REVIEWED BY Tina Shobe
Roommating by Noelle Adams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Rommating is a great collaboration of two wonderful authors.
Heather moved back to her home town after earning her degree and expecting to eventually take over her father’s business when he retires. She sure is surprised that not only has her father got a business partner but a roommate for her.
Chris was involved in their lives for several years and suddenly left them high and dry for reasons of his own.
Her father’s reasons for them to be roommates for six months is to make sure they can get along to run a company. Personally I thought it was a set up to begin with. What father would normally find a ‘male’ roommate for their daughter.
Understandably neither is happy with the arrangement. I love Heather’s spunky attitude. You can feel the tension building between Chris and Heather….eventually it’s going to explode and this book doesn’t disappoint.
Their nosy elderly neighbor, Estelle is a hoot but also give out good tidbits of advise.
This book is my favorite type of book to read as it has great word place between Chris and Heather and laugh out loud moments. Of course, can’t forget Heather’s dog, Lucy.
I read this book straight through because I couldn’t put it down. This book will not disappoint