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Graphically Novel: A #GeekLove Contemporary Romance (Love Hashtagged Book 3) by [Lindt, Allyson]
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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 book was previously released as Learning New Tricks (Bits & Bytes book 3) and has been revised and edited for this re-release

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  • Publisher: Acelette Press; 2 edition (Feb. 12 2016)
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I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This is Archer's book. Archer has been around since the beginning of the series - he was Riley's on-again, off-again he proposed and she run away former boyfriend. He and Riley and Zach (they were book #3). Anyways, in this book Archer is trying to figure out how he turned into such a douchebag idiot. Really, he did. I did not like him in any of the previous books and I was actually quite dubious when Allyson told me that he was the "hero" of this story. I did not think that even she could redeem this guy. Well I was wrong. She has redeemed him enough - just enough and he needs a lot of work but Tori is up to the task - that he is no longer a hopeless idiot. He is now a guy, in love, who realizes he does not deserve this woman who loves him and will spend the rest of his life becoming a man worthy of this amazing woman.

Tori has also been around in a couple of books. She is a seamstress and more importantly, a costume designer and a fantastic one. She is also an overworked, seriously stressed, hopelessly bullied, talented IT person who works with and for some of the rudest and stupidest people I have ever read. Really Allyson outdid herself in creating a workplace so toxic. Quite impressive.

Archer and Tori come together first in curiosity, then in an experiment (of sorts) to see if they can be in a pleasurable sexual relationship and still maintain their friendship without creating any further emotional attachments. Archer is terrified of a relationship because he doesn't understand what he did wrong with Riley so he feels he is doomed to repeat that dead-end romance.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1e68780) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
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HASH(0xa1a5efd8) out of 5 stars Oh my...how I love Archer and Tori! March 15 2016
By Brian's Mom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I swear I’ve NEVER wanted to slap someone upside their head in a book more than I did Archer. Talk about someone who didn’t have a clue, put his foot in his mouth and generally just a bonehead. Its bad enough that he was still a bit hung up on Riley but to drive the knife that much more in Tori’s heart at times…Grrrr….again, I really wanted to hurt him.

Poor Tori. That girl had it rough on the work side. I agreed with everything that she did in regards to her job and I’m glad that she finally spoke up. Sometimes being passive in your work just doesn’t cut it. It showed real character growth for Tori. What I didn’t get was her wishy washy on the costumes. It takes real talent to be able to sew costumes and she does it well.

I have to bring up Riley in this review. While I loved her before, I really showed a major dislike for her in Archer’s story. I know, she was necessary but egging on Archer in the stairwell…Ugh! She did redeem herself with Tori in the end and I liked how we got an ending to her’s and Zane’s story. One thing about Zane…I’m still in love with him. So Alpha when it came to Riley and the scenes with Archer were well done, too.

Please keep in mind that this book has way more smexy times and more graphic than Riley and Zane’s story. It's needed to show how just having hawt times can lead to the more confusing emotions that creep up. And wow, just wow…Archer and Tori had a lot of confusion between them and some. What was interesting though was how Ms. Lindt dealt with Archer first. She did an excellent job of making him look in the mirror and realize just how different his relationships were between Riley and Tori. When he finally figured it out, I fist pumped.

Tori was a mess when it came to her emotions about Archer. She took a little longer than Archer but hey…when you overhear a conversation between your lover and his ex-lover…I’d be confused too. Honestly, I think her talk with Riley really helped her finally figure everything out.

Overall, Ms. Lindt has written a beautiful friends to lovers book that shows the good, the bad and the ugly times that it takes for two people to fall in love. Throw in an ex, job woes, a hero that can’t keep his mouth shut and a heroine that you know is just the right person for the hero and BAM, you have Graphically Novel. I can’t wait to see what else Ms. Lindt has up her sleeve for me to read.

*I received this for my opinion and I was not paid for it. Its my opinion.*
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1772048) out of 5 stars Fell apart so fast May 27 2016
By SmokyLady - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I was kinda feeling this book in the beginning. So there were a few weird, uncomfortable relationships (the book opens with Asher throwing his ex-fiancé and her new fiancé an engagement party during which he spends his time mooning over her). And Tori is a people pleaser to the point of being incapable of being around confrontation. But that was ok because she wasn't annoying and whiny about it and she didn't break down, you just get to watch her stumble through growing a backbone. The no-strings was fun, but it seems like the whole time Asher was just really really hung up on his ex. There were way too many unresolved questions and emotions from that relationship to make me feel like anything he actually felt for Tori was genuine. Plus, the writing seemed to fall apart the last quarter of the book. There were unclear thoughts, conversations that were completely unfollow-able, and the entire end seemed rushed, like everything was thrown into place without much thought or editing just so there was a HEA. I was set on giving this book at least two more stars until it just fell right out from under me. I don't know if this was a series, it definitely read like the reader was supposed to be familiar with the other couples in the book, but I would not read any other books that go with this one.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1772324) out of 5 stars wonderful May 19 2016
By Kaila - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I am really enjoing a series that is more toward geeks and nerds. The speech is a bit odd at times for me but only because I'm not a computer geek lol. The storyline is amazing though and so much fun to read. I have laughed so much while reading this and fallen in love with the characters. Amazing and im so glad i got to review it
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1772834) out of 5 stars Oh what Tricks to learn Yummy May 19 2015
By Bambi - Published on Amazon.com
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In Book 3 of this series Ms. Lindt has out done herself. I am completely in love with her writing from computer geek, roll playing games, comic nerd, Hacker to cosplay she hits all the best things in this world. I adore the story lines and how they deal with with issues and have to work through self doubt and learning things aren't always what they seem. I have become a dedicated follower of her work and wait impatiently to read the next coming out. Her books take me back to the life i loved being a teen and young adult and it is a extreme joy to read.

“I’m game.”
It was as if those two words broke some kind of rein. The gentle touch was gone, and his low growl rolled through her. He tangled his fingers in her hair, tugged her head back, and crushed his lips to hers. She whimpered at the sudden hunger. She wanted to be closer, to feel more, to taste him completely.

Archer runs the local Comic book store and after watching his 2 best friends one being his ex fall in love he has nothing but doubt as to what his life has become. Tori had been there for years but when the take it to the next level in to what was suppose to be no strings, it winds up being heartstrings that attached. How can he get past why didn't his relationship before work? What did he do wrong?

Tori is a workaholic and has no back bone to stand up for herself. Archer and her hang out when ever they can but when things go to the next level can she handle the fall out that doubt causes. Will Tori get her back bone and fight for the man she wants? Or will the past consume it all?

Can Archer and Tori find a way to make things work by Learning New Tricks?

It’ll be fine.”
“I don’t want fine.” He nipped her earlobe, breath hot and demanding on her skin. “I want every moan and gasp to be sincere.” He shoved her shirt higher, thumb running along her stomach. “Tell me what I have to do to make you scream.”
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1772108) out of 5 stars Another successful geek romance! March 7 2014
By Heather Hand - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This is Archer's book. Archer has been around since the beginning of the series - he was Riley's on-again, off-again he proposed and she run away former boyfriend. He and Riley and Zach (they were book #3 ). Anyways, in this book Archer is trying to figure out how he turned into such a douchebag idiot. Really, he did. I did not like him in any of the previous books and I was actually quite dubious when Allyson told me that he was the "hero" of this story. I did not think that even she could redeem this guy. Well I was wrong. She has redeemed him enough - just enough and he needs a lot of work but Tori is up to the task - that he is no longer a hopeless idiot. He is now a guy, in love, who realizes he does not deserve this woman who loves him and will spend the rest of his life becoming a man worthy of this amazing woman.

Tori has also been around in a couple of books. She is a seamstress and more importantly, a costume designer and a fantastic one. She is also an overworked, seriously stressed, hopelessly bullied, talented IT person who works with and for some of the rudest and stupidest people I have ever read. Really Allyson outdid herself in creating a workplace so toxic. Quite impressive.

Archer and Tori come together first in curiosity, then in an experiment (of sorts) to see if they can be in a pleasurable sexual relationship and still maintain their friendship without creating any further emotional attachments. Archer is terrified of a relationship because he doesn't understand what he did wrong with Riley so he feels he is doomed to repeat that dead-end romance. Tori has never enjoyed any of the sexual encounters she has had in previous relationships, even when she has waited until she had "feelings" for the person so it would "be special". Archer sets out to prove to Tori that you can enjoy a sexual relationship in a non-emotional context and to try and find some self-confidence in his relationship skills so that when the "right woman" comes along he is prepared for whatever it is he has to do.

As we watch Tori and Archer stumble through, sometimes quite painfully, this landmine laden "relationship" they have embarked on we are treated to the usual wit and unusual pass times enjoyed in these books. Some of the previous characters pop up to provide distractions and there are new and interesting people that we meet that we hope stick around till further books.

All in all this was another successful "geek romance" - the hero is not a handsome billionaire and the heroine is not his secretary or driver or the bank teller he meets one day. These are two relatively normal adults trying to make it in their crazy world and hoping it is better together.