All Keegan wanted was a roommate who was quiet, minded their own business, and paid for part of the rent. Instead, she got Camden Brooks.
Camden, with his sinful body, sharp tongue, and the inability to stay out of Keegan’s personal space, couldn’t seem to curb his interest in the new girl who wouldn’t put up with his domineering ways.
Feelings were running rampant, sexual tension was thick, and both were struggling to let go of control.
To some people, getting a roommate simply meant living with another person. But to both Camden and Keegan it was a curveball that neither was prepared to swing at.
**Strong sexual content**
Can be read as a stand alone. Each brother will have their own book. (A 96,000 word novel)
Review by Brittany
I could relate to this story, well some of it. Keegan is studying to become a doctor at the University of Georgia. Studying to be a doctor is hard, period, but it’s even harder when you’re basically raising your eight-year-old sister.
As I said, I can relate. I’ve been told by many people that I’ve been raising my four-year-old brother even though I’m a full time student in college as well. I may not be studying to be a doctor, but that doesn’t matter. Having to rearrange my schedule some days to be able to babysit takes a toll.
Anyways, Keegan is tired of raising her sister, Sarah. She wants what’s best for her, but it’s hurting her grades. Her mother says she’s working late, but comes home smelling like a man. So, to fix this, Macie, Keegan’s best friend, suggests she moves out. After some thought, Keegan agrees.
After going through tons of fliers, they call some places and set up appointments. After two busts, they come to a very nice apartment near campus. The roommate was a guy, but he was normal…and hot. The inside was gorgeous, everything was perfect. As she was about to sign her name, in walks another gorgeous man. Soon she realizes that the guy that showed her the apartment was not her future roommate, but his brother. Camden Brooks, the owner of the Dugout, a gym a few blocks away, would be the person she’d be living with for at least a year.
Camden obviously didn’t want a roommate. He was a total dick to her for the first few months. But when Keegan gets hurt by her boyfriend, she runs into the arms of Camden. He vows to protect her and never hurt her, but there’s some things he’s hiding. Keegan can tell and it’s hurting her. She’s fallen hard for this guy, but has he fallen for her? Is he just stringing her along?
I really liked this book. It was great because it was one of those stories where it’s a cat and mouse chase. The two that really should be together don’t start out that way. And when it finally happens… it’s explosive.
Stacy Borel can write with heat. There’s no doubt about that. Camden Brooks is one hot piece of meat, and he knows it. He can work a woman in the bedroom…and out of it. He’s probably one of my top fictional boyfriends now. And he plays baseball. THE PANTS. THE BASEBALL PANTS. ‘Nough said.
The only thing that really bothered me with this book, and is causing me to give it four and a half stars instead of five, is the issues with Keegan’s mother and sister. I felt that it was a big deal, the problems with them, but it wasn’t written as I feel it should have. It was pushed to the back and not dealt with properly. Whereas I can understand that, Keegan has her own life too, but some major things happened with them, and the resolution just didn’t satisfy me.
But other than that, I really liked this book. And think about it. There are four Brooks brothers. Turner, Camden, Dodger, and Wrigley. You see the theme here? They’re all baseball playing hotties. And there will be a book for each of them. SQUEE. I can’t wait! But I think Camden will be my favorite. Or Dodger… Maybe Wrigley? Turner? I CAN’T DECIDE
About Stacy Borel
I'm a Coast Guard wife and currently a stay at home mom. I want to be a nurse when I "grow up." My incredibly handsome husband and I have been married for 9 years and I have 2 amazing children that keep life interesting.
I am an obsessive reader. I go through 3-5 books a week on my Kindle and I whole-heartedly support my indie authors. After reading well over a couple hundred books this year, I decided I might give it a shot writing my own book. I dabbled with a few ideas and finally settled on a story I know I'd personally read and I began the journey of creating Ever Enough. I appreciate all the support I've been given by my family, friends, and fellow indie authors. You've all shaped my view on life and books and I'll be forever greatful!