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    Trying

    Jessie and Shawn have known one another for a long time, since he is her best friend's older brother. She has tried hard to not be attracted to the player. She even promised her friend she was not interested. Shawn does not even remember the little friend his sister has had for so long. He just needs a place to crash, since he starts a new job in such a foreign place as New York. The lust he feels for her suddenly is not welcome. This book is what one would call a slow burn. I love that they can find common ground. I found the characters to be full of heart, heat, and a fun joy to read. I am excited to see more of what will come in this series. ***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
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    a good read

    Wrong Bed, Right Roommate is a sexy standalone best friend’s older brother / roommate romance. Jessie is an introverted bookworm who is dedicated to being successful at her new job . Shawn, Jessie’s best friend’s older brother, was known as the good-looking, popular baseball player at high school who never took notice of Jessie. Circumstances led to him being her temporary roommate. I like how the two are opposites and yet they gravitate towards each other. I also liked how Shawn owns up to his faults at the beginning of the book and meets them head on - striving towards maturity, trying to prove himself at a new job, and avoiding the playboy lifestyle. Jessie, I liked her as a heroine, but sometimes annoyed me during the first quarter fo the book because she jumped to conclusions and was so quick to assume that Shawn couldn’t possibly have changed over the years. While this book was predictable, I still found it to be an enjoyable read I received this book for free.
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    Somewhat predictable

    When Jessie is in desperate need of a roommate,, her real roommate, Talia, sends her brother, Shawn, without telling Jessie first. When Shawn shows up in the middle of the night, he enters what he thinks is his room and ends up in bed with Jessie. From there this novel is very predictable and filled with lots of sex. The last third of this book was wonderful and made up for the first part. Once Jess and Shawn's secret relationship is outed, their world begins to collapse. This was the best part of this book and was engaging and tugged on my heart strings. It made me feel invested in the characters and care about their HEA ending. If you enjoy the genre, this is well worth reading and deserves a place on your TBR list.
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    Good Read!

    When Jessie's roommate goes overseas for the summer efforts to find a paying roommate fail. Until her roommate comes through at zero hour with just the right roomie. Her brother Shawn. He arrives in the middle of the night and crawls into bed only to find he's got the wrong room and wakes Jess up and she gets the shock of her life. He was her high school crush, years ago. Jessie is the quiet, bookworm type who keeps to herself and prefers to be unnoticed, yet she wants to date. She had no idea Shawn was her new roommate until she gets a text from his sister the following morning. Talia also warns her off of Shawn and does the same thing to Shawn. Talia is a bit much. Shawn has moved to NY to start a new job, transferred from New Mexico, he works for a microbrewery that is expanding. It's important to him that he does well at this job. Shawn doesn't have the best history with his family about jobs, college etc. His backstory unfolds throughout the book. . Things seem to proceed naturally with these two, they get along, are attracted to each other even though they are both wary because of Talia. I loved watching these two grow throughout the story, despite the looming end date, Shawn got Jessie to step out of the box and Jess helped him see himself through her eyes. Talia comes home earlier than planned and blows her mind because she knows they are together. Talia was the queen of nasty. She threw Jessie back lightyears and Shawn running for his life. We watch to see what happens with Shawn and Jessie. Talia apologizes but too little to late for me. This book had a great plot and real depth of character. I hope to see more of the Red Hook Brewery coming from Rebecca! *arc from NetGalley and Entangled for an honest review*
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