Thursday, November 16, 2017

REVIEW - The Roommate 'Dis'agreement - Leddy Harper

TITLE - The Roommate 'dis'Agreement 
AUTHOR - Leddy Harper


Item One: Divorced man seeks female roommate for companionship.

Cash Nicholson isn’t looking for a girlfriend, but he wants to come home to someone after a bad day at work.

Item Two: Single mother needs apartment.

Jade Robertson is desperate, and her best friend’s couch just isn’t going to cut it anymore.

Item Three: No surprises.




Agreements aren’t promises…

Johnaka's Review:

“one-click, 5 stars”

I seriously have no words for The Roommate Dis’agreement. I absolutely loved the story to the point I am speechless and I don’t know what to say besides read it. I should probably warn you that it does hit on some childhood trauma of the sexual nature, but it doesn’t happen in the actual story. 

I think what I loved most is, Cash was the type of guy who would go to h*ll and back for his family, he tries his hardest to protect them from evil and it reminded me of my husband.
Cash sees the darkness of the world and tries to eradicate it. When you live in the darkness it can start to take a toll on you. Cash can feel it setting in so he comes up with this roommate idea. If he can come home to someone on the weekends maybe it can remind him of the reasons he does what he does. Only Cash gets so much more than he originally planned.

Jade has never had a easy life. But thanks to a unconventional friendship she gets out of a crap situation. But where no one has ever just done something nice for Jade without wanting something in return she has her guard up. Cash just seems too good to be turn. Especially with the way he is with her daughter. But what if everything isn’t as it seems?

These two start with an odd friendship that just transforms into something more. They fall into this awesome family dynamic that would probably make most mixed families jealous. But what happens when Cash’s truth comes out? Will Jade be able to live with the choices he makes when he’s away? Take a chance on The Roommate Dis’agreement and find out how the story ends, you won’t be disappointed.

Star Ratings:
Plot- 5/5
Characters- 5/5
Heat- 5/5
Writing style- 5/5
Overall- 5/5

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