Every once in awhile you get handed a book that gives you a mixture of emotions. Books like these are easy to get lost in waiting to find out what the next turn is. That is exactly what you get here with Just Roommates by Charity Farrell.
The plot of this book is – The first time I meet Maliki Bridges, I’m eighteen, and he kicks me out of his bar.
Two years later, he does it again.
He’s the town’s hottest bartender.
He thinks I’m a spoiled rich girl.
I think he has a stick up his ass.
Once I’m old enough to drink, we become friends.
Nothing more …
Until we become roommates.
It’s a bad idea, moving in with him, but any opportunity I get to be around him I’ll take.
Consequences be damned.
My View– When I first sat to write this review all I could focus on was the feeling you get of frustration when you see something coming and then it hits and you get that pause in your breath. In this book, that moment hit hard and I held my breath to see where it would go from there.
Now that some time has passed, I can truly see it for more than just that. It became a book that I can still vividly remember reading and that breath hitching moment is just as strong looking back.
I highly recommend checking this book out so click here to pick it up… plus, that cover..