REVIEW: Roomies by Kennedy Kelly

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Three Roommates.
Two Guys.
One Love.
For Lexi, dodging her roommates’ attempt to land her the guy of her dreams isn’t easy, especially since those roommates are goofball Travis and Sexy-as-sin Nathan.
When yet another blind date turns into a disastrous nightmare, all bets are off.
Now Lexi must decide if it’s worth it to pretend not to crave the love of her life, knowing, in the end, it could destroy what they already have, or keep on fooling everyone.

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MY REVIEW

Roomies by Kennedy Kelly
Nathan, Lexi, and Travis
QUICK AND ADORABLE

4 Stars

This is a short story about roommates and how things can turn into something more than you expected if you’d just speak from your heart. It’s a recipe for either disaster or delectable bliss. I’ll let you decide! It took me about an hour to read and left the silliest smile on my face. It brought me back to a time when things were simpler and younger! It was so damn cute and funny with the perfect amount of sexy sprinkled on top.

At first Lexi seemed to be the “momma” figure in this trio of roomies. She did most of the cooking and cleaning, but reading on I came to understand Nathan and Travis a whole lot better when I saw how much THEY actually appreciated Lexi. It seems to me that the bond that these three have is unbreakable and enduring. Even at the age of 45, I still covet that kind of connection.

It was a very swift read. The pacing was ideal and the dialogue flowed with effectiveness. The storyline is simple yet exhilarating and the characters are extremely relatable. It has a very quick build to the climax and went from 0-60 in 2.5 seconds flat! LOL!

ARC provided by the Author for an honest review

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

KENNEDY KELLY PIC

I was born and raised in Kansas City, MO where I grew up with four older brothers. I now reside in Overland Park, Kansas. I’d always loved to write as a child. My teachers would call home not because I was in trouble but because I had a creative imagination and they wanted my parents to know about the crazy stories I was writing. I’ve always been a hard worker. I started working with my family’s company when I was 15 and still haven’t stopped. I am a wife, mother of two, hold down a full time job and am now trying to be a indie author. I have a passion for reading and before I started writing I could be found with a Kindle in my hand morning, noon and night. I’m a picky reader so it’s hard to please me but I feel like I have a keen eye for a good book.

I hope you all will join me on my new journey as I release my first book Fearless Love. It can be very scary but with my passion for the written word I hope it will be well worth it.

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