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The Roommate Remodel by Grace Worthington: Book Review

 *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

Brax MacPherson is the hotshot player hockey teams only dream of having . . . and everything I’m trying not to get burned by.

I’ve already been burned once. When Brax kissed me last year at his sister’s wedding—who also happens to be my best friend—and then ghosted me afterward, I swore off dating players like him.

When I advertise for new roommates to earn extra money to pay my mortgage, I never expected the hockey team would take me up on the offer.

Or that Brax would get switched to this team and end up as my accidental roommate.

As the team’s new marketing manager, I’ve got a front row seat to the Brax show every. single. day.

I’m trying not to trip over my own feelings—for the sake of this team and my job.

Meanwhile, I have to pretend my heart is as cold as ice, even though this hockey heartthrob is the biggest distraction I’ve ever laid eyes on.

No matter how Brax looks at me or how real things start to feel, I know this is a temporary arrangement. He’s too talented to stay on this team. And the roommate situation is too hard on my heart, no matter how good I am at pretending there aren’t sparks flying between us.

But when my feelings for Brax heat up, I wonder how this game between us is going to end.

With me winning over the man I can’t stop thinking about? Or losing everything, including my heart?

The Roommate Remodel is a sweet hockey romcom that's a closed door romantic comedy with no spice, but all the chemistry and emotion to give you a happily ever after!

Grace Worthington eats, breathes, and geeks out over sweet romcoms. So it’s no surprise that she believes that laughter and love are a cure-all for pretty much everything in life. After a short stint working in musical theatre (where she was often cast in comedic roles), she instills her books with witty banter, lovable characters, and a story that moves your heart and soul. Her inspiration includes quaint towns by the beach, romantic comedy movies from the '80s & '90s, and the crazy shenanigans of her family. Snag a free sweet romcom at graceworthington.com

 The Roommate Remodel is the fourth book in the Renovation Romance series. While it's a great series that I would recommend reading anyway, this could definitely be enjoyed just fine as a standalone as well. 

I have adored every single book in this series... and this one is no exception. First off, it has two of my very favorite tropes--- hockey romance and best friend's brother! Needless to say, I was all in right from the start. And with the chemistry between these two, it was pretty hard not to be! Jaz and Brax were both such wonderfully written characters. Jaz is such a caretaker with a lot of weight on her shoulders with taking care of her sister after an injury and renovating her grandma's old house. To help with finances, she takes on a team of hockey players as renters... not realizing one of those players was Brax, who'd ghosted her after his sister's wedding. Given this history, I wasn't sure how I would feel about Brax at first, but as we get to know him, we see there is a lot more to the story... and well, it was hard not to love him in the end with the way he takes care of her where no one else has. I absolutely adored these two together and couldn't get enough! 

Beyond the romance though, I also really found myself loving this team too. They are far from perfect, but they had me laughing out loud and I loved seeing them come together as a team that really felt more like family. I absolutely cannot wait to see more of them in their own series!! 

The Roommate Remodel is a closed-door romance with kisses only and no language. 

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