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A New Roommate

By Javin Strome

Copyright@2018 by Javin Strome

Smashwords Edition

This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

Sally looked at Robert and felt her head throb. There was much to the man than met the eye and she knew she was going to have to find out. He was seated on the couch, busy playing a video game. No one else had touched that console before he walked into the house. But now everyone wanted to play because it was suddenly cool. She hated how cool he was, how collected he seemed and how he made everyone follow whatever he was doing.

It was annoying. The man was too perfect and Sally knew that no one was supposed to be that perfect. She walked to where he was seated and flopped down. Robert did not even turn to look at her, he was busy playing. But he acknowledged her presence by shifting some.

“You play all day,” the woman said.

“It is cool. You are the only person who has never tired this game,” he said. The man had a British accent, one that everyone loved.

Sally was glad that she had tried the game, but she knew that telling him that would lead to him asking her to play. The last thing she wanted was to like him like everyone else did.

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