Title: Desperately Seeking Roommate
Author: Micalea Smeltzer
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: April 26, 2019
WANTED: A ROOMMATE
1. Don’t be a
smoker. That’s gross.
2. Don’t be a jerk. I
have no time to deal with your mood swings.
3. Clean up after
yourself. Is it really so hard to put dirty clothes where they belong?
If you meet these qualifications, call me.
Desperately Seeking Roommate
When I put the ad in my university’s newspaper, the last
thing I ever expect is for the star football player to respond.
From what I know of him, Abel Russo is a womanizer and an
Sadly, he’s the only thing stopping me from being evicted by
my annoyingly gleeful landlord.
It should be easy enough—there’s no chance we’ll fall for
each other. But then he gives me lingering looks, and I might just be looking
All I wanted was a roommate, but I’m about to get so much
more than I bargained for.
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Abel’s lips turn up but he doesn’t take his eyes off the road. “Like what you see, Blondie?” My cheeks redden at being caught, but I stick my chin haughtily into the air unwilling to cower at being called out. “Maybe there’s a bug on your face.”
That smile of his widens. “There’s not.”
“So confident,” I mutter, crossing my arms over my chest and staring out the windshield.
“Why wouldn’t I be? You kissed me.”
“I kissed you back, big difference.” I kick my flip-flops off and rest my bare feet on the dashboard.
“Kissing back is still kissing.”
“Ugh,” I toss my hands up, “you’re impossible.”
“Impossibly handsome? Charming? Irresistible? All three? Definitely all three.” He answers his own question.
I’m Micalea. Ma-call-e-uh. Weird name, I know. My mom must’ve known I was going
to be odd even in the womb. I’ve written a lot of books. Like a lot. Don’t ask
me how many, I don’t remember at this point. I have an unhealthy addiction to
Diet Coke but I can’t seem to break the habit. I listen to way too much music
and hedgehogs have taken over my life. Crazy is the word that
best sums up my life, but it’s the good kind of crazy and I wouldn’t change it