Done Deal (The Boardroom, #0.5)

Done Deal (The Boardroom) by [Aicher, Lynda]

Print Length: 56 pages / Publisher: Carina Press (October 1, 2017)

Publication Date: October 30, 2017 / Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.

Author: Lynda Aicher / Series: The Boardroom


Power. Wealth. Respect. 

The members of the Boardroom share these things—and more—in this new erotic romance series from Lynda Aicher, author of the bestselling Wicked Play books 

In the Boardroom, exhilarating pleasures happen after-hours. 

At night, behind the closed doors of the Boardroom, it’s members only. Stripped of their inhibitions, Bay Area moguls are free to indulge their most extreme fantasies, and business becomes pleasure.

Never in his dirtiest dreams did CEO Trevor James expect to see Danielle Stables on the guest list.

There’d always been something unspoken between them—a spark yet to ignite. An inscrutable and defiant player in the firm, Danielle exudes power and secrets. Tonight she is going to surrender. No strings. No judgments. No boundaries.

By dawn, the games between them will have only just begun.

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Done Deal is a short novella to introduce the full-length novel coming our way in 2018. Not much happened in this book. There wasn’t even an introduction of the characters. A few discussions, then onto what the main subject was about. Then the book just ended.
However, we did see that two of the main characters will have a long road ahead of them before the HEA. Otherwise, Done Deal put a whole new meaning to the phrase “Wham Bam Thank You, Mam”

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Lynda Aicher

Lynda Aicher

Lynda Aicher is an RWA RITA Award finalist and RT Reviewers’ Choice winner who loves to write emotionally charged erotic romances. She spent years traveling weekly as a consultant implementing computer software into global companies until she opted to end 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 of being a mom, wife, chauffeur, scheduler, cook, teacher, cleaner and mediator. If writing wasn’t a priority, it wouldn’t get done.

To learn more about Lynda, please visit her website at: http://lyndaaicher.com

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