Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Review: Signed Over (Boardroom Memo #2) by Lynda Aicher

"Bailey belongs to me." - Jacob Anders

Signed Over
Series: Boardroom Memo #2
Author: Lynda Aicher
Publisher: Carina Press
Published: July 16, 2018
Source: Publisher

Buy Links: Amazon - Barnes & Noble - iBooks - Kobo - Google Play
Add to Goodreads

No limits. No refusals. No out.
She’d be his—for one night.

Bailey Brown wants more. More risk. More passion. Her experiences in the Boardroom—open, hedonistic sex with trusted but anonymous members—have been exciting, but that feeling is back. The one that pushes her, dares her to do more, risk more.

Jacob Anders has always been the Boardroom’s go-to guy—caring and thoughtful, he fulfills other people’s fantasies. It’s a role that suits his caretaker needs, even if it’s one that sometimes requires him to ignore the ache of his own desires.

But now Bailey is offering him everything he’s ever wanted. Total control. Absolute trust. It’s a heady feeling, and a huge responsibility.

How far will he go, and will it be enough?

I am addicted to this series. I freaking love a hero in a suit, so the idea of a group of businessmen (and women) belonging to a sex club that takes place in a boardroom is sexy as all hell. I had no clue Lynda wrote another Boardroom Memo until just a few days ago. And it is Jacob's novella! I enjoyed Jacob as a secondary character in previous books, so I was happy that he's front and center. I also loved that Signed Over was actually a bit kinkier than the previous books in the series. I love that there are different kinds of kink that are being explored throughout the series. Overall, this was a fun little addition to a very sexy series. Plus it tides me over until the next book comes out in August.

Apologies for the short review. The summer heat has zapped all of my creative flow and I'm trying to get back on track. I'll be back soon with a full length review. Stay cool!

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.

No comments:

Post a Comment