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About the Author
- ASIN : B01HUIMJJO
- Publication date : September 7, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 340 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 206 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #446,111 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I loved the hero. Even with the long hair and beard. He had his issues but his time in Alaska taught him some valuable lessons and he knew what he wanted in life and was willing to work for it. I loved Lucy. She is every little dog out there. She brought a lot of laughs into the story. This one had it all. A little sadness for a messed up childhood, romance between the main characters, humor as these two learn to navigate around Flo, etc. it was a fun and entertaining read. One reviewer said it was a short read at 4 hours. Everyone sees things differently. 4 hours is a long read for me. If the story is good, I rarely check the reading time. The story was long enough to get the story told in a believable way and to have a good outcome with a feel good feeling when you finish. I definitely recommend it. I liked the fact that there was no bad guy, no drugs or mafia, stalker or crazy ex. It was just a fun read with a lot of laugh out loud moments.
I was not paid for this review. I am not a writer nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 7/4/18 Strange thing - this book had two different covers. The one on this site and then a totally different one delivered to my iPad.
I just don't like it. It is another 'I'm the man and know what's best for the little lady so she better two the line' stories! She shouldn't get angry, ask questions, get dirty... Anger is a healthy emotion. Bottling it up leads to problems. Her father led her to believe that she would be taking over his business when she finished school. Then, he changes it at the last second. He pretty much set up an arranged marriage for her. I just can't believe she would let all of this go with little to no anger/emotion.
Chris is a chauvinist. He admitted he was a flight risk multiple times but gets upset when Heather keeps calling him out on it. How is she supposed to believe otherwise if he never takes the time to explain himself but instead turns it around to be her fault?! He calls her silly & not to worry her pretty head about it. Really! And through it all, she wasn't allowed to be upset. Hello Stepford.
Where are anyone's friends? We met one briefly. What is the point of Estelle? There are many questions with too few answers. So my search for real grows and heroines continues...
Wow! I really loved this book. I don't know how they do it but Samantha Chase and Noelle Adams really make a great book and an even better writing team.
In Roommating we are introduced to a new series. In this story, the authors introduce us to Heather Carver and Chris Dole. In Roommating Heather helps her father with his business. Heather struggles with abandonment issues. Heather plans to take over her father's business so he can retire. Chris comes home after running away for three years to take over the business so Tom Carver can retire. Tom Carver tells Heather and Chris that they can have the business but they have to live together for 6 months. When Heather and Chris agree to Tom's conditions and move in together things begin to heat up.
I really enjoyed this book. This was a great first read to a new series. I really enjoyed reading Heather and Chris story. Not only did the authors introduce us to the town and to Heather and Chris we got to meet some other secondary characters. I really loved the dog Miss Lucy and Heather and Chris neighbor Estelle. Estelle made me laugh at times. Roommating was a well developed and well-written story. I loved everything about this book. I can not wait to read the other books in this series.
I highly recommend this book. I give it a five-star rating. This is a must read.
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Heather and Chris were an item a long time ago but are no longer. Now her Dad is looking for a successor to his company, and Heather comes back to town for the job. But it's not hers exclusively.... Chris is also involved. They need to prove they can play nice together else the company will be sold and what better way to prove it than to live together for 6 months without killing each other...