Author – Sariah Wilson
Genre – Romance
Page Count – 301 pages
Madison Huntingdon has always had all her decisions made for her by her uber rich parents as means to some alliance which would benefit their political or business ambitions. Tired of having everything decided for her and ready to pursue her dreams, Madison is forced to cut ties with her family and become a second-grade teacher.
When the opportunity arises for her to be the roommate to Tyler Roth, a 26 year old with new money and looks which can kill, in exchange of keeping the house clean, she jumps at it. Cue in the beautiful friendship which blossoms between the two of them and the struggles which Madison goes through while navigating her new independent life.
SOME THINGS TO LIKE ABOUT THE BOOK
I haven’t read such a balanced romance in a while. Even though Roommaid follows the regular romance tropes to the dot, there was still something fresh about the relationship between Madison and Tyler.
There is a lot common between the main characters especially in terms of the pressures they feel from their parents and a zeal to be persons of their own.
The book has just the perfect amount of side stories going on to make it interesting and engrossing as well as a really fast read.
Also, Pigeon, the golden retriever.
THINGS I DIDN’T LIKE ABOUT THE BOOK
The title of the book is slightly misleading and there is not a lot of ‘maid’ in the story.
The arrangement between Tyler and Madison seems slightly unbelievable and something right out of dreams.
Overall, the book is really enjoyable and makes for a perfect autumn read for a slow and lazy day.