Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Please welcome guest Lynda Aicher!

Her new book sounds hot and for those of you who enjoy erotic romances this is right up your ally!


Lynda Aicher has always loved to read. It’s a simple fact that has been true since she discovered the words of Judy Blume at the age of ten. After years of weekly travel as a consultant 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 of being a mom, wife, chauffeur, scheduler, cook, teacher, volunteer, cleaner and mediator. If writing wasn’t a priority, it wouldn’t get done.

What I get out of Writing

I got my very first diary when I was nine years old. It was a small thing, with little half pages for each day to write my deepest, darkest secrets. I have to confess, I was hooked immediately. Those tiny scribbles of words provided an escape from those silly emotions and thoughts that had nowhere else to go. It was freeing and fun and that was when writing became a release for me.

I wrote in a diary almost every night until I was twenty-five. Having a place to purge my feelings got me through the ups and downs of adolescence, the breakups with too many boyfriends, my first kiss, my first love, my first time and all of the good and bad in between. Writing my emotions down was so much easier than talking about them. Knowing nobody but me would ever see them, was amazingly freeing.

I had no idea at the time how therapeutic that actually was. I still have every one of those diaries, but I have never reread any of them. There are at least twelve of them stuffed in the bottom of my nightstand drawer, each holding a year snapshot of my life.

To this day, when my I get stressed and my emotions are eating away at me, I pick up a pen and start to write. Or open a new page on my computer and let the words fly out. Do I still keep all of these soul purging’s? No, because the process of letting everything out is all I really need. But sometimes, they do find a way of ending up on the pages of my books.

So, do you keep a diary?

Bonds of Need
Book 2 in the Wicked Play Series
by Lynda Aicher


When Kendra Morgan attends a party at an exclusive sex club, she's not driven by mere curiosity. Hoping to prove she's put the past behind her, Kendra must instead face up to needs she's denied for too long. Despite her lingering fears, she can't resist the temptation to play…

Deklan Winters has had his eye on his attractive neighbor for months, but only senses Kendra is no stranger to the BDSM scene when she walks into his club. And he can tell that's not her only secret. What surprises him is his own overwhelming desire to give her what she craves—and to show her a side to the Dom/sub relationship she's never known.

With Deklan's guidance, Kendra begins to accept her forbidden needs and to recognize the fine line between pleasure and pain. But when her former Master returns to reclaim her, it will take all her courage—and all of Deklan's love—to defy her past.



The bag taunted her. All glossy and black, with blood red letters embossed in an elegant script proclaiming the store name. It was a simple bag, really. A standard rectangle with rope handles in the style used by most clothing stores. Yet Kendra Morgan couldn’t stop staring at it.

She moved to the right, edging around the end of her bed as if a different angle would change the effect. The shift in position caused the overhead light to glare against the shiny coating blurring the lettering, but the name was already imprinted in her mind.

If she was honest, and she was trying to be that now, it wasn’t the bag itself that mocked her. No, it was the items inside that beckoned her in a silent whisper of repressed longing.

Kendra hugged herself as she struggled against her continuous inner battle. The one that waged between the desire to wear the garments and the repulsion that came with the thought of putting them on. But there was no denying the residual excitement building within her at the thought of the night to come. Of once again being in that environment surrounded by the sounds, smells and sights of forbidden acts and deviant desires played out.

Despite all reason and arguments against it, her body still responded. Her nipples ached for the pinch of a clamp and even now tingled with longing. It was a hunger that burned in her core and begged for release.

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Lynda will be awarding a $50 Gift Card to Amazon, B&N or Allromance ebooks, Winner's Choice, to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour. Follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found here:


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting

Lyra L7 said...

Hallo Lynda,
I like Kendra and like Oscar Wilde said: I can resist anything but temptation, so I'm going to indulge mine and read this story soon. :)

lyra.lucky7 AT gmail dot com

MomJane said...

I think this may be hot and spicy, but there is a sensitive side to it.

Lynda Aicher said...

Thank you for hosting me today! It's great to be here.

Anas said...

Lynda could you tell me more about the m/m romance book you are planing to write?

moonsurfer123 at gmail dot com

Lynda Aicher said...

Anas - I just submitted a M/M novella for a Christmas Anthology that is Evan & Richard's (condo couple from Bonds of Trust) falling in love story. Also, book #5 in this series is a M/M story. I'm starting to write that book now.

Ami said...

Will the m/m novella be also from the same publisher as this one?


Lena said...

Great excerpt! I'm looking forward to read more of this!

lennascloud at gmail dot com

Lynda Aicher said...

Ami - Yes, but it was submitted as part of an open call, so I have to wait and see if they want to include it. I have my fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

Hooray for the m/m (my favorite!), but this looks great, too!


laura troxel said...

Love finding a new book to read.

Chelsea B. said...

I do keep a diary. Two, actually. One for my everyday life, and another for the weird dreams I have at night. It's weird looking back through them, because you forget them so easilly... After awhile, it's almost like reading a story you've never read before :-)


Catherine Lee said...

Do you think you'll ever go back and read those old hand written diaries? I tried a couple of times, but never stuck with it for very long. I also tried almost 15 years ago when I was diagnosed with leukemia...I tried to journal then, but it was kind of erratic and sporadic. I chalked it up to chemo-brain!
catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

Mary Preston said...

I have never wanted to pen my deepest thoughts, or any thoughts for that matter. I like the privacy of my head.


Rhonda D said...

I can't wait to read this book. I wonder what happened between her and her first Master. The blurb has definitely left me intrigued. Thanks for sharing!
Rhonda D
slinkydennis @

Shannon R said...

I don't keep a diary but I could really see how it could be theraputic. I used to keep an online journal when I was younger to get out all my thoughts

fencingromein at hotmail dot com

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