The Roommate Agreement, all-new hilarious and romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author Emma Hart is available now!
Let your homeless best friend stay with you, he said.
Being roommates will be fun, he said. It’s only temporary, he said.Â
He never said I’d fall for him.
You know what isn’t ‘temporary?’ The endless stream of dirty socks in my bathroom and empty food packets under the sofa – and don’t even get me started on the hot guys who take over my living room every Sunday to watch sports.
I can’t take anymore.
So I propose a roommate agreement. One that will bring peace and order back to my life, complete with rules that might just stop my newfound crush on my best friend in its tracks.
After all, there’s only so many times you can see your best friend naked before you start to lose your mind.
Rules. They’re meant to be broken…Aren’t they?
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Shelby shut the door with a click and peered over at me. “What are you writing? If it’s permission to use the feather duster as a sex toy, the answer is no. Unless you buy your own, but if you haven’t figured out where the laundry room is yet, I doubt you’ll find where to buy one.”
She was as funny as a car crash, this one.
“Hilarious,” I drawled. “No, I’m making amendments as I go. I added a new rule.”
“You added a new rule?” She raised one dark eyebrow and walked over, hovering over me. “All right, what is it?”
“Decent clothes must be worn. Do you know how many times I wake up early on a morning to open the gym and find you basically in your underwear in the kitchen?”
“Basically in my underwear? Who are you seeing in the kitchen? I wear shorts and a tank top at the very least.”
“Yes, but the shorts barely cover your ass, and your’re sure as hell not wearing a bra.”
She paused, eyes glittering as she said, “And why are you looking at my ass and my boobs?”
That was an excellent question.
“Because there’s nowhere else to look!” I rushed out before my stupid cock could get any ideas. “Look, waking up in the morning can be challenging for a guy.”
She stared at me.
“I don’t need to get up for a coffee with…you know.” I motioned to my groin. “And see you half-clothed.”
She flicked her hair over her shoulder and walked to the kitchen, turning her back to me.
“Why does it matter? I’m your best friend. I hardly think your little friend is remotely interested in whether or not I’m wearing a bra.”
Yeah, well, he is.
“Fine. If I have to wake up and see your perky nipples prancing around the kitchen, I’m going to stroll around in my underwear so you can get a good view of my morning glory.”
She spun, lifting up a finger. Her cheeks were flushed, and she had to swallow before she could speak. “My nipples do not prance. They are not horses.”
“Also, I have no desire to have anything to do with your morning erection, much less get a good view of it, thank you very much.
“Have I told you that you’re cute when you blush?”
“Have I told you that you’d be a cute dead guy?”
I laughed, leaning back on the sofa. “C’mon, Shelbs. We need to respect each other’s privacy. You don’t want to see my cock hard over your breakfast, and I don’t want to see your nipples standing to attention when I make a coffee.”
She sighed. “Why did I ever let you move in again?”
“Because I was going to be homeless and you’re the best friend ever?”
BlueSeal’s Review of The Roommate Agreement
The Roommate Agreement is the newest book by the snarky, sarcastic Emma Hart…a pink-haired (although I prefer purple over pink) woman after my own heart. I was introduced to Emma Hart several weeks ago with the release of Catastrophe Queen. I signed up for the cover reveal and the release blitz, unfortunately, I wasn’t chosen to review it but I was so intrigued by the book that I purchased it and LOVED it! Emma’s humor is addictive so I jumped on the chance to review The Roommate Agreement and did the white-girl celebration dance when I received the email that I was chosen to review. (You know the dance…the one where your upper body and lower extremities are completely disconnected.) Let’s see…this post will go live around noon and I’m on spring break so let’s grab another coffee and chat about Emma Hart’s The Roommate Agreement.
It is very rare that heterosexual males and females can be best friends and not develop feelings for each other at some point in the relationship, no matter how young the friendship began. You see, there are these things called hormones that are really hard to ignore so I’m not really sure what Shelby and Jay were thinking when they decided that living together would be a good idea. After months of not being able to control her thoughts at the sight of a shirtless Jay (OMG…did I mention that he’s a personal trainer?), tripping over his endless trash, and finding another bag of empty Oreos (he must change or die), Shelby takes a cue from Sheldon (yes, Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory) and forces Jay to sign and adhere to a roommate agreement.
Jay knows that he sucks as a roommate. Shelby is an introverted writer who works from home who hates pants, forgets personal hygiene when she’s working on a deadline, has an unhealthy love of Oreos, and is the sexiest woman he’s ever seen. It sucks but Jay has a crush on his best friend.
Emma Hart has created a character that absolutely cracks me up! I LOVE Shelby…like want to hang out and be BFFs with her. After reading two of Emma Hart’s books, you can definitely say that I am a fan and will be signing up for as many as I can. My rating for The Roommate Agreement is a solid 5 out of 5 propellers!
About Emma Hart
Emma Hart is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels and has been translated into several different languages.
She is a mother, wife, lover of wine, Pink Goddess, and valiant rescuer of wild baby hedgehogs. Emma prides herself on her realistic, snarky smut, with comebacks that would make a PMS-ing teenage girl proud.Â â
Yes, really. She’s that sarcastic.
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