'Laugh-out-loud funny, bananas sexy, and deeply romantic' Andie J. Christopher 'This book IS PURE JOY' Christina Lauren Clara Wheaton is the consummate good girl: over-achieving, well-mannered, utterly predictable.
Author: Rosie Danan
Publisher: Hachette UK
'Laugh-out-loud funny, bananas sexy, and deeply romantic' Andie J. Christopher 'This book IS PURE JOY' Christina Lauren Clara Wheaton is the consummate good girl: over-achieving, well-mannered, utterly predictable. When her childhood crush invites her to move across the country, the offer is too good to resist. Unfortunately, it's also too good to be true. Suddenly, Clara finds herself sharing a house with a charming stranger. Josh might be a bit too perceptive - not to mention handsome - for comfort, but there's a good chance he and Clara could have survived sharing a summer sublet if she hadn't looked him up on the internet . . . Once she learns how Josh has made a name for himself, Clara realises living with him might destroy the reputation she's spent years building. But while they may not agree on much, both Josh and Clara believe women deserve better sex. What they decide to do about it will change both of their lives, and if they're lucky, they'll help everyone else get lucky too. Love for The Roommate: 'Incredible . . . one of my top romance reads of 2020!' Jen Deluca, author of Well Met 'Funny, super steamy and surprisingly tender, The Roommate raises the bar for rom coms in 2020' Evie Dunmore, author of Bringing Down the Duke 'The Roommate is unapologetically sexy as hell. Danan's writing, like her characters, is funny, seductive, and full of heart' Meryl Wilsner, author of Something to Talk About 'A powerful, feminist book, that makes you laugh as hard as you cheer. The Roommate is sunshine in the form of a book' Alexa Martin, author of Snapped 'Warmly funny and gorgeously sexy, this porn-star romance is the most wholesome thing I've read in ages' The New York Times 'Rosie Danan's The Roommate is seriously sexy, seriously smart' Helen Hoang, USA Today bestselling author 'Wildly original and sexy romance . . . this delectable rom-com is both red-hot and fiercely feminist' Publishers Weekly 'One of the steamiest romances of the year. This is a downright revolutionary story about modern women owning their desire' Popsugar 'Gloriously soft and joyful, a sex positive manifesto inside a deliriously romantic, wickedly shameless love story' Entertainment Weekly
Wanted: One roommate to share a 3-bedroom house, split the rent, and ideally not be the guy I can’t stop thinking about.
Author: Sarina Bowen
Publisher: Tuxbury Publishing LLC
Wanted: One roommate to share a 3-bedroom house, split the rent, and ideally not be the guy I can’t stop thinking about. I’m a man with too many secrets, so the last thing I need is a new roommate with a sexy smile and blue eyes that see right through me. Eight years ago, Roderick left town after high school. We’re not friends. I owe him nothing. But back then, I let one of my secrets slip, and he’s the only one who noticed. Part of me knows I should run far, far away. But the other part wants him to come upstairs and spend the night. But if I let him in, I could lose everything. Seeking: a room to rent in town. I’m tidy, have no pets, and I will feed you homemade bread. I should probably add: Gay AF, and has no filter. It’s no wonder my new landlord is so wary of me. A smarter man would ignore those hot glances from Kieran Shipley. The broody lumberjack wants more from me than another homemade pretzel, but if I push my luck, I’ll end up back on the street. Too bad I’ve never been smart with my heart… Passionate, sexy, and emotional, Roommate brings all the feels and all the delicious heat! Lauren Blakely, #1 NYT Bestselling Author of One Time Only You'll want to curl up with this page turner all night long! New York Times bestselling author Kendall Ryan ********** For fans of: Annabeth Albert, Trina Solet, Jay Bell, J.M. Snyder, Devon Cross, T.J. Lorenzo, Eden Finley, L.A. Witt, Alexis Hall, Garrett Leigh, Eli Easton, Elle Kennedy, Casey McQuiston. ********** Keywords: roommates to lovers, Vermont, baker, rancher, mm romance, m/m romance, gay romance, MM romance, male male romance, lgbtq romance, queer romance, childhood enemies to lovers, small town romance.
"Comedian Stephanie Renshaw hopes to finally get her big break in LA. A chance encounter lands her the perfect apartment close to the comedy clubs, but it comes with a catch: she needs a roommate to afford the rent.
A feisty comedian. A former cop with a wounded heart. An unusual roommate arrangement... Comedian Stephanie Renshaw hopes to finally get her big break in LA. A chance encounter lands her the perfect apartment close to the comedy clubs, but it comes with a catch: she needs a roommate to afford the rent. Enter Rae Coleman, a former police officer working the door at one of the top comedy clubs. After getting injured in the line of duty and losing her job with the LAPD, Rae guards her wounded soul behind a tough exterior. At first, the two clash horribly before a tentative friendship develops. Bit by bit, Steph manages to break through the walls Rae has built around her. But Steph has never been in a relationship, preferring casual flings, and Rae isn't sure she's ready to be happy again. Will they find the courage to open themselves up to love? Falling in love is not a laughing matter in this opposites-attract lesbian romance with a bit of a fake relationship thrown in.
Another conflict I see frequently is when one resident feels uncomfortable because of her roommate's guests. One I hear often is that Mary has her boyfriend/ girlfriend over all the time and it makes Jane uncomfortable.
Author: Linda Fiore
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
This comprehensive guide to everything bad in a roommate is designed to show you how to do just that, providing you with a detailed plan to take on, confront, and handle your problem roommate. You will learn what you should honestly expect from a roommate on the first day and how to tell if part of the problem might arise from you. Learn how to know if your personality types are too different and what you can do to alleviate the stress this might cause. Outlined in detail are common cultural and social differences and multi-step plans for handling each one of them. For those that have issues with confrontation, a special chapter designed to walk you through a calm conversation will help you bring up those concerns that have been nagging at you for weeks. Information on the biggest problems you might encounter with your roommate have been gathered through hours of interviews with college students both new and graduated. Topics such as a roommate using your personal stuff, not cleaning their share, staying up too late, making too much noise, being rude or moody, neglecting to pay their share of the bills, bringing over too many house guests, and dozens more of the most common problems college students encounter with their roommates every year are discussed in this book. Tips for each and every one of these issues and a special chapter on successful communication with a stubborn friend will help guide you through the harrowing maze of trying to fix your roommate from hell. You will learn when a problem roommate may actually have a real problem and how you can help them deal with it. Finally, if things just are not working out, you will learn how you can get help dealing with your roommate and even how you can move out if necessary. If you are pulling out your hair and agonizing over one too many late nights or moldy quarts of milk kicked under your bed, this book is exactly what you have been looking for.
When the bell finally rang, I grabbed up my stuff and swept out of the room before anyone could stop me. How I thought I'd be able to avoid Jason or Nancy for the rest of the day when I was stuck in this veritable prison, I don't know.
Author: Elizabeth Stevens
Publisher: Sleeping Dragon Books
Category: Young Adult Fiction
When I find a half-naked guy standing in my dormitory at my new boarding school, I assume he’s my roommate’s boyfriend. He introduces himself as Alex and I introduce myself as Lottie. When he tells me he’s Sasha and was expecting Elliott, I see what happened. Someone knew I was a girl or he was a guy, and made some glaringly incorrect assumptions about the other one, meaning we were assigned as roommates. The new dorm mistress tells us we’re stuck with each other, at least for the short-term. What starts out as playful ribbing between my studious self and the ripped jock becomes something a little more friendly as his friends take me in as one of their own. Soon, I’m their ticket to the ways of the female heart. But not my heart. Because, I mean, no one falls in love just because of a roommate mistake. For those Keeping Up Appearances and Accidentally Perfect fans, here's a return to that style and vein. You’ll find this story is a bit of a combination of the two – there’s a bit more swearing than KUA, but it’s a little cleaner than AP. Like both, it’s about growing up, finding and accepting yourself, being with people who bring out the best in you, and getting the guy that you might not think you want but that you need and, more importantly, needs you. Hope you enjoy. Please be aware that this story is set in Australia and therefore uses Australian English spelling and syntax. Not recommended for younger readers due to mature content.
“You don't trust me with a guy roommate?” “I trust you. I just like being the only guy in your life.” “And you are. I promise. For keeps this time.” “Me too.” “So I'm going to re-place the ad and see what comes up this week.
Author: Regan Taylor
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Following her graduation from the police academy Kelly McKenna joins the ranks of Red Oak police department as an officer. At the same time her long-time friend and roommate Susan Hammond has accepted a job in Los Angeles leaving Kelly with the choice of going it alone or finding another roommate. Kelly soon finds what starts out to be a near perfect roommate named Natalie. In the midst of settling Natalie into her house Kelly also finds herself contending with a competitive and conniving badge bunny in dispatch, one who makes no effort to hide her disdain for Kelly and her new roommate. Natalie, it seems, has her share of issues, not the least of which is being manipulative and something of a drama queen. While Kelly shrugs off most of Natalie’s drama, there is someone out there who doesn’t find her at all tolerable. Meanwhile Kelly’s long-time love, AFT Agent Ryan Michaels, is about to arrest the key member of a major criminal gang. Its members are determined to protect their leader and will stop at nothing to protect him or her. Is Natalie the real target, or is someone out to get Kelly?
Author: Becky Murphy SimpsonPublish On: 2016-08-02
For high school graduates going off to college and new adults leaving college, this book is essential. The Roommate Book is all about celebrating this short season of life.
Author: Becky Murphy Simpson
In The Roommate Book, which is filled with whimsical drawings, quizzes, and short anecdotes, author/illustrator and expert roommate Becky Simpson uses her optimism and sense of humor to highlight the advantages of having a roommate and how best to enjoy these shared years of modular furniture, crockpot meals, and binge-watching Netflix. The Roommate Book is all about celebrating this short season of life. It's the time between parental curfews and settling down with a significant other. It is for the single and proud, silly and crafty, witty and thrifty. It's a non-serious look at how to live with a friend (or total stranger). Nuggets of wisdom are included, but so are comical pie charts, hypotheticals, illustrations, and brief essays. This book invites passersby to thumb through and stay a while. Meet your roommate: The Random, The BFF, The Bra-less & Lawless, The "I've never actually seen my roommate," The "We get along but we're not really friends," The Enemy, The Frenemy, The Platonic Opposite Sex, or The Faux Partner. Use the "Should I Live with This Person" flow chart to help you choose. This fun and functional book also includes: The "Should I eat this without asking?" flow chart, the top 10 reasons it's awesome to have a roommate, the pet peeve awareness illustrated guide, the Eisenhower matrix for chores (important, urgent, not important, not urgent), the guide to creating nicknames, party and prank ideas, and so much more!
“He was the nicest guy and most considerate roommate, but he sold drugs.” —junior, Indiana University *** If your roommate uses this book as a coaster for beer or uses this page as rolling paper for a joint, you might have a drunk, ...
Author: Harlan Cohen
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Category: Study Aids
For 10 years (and counting), The Naked Roommate has been the #1 go-to guide for your very best college experience! From sharing a bathroom with 40 strangers to sharing lecture notes, The Naked Roommate is your behind-the-scenes look at EVERYTHING you need to know about college (but never knew you needed to know). This essential, fully updated edition is packed with real-life advice on everything from making friends to managing stress. Hilarious, outrageous, and telling stories from students on over 100 college campuses cover the basics, and then some, including topics on College Living •Dorm dos, don'ts, and dramas •Lying, noisy, nasty roommates Finding People, Places, & Patience •Social network dos and don'ts •Friend today, gone tomorrow Classes •To go or not to go? •How to get an A, C, or F Dating •17 kinds of college hookups •Long distance = BIG concerns The Party Scene •The punch in the "fruit punch" •Sex, drugs, and safety first Money •Grants, loans, and loose change •Credit cards and campus jobs In college, there's a surprise around every corner. Luckily, The Naked Roommate has you covered!
“So how's the new roommate?” Mo glanced up from the photographer contract she'd been going over for one of their clients. She smiled at Lilly, her business partner, friend, and up until recently her roommate.
Author: Mariah Ankenman
Publisher: Entangled: Lovestruck
To Moira “Mo” Rossi, the world is full of sunshine, goodness, and happily ever afters—so of course she figures finding the perfect roomie will be easy. But after four creepos who ask if benefits come with the room and one woman who claims she’s a vampire, Mo is officially desperate. So what if the guy she agrees to on paper ends up being the Derrick Downer to her Sally Sunshine in person? She’s the queen of making lemonade. August Porter expected his new roommate Mo to be like him—neat, practical, and oh yeah: male. Not the outrageous hippie with more stars in her eyes than there are in the sky. She’s infuriating, exasperating, his exact opposite in every possible way...and the bright ray of sunshine he didn’t even realize his gray world was missing. Suddenly, falling into bed with his roommate isn’t the worst idea he’s ever heard. Just falling in love with her is. But one of them is keeping a secret that could turn their opposite attraction into utter disaster.
little party but I don't know it would come to this officer, so you said that when you found your fathers liquor cabinet key you and Linda & Lindsey went off to one of the rooms and leaving Jackie out there in the living room, ...
Author: Curtis Bridges
This is a really scary thriller book about a man moving to a small town in Wisconsin from Indianapolis, and finds out that his roommates isn't what they seem to be, this thriller book has many ups and downs and so many turns to twist your mind up, and nominated to be the scariest book of the year? watch out on what you wish for? ENJOY
If you would like to use material from this book (other than for review purposes), prior written permission must be obtained by contacting the author. Print ISBN: 978-1-913651-04-6 Published by Nixon House PLEASE NOTE The Roommate Risk ...
Author: Talia Hibbert
Publisher: Nixon House
From New York Times bestselling author Talia Hibbert comes an electric, domestic, roommates-to-lovers romance between a whirlwind party girl and her uptight best friend… Jasmine Allen believes in bad luck, great wine, and the seductive power of a stiletto heel. What she doesn’t believe in is love. Her life is perfect without all that romance rubbish—until a plumbing disaster screws everything up and leaves Jas homeless. Luckily, she has someone to turn to: her best friend Rahul. For seven years, Rahul Khan has followed three simple rules. - Don’t touch Jasmine if you can help it. - Don’t look at her arse in that skirt. - And don’t ever—ever—tell her you love her. He should’ve added another rule: Do not, under any circumstances, let Jas move into your house. Now Rahul is living with the friend he can’t have, and it’s decimating his control. He knows their shared dinners aren’t dates, their late-night kisses are a mistake, and the tenderness in Jasmine’s gaze is only temporary. One wrong word could send his skittish best friend running. So why is he tempted to risk it all? This book was previously published as Wanna Bet?. The Roommate Risk is a steamy, standalone, diverse romance. This book is 75,000 words of fluff, angst, and extreme pleasure, with NO cliffhangers, NO cheating, and a guaranteed HEA. Please be aware: this story contains themes of parental neglect and abandonment, parental death, and alcohol dependence that could trigger certain audiences.
The Roommate Book is all about celebrating this short season of life. It’s the time between parental curfews and settling down with a significant other. It is for the single and proud, silly and crafty, witty and thrifty. It’s a non-serious look at how to live with a friend (or total stranger). Nuggets of wisdom are included, but so are comical pie charts, hypotheticals, illustrations, and brief essays. This book invites passersby to thumb through and stay a while. Meet your roommate: The Random, The BFF, The Bra-less & Lawless, The "I've never actually seen my roommate," The "We get along but we're not really friends," The Enemy, The Frenemy, The Platonic Opposite Sex, or The Faux Partner. Use the "Should I Live with This Person" flow chart to help you choose. This fun and functional book also includes: The "Should I eat this without asking?" flow chart, the top 10 reasons it's awesome to have a roommate, the pet peeve awareness illustrated guide, the Eisenhower matrix for chores (important, urgent, not important, not urgent), the guide to creating nicknames, party and prank ideas, and so much more!
... IndieVention Designs Re-published December 2019 as Falling For The Roommate Re-edited and re-formatted by Glenna Maynard Re-Proofed by Emily Snow and Tina Gibler 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Falling For The Roommate is a work of fiction.
Author: Dawn Martens
Publisher: Dawn Martens
When Jordan moves in with his friend’s cousin, he thinks things will be easy. Yeah, screw that. The woman is a pain in his ass from the start, giving him whiplash with her hot and cold act. Still, Jordan can’t help wanting Alix—even if he does spend half the time trying to decide if he wants to kiss her senseless or choke her. For Alix, men are worthless jerks. She’s made a vow to steer clear of relationships, but the moment Jordan pushes his way into her life, her vow is shot all to hell. Every attempt at avoiding the cocky bastard ends in tangled sheets and Alix wanting to kill the man. But she wants him, more than she cares to admit. Will this jaded couple give into their feelings? After all, it's Just Love, Not a Time bomb. **NOTE** This author has been deemed 'unsafe'. Please back away from this book if certain topics are triggers or an issue for you.
We are good mates , you know , ” Sandra said . “ Pardon me , I understand you , Sandra , but can you ask Peter what he really thinks about me ? If I were one of his sisters , could he have treated me with disdain like that ?
future disputes against the management company or former roommates. The roommate agreement form is a document that you create along with your roommates. It starts with the notes you take from the conversations and discussions you have ...
Author: Sheila R. Green
Finally, heres a book written to help make the roommate experience pleasant! Roommate Rules brings structure to a life choice that could be financially beneficial to all who need to share the cost of renting.
alien pod.40 17 • Godzilla Clause: Roommate will help the other destroy the entity which threatens to destroy Tokyo.41 • Zombie Clause: In the event one roommate is bitten by a zombie, the other roommate can't kill him, ...
Author: Sheldon Cooper
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Category: Performing Arts
The Roommate Agreement was written by Sheldon and was signed by Leonard when they first became roommates. These events were shown during a flashback in The Staircase Implementation (S03E22). Sheldon starts mentioning paragraphs from the Roommate Agreement in the episode The Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem (S02E06) and continues to do so throughout the series, usually when one of the clauses is being violated. This Roommate Agreement is one you could also use in real life. It is complete and coherent with real legal clauses used in real agreements. The first 42 sections form a roommate agreement you might have even signed. The last sections contain Sheldon's special clauses to suit his quirks. They come with foot notes so you can find the references. Contents: Roommate Agreement Sheldon's Schedule Relationship Agreement
I looked up in fear of seeing a teacher or, even worse, Amelia. Instead, my eyes landed on Jasper, the chiseled-out-of-marble-by- Michelangelo-himself lad who was in all my classes and seemed to be friends with Evelyn's roommate.
Author: Philline Harms
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Welcome to Seven Hills Academy, where gossip roams the halls.Seven Hills Academy: the world's most exclusive boarding school. Being committed to your studies, service and community doesn't mean that you can't break the rules now and again, right? But watch your back because lurking on the anonymous Chitter Chatter blog is The Watcher-who can't wait to reveal all the latest hookups, hot lists and secrets around campus. The latest objects of The Watcher's affection? Straight-off-the-train (but not exactly straight) insta-besties Evelyn and Seth. It doesn't take long for Evelyn to realize she is inexplicably drawn to her gorgeous and standoffish roommate Noelle. Meanwhile Seth has eyes, and some serious heart palpitations, for budding thespian and school flirt Jasper. Just as things start to heat up, The Watcher strikes-will the secrets revealed turn their happily ever afters into happily never afters?
Right now my roommate is contending the room change, or at least that's what everyone says. They all moved her stuff without her knowing.” Oh, that kind of girl. Perhaps the garlic was also part of the prank. “I see.
Author: Julie Steimle
College, finally! Separate dorm rooms for Eve and Dawn McAllister. Oh, happy day! Only Dawn ends up on the sixth floor, room number sixty-six with an annoying Bible extremist for a roommate who has suspicions that Eve is not human. Which is true. But that doesn't give the girl the right to go on a rampage to 'save' Dawn from Eve's 'demonic power'! After all, Eve is playing it by the book. For starter's, as a demon, Eve has to register with the local SRA (Supernatural Regulator's Association) representative as well as the police. Unfortunately, the police are tracking a rash of brutal murders--all of them college girls and Eve is the first one they suspect. How can even possibly prove she is innocent when there is so much evidence against her? And where will she fit in time to surf? The novel in its entirety.....