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Misadventures with My Roommate

Misadventures, Book 9
Written by: Elizabeth Hayley
Narrated by: Sarah McEwan, Jacob Morgan
Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins
Categories: Romance, New Adult

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Publisher's Summary

Blake Monroe hasn't had the easiest life, but she's never been one to dwell on her misfortunes, preferring to see the world as a place where you get what you give. Having had an especially troubling childhood, Blake's aware she doesn't exactly fit the definition of "normal". Her lack of filter, dry sense of humor, and uncanny ability to read people make her rather unique - and difficult to live with. When her latest roommate has had enough of her antics, Blake decides living with a man might suit her better.

Gavin Gibson's a dreamer whose artsy aspirations don't meet the high expectations of his wealthy family. Cast off and cut off, Gavin needs a place to live. When he's invited to share Blake's quaint apartment, he cannot pass it up. With a knack for spotting the good in others, Gavin can see past Blake's quirks - and neither of them can ignore their sexual chemistry. As sparks fly, their genuine affection for each other grows, and Gavin begins to break down Blake's defenses. But can Blake open up to reveal the damage she's worked so hard to conceal?

©2018 Elizabeth Hayley (P)2018 Waterhouse Press

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  • Shelia B
  • 2019-09-29

Just Okay

This is my second Misadventures book and so far I haven't really liked either one. This one was okay. I liked Gavin but I found Blake to be whiny. She talked about how she didn't want people to feel sorry for her because of how she was raised but acted like they should feel sorry for her. I thought Gavin was really sweet and caring to her and she treated him like garbage. I don't know why he even wanted her.

I loved Jacob Morgan of course, but Sarah McEwan sounded like a little child and threw the whole narration off.

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  • being_ericamarie
  • 2019-08-26

Good Humor

I found this one to be pretty funny. Blake is this quirky girl that says whatever comes to her mind. Gavin is her co-worker roommate that likes her quirkiness, They just mesh good together. Blake has lots of issues because of how she grew up but Gavin kind of helps her to see that it's ok an that not everyone will leave her like she believes. I gave it 3 stars only because I do not care for stories narrated in the style of narration (not sure of what the style is called).

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  • Vanessa
  • 2019-07-03

Meh.....

It wasn't what I expected it would be. I think the narration of the girl made me think of high school kids not adults in this story. She sounds like a kid and pretty much acts like one too. I got bored with it fast.