Infatuation & Captivated
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Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Date: March 2015
Duration: 13 hours 53 minutes
Two novellas from New York Times bestselling author Nicole Edwards’ sinfully sensual Club Destiny series are brought together—for double the pleasure.
McKenna Thorne owns an online magazine geared toward libidinous carnality and erotic lifestyles and is intimately familiar with the lifestyle Club Destiny is famous for. As a journalist, she’s interested in understanding just what makes the swinger’s club so popular. When she comes face-to-face with Tag Murphy, the sophisticated, sexy attorney representing the club and its owners, she finds a new reason to be curious.
Tag Murphy represents some of Dallas’ wealthiest companies, and not only is he Club Destiny’s legal counsel—he’s also a member. While representing the club in a volatile lawsuit against one of its former members, Tag gets his first glimpse of a fiery redheaded journalist bent on exploiting his personal life for the benefit of her readers. In order to protect his own personal interest and that of the club, Tag decides to take McKenna up on her offer. She’s going to get the guided tour of Club Destiny … and she’s going to get it from him.
Lucie’s life has never followed the path she envisioned for herself, and five years ago it veered off course again—this time after one erotic night of passion with the man she’d been captivated by since the day they’d met. Only Kane doesn’t remember that night, and until recently, he didn’t know it had resulted in the birth of a beautiful little girl. Now that he does, Lucie fears he won’t want anything to do with her because she kept it from him for so long.
Kane Steele had never known the type of rage he was consumed by when Lucie told him he was a father—and that she had kept his daughter a secret from him for nearly five years. Although he can’t remember the events of that fateful night, he can’t ignore his feelings for Lucie. Now, with the secret out and his relationship with his daughter on the mend, he finds he still can’t fight what he feels.