My brother gave me a place to stay. These are his rules:
1. Cook and clean for his seven hot roommates.
2. Do not sleep with his friends
3. Do not under any circumstances talk to his ex-best friend, Grayson
Grayson is a six-foot-two athlete with sun-kissed skin, slabs and slabs of muscle, and gorgeous dimples curving into his cheeks. My brother hates him, and the feeling is mutual. The moment I saw Grayson, I was smitten. Then he kissed me. Laid me on the kitchen table. Stroked my body with his tongue.
Now we can't keep our hands off each other. It's a forbidden romance, a hot summer fling, but I'll trade everything to have endless balmy nights with him.
We could have it all if it weren't for my overprotective brother. The guy holding an axe over my future. He'll kick me to the curb if he finds out, but I'm risking it all just to have Grayson for one more night.
Contains mature themes.
What listeners say about The Roommate Arrangement
Reviews - Please select the tabs below to change the source of reviews.
Another piece of meat
This story is an example of women being a piece of meat. There’s no love or romance in this story. It’s all about physical and of course, the heroine who supposed to be smart, succumb because the guy was sooo hot! I guess these authors are running out of ideas to write good romance. I chose this because of the narrators and they didn’t disappoint. However, this will be my last from this author.
Good but a little predictable
Ava Erickson is a great narrator so I have been able to count on any book I listen to to be a good one. I love that it was a sports romance but I there was more about signing and trades and practices than actually being on the field. You could already predict that the Hero and Heroine would fall quickly for each other. It was an entertaining read.