The Roommate Agreement By Emma Hart

Leave your homeless best friend with you, he said. Being roommates is going to be fun, he said. It`s temporary, he said. He never said I would fall in love with him. Do you know what is not „temporary“? The endless stream of dirty socks in my bathroom and empty food packets under the couch – and don`t even let me start with the hot boys who take my living room every Sunday to watch sports. I can`t take more. Emma: Thank you very much! That`s exactly what I hope to have as a finished project. I design my own, but I tend to start my blankets months before. I like to use models as a „muse“ for the cover, so I go in search of four things: a fun model, a bright photo, something that fits the subject of the book, and all this must make me happy. From there, I can pass at least five photos and three concepts before I find what it takes. The colocation agreement was a rare first project that made the cut! The template was perfect for what I imagined to be a writer (it may have helped me to have a messy bun myself at the time) and the noteboard on the front/in the background text was a tribute to the chord itself. I therefore propose a colocation agreement. One that will bring peace and order back into my life, with rules that could stop my swarm found on my best friend in his tracks.

After all, there are only so many times you can see your best friend naked before you start losing your mind. Rules. I want them to be destroyed. Isn`t it? Leave your homeless best friend with you, he said. Being roommates is going to be fun, he said. It`s temporary, he said. He never said I would fall in love with him. Shelby is a bit OCD when it comes to certain aspects of her life. She is a fighting writer who knows she needs a roommate to pay the rent/bills. When Shelby`s best friend is about to be homeless, she decides to take him in in the hope that it will only take a few months. Jay is your typical man.

He tends to leave things everywhere, and that drives Shelby crazy. Jay runs one of his father`s gyms and tends to have a lot of boys for sports, which drives Shelby crazy and also hinders his work. What happens when these best friends/roommates start to realize that their feelings have started to change? Will they risk more than 20 years of friendship for true love? Emma has a path with words that fully invests you in the book. These words also captivate all kinds of emotions, from laughter, love to hate/exaggeration of the characters. I can`t wait to be drawn into another Emma book. .