Monday, May 14, 2018

Review: Blind Trust (The Boardroom #2) by Lynda Aicher

"You're the only woman I want. Anywhere." - Ryan Burns

Blind Trust
Series: The Boardroom #2
Author: Lynda Aicher
Publisher: Carina Press
Published: May 14, 2018
Source: Publisher

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A blindfold. Four men intent on only her pleasure. Knowing she’s being watched. It’s her ultimate erotic fantasy—and it’s really happening.

Brighton Wakeford has played by the rules her entire life. From her country-club upbringing to her job as a paralegal, she’s the image of propriety and class. And she’s tired of it.

An invitation to the Boardroom is Brighton’s chance to transform. Here she’s Brie—free to explore her wildest cravings, her most scandalous desires.

As the lawyer for the exclusive Boardroom club, Ryan Burns knows confidentiality is vital. As a member, he gets off on the controlled ecstasy, the exhilarating balance of trust and power. So when he recognizes a beautiful, blindfolded and very willing new participant as a coworker, he knows he should back off. Brighton Wakeford is business. The Boardroom is about pleasure.

But the rules are about to change.

So let me set the scene a bit. There I was reading contemporary after contemporary (and loving them, btw) when I started craving something a bit naughtier. After scrolling through my upcoming arcs, I came across two erotic romances, both from Carina Press. One of the books was Blind Trust, the 2nd book in Lynda Aicher's The Boardroom series. Holy fuck, this book was friggin' hot. The whole idea of the Boardroom and heroines discovering their sexuality is freaking amazing. I loved the characters Brie and Ryan. I loved that they're both flawed and wounded. Following their journey towards self-awareness and learning about themselves made them so damn lovable. Watching them break down each other's barriers. Their chemistry, sexual tension... Let's just say it was love at first page for me. 

I am loving this series. There's something about these characters leaving their inhibitions at the door that keeps me coming back for more. I want to see how Lynda ups the game in the next book. Will it be sexier? How can it get sexier? Will it finally be Trevor's book? Will Jacob get one? All questions I cannot wait to see if they are answered. 

Lynda Aicher has always loved to read. After years of weekly travel implementing computer software into global companies, she ended her nomadic lifestyle to raise her two children. Now her imagination is her only limitation on where she can go and her writing lets her escape from the daily duties as a mom, wife, chauffeur, scheduler, cook, teacher, volunteer, cleaner and mediator.

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