Review for Roll Against Discovery (3d20 #3) by Allyson Lindt

When two gorgeous strangers, Evan and Trevor, offer to keep Kathryn company during 

an anime convention, she’s not letting her shy-self screw up the opportunity. She decides to be a 

new, bolder her. The hook-up leads to her posing for a set of scorching photos with Evan while 

Trevor mans the camera. Best. Decision. Ever. 

The more time she spends with them, both in private and public, the harder it becomes for 

Kathryn to ignore her attraction to the men, or to imagine going back to her old ways. If she 

doesn’t discover who she really is—shy, bold, or somewhere in between—and convince Trevor 

and Evan to do the same, the three will lose out on more than just incredible chemistry.

My Review

Allyson Lindt's "Roll Against Discovery" is the third story in the 3d20 series. This one starts out hot and just gets hotter! Evan and Trevor are both tasty bits of sexy candy! How I wish I was Kathryn! This time they meet at a geeky con. I just love the nerdy details in this series! Whatever Allyson is writing, I want to read it!

5 out of 5 stars


He tangled his fingers in my hair and yanked. Shock surged inside, filling me with a need 

for more. Of him. Of this. Of all of it. He forced his tongue in my mouth, and it danced with 

mine. A frantic dance for dominance. A drive to be closer.

He pulled back with a ragged gasp, held my head, and looked me in the eye. “Though 

you may not believe this”—a gravelly current undercut his words— “we really did only want 

pictures. But Christ, you’re hot. I need to be inside you.”

I nodded over his shoulder. “You’re sure Trevor doesn’t mind watching?” I didn’t have a 

problem with it. 

Evan kissed up my neck, a series of hard sucks and hungry nibbles, until he reached my 

earlobe. He caught the flesh between his teeth and tugged lightly, before letting go. “I’m sure 

he’d rather join in.” 

His words rumbled over my skin, and my brain jolted to a stop. It wasn’t as though the 

idea of multiple partners was a foreign one. Jackson was in a poly relationship. Except that was 

the big difference—he was committed to his partners. Besides, I was boring, shy Kathryn. This 

wasn’t the kind of opportunity that presented itself to me. Except apparently, it was. The idea of 

being with two guys at once, the fact it was about to become more than a fantasy, brought back 

my arousal full force.

“Are you okay with that?” Evan asked.

Logically, reasonably, in everyday life, I shouldn’t be. I couldn’t talk myself out of 

wanting it though. The entire idea made my body hum for more. “Absolutely.”


Just in case you missed it, here's my review of #1:

Allyson Lindt's "Roll Against Trust" is the amazing first story in the 3d20 series. It's excellent. I went right online and bought #2. I need more Allyson Lindt! It was an erotic read for geeks. More than just a spankfest (which it totally is a read one-handed book), it also has a good plot. For anyone who reads my reviews, you'll know that I don't give out many straight 5 ratings...this is the real deal!

5 out of 5 stars


Here's my review of #2:

Allyson Lindt's "Roll Against Regret" is the sexy second story in the 3d20 series. Again, this is a major turn on for geeky readers who like gaming and fucking. Jackson and Carter are both super hot! I couldn't pick either! I like the connections between #1 and #2 at the workplace. It's unusual that you can get so much good detail into a short story. I can't wait for #3 (Roll Against Discovery) to come out later this month!

5 out of 5 stars


About Allyson Lindt

Allyson Lindt is a full-time geek and a fuller-time contemporary romance author. She prefers that her geeky heroes come with the alpha expansion pack and adores a heroine who can hold her own in a boardroom. She loves a sexy happily-ever-after and helping deserving cubicle dwellers find their futures together.

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