Entrusted

  • by Nicole Edwards
  • Narrated by Sabrina Brooks, Jay Crow, Dusty Richards
  • 5 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Logan and Samantha McCoy are back--and they're ready for some more blistering-hot action.
Elijah Penn--handsome, successful, and single--is looking for a polyamorous relationship. It has been four years since his wife died, but Elijah knows 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, and married--are also looking for a polyamorous relationship. Logan and Samantha spent the last year and a half avoiding a very specific desire of which neither of them can quite let go. They aren't interested in a casual fling with a stranger, so they've been holding back. Is it possible the three of them have stumbled upon something that just might be the answer to all of their desires?

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hot!

A great short story about Logan and Sam. And the hottest of the books yet!
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Something is Missing

Despite Nicole Edward's excellent writing skills, I have just never warmed up to Logan and Samantha's relationship. Possibly because Logan invited his brother Luke to join them for sex the 2nd time they were together; I thought Logan was arrogant to pimp out his new lover without consulting her and Sam showed no self esteem when she allowed his disrespectful behavior.

Now, a year or two later, Sam is hoping to find a permanent "third" (after several temps). Can't help wondering why Logan alone doesn't make her happy and fulfilled. Again, without discussing anything with Sam, Logan starts vetting potential candidates. "Hey man, want to f**k my wife? is not what I would expect from a loving husband.

Enter Elijah, sort of a friend of a friend, whose wife died years ago. Elijah seems like a decent guy, until he talks about his dead wife in the present tense. It's sweet that he had such strong feelings for his wife but the wedding vows do say "until death do we part". Ironically, Elijah belongs to a sex club - evidently his heart is still married but his penis is single. Guess they all deserve each other.
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- Rusty "Good Books Don't Promote Violence"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-28-2015
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.