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Cubicle Dwellers
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Contemporary Romance Author
Allyson Lindt

...is a full-time geek, and an even fuller-time contemporary romance author. She was lucky enough to marry her muse and soul mate. Their cats are their children, and when they’re not spending way too much time gaming, they’re building new worlds together. She loves a sexy happily-ever-after and helping deserving cubicle dwellers find their futures together.

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Your Ad Here is a series of contemporary romance novels where everything is for sale, from advertising, to gaming, to debauchery. The only thing without a price tag is love.

Selling SeductionSelling Seduction

His temptation. His undoing. His Mercy.

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.

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Leasing LoveLeasing Love

Jordan and Chloe left their mark on the gaming world at twenty years old. Each new trade show stunt—from a fake marriage proposal to taking overbearing corporate egos down a notch—kept the brash, geeky couple in the spotlight as tech blog darlings.

Leasing Love is an FFM menage romance, including FF and MF scenes.

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Auctioning AffectionAuctioning Affection

Jonathan Woodhouse is too busy starting an angel investor firm with his business partners to think about things like relationships and romance, but love doesn’t wait for the end of office hours.

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Renting RomanceRenting Romance

Andrew Newton owns one of the largest chains of adult content sites in the world. Spending his days looking at dirty pictures should be the ultimate dream, but only one woman matters. Mercy Rowe is the one who got away. When he’s invited to her wedding, he sees the chance to put the past behind him. He doesn’t expect her younger sister Susan to be far more trouble, temptation, and innocence than Mercy ever was.

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