Review for Leasing Love by Allyson Lindt



Trade show stunts. Melt-your-screen fan fiction. Tentacle Porn—Jordan and Chloe’s brash, geeky attitudes have made them tech-blog darlings. But as the media asks what’s next for the camera, the two find themselves wondering the same thing in the bedroom, and it's tearing their relationship apart. 

Liz is tired of doing what others expect for no good reason other than it’s expected. When she meets open and carefree Chloe and Jordan, she seizes the opportunity to explore the unknown and her sexuality. The three agree to one night of what turns out to be incredible, scorching sex. 

Then Jordan is falsely accused of assault, and everyone from his employer to the tabloids turn on him. Liz is the only person willing to stand by him and Chloe, and face the full-scale backlash. 

The clock is ticking toward annihilation for Jordan’s career as well as his relationship with Chloe, and Liz’s help could either be their saving grace or the final nail in their coffin. 

Leasing Love is an F/F/M romance with all sorts of pairings including M/F, F/F/M, and F/F. It's a stand-alone romance with an HEA, though it does reference events in Selling Seduction (Your Ad Here Book 1).

My Review

Allyson Lindt's "Leasing Love" is the second tale in the Your Ad Here series, but you could read it as a standalone. I loved it! Allyson write menages so very well! Hawt sexiness wrapped in a really good storyline. I couldn't put it down. I even read a couple of short stories related to the story! If you get the chance, read every little bit you can about Chloe & Jordan and Chloe & Jordan & Liz! Spank-a-thon! I can't wait to read #3 in the series!

5 out of 5 stars


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When Ian left for college. Mercy begged to go with him, so she could escape her life of probably-fatal-small-town-boredom. He refused.

Mercy found her own way out. More than a decade later, it will take her best friend’s wedding to bring her back to town for more than a layover. Mercy’s here for Liz. That won’t stop Mercy from teasing, tempting, and pushing Ian’s limits… Mostly to show him what he left behind. Only partly because he looks like a god in his tux.

The moment Ian sees Mercy—confident, stunning, and definitely all grown up—he wants a taste before she vanishes back to the big city. Then Liz discovers her fiancé is already married to someone else. Ian won’t add more heartbreak to his sister’s life by hitting on her best friend. Besides, Mercy’s advertising firm is competing with Ian’s for the same make-or-break-me contract.

Mercy and Ian are determined to go their separate ways, but fate has other plans. As they’re thrown together again and again, the temptation of forbidden fruit proves impossible to resist… but giving in could send their worlds, and the lives of those they care about most, spiraling out of control.





http://www.amazon.com/Selling-Seduction-GeekLove-Contemporary-Romance-ebook/dp/B01CN0F748

My Review of #1:

Allyson Lindt's "Selling Seduction" is the first tale in the Your Ad Here series. Allyson has done it again. So very sexy. Do *not* read this when you're somewhere that you can't stop to take care of business! OMG! Ian is hawt...an OCD chick's wet dream! I can't wait to read the rest of the series. I hope sweet Liz gets a sexy love in #2.

4.5 out of 5 stars


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Author Bio:

Allyson Lindt is part-time gamer, a full-time database developer, and a fuller-time contemporary and erotic romance author. Her books tend to feature geek heroes with a dash of alpha, and heroines who hold their own in a boardroom. Allyson loves a steamy happily-ever-after and helping deserving cubicle dwellers find their futures together.

Her #GeekLove Contemporary and Ménage Romance books all take place in the same contemporary world. While each series stands on its own, but readers' favorite characters, businesses, and places make appearances in other series.





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