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Publisher's Summary

I like to think I’m a practical person.

Car stop working? Thank God for mechanic boyfriends.

Goldfish floating upside down? Well, I clearly shouldn’t have a fish.

Irrefutably attracted to one of my new roommates? I’ve lost my mind, obviously.

Did I mention my roommate is also a female? As well as the reason I’m in this house?

When I got my dream job at a Los Angeles hospital more than 600 miles away from home, I didn’t hesitate when another perfect offer fell into my lap.

Large house. Four other girls my age - one of whom is on the shift I’m coming into. Room for rent at a crazy low price.

Yes, please.

Except, now she’s in every part of my life, and I can’t keep telling myself I’m losing my mind.

Because her slow smirks and mesmerizing laugh make me want her in ways I shouldn’t. Her soft touches and earth-shattering kisses have me questioning everything I thought I knew.

And now, my heart’s getting tangled up in this too.

©2021 Molly McAdams (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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I wish I wouldn't have finished these 2 books so fast because I NEED more! What's going on with Mia? What will happen with Stevie and Russell?? We need at least 2 more books in this series. PLEASE...& thank you :)

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Wow wow wow

Love this book! Ending just made me sit here in disbelief wanting some much more!

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Love is love

off I want to emphasize it finally feels good to be seen.

This book was one of the best slow burns I’ve read in a long time. Ari and Kingsley take us on a roller coaster ride. I could not stop reading this book. Let’s just say love is love and Molly depicted it in such a beautiful way.

As a queer person, I know how it feels to be infatuated with a cis person and fight those feelings. What Molly did in this book was capture what some many of us in the LGBTQA+ community go through on a daily basis it’s not like what the movies show. It’s what Molly beautifully illustrated in Love.

Thank you Molly!

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Terrible ending

The book was great! But the ending was terrible. I figured there would be another book, like the series on “the Dixon boys”, but I don’t see one.

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beautiful

love this story. friendships and exceptance. following your heart. the author has so much feeling and detail with each characters thoughts and actions. narration awesome. must read!

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The main character is a massive pushover and it’s never addressed

I really liked this book, but I hated how there were so many awful people that no one ever stood up to! I thought for sure it would redeem this by having one of the characters finally stand up for herself (Kenzie) but she never did it makes you really dislike her for what a pushover/wuss she was! People verbally abused her throughout the book and every once in a while somebody would a tiny bit stand up for her but most of the time they just let it go it’s so obnoxious! Are people really like this? If someone would actually just accept so much abuse they are seriously messed up and need therapy! Ruined an otherwise good book. Too bad