I saw her first.
Blonde. Gorgeous. Feisty.
I was captivated.
But it didn’t matter because when she walks out of my best friend’s bedroom half-naked, I know I’ve lost my chance.
Now we’re roommates and constantly fighting about our living arrangements. Though we argue about everything, I can’t stop thinking about her in all the wrong ways. I should move out so I can finally get over her, but the selfish part of me can’t let go.
When tragedy strikes, we’re left to deal with it together. Instead of pushing her away, I pull her closer.
Just as we come to terms with our new reality, she reveals a life-changing event that affects us both.
And I’m left to make the hardest decision of my life—remain friends or confess my feelings and risk it all.
Baby Mine is book 1 in the Hunter & Lennon duet of the Roommate Duet Series and must be read first.
This book is a very complex love story with 3 people who are tied together through deep friendship, romantic love, and love with lots of guilt. Sweet and sad at the same time.
I highly recommend this epic tail!
Where to even start.
In short if you’re looking for a phenomenally developed plot, with amazing characters, angst, heartbreak, and so much love it hurts... Baby Mine is the book for you!
Imagine meeting the girl of your dreams in passing. And her ending up with someone else...
Imagine thinking have found it all and it’s yanked away.
Imagine having a front row seat for someone you think you should be with, watching their happily ever after happening with someone else.
Imagine it all changing on a dime...
I laughed. I cringed. I cried. I adored this book!!
I cannot wait for book 2.... the cliffhanger was HHH-eavy....
this book has it all and had me all in my feels.
Highly, highly recommend this epic tale!
“I follow my heart and I go to her.”
Hunter was attracted to Lennon from the moment he saw her but he never pursued her but someone else did: his roommate Brandon, who never knew how Hunter really felt about Lennon. His nightmare came true when she moved into their apartment and the close quarters became even closer and she was there every time he turned around. Hunter changed his life for Lennon through the death of Brandon and with her unexpected pregnancy. He was acting like a martyr; allowing his guilt over his feelings for Lennon to cause him to drop everything and care for her. He truly loved her and every decision he made was out of devotion for her and his friendship for Brandon. Sometimes Hunter didn’t seem happy being with Lennon because he wanted forever and he knew he didn’t deserve her.
As I was reading I felt bad for Hunter because living with Lennon, the girl of his dreams, was like being with your favorite book boyfriend, who didn’t know you were alive. You can only dream about being together, never touching, never making memories. You long to be included in just a tiny aspect of their life but in the end you keep quiet, and go on alone.
Hunter’s longingness for Lennon was heartbreaking and I kept hoping that he would shout to the rooftops how he felt about her. He existed only to care for her, go to work, and dream of something he could never have: Lennon’s love.