Seduction: A Club Destiny Novel, Book 3
|Narrated By:||Ava Erickson, Patrick Leigh|
|Date:||23 February 2015|
As the Club Destiny series heats up, New York Times bestselling author Nicole Edwards delivers a steamy, erotic tale of lust and seduction.
Ashleigh Thomas might have made the biggest mistake of her life. Uprooting life as she knew it, moving back to Dallas to be closer to her family, she finds herself much closer to the one man who she had never been able to say no to. Attempting to hide the fact that she moonlights as an erotic romance author, she quickly finds herself in his arms and his bed, hoping he’ll fulfill some of those deep, dark desires she has always written about but never experienced for herself.
Alex McDermott has spent the better part of a decade trying to convince himself to stay away from the alluring Ashleigh, but when she moves back home, he finds he’s no longer willing to resist the overwhelming desire she inspires in him. But he’s got a secret too—one that might just push Ashleigh out of his life for good. And that’s something he’s not willing to let happen. It doesn’t take long for the heat between them to ignite into a wildfire of lust, but can they stop hiding from each other and, more importantly, stop holding back?
Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, her first global outing came at the 2003 World Youth Championships in Athletics in Sherbrooke where she reached the semi-finals of the 800 metres. After graduating from high school, she went to the United States to study at the University of Michigan. Competing for the Michigan Wolverines, she had success with the college's relay team, which included a collegiate record double in the 4×800 metres relay and 4×1500 metres relay at the 2007 Penn Relays. At the following year's event, Edwards ran the meet's second fastest ever distance medley relay with the Michigan team, and repeated the same feat in the 4 × 1500 m relay.
The 2010 season marked a breakthrough into the senior national track team. She was selected for the 1500 metres at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships, but she did not manage to make the event final. She earned selection for the combined Americas team at the 2010 IAAF Continental Cup and won the silver medal in the 1500 m, finishing ahead of her more experienced American counterpart Christin Wurth-Thomas. She also gained selection for the Canadian athletics team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
She married fellow University of Michigan graduate Antonio Sifuentes in 2011.
In 2012, Nicole Sifuentes made her first Canadian Olympic team, where she reached the semifinals. She also finished 19th in the Women's 1500m at the great tourmament of Kyoto, in Japan.
Nicole Sifuentes finished 4th at 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships, and after a DQ, was promoted to bronze after the 3rd-place finisher, Rababe Arafi, made contact with Heather Kampf, resulting in Kampf's fall.
In July 2016 she was officially named to Canada's Olympic team.