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Conviction (Club Destiny Book 1) by [Edwards, Nicole]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Nicole Edwards launched her professional writing career in July of 2012. Having been an avid reader all of her life and a huge fan of creative writing, it seemed the likely path for her to take. Since then, she has released twenty-four books and has no plans to stop. As her full-time career/hobby, Nicole writes steamy contemporary and erotic romances. Nicole is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who was born and raised in Texas. Married with three kids and four dogs, she has plenty of interaction to keep her imagination brewing. Her books have been featured in USA Today’s Happy Ever After segment as well as Indie Reader’s best seller list. She has forged her way as an independent author. Although she has a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, she prefers to be hiding out in her writing cave, talking to the fictional characters that have built up in her head over the years. When she isn’t writing or plotting her next book (sometimes translated to “playing on Facebook”), Nicole loves to read and spend time with her family and her dogs.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 730 KB
  • Print Length: 365 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Nicole Edwards Limited; 3 edition (30 July 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008QYUOAI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,970 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'd heard really good things about this book so I admit that I went into it with high expectations. I'm sad to say that I don't think it lived up to the hype. I almost gave up around five or six percent in because I was sick and tired of hearing everything and absolutely nothing about Sam's job. I find it kind of extraordinary that I could read almost three chapters about what she does and end up with absolutely no idea what it is she actually does. More to the point, it doesn't add anything to the story at all. It could have been completely cut out. The book could have started with her turning up for the job interview without losing anything, apart from almost 10k words of dead weight.

The book was also incredibly repetitive. Sam has a thought. She thinks it ad infinitum. She talks to someone about it. She thinks about it again ad infinitum. Then we have Logan's POV thinking that Sam is thinking about something. It gets boring pretty quickly. What's weird is that the book seems to focus on the less important things. We hear all about the most mundane issues, but when Samantha goes away for two weeks to do some serious thinking about her situation, instead of mining that rich seam of personal angst and self-discovery, the author totally skips it and starts the next chapter with "It had been 2 weeks...". It was a little perplexing.

There were also a few issues with copy editing - wrong words frequently used, such as elicit instead of illicit. Actually, that mistake was understandable, but there were a couple of words that were totally wrong. I wish authors wouldn't use words they don't know the meaning of.
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This pushed the envelope for my personal reading genre, very erotic with a well written and not sordid or degrading exploration of M/F/M or M/M a newish one on me!, Club Destiny sounds like a venue or rather a book series i think i'd like to visit again, yep I think i'll be buying another one in this series.
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Having read Kaleb, Zane and Travis some months ago I was informed that I should have read the club destiny series first, so I am.

I loved conviction. You can tell how Nichole has evolved in her Truely brilliant writing ability. Very steamy, with a lovely storyline to go with it.

Worthy of more than 5 stars.

A must to all, onto book 2 ....
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Did I read the same book as everyone else? I mean this story drove me absolutely friggin nuts! Why? Oh my god can Nicole waffle on and on and on and on............... there was so much complete and utter un-necessary text it was bordering on painful. It was after deciding at 17% that this was either going to be a DNF or a very lightly skimmed book, I decided on the lightly skimmed that I managed to finish reading it! Now I read very fast anyway but I literally did skim down huge paragraphs when the text wasn't necessary.

Now I honestly cannot deny that Nicole pens the most HOTTEST of sex scenes but the reasoning behind some of them was a little bizarre and way out there, I mean the second time they get together he pulls her into a menage and she just goes with it, ack I can't get my head around that. If he professes undying love for her then how can he be comfortable sharing her with up to two other men at the same time? Yeah I get there are dark sides but then then there is love, me personally I struggled with that in this book. I couldn't see a girl who had been hurt falling into the sexual pattern that Logan introduced her to, and so quick, I honestly couldn't. Here's a line about Logan - The possessive streak Logan had developed since meeting Samantha was fierce, growing in it's intensity as each day passed. - Yeah it was so intense he didn't think twice about sharing her and in extremely intimate ways - me shakes head, just can't see that connection between possessive and then happy to share............

Going back to the waffle, I had to laugh at one point it took two largish paragraphs at one point for Logan to make an omelette and that isn't including the initial start at the cooking of it.
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Club Destiny was recommended by my forum friends and it was a very good recommendation.

So what did I think of it?

First of all just let me comment on the language and I don't mean cursing as I don't have any issues with cursing - in fact I like cursing in a story as (for me) it makes the book and characters real. However, I sometimes wish that authors would not treat the women in these stories as if they were like little girls and giving the impression that they not sexual creatures - of course they are and just as much as men.

Sometimes the he man mentality becomes a bit frustrating and the idea that the man and his Mighty Dick might be too powerful or extreme for the lady. You get where I am coming from? The implication is that if he pushes her away from his Mighty Dick it might be one time too many! Right!

The chemistry between Sam and Logan is well written and the sex scenes are extremely hot. Nicole Edwards provides a well-balanced mix of story, sex between Sam and Logan, sex between them and a third partner, and finally a foursome ( also featuring M/M sex).

I liked the way that the author took time at the beginning of the story introducing the business structure of XTX, Sam's job and her move and then later to the partner company. Some readers might get a bit frustrated with this but I didn't. This worked for me. Downside - what did the company actually do? She doesn't provide us with an answer.

Then we get to the nitty gritty of the story. What the book and series is about the mysterious sex Club Destiny - partly owned by Logan and his brother Luke. We don't get there in this story but I assume this opens the doors to the Club in the continuing series.

Overall a good hot sexy story and I think this series shows real promise but if you don't like stories about swinging and I suspect the introduction to BDSM then this book won't be for you. Me? I am off to start book 2 Luke's story.
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