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Title: My Brother’s Roommate
Series: Frisky Business #2
Author: Kendall Ryan
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: 1 Dec 2020

Synopsis from Goodreads

There are a few things you should know about my brother’s roommate.

Wolfie Cox is . . . complicated. Terminally sexy, and more importantly, he has an impressive stick lodged so far up his ass, he’s about as emotionally available as a chinchilla. Actually, that might be an insult to the chinchilla community.

So, naturally, I want to ride him like a bicycle.

He thinks I hate him. Mostly because I’ve led him to believe this. It’s easier than admitting the alternative.

And while Wolfie is about as soft and cuddly as a fork, I’m the opposite. A good girl. Reliable. Conscientious. Oh, and completely panicked about an upcoming work conference.

Wolfie’s usually allergic to altruism, so when my brother volun-tells him to help me out by escorting me to said conference where everyone else will have a plus-one . . . I say thanks, but no thanks. Surprisingly, Wolfie is unflinching about this. And that’s the story about how I got stuck in a hotel with my brother’s hot (grouchy) roommate.

Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

In all seriousness, this isn’t a game to me, and hormones aside, I need to impress my boss this week so the promotion I’ve worked hard for doesn’t get handed to his spineless nephew. But with Wolfie and me sharing a hotel bed, things get confusing quickly.

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Review

Wolfie is a complex character with a lot of emotional issues stemming from his youth. You can’t help but fall in love with Wolfie and know Penelope is the only woman who can truly help Wolfie heal.

Having known each other for a long time, Penelope has secretly harboured feelings for Wolfie for a very long time. Although they have spent a lot of time together over the years, Wolfie is a dark horse and keeps his secrets close to his chest.

You can’t help but anticipate the worst when it comes to Wolfie’s issues with intimacy. I admired the way the plot was handled alongside the impact events have on everyone and not just from a female perspective.

Penelope has her own issues but these more pertain to working within a nepotistic male-dominated field. However, navigating her way through the minefield her career has become creates additional stress on Penelope which contributes to the strain between herself and Wolfie.

My Brother’s Roommate is a tender, emotion-filled romance with complex yet ultimately strong characters who are better together than apart.