I was actually sad to see it end. I really enjoyed following the main character and exploring her world. Maybe it was so enjoyable because I've had a lot of roommates myself and I've lived in various degrees of cleanliness and safety, much like the main character. :) It was a touch predictable at times, but that didn't take away from my enjoyment. Great chick lit for anyone that's had roommates.
Very predictable...but an enjoyable easy read. Something great to bring to the beach and relax with.
All Elise wants is a normal roommate. She thought starting her life over in San Diego would mean writing at the beach and rendezvousing with sun-kissed surfer gods. But once she arrives, her California dreaming' turns into a nightmare. Her apartment is miles from the ocean, her roommie Justine's boyfriend has moved in (and he isn't kicking in a penny-just smoking up a storm). And Elise is starting to get used to the helicopters that fly overhead, warning everyone to lock their doors. But she knows there must be better places to live, and better people to room with. Like Max. Actually, she'd like to share a whole lot more with him than a bathroom.