Waiting For It
Two words every game developer fears, and I’m living the horror of impossibly long work days, that bleed into weekends.
The only upside is spending a lot of that time with my sexy-as-sin boss. I probably shouldn’t get physical him, but the need for stress relief is real, and so is the size of his… desk.
Then word gets back to my best friend’s brother.
The guy whose house I practically grew up in. Who I thought saw me as a second sister. Talk about jealousy. Though I’m not sure if it’s toward me, or my boss. Apparently they hooked up a few times, too.
One thing leads to another leads to the three of us playing naked Twister without the mat.
Other Books By Allyson Lindt
Valkyrie's Legacy Series (Urban Fantasy)
Three Player Co-op (Ménage Romance)
Looking For It
Waiting For It
Asking For It
Running For It
Fighting For It
Game for Cookies Series (Ménage Romance)
Two Plus One (Ménage Romance)
3d20 Series (Ménage Romance)
Roll Against Trust
Roll Against Regret
Roll Against Discovery
Roll Against Betrayal
Subscribe, Live, Love Series (Ménage Romance)
Ubiquity Series (Urban Fantasy Reverse Harem)
Truth's Harem Series (Urban Fantasy Reverse Harem)
Ridden Hard (M/F Contemporary Romance)
Riding the Wave
Drive Me Wild
Love Equation (Contemporary Romance)
Charmed by the Geeks
Love Games (M/F Contemporary Romance)
Love Hack (M/F Contemporary Romance)
Hacking Wonderland (Suspense)
Reagan through the Looking Glass
The Hatter and the Hare
Painting the Roses Red
Null Equation (Dystopian Romance)
Stand Alone Titles
Seeking More (M/F New Adult Romance)
Destined for Temptation (Paranormal Romance)
I loved the characters but it took too long to get into the story. I’m not a gamer so that plot was wasted on me.
An OK read…
I read the entire story but could never really find a storyline that held my interest. The characters were just sort of bland. I really wanted to like them but I never got there. Dang
Fun and hot
I liked the deep gaming geek of the setting, I wish the male leads had enjoyed each other as much as Anne, just to keep things even.