A Standalone Romance
Room 143 is perfect for fans of Samantha Christy, Lucy Score, and Laura Pavlov
Around my neck lays a wedding ring.
In my right hand I hold a hotel room key.
Which one do I pick?
The marriage? The key?
Everything is not as it seems in room one-forty-three
Great as always!
I loved this book. The chemistry between Nash and Caroline was off the charts. As I was reading it I wanted them to work out like I something vested in it. It was sexy and fun and a great read just like all the books Laramie writes. I love her books !
Love Nash and Caroline’s story and especially the bit of mystery(?) regarding another couple ♥️♥️ Highly recommend!!
Review: Room 143
Room 143 by Laramie Briscoe is a standalone contemporary romance about a widower who is pushed to move on by his family and a woman new to the small town that steps in to help her best friend only to find herself in a situation she never expected. The chemistry between Caroline and Nash is palpable. The situation in which they first met is crazy! The premise was so much different than what I was expecting from the blurb - but I've loved every Laramie Briscoe book I have read so far so I gave this a chance. I'm so glad I did. It's a small-town romance with a kinky twist in the meet-cute but I loved it all. Enjoy!