Desperately Seeking Roommate by Micalea Smeltzer
Genre: romantic comedy
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: April 26, 2019
Rating: ★★★★ 1/2
She desperately needs a roommate. He definitely needs to move one from his current living arrangement. Together they’ll find a love that none of them was prepared for.
I absolutely with all my heart adore this story. I cannot tell you how many times I gushed, giggled and swooned. All because of Abel ‘my new baby daddy’ Russo. I cannot get enough of this man. He is so sweet and thoughtful and hawt. I can’t even think about Abel without hyperventilating.
Lou is such a ray of sunshine, she could be the president of Unicorns if that was a real job. I adore her personality and her zeal for life. The way she looks at life and how she deal with whatever is thrown at her, I am in awe. Yes, she did make a teeny tiny stupid mistake but she is still the bestest.
This story was definitely sugary sweet. I was smiling so hard and felt incredible joy reading Abel and Lou’s story. It is the kind of feel good story that leaves a smile on your face and stays in your heart of a long time.
I am utterly in love!!!
Abel was quite possibly the best thing that has happened to me. That man is one fine specimen. 100% Swoonworthy!!
Just the kind of adorable sweet story I needed.
WANTED: A ROOMMATE
1. Don’t be a smoker. That’s gross.
2. Don’t be a jerk. I have no time to deal with your mood swings.
3. Clean up after yourself. Is it really so hard to put dirty clothes where they belong?
If you meet these qualifications, call me.
Desperately Seeking Roommate
When I put the ad in my university’s newspaper, the last thing I ever expect is for the star football player to respond.
From what I know of him, Abel Russo is a womanizer and an absolute jerk.
Sadly, he’s the only thing stopping me from being evicted by my annoyingly gleeful landlord.
It should be easy enough—there’s no chance we’ll fall for each other. But then he gives me lingering looks, and I might just be looking back.
All I wanted was a roommate, but I’m about to get so much more than I bargained for.