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ARC Review: Hollywood Roommates by Elizabeth Briggs

Three sexy actors. One curvy English teacher. An impossible rule just begging to be broken…When my boyfriend dumps me, I need a new place to live, fast. Luckily my best friend offers me a solution: move in with her brother and his two roommates in his Malibu beach house. Sounds good, right?

Except my new roommates turn out to be three of the hottest actors in Hollywood. Each one is gorgeous, rich, and famous—and they’re all off-limits because there’s only one house rule: no sleeping together.

They could have any woman in the world, but to my surprise they each want me. Soon there’s a new rule: whatever I do with one guy, I do with all of them.

There’s no way this can end well, but how am I supposed to choose just one of my sexy-as-sin roommates?

Unless I don’t have to choose…

4 stars

ARC provided via author for an honest review

This was a funny, hot story. This was the authors first reverse harem story and I hope she doesn’t stop writing them!Allie gets dumped by her boyfriend and kicked out of their apartment on the same day. She ends up calling her best friend and she lets her know that her brother owes her a favor. With nowhere to go, she goes and checks the house to find out she will be moving in with three actors.

I was hooked since the first chapter when Allie thought that her boyfriend was proposing.

I loved these guys! We have Shane, and brothers Matt and Logan. They were all great, but If I had to pick it would be Shane for me. You know I love me a strong protective love interest.

The only thing that made me not give it 5 stars was the ending. While it was great and ended in an HEA, I wanted more of how their lives were together.

It was funny, VERY HOT, and a pleasure to read. I didn’t want the story to end. If you’re into the reverse harem genre, then pick this up when the book comes out.

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