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A Good & A Bad: Dating Games + The Roommate Agreement


by T.K. Leigh
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Publication Date:
February 25th 2019 by Self-Published
Format: eBook
Rating: ★★★★
Goodreads | Amazon

This book was so so good! The cover was the first thing that caught my attention, along with the title.

Evie gets dumped on her 30th birthday. She still goes out and gets semi drunk at a bar, where she proceeds to tell everybody there how she got dumped. There's a mysterious hottie around who catches Evie's attention. She wakes up the next day in bed with said hottie. At least she won't see him again... During a work related project on doing research on the most sought out escort, she encounters Mr. Suit (the hottie) and he makes a proposition for her to be his GF for the summer and get access to the Hamptons and in return, he will help her win back her BF.

First thing's first, I stake my claim on Julian Gage. He's mine mine mine! And second, this is the first book I read by TK Leigh and it certainly won't be the last! I fell beyond hard for EVERYTHING! Evie's sass and humor is freaking amazing. And Julian and the way he talks and loves and cares *swoons* This book had me laughing so hard! Evie and Julian's chemistry is explosive yet sweet and endearing. I love how Julian is all for women finding themselves and moving on. He kept winning me over. 

If you're after something light and funny, I highly recommend Dating Games, which is def one of my faves of 2019.


by Emma Hart
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Publication Date:
March 26th 2019 by Self-Published
Format: eBook
Rating: ★★
Goodreads | Amazon

The title says it all. This story involves a contract that Shelby sets in place with her roommate and best friend, Jay, because he's completely messy and terrible to live with. 

This started promising and I was enjoying it but it got soooo dragged out with nothing really of substance. It felt very repetitive. I really wanted to like this because it has the friends-to-lovers trope, as well as roommates. But it got very boring and induced a lot of eye-rolls. I found it very childish and very cringy, at times. 

Have you read these books or anything by these authors? What's your favorite trope? 

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