REVIEW: Roll Against Trust by Allyson Lindt


The line between fantasy and reality blurs when a late night gaming session goes from playful to smoldering.

Tasha’s not looking for love, but she doesn’t mind just looking… and maybe a little fantasizing. Her two best friends and weekend AD& D buddies, Seth and Ryan, are the perfect guest stars in her fantasies. When a late night gaming session with the three goes from silly to verbally scorching in an instant, Tasha wonders if her imagination is enough to keep her satisfied long term.

Then her ex’s money mismanagement catches up to her in the form of draining her bank account, her job is threatened by a mistake that points to Ryan, and Seth takes his side. If Tasha can’t move past her trust issues long enough to uncover the truth—both with herself and the men she’s falling for—she’ll wind up broken-hearted and just plain broke.

Title:  Roll Against Trust
Series:  3d20
Book #: 1
Author:  Allyson Lindt
Approximate Book Length:  64 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit


This was a delightfully naughty read that dives right in from the very beginning. The nerd factor was cute. The romance was full of tension with Seth being a little self-sacrificing, Ryan being a little rough around the edges, and Tasha being a little naïve. They work together when they can relax and get it together. I would’ve liked to see a little more exploration from the guys, but I still loved them. The plot was a little unsatisfying, but I can imagine better down the road a bit. Honestly, the plot was barely there for me – I only had eyes for our trio!

Bottom Line:

Roll Against Trust is a short sweet and dirty read. I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to more from this author!