Friends With Extra Benefits (Friends With Benefits Book 4)
If your link for book four does not work it means the Friends with Benefits series is now available exclusively on Amazon and can be read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited.
If you don’t own a Kindle, Amazon has a Kindle App for every device. If that does not work for you and you want to stick with your same reading app, I have a more explicit and erotic version of the next three series books available on all the other major retailers. With these expanded versions, published under my Ian Dalton pen name, you get all the same hilarious comedy and drama found in the Luke versions, but just a tad more of the erotic play by play. Each one is about 10% longer than the Luke version. That’s even better, right?
I hope you’ll continue on with Second Thoughts, which is an expanded version of Friends with Extra Benefits. You can find the links for the book on all the sites here.
Friends With Extra Benefits, the fourth installment in the best-selling Friends With Benefits series, is part romantic suspense, legal thriller, medical drama, steamy romp, and screwball comedy.
After returning from her destination wedding, Jillian prepares to defend herself, and her best-selling book, against her husband’s vengeful ex-girlfriend. Seductions, lies, embarrassment and witness tampering are just some of the surprises in the wacky trial. When Jillian’s son Rob disappears, his unstable boss or his new girlfriend might be to blame and her husband, Brian, sets out to solve the mystery.
As Jillian’s best friend Victoria goes into labor, the baby’s father, the much-younger man she turned away for his own good, returns to town for the event. When Jim brings his girlfriend along with him, the love triangle suddenly gets even more complicated.
Containing summaries of all three earlier books, Friends With Extra Benefits is also a great place to join the series. Come to know this wild, fun and amazing group of characters who share far too much with one another and where no dare, practical joke or topic of conversation is off-limits.