Wrong Bed, Right Roommate
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Accidental Love Series
*can be read as a standalone*
It’s not every day you wake up to a stranger getting into your bed.
Only, he isn’t a stranger at all, he’s my best friend’s hot older brother…and apparently my new roommate.
But that’s easier said than done.
Shawn Lassiter is the kind of distraction I don’t need.
First he accidentally gets into my bed, half-naked, the night before my first day at my new job.
Hello, muscles and tattoos!
Then he’s there, in nothing but a towel, making me coffee in the morning.
It’s more than any girl can resist. Right?
But Shawn is off-limits, even if his eyes are saying differently.
Years ago, back when I still had my crush, he destroyed friendships with his reckless playboy antics.
There’s no way I’m touching those perfectly formed abs now. I don't care how nice and responsible he's acting.
I don’t want a boyfriend anyway. That’s what my trusty vibrator is for.
I’m the smart girl—the glasses-wearing, book-reading workaholic. I can totally do this.
After all, it’s only for two and a half months.
I'll be on my best behavior...even if Shawn isn't.
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4 stars Wrong Bed, Right Roommate is a sexy standalone best friend’s older brother / roommate romance. Jessie is an introverted bookworm who is dedicated to being successful at her new job . Shawn, Jessie’s best friend’s older brother, was known as the good-looking, popular baseball player at high school who never took notice of Jessie. Circumstances led to him being her temporary roommate.
I like how the two are opposites and yet they gravitate towards each other. I also liked how Shawn owns up to his faults at the beginning of the book and meets them head on - striving towards maturity, trying to prove himself at a new job, and avoiding the playboy lifestyle. Jessie, I liked her as a heroine, but sometimes annoyed me during the first quarter fo the book because she jumped to conclusions and was so quick to assume that Shawn couldn’t possibly have changed over the years.
While this book was predictable, I still found it to be an enjoyable read I received this book for free and I voluntarily leave this review.
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