Sale! Allyson Lindt's Your Ad Here Series

Allyson Lindt's Your Ad Here Series is on Sale!

If you haven't had a chance to check out this series yet, now's the perfect time. With Selling Seduction (Book 1) free, and Renting Romance (Book 4) only $.99, you can get the entire set for under $9! Grab them individually, or pick up all four books in a single box set.

Selling Seduction
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, Mercy is 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.
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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 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

Leasing Love
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.
When Liz meets open and carefree Chloe and Jordan, she seizes the opportunity to explore the unknown and her sexuality.
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My Review of #2:

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

Auctioning Affection
Jonathan’s childhood ended the day Bailey got engaged.
When Jonathan is named executor of his grandmother’s estate, he refuses to let show how much her passing hurts, for fear of losing himself. He returns to the sleepy little town where she lived in the Florida Keys to find it hasn’t changed in thirteen years, but Bailey has. His best friend has grown up, has a body that’s non-stop distraction, and isn’t happy to see him.
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My Review of #3:

Allyson Lindt's "Auctioning Affection" is the third tale in the Your Ad Here series, but you can read it as a standalone. It's a sweet love story...feels like a little like Meredith Wild's Hacker series and "The Goonies" wrapped together. The elements are all there for a great tale. Like "The Notebook," but less sad and with hotter sex! A dash of "Sweet Home Alabama" in there too. Love, love, love! I can't wait to read the next installment about Andrew. 

5 out of 5 stars

Renting Romance He's a porn kingpin, she's a virgin... and his best friend's younger sister. It's a pairing directly off one of his fetish sites. He promised to keep his distance, but no one else can help her get over her public performance issues when it comes to her ballet.
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My Review for #4:

Allyson Lindt's "Renting Romance" is the fourth tale in the Your Ad Here series. I was waiting to find out more about Andrew. I love how broken he is. He has a lot of depth to his character, and many different issues to overcome. Lots of sexy chemistry. I love his descriptions of can tell he is truly enamored with her. I had to go start reading "Boarding Buddies" (the story of Andrew & Mercy's past, which you can get through the author's newsletter) right away. 

5 out of 5 stars


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