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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
One Hot Roomie: Hot Brits, Book 2 is a spicy romantic comedy written by Anna Durand. Elena, Reese Dixon’s brother’s girlfriend, had given him the keys to her New York City flat for a two-week holiday. Elena had promised that the refrigerator would be stocked, and her brother Kyle had probably left some beer in the fridge just in case he happened to stop by. His big brother, Chance, had won over Elena and had taken her home to England. Chance and Elena wondered if perhaps Reese would follow suit, but Chance was all too familiar with Reese’s habitual inclination to “love them and leave them.” Indeed, Reese was just looking for a hot girl to shag. He never expected to find an amazing woman already in the flat -- and very scantily clad at that. He later learned that Elena’s brother Kyle had offered to let her stay there without realizing Reece had already been promised the flat. What were they to do? Turns out that the girl, Arden Clover Pesti, was Elena’s best friend, and Chance would personally kill his brother if he decided to put his moves on her.
Anna Durand adroitly sets the stage for a fun romantic comedy in One Hot Roomie. While this is the second book in her Hot Brits series, this book is perfectly suited as a standalone. Readers who are familiar with Durand’s Hot Scots series know what a treat they are in for, and any readers new to Durand’s work will quickly realize they are a lot of fun. Her characters are well-crafted and authentic, and the New York City setting is a delight. I loved touring the Big Apple once again and indulging in the endless opportunities for pizza and museums. Durand’s two main characters are perfect foils for each other; both are conflicted and for good reason. Seeing as they try to make being roomies for two weeks work is priceless entertainment. Well-written and smartly plotted, One Hot Roomie: Hot Brits, Book 2 is most highly recommended.