Forget all those other roommate romances you might have read.
Heather and Chris don't hate each other…very much. And they don't have sex all the time…at least not at first. Chris doesn't go around shirtless, flexing his muscles and driving Heather wild…too often. And he doesn't get jealous and possessive every time she goes out with another man…well, maybe occasionally.
But they definitely don't fall in love…right away.
When Heather comes back to her hometown, she plans to take over her father's historic restoration business and move into a beautiful converted apartment in Preston's Mill. Then she finds out she'll have to partner up with the one man she can never forgive. Chris Dole, who abandoned her father and betrayed her trust three years ago.
It gets even worse. They don't just have to work together. They have to become roommates for six months to prove they can get along. That means Heather will have to play nice with Chris and put up with his obnoxiousness, his drop-dead sexiness, and his ugly recliner named Flo.
She'll do what she has to do out of loyalty to her father, but she isn't going to like it.
At least not much.
A sweet and sassy story about coming home again, even if you hurt people when you left.
Heather Carver is moving home to Preston, Virginia to work with her Dad in his restoration business now that she's finished school. She's excited about putting what she's learned to good use, and to be close to her Dad again. She's not expecting the bomb her Dad drops on her though ... if she wants to take over the business now that he's wanting to retire, she has to agree to partner with the person he wants to do the manual side of things ... the person that she has never forgiven.
Christopher Dole walked away from his Mentor and friend Tom Carver 3 years ago, and he's regretted it more than he can say ... he just couldn't stay in town right then, whether it was right or wrong. He's happy to be back now ... but he's not so sure this partner plan of Tom's is going to work ... especially when he puts in the stipulation that they have to be roommates for 6 months first. What is he thinking??
It’s was a good book, a great time killer.
Worst book EVER!
The ending was abrupt! The girl and guy didn’t even talk out their fight. The author wrote crap! Putting a happy ending after an argument, when realistically the couple wouldn’t be together! There was so many problems the couple didn’t address.