The Roommate Problem
To Moira “Mo” Rossi, the world is full of sunshine, goodness, and happily ever afters—so of course she figures finding the perfect roomie will be easy. But after four creepos who ask if benefits come with the room and one woman who claims she’s a vampire, Mo is officially desperate. So what if the guy she agrees to on paper ends up being the Derrick Downer to her Sally Sunshine in person? She’s the queen of making lemonade.
August Porter expected his new roommate Mo to be like him—neat, practical, and oh yeah: male. Not the outrageous hippie with more stars in her eyes than there are in the sky. She’s infuriating, exasperating, his exact opposite in every possible way...and the bright ray of sunshine he didn’t even realize his gray world was missing. Suddenly, falling into bed with his roommate isn’t the worst idea he’s ever heard. Just falling in love with her is.
But one of them is keeping a secret that could turn their opposite attraction into utter disaster.
The final co-owner of Mile High Happiness gets her HEA.
I have enjoyed these three friends over the course of the series. They couldn't be more different but their differences make this partnership successful.
Mo is the sunshine happiness of the group. She's light and fun and always has the positivity. When she needs a roommate and her friend and vendor's grandson is coming to town, it seems like a match made in heaven. Except these two are opposites in every way. A neat freak and a slob, the sunshine and the grump. It was funny watching these two try to figure out how to live together and not kill each other because of their differences.
This series was fun and this book was a lighthearted escape.