The thing is Elizabeth Hayley didn’t just give us “some words.” They give us a roommates to lovers story that was perfect parts emotional, fun, and sexy. I did end up enjoying it, but it was nothing special.
Described in one word, it would be: Quick fast and honestly not very impactful.
He has saved the universe many times from the Heartless, saved Kingdom Hearts from being controlled by those with evil intentions, and has made new friends in each world he visited.
However, he fails his mark of mastery exam after almost getting himself killed by Xehanort's younger self, needing to be rescued by his friends as Riku and Kairi become Keyblade Masters.
Sora was an average teenage boy, though average was an understatement.
At the age of fourteen, he was thrust into a battle between light and darkness, wielding a mystical weapon known as the Keyblade, saving worlds from creatures known as the Heartless and finding his friends, Riku and Kairi.
But as he was close to reaching the coordinates, his own gummi ship, which he crafted on his own while on a break a week prior to his exam's failure, malfunctions for some unknown reason and crashes into the world of Equestria.I was also thinking this book was gonna be funnier than it was, suddenly it became so dark and heavy but I wasn’t invested to be feeling something. Misadventures with My Roommate presents a quirky heroine that grows on you, a respectful hero that goes with the flow, and a roommates to lovers scenario that gets right to it.I would have probably liked this story more if it was carried out in a longer book, but it felt very rushed, like a novella size. Perhaps read it if you are a fan of the other works of the author, but I was mostly disappointed. It's a likable storyline-based romance that's not just sex like many of the other installments in the **I received an early copy of this title courtesy of Net Galley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review**While Misadventures with My Roommate is part of the "Misadventures" series, it can definitely be read as a standalone.I was actually so tempted to dnf this book in the first 20% because Blake was so dislikeable and weird , like her humor is really difficult to discern. He needs a new place to live and that’s how they end up being roommates.
She is very sarcastic, but a sarcastic that is so dry it seems they actually believe what they are saying, and you end up thinking the person is stupid. She says whatever’s on her mind and that can be at times too much for people. Gavin is 25 and a fellow co-worker at the coffee shop. They’ve always had chemistry so once they start living together all bets are off.Having had an especially troubling childhood, Blake’s aware she doesn’t exactly fit the definition of “normal.” Her lack of filter, dry sense of humor, and uncanny ability to read people make her rather unique—and difficult to live with.