Sharing Space (The Complete Series)

Sharing Space (The Complete Series)

by Nina Perez


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781494955076
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/08/2014
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Nina Perez is the author of

The Twin Prophecies: Rebirth
Blog It Out, Bitch
The Sharing Space Series
The Twin Prophecies: Origins (March 2014)
Lily in the Middle (Summer 2014)

She is also the founder of Blog It Out, Bitch and Project Fandom, a site filled with the latest in pop culture from a geek's point of view.

During the day she serves as a Social Media Community Manager for an online outdoor retailer. By night, she writes, watches a lot of British TV, and spends quality time with her two MacBook Pros, iPhone, and iPad 2.

She enjoys tabletop gaming, video games, smexy novels, crime novels, and anything science fiction. From Brooklyn, New York, she now resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband and two children.

She may also be slightly addicted to Apple products, Benedict Cumberbatch, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, and Idris Elba.

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Sharing Space (The Complete Series) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Series was very well written. I enjoyed getting to know the charcters. Came across as a very realistic development of a roomates to lovers relationship.
romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
Sweet, funny, contemporary romance Looking for a contemporary, interracial romance with emotional teeth and excellent characterization and writing? Then look no further than Sharing Space (The Complete Series) by Nina Perez. This collection of six novellas centers on the budding romance between Chloe Brooks and Patrick Murphy. Chloe is a marketing assistant at Manhattan’s Braxton and Lloyd Consulting Agency, who is having a bad day after discovering that her boyfriend of eight months, Lawrence, is cheating on her and that her roommate, Grace, is leaving her in a lurch by moving out suddenly to pursue a new life in California. As one of the few African-American professionals at Braxton and Lloyd, Chloe’s on the fast track up the corporate ladder but has not “made it” financially and is in desperate need of a new roommate to split the rent on her apartment. After weeding through an array of kooky applicants and against some reservation about having a male roommate, she chooses Patrick. Despite their obvious differences in backgrounds and social and professional circles, they slowly but surely develop a comfortable friendship and ultimate romance. I’m glad I read the six novellas, i.e. Roommate Wanted, Family Ties, Slow Burn, Taking Chances, Winter Wishes and Before Forever, as a whole collection rather than separately, because at the end of each novella I was anxious to move on to the next. That’s just how well the author crafted the entire story. Chloe and Patrick’s journey to love is both compelling and relatable with family, career and interracial issues as potential roadblocks. Even the secondary characters are interesting and have their own character arcs without being a distraction from the central relationship between the hero and heroine. I would definitely recommend this collection to anyone who loves sweet, funny, contemporary romance. -Reviewed by Angela
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this story of Patrick and Cloe. Didn't want it to end. Want to read more about Patrick and Cloe. The wedding , the baby, their lives together as a family. Look forward to the next read. GREAT JOB!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A thoroughly enjoyable read. It was hard to put down. Loved the characters. The story was funny, sexy, romantic and different. I am so looking forward to the author's next book.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a light and fun read. The ups and downs and laughs of a relationship of this kind was nicely done. It made me smile in a down mood and what more can you ask for?
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