Save vs. attraction.
I’m a grown adult, and if I want to play Towers & Tyrants, no one is going to stop me. In fact, I’m going to TowerCon this year to find a game, and Finn O’Roarke has just offered to pop my cherry.
Er, my geeky cherry.
Wow, that doesn’t sound any better at all.
Thank god Finn is a professional. He’s been a celebrity gamemaster for the last few years now. I’m really lucky he offered me a spot at his table—people normally have to sign up months in advance to get a piece of that action.
His game, oh my god, not him.
Look, no one can blame me for getting ideas. The moment Finn shot me that deliciously irresistible smile and asked me out to lunch, I was doomed. I hope it’s not a crime to admire your gamemaster’s butt?
Someone hand me a d20 and shut me up already, please.
Dating & Dragons is the first novel in the Dating & Dragons romance series, though all of the novels can be read as standalones. This spicy contemporary romance is perfect for gamers who play Dungeons & Dragons, and it has a guaranteed happy ending. The story is novella-length, for a quick afternoon read.