The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary full audiobook

The Flatshare

Beth O'Leary

First published 18 april 2019

The Flatshare is a sweet and funny romance novel by Beth O'Leary, about two roommates who share a flat and a bed, but never meet. Tiffy is a quirky editor who needs a cheap place to live after breaking up with her ex. Leon is a shy nurse who works night shifts and needs extra money. They agree to share Leon's one-bedroom flat, but only when the other is not there. They communicate through notes left around the flat, and slowly develop a friendship and attraction.


I enjoyed this novel because it was charming, witty, and realistic. The characters were well-developed and relatable, especially Tiffy and Leon, who had distinct and engaging voices. The plot was clever and original, with many humorous and touching moments. The setting was vivid and authentic, with a lot of details about London and its culture. The writing style was smooth and captivating, with a lot of dialogue and description.


I think this novel is a great example of contemporary romance, because it shows how love can grow from unexpected situations and connections. It also deals with some serious issues, such as emotional abuse, family problems, and mental health. I recommend this novel to anyone who likes romantic comedy, friendship, or slice-of-life stories.


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