Love Games is a series of stand-alone contemporary romance novels, with office romance, second chances, friends to lovers, and all your favorite ways to fall in love.
Scott McAllister’s attitude is as much a part of his software empire’s public image as its bestselling video games—there’s no way he’s letting his board of directors force him to behave just because someone might be watching.
Then he meets his new publicity manager. Kenzie Carter is gorgeous, intelligent, and organized to a fault. Having her around is the perfect excuse to get down and dirty during business hours, show her the appeal of embracing chaos, and still claim he’s complying with the board’s edict.
And as long as he doesn’t fall for the woman who’s supposed to make over his geeky exterior, he can pretend screwing around with her isn’t a conflict of interest.
Publisher’s Note: This book was previously released as Conflict of Interest (Version 2.0 Book 2) and has been edited and revised for this re-release.
They toed a line while he was deployed. Flirting. Dirty-Talk. Mutual self-gratification. Nothing was off limits. Now he’s back, and these best friends have to figure out where they stand.
Riley falls hard and fast for the guys she dates, and it never ends with the wedding bells she expects. Tired of the heartbreak and unsure she even knows what love is, she swears off unreliable things like dating and trying to find that elusive happily-ever-after spark.
Which is great, except she misses the physical part of being half a couple. Fortunately, now her best friend, Zane, is back from his military deployment, he offers to tie her up in the bedroom with no expectations.
Zane’s holding something back, and Riley sees how much the secret haunts him. If she can’t help him overcome his demons, their friendship and their no-strings playtime may not survive.
Publisher’s Note: This was previously released as Toeing the Line by Allyson Lindt. It has been revised and edited for this release.
Her best friend owns his own comic shop, respects her fandom, and offers to add a with benefits clause to their relationship, to distract her from the stresses of work. What more could a geek-girl ask for?
Tori thought being the head designer and co-owner of a cosplay-themed lingerie company meant a chance to create. Instead of coming up with new ideas of her own, she spends all her time drawing others’ concepts, and managing her half the corporation.
The pressure pushes her past the edge of frustration. Her best friend and Sunday afternoon movie buddy, Archer, offers her an outlet—sex, minus the emotional attachment. When getting off takes a graphically novel turn, Tori realizes dirty talk is a massive turn-on.
The rush of speaking her mind bleeds into the workplace, and the backlash leaves Tori staggering. On top of that, she hasn’t protected her heart from Archer as well as she intended. Now the novelty of saying what she thinks threatens to screw Tori out of her job and her closest friend.
Publisher’s Note: This was previously released as Graphically Novel by Allyson Lindt.