The Roommate - Lexy Timms

The Roommate

By Lexy Timms

  • Release Date: 2021-11-04
  • Genre: New Adult
Score: 3.5
From 2,710 Ratings



I'm invisible on campus. A girl nobody would look at twice. Broke, but desperate to break out of my shell, I've agreed to take in a roommate. A girl named Casey. Except, turns out Casey isn't a girl at all. He's the hottest guy I've ever seen. Now I'm living with a guy for the first time in my life, and I want him so bad it hurts. Problem is, so does every other girl on campus.


At Gulf Coast University there are winners and, well, everyone else. I'm a winner. Star quarterback. Ladies' man. I can have any girl I want. Almost any girl. My shy, nerdy roommate is not only NOT MY TYPE, but she's off limits as well. Sleeping with Abigail would screw up this whole living arrangement. So would revealing everything I've worked so hard to hide.

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  • Optimistic

    By Lizzie254
    The story is sweet and the set up is nice. I wish the writer would come away from saying the same thing over and over again just to fill in gaps. Overall, I’ve excited to see where the next book will lead.
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  • Steamy young adult read

    By Ten feet
    Developing the inner thoughts of 20 year olds finding their way in college- sexuality and relationships with the opposite sex.
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  • Don’t think I will

    By erling.kuphal
    Call back at the time I’m back
  • Easy read - horrible ending

    By Ali is the bestest
    The book was interesting throughout. The ending was quick and unexpected and super disappointing. Lots of build up for absolutely nothing to happen.
  • Hate the Ending

    By justinwsoppro
    It literally led up to nothing. Why waste hundreds of pages just to rush the ending?
  • Bad ending

    By ary35418
    Really good book at the beginning you can really get into it but the ending ruins the whole process of the book as soon as the books at its peak it’s over terrible ending leaving you feeling unfulfilled.