note: This book contains graphic material not suitable for readers under the age of 18, including, but not limited to: menage, m/f/m, public exhibitionism, voyeurism
Published November 16th 2012
Current GoodReads Rating: 4.23 Stars
This novella really could have been book 1.5 because it was mostly focused on Sam and Logan’s relationship in book one. This story captured the search for a new member of the now married couples threesomes since Logan’s brother Luke up and fell in love with someone else and decided to stop participating with his now sister-in-law (awkward). I was hesitant with Samantha from the beginning of book one with how uncomfortable she was in the scenarios she was put in. This book displayed an update that she was getting more comfortable and taking the initiative even, but I’m also glad the character stayed consistent and remained a bit leery still when new things were introduced. Once again Sam and Logan are famous for continually adding characters on (under/behind/in front), so what started with the two of them added one, two, three, and then a whole club of people to their extra curriculum activities. There was nothing crazy, intriguing, and exciting that jumped out from this story so it was mediocre for me. It seemed like the author wrote this because she had to add another character back on with the newly married couple who were having a lackluster sex life throughout the second book. I wanted more of a passion in the writing not with the sex scenes but a passion for the characters and her to have fun thinking of new ideas that might have caught me by surprise. I think out of all the characters, I’d choose Cole, the sweet sensitive one that comforts and still rocks her world. The others to me are just egotistical, testosterone sex addicts.