Review: ROOMMATES WITH BENEFITS by Nicole Williams

roommates with benefits

An endearing and utterly charming NA romance!

Roommates with Benefits was the perfect book I needed to read to help me out of my book funk! Sweet and engaging, this book completely captivated me from the very beginning. The story unfolds brilliantly, taking me on the journey of two young adults striving for their dreams while navigating newly discovered feelings and emotions for each other.

I loved this book! But I will admit, the title is what originally caught my attention. And I was further motivated when I read the synopsis. And this was all before seeing the cover. My goodness, Ms. Williams sure knows how to entice her readers! But once I started reading, all those earlier teases of the book fell away, and I was absolutely blown away by the story!

Hard work, ambitions, emotional entanglements, this book has it all. The story had me laughing out loud at the silly antics, swooning over Soren and his charisma, and burning up with the undeniable sexual tension and yearning. Not only did it get my heart racing from the passion shared between Soren and Hayden, but it also broke over the obstacles they each endured just trying to make their relationship work. It made me think that maybe love isn’t all you need. It takes trust and faith…but they both start to lose hope when outside forces try to influence their minds against what their hearts know is true.

Roommates with Benefits is an exceptional must read! Remarkably written, this book exudes everything young love is about. Strangers to friends to lovers, this story is the epitome of a NA romance! Definite 5 stars!



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Soren Decker. He’s the epitome of the “bad boy, good man” persona. The best of both worlds. The worst of them too. He’s the type of guy most girls wouldn’t mind sharing a confined space with, except my new roommate isn’t all swagger and chiseled abs.

He’s bossy. Messy. Cocky. Infuriating. Doesn’t believe in personal space. Has no qualms about roaming the apartment with a loincloth-sized towel cinched around his waist. Seems under the delusion he’s my personal protector (refer back to infuriating). He plays college baseball and holds down a part-time job—I don’t know where he finds the time to get on my nerves.

We have nothing in common . . . except our attraction to one another. And in six hundred square feet of shared space, the tension only has so much room to grow before one of us gives in to temptation. But really, what chance do a couple of young kids chasing their dreams in the big city have of making it?

Since Soren claims I know squat about sports (he might have a semi-point), here’s a stat for him—one in a million. That’s our odds.

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