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Hollywood Roommates Review

Hollywood Roommates Review

Written by: Elizabeth Briggs
Published by: Elizabeth Briggs Books
Published on: February 8, 2018

Price: Kindle $2.99 / Kindle Unlimited/ Paperback $9.99

Synopsis: Three sexy actors. One curvy English teacher. An impossible rule just begging to be broken… When my boyfriend dumps me, I need a new place to live, fast. Luckily my best friend offers me a solution: move in with her brother and his two roommates in his Malibu beach house. Sounds good, right? Except my new roommates turn out to be three of the hottest actors in Hollywood. Each one is gorgeous, rich, and famous—and they’re all off-limits because there’s only one house rule: no sleeping together. They could have any woman in the world, but to my surprise they each want me. Soon there’s a new rule: whatever I do with one guy, I do with all of them. There’s no way this can end well, but how am I supposed to choose just one of my sexy-as-sin roommates?

Unless I don’t have to choose…- Amazon

As you can tell I love Reverse Harem books, it’s just my thing right now because, duh, #WhyChoose. I guess I’m greedy and just want them all! Well one thing I love about Reverse Harems is that they have a lot of information to give to lay the foundation for that story. I mean having more than one love interests mean more character’s history to learn right? Most of the RH’s you’ll read are series books having as little as 3 books and up to 20 plus in the series, it just depends. Now while I love all that, I do sometimes crave the single one offs that you get everything in one book. You don’t have to wait months for book two to find out what happens from the cliffhanger in book one.

The down side to stand alone is that they end up feeling rushed and hollow, missing a good chunk of background and other vital information in the long run. Thankfully Hollywood Roommates was definitely not one of those! It was a fantastic read and all the characters were well thought out and you really got a sense of who they are.

Now Allie was a good MC who was sweet and in need of help. Her ex was a jackass and had been cheating on poor Allie. I really despised him and glad things worked out in the end. Now on to her roommates and soon to be lovers. Shane was a real hard-ass in the beginning knowing he couldn’t get involved with his sister’s best friend, while Luke and Matt were more lovable and open to Allie. It was a such simple but great read especially if you’re craving a complete book and not looking for a series. You get your HEA and a great storyline with it. I would definitely recommend it for anyone needing a break from any series books.

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