What’s your pleasure?
From Lynda Aicher, author of the bestselling Wicked Play books, comes an exclusive invitation to the Boardroom—where working late has its rewards.
The Boardroom. After hours, it’s where Bay Area moguls indulge their fantasies. Ties are loosened. Inhibitions, too.
Assistant Avery Fast watched from a distance, mouth gaping, blood roaring wildly in her ears as she stared at the naked woman on the table before her. At executive Carson Haggert ordering a man to pleasure her. It made her feel guilty, embarrassed…and hot.
Carson watched and waited. Waited for Avery to notice him in the Boardroom. Waited for her to like what she saw. Waited to see what she’d do the next day. And the next. He couldn’t let her go—not when she’d seen what goes on in the Boardroom. He couldn’t stop thinking about the desire in her eyes, the flush on her cheeks, her obvious arousal.
Getting her to join was easy. But now Carson wants Avery all to himself.
This book is approximately 76,000 words
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Aicher's outstanding second Boardroom erotic contemporary romance (after Done Deal) is unapologetically sexy: m nage, voyeurism, and exhibitionism are the order of the day. When executive assistant Avery Fast accidentally stumbles upon after-hours sex games in her San Francisco office's upscale boardroom, she's shocked, but it doesn't take long for her to get turned on. The m nage scene would be hot enough on its own, but viewing it and commanding it is Carson Haggert, her company's extremely attractive CTO. After his parents' painful divorce, Carson vowed to never fall in love, but he's happy to enjoy some no-strings kinky sex. As Avery's inhibitions tumble, so do the sturdy walls around Carson's heart. But with one major error, Carson may lose Avery forever. Carson stands out among the genre's many moody money men, and Avery is a compelling mix of naive and hot-blooded. Red-hot love scenes are peppered with positive messages about enjoying sexuality and overcoming societal shame. This is one office readers will want to visit repeatedly.