Life is full of expectations. For Brady Coldwell, it's always been about the game. Hockey is, and always will be, his life. His family sacrificed everything to get him here, and he won't let them down. He knows what's expected of him.
Natalie Banks is no different. She too knows what it means to have everyone sacrifice for you. She knows about the debt that's owed in the end, and the price you pay for making up your own mind.
But when an innocent mistake lands Brady and Natalie as roommates, neither of them is prepared for the feelings they have, or the consequences of their actions.
How do you negotiate matters of the heart? How do you say no when it simply feels so right?
©2015 Tara Brown (P)2016 Tantor
Good read. not the best ive ever read but worth the credit spent on it. wish the female lead would grow a spine with her mother though.
Avid listener while doing everything from chasing after my toddler to running errands. Fan of all Romance, PRN & fantasy, mystery thrillers.
I really enjoyed the back and forth as well as the slow building to true emotions for each other
They did a great job at performing. I really felt the characters.
Sometimes your own voice should be loudest.
This was a great listen. Loved the characters and the narration.
I'm a clinical psychology doctorate student. I love to read a good romance or ya novel to escape from the everyday stresses of life.
I stayed up till 6 am finishing this book and easily could have finished it in one sitting. I love that it was a lighthearted, low drama romance. I liked that it didn't skirt past the sex but also seemed to have some depth to the story. It can be hard to find a good book with both!
Too busy to read as much as I'd like, Audible is the perfect solution. I'm a romance reader mostly, but can stray into any story.
I've read this book and loved it, so when I saw the audio come out, I scooped it up quick.
Roommates is on the lighter side, not too much angst or drama. There's a lot of humor and a lot of romance and a lot of entertainment. I loved every second
Elizabeth and Eric did a fantastic job with narration. They were the perfect choices.
My eyes rolled up into my lids and stayed there permanently throughout this listen. Of course, Nat is stunning, with a tiny, incredible body, long luscious blonde hair, and blue eyes. Of course, in addition to being a pool shark, she's also quite the skilled gamer... why, she even slays the pro hockey players at their own game when playing Xbox NHL! Everyone loves them some Nat. She's sexy, yet church-girl innocent.
Of course, Brady is stunning, with a tall, incredible physique, long luscious eyelashes and dark features. Of course, he's a whoring NHL-primed hockey player. Guess what happens next when their friends trick them into co-habitation? Oh, and did I mention their best friends are rich, famous, jet-setting socialites?
The sex scenes are weirdly pornographic. I'm no prude, however they seem overly graphic and incongruous with the rest of the content, as though the author is attempting to satisfy the Midwest housewife contingent, the ones who lapped up that 50 Shades drivel.
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