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2B or Not 2B (Roomies Series Book 1) by [Witter, Stephanie]
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London Reed is on the hunt for a place to live before the start of her second year in college. Either she is successful and can enjoy her student life without the pressure of her parents breathing down her neck, or she goes back home and clashes with her parents.
Because London doesn’t have a filter.
''You’re a weird one, aren’t you?''
She basically tells it as she sees it. So when she meets the hunky and scarred guy who lives in apartment 2B, the last apartment on her exhausting list, she’s sure to bring some crazy in his life.
But he’s determined to not take a girl for a roommate.
"I have nothing against you, but I don't see this working for me."
London doesn’t give up that easily and makes a deal with him. If she makes it for two months, she’s in for the whole year. If not, then she leaves to never contact him again.
Easy, right? Not so much.
"You should have told me that you wanted me to be all over you."
When a guy and a girl live under the same roof, it’s bound to complicate things. Between banters, heady games of seduction, innuendos and insecurities revealed, the life in apartment 2B isn’t simple, and a few slips in their relationship doesn’t help the matter.
"You're driving me completely nuts. That's my f-----g problem."

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1304 KB
  • Print Length: 236 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0692308814
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Anchor Group Publishing (24 June 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LAGEM9I
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #120,949 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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This I loved she slept out of her comfort zone and proved her self very strong will but he was a tough nut to crack but there was so much sexual tension between these pair it was exciting to read nicely written
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this was a good story
took a little.long for them to actual admit there feelings to each other.. It was a nice first book to a series.
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Amazing writing
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ehh 30 June 2014
By Cass - Published on Amazon.com
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2.5 stars

This was a quick read with a really interesting plot line. The story had a lot of potential but I found it extremely frustrating.

Byron was promiscuous, to say the least. Even after deciding that he liked London, he constantly had females in his bedroom. But he didn't think it was okay for London to have any guys around. He was such a hypocritical tool! And he was always saying to London, "You didn't just say that," after she would say something that he deemed guy-like. Yes, she did! I think it was so frustrating because what she was saying wasn't that uncommon for women to say. I hear girls talk like that all the time.

London bugged me for a whole other set of reasons. A) She didn't want to be "that girl" so she didn't say anything about Byron hooking up with other girls even after there were very strong indications of mutual interest between her and Byron, if you know what I mean. She should prefer being "that girl" to the one that lets some guy disrespect her. B) She constantly assumed she knew what Byron was thinking, so she kept making idiotic decisions. C) Every time she hooked up with a guy, it was to make Byron jealous. Grow up! (I know, she's only 19, but that's just so petty and unsatisfying. What's the point of hooking up if you're not even enjoying yourself?!)

I felt London's weight was addressed too much. Even when she was relaxing with her best friend, she was described as crossing her chubby arms over her chest. Usually when weight is addressed this much in a book, it's eventually discussed in a positive light later on, but that didn't happen here (at least that I can remember).

I would have also liked to get the rest of the story behind the Ryan situation. London discussed in it a very vague way that left me wondering what exactly he did to her.

I think this book could benefit from an editor. Spelling and grammar weren't horrible here, but there were several times where words were obviously misused (not misspelled). It was very distracting for me. I would literally stop and debate with myself about whether or not things were spelled wrong or whether the author deliberately used that word (e.g., bare feet paddled across the floor instead of padded). I know a lot of people can ignore that sort of thing but I got caught up on it.

Like I said, I liked the story line and I'm not opposed to reading more of Stephanie Witter's work. I'll just probably stick to things with a little less tension because I wanted to shake these characters sometimes..
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good! 4 July 2014
By Kendra - Published on Amazon.com
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So I just finished the New Adult Contemporary Romance novel, 2B or Not 2B? by Stephanie Witter, and for the most part loved it! I really liked how London wasn't afraid to be herself, and that she had a good relationship with her (not so) little sister. London reminds me of myself and her relationships remind me of my own.

London (Bridge) and Byron's (Lord) relationship was awkward, funny, and most of all, realistic! Byron has a lot of baggage, but it doesn't stop him from opening up and becoming more human, more vulnerable. There were times I laughed out loud while reading this (of course, I was at the allergist's office, and people looked at me like I was crazy haha) and times my heart just broke for the characters. London really grew up over the course of the two months documented, and opened herself up to love. She was burned by her high school boyfriend and became slightly bitter towards love, and didn't see herself in the way others saw her.

I didn't like how she (London) talked about her weight and looks as much as she did, I felt like we got the point that she wasn't a toothpick, but that she was a realistic woman, who wasn't completely comfortable with her body. Her best friend, Logan, was amazing, and knew her in that way only those close to one do. My pet peeve with him is that he almost never called London by her name, or some variation of it, but rather called her "Baby." If you've been friends as long as those two have, there is usually at least one nickname that one person has for the other.

I would have loved to have this be a dual POV, so we could see what (Lord) Byron was thinking, but there were allusions at the end of 2B or Not 2B? that there was possibly a book coming out in the series that was from his POV. I felt like the author could have extended the book a little bit by showing what exactly happened with London and her ex - we never find out their history, which is a little frustrating. I felt like if I knew the backstory, I could hate him more, haha.

Overall, I really liked this book! It is on my favorites on my Kindle, and while there were some grammatical issues and the fact that it was set in California at UCLA (correct me if I'm wrong, please), they used verbage that Americans, especially American college students don't use. For example, talking about "snogging" instead of kissing; the spelling of roomy - to me this means there is a lot of room as opposed to a roommate (roomie); saying "fancied" to show they liked something, and other small things that aren't necessarily incorrect, but just don't fit with the setting and jarred me out of the flow.

I've decided to give 2B or Not 2B? 4/5 Stars. I really enjoyed this and other books by Stephanie Witter, and with some cleaning up, this could easily be a 5 star book.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Fun, fast read 4 July 2014
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Overall fun read. There were some grammar issues but they weren't enough to deter from the story. A few things did bother me though, one being I noticed that the timeline was not always followed- one day it was a Friday and the next day was a weekday and there were classes. The other thing that bothered me was how many times he said "you didn't just say that" - well yes she did and she keeps saying things like that so I figured he would have gotten used to it but he didn't. Again it was a fun read that definitely kept me hooked but not one of my favorites.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars not my favorite, but a good base story 10 July 2014
By Carrie Marie - Published on Amazon.com
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I didn't enjoy this story as much as I thought I would. :( The writing and base story are solid and enjoyable. Unfortunately, our main characters (London & Byron, LOVE the names!) spend too much of the story dancing around each other. Time-wise w/in the story, the whole thing takes place w/in a two month period, so, not that long! But even after Byron starts to have feelings for London, he continues his string of one night stands w/ her in the apt. And London does something similar. I just didn't enjoy reading in that much detail what was going on there. If that sort of thing doesn't bother you, then please go for this story, because there is a lot of good there!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stephanie Witter has delivered another winner. 6 July 2014
By Lynn/2 Girls & A Book - Published on Amazon.com
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Looking for a sassy, fun, sexy, new read? Well look no further than 2B or Not 2B? from Stephanie Witter. This story has it all; love, heartache, betrayal and that is just London’s back story. Throw in Byron’s war torn past that he refuses to discuss and his need to wallow with a different bed mate each night and you have the back story. Do not be put off thinking this is just a hot romp. This book has heart and soul as well.

London is in need of place to stay and refuses to return home to live with her parents while attending college. She answers an ad placed by Bryon who is in need of a roomie. Byron is not interested in sharing his place a female but the quick witted London gets him to agree to a trial period. Of course there is sexual tension immediately but that is not all there is to their story. London is still reeling from a bad break-up from her high school hook up and spiraling out with it comes to relationships. Byron has a military past he refuses to discuss and seems to be trudging through each day with a new, nameless fling. Looking deeper at him the reader can see he just needs stability, patience and love. Frankly so does London. The question is can they find those things in each other.

Stephanie Witter has delivered another winner. It’s a fun, quick, witty read that is sure to delight any reader. Five stars to another Witter great.

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