Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Review: Brother Roommate by Wendi Lynn

Publication Date: March 23, 2015
Rating: 5 stars

Official Blurb:


Logan's marriage crashed and burned after the birth of his twin daughters. An absent mother left the girls disrespectful and looking for the wrong kind of attention at only thirteen years old. He knows something has to change and when he meets the wife of a friend and sees the well-behaved children she has successfully raised, Logan wonders if he can find another woman like her. 
Ashton and Derrick are happily married with four kids. Things were good, and they bought a large house which required an even larger mortgage. When Ashton loses her job and suddenly their cushy lifestyle is shattered, they struggle to make ends meet. 
As if things couldn't get worse for Logan who battles for custody of his girls, his apartment floods leaving him nowhere to go and a judge that needs to see him living a stable life. That's when Derrick suggests he move in and with it a proposition so strange, it just might work. 

But will they be able to do it, or will they successfully tear the families apart?

Starting off I didn't know how the story was going to play out. As I continued to read, I feel in love with Logan. He is the perfect dad well he tries to be and that is all that matters. His girls mean the world to him and he would do everything in his power to help them. When Logan and Derrek start to become friends I was glad Logan was going out into the world and doing things for him. But when Ashton comes into the picture more and more I had a different scenario played out in my head. It didn't go the way I thought it would but at the same time I liked how it did. This book is very different and I really had to sit on my review for a bit before I could write it. I loved the story and I want to know more about all the characters. Ashton is quite the chick and I admire her for everything she does for her family. This book is not your average love story but at the same time I honestly loved it and I would recommend it to my friends to read.

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