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I Heart Bloomberg (86 Bloomberg Place series #1) ❴PDF❵ ❤ I Heart Bloomberg (86 Bloomberg Place series #1) Author Melody Carlson – Thomashillier.co.uk Kendall’s managed to wrangle her grandmother’s house—free and clear—except for the rules No male roommates But that’s ok with the right ad she’ll pull in some girls their rent and if she Kendall’s managed to wrangle her grandmother’s house—free and clear—except for the rules No male roommates But that’s ok with the right ad she’ll pull in some girls their rent and if she’s lucky she won’t have to go to work any time soonFor their part Anna Lelani and Megan all have their reasons for wanting to move in Anna has got to get I Heart Epub / out from under her overprotective parents; Lelani can’t take another day in her aunt’s tiny crackerbox house overflowing with toddlers and Megan needs a place free of her current roommate from Hades Though they come with assorted extra baggage filled with broken hearts and dreams they will discover they also have a vast array of hidden strengthsAs they struggle to become the women they want to be they’ll find new hope and maybe even Kendall will learn a thing or two about life love and the true meaning of friendship.

  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • I Heart Bloomberg (86 Bloomberg Place series #1)
  • Melody Carlson
  • English
  • 03 January 2016
  • 9781589191044

About the Author: Melody Carlson

Melody Carlson is the award winning author of over two hundred books several of them Christmas novellas from Revell including her much loved and bestselling book The Christmas Bus She also writes many teen books including the Diary of a Teenage Girl series the TrueColors series and the Carter House Girls series Melody was nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in I Heart Epub / the inspi.



10 thoughts on “I Heart Bloomberg (86 Bloomberg Place series #1)

  1. Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) says:

    About this book “Kendall’s managed to wrangle her grandmother’s house—free and clear—except for the rules No male roommates But that’s ok with the right ad she’ll pull in some girls their rent and if she’s lucky she won’t have to go to work any time soon For their part Anna Lelani and Megan all have their reasons for wanting to move in Anna has got to get out from under her overprotective parents; Lelani can’t take another day in her aunt’s tiny crackerbox house overflowing with toddlers and Megan needs a place free of her current roommate from Hades Though they come with assorted extra baggage filled with broken hearts and dreams they will discover they also have a vast array of hidden strengths As they struggle to become the women they want to be they’ll find new hope and maybe even Kendall will learn a thing or two about life love and the true meaning of friendship”Series Book #1 in the “86 Bloomberg Place” series Spiritual Content A few Scriptures are mentioned; Prayers; Talks about God; ‘H’s are not capital when referring to God; Megan is a Christian; Mentions of prayers; Mentions of churches; Mentions of Christians; A couple mentions of God; A couple mentions of those in the Bible; A couple mentions of devotionals reading devotions; Note Kendall mentions other religions says she doesn’t care as long as they don’t try to convert her; A mention of a roommate from Hades Negative Content Minor cussing including a reference to the ‘b ’ word “ueen B as in B rhymes with witch” a ‘cruddy’ a ‘crummy’ a ‘duh’ a ‘freaking’ a ‘pain in the butt’ a ‘shut up’ a ‘sucked’ a ‘witch’ two ‘dumb’s five ‘idiot’s and seventeen forms of ‘stupid’; Mentions of curses said not written; Wanting to slap someone; Drinking wine Kemdall has a drinking wine problem; Many mentions of missing girls abductions bodies murders; Mentions of alcohol wine; Mentions of parties drinking hangovers drugs cocaine smokers; Mentions of divorce; A few mentions of jail rehab; Note Many mentions of designers; Mentions of Starbucks going to; A mention of a sci fi movie with aliens Sexual Content a not detailed kiss; a ‘babe’ and a ‘tramp’; Kendall’s boyfriend wants to move in with her but she firmly says no; Kendall sticks to her guns on guys trying to push her; Kendall says she doesn’t want a sugar daddy because that would be disgusting; Lelani’s uncle trues for an improper embrace gives her a creepy and violated vibe; Spoiler view spoilerLelani had a baby with a married man she didn’t know he was married hide spoiler

  2. Red Red says:

    My first 'christian' fiction Possibly my last I found the 4 girls to be caricatures and Megan as the only active Christian in the bunch is written as a Mary Sue the most virtuous and able of the 4 girls the only one who doesn't have a skeleton in her emotional closet Kendall is written as her polar opposite She is a narcissistic train wreck that you can't turn away from She is mean clueless alcoholic shopoholic bulimic self centered entitled as spoiled as she can be We all know people with some of her ualities but putting all of the 'bad' into this one character is over the top of piling on The story is blessedly short and obviously set up as the first part of a series All in all this was a little too one dimensional for me Reading the synopsis of the other 3 books in the series is sufficient resolution to the girls' stories for me

  3. Jody Jody says:

    I only give this book 2 stars because I DID finish reading The characters were very shallow I really wonder if the author received product kickback because many products were referenced throughout the book For example Clinue Prada I will not purchase the rest of this series

  4. Jenny Jackson Jenny Jackson says:

    Even though the title turned me off of the book a little I love the author Melody Carlson so I decided to read it any way And trust me the book was much better I Heart Bloomberg is the first in a series about four diverse young women living in one house together In this book they all meet each other for the first time and move in together Each one moving in with different motivations and very different expectations Anna Lelani and Megan are all excited to move in to Kendall's house at first but once they start to see what they signed up for they all start to have second thoughtsAlthough the book did start off a little slow as the author introduced the characters and beginning plot it becomes very interesting and hard to put down It has a twist in the middle that will drive you crazy until you finish it I also liked how the author made four very different characters with very different backgrounds and ethnicities She makes it very easy for anyone to relate to the bookI recommend this book to any young adult or teenaged girl because this book is not only good entertainment but also gives the reader four different perspectives of life It shows the reader how each decision we make effects our lives and the people around us

  5. Whitney Whitney says:

    Where to start on this book? It started out as a light hearted chiclit book I guess it ended that way too but boy did I HATE this book Megan was pretty much a mary sue Everyone except Kendall and her boss thought she was the best thing since sliced bread Kendall is my least favorite character ever Actually maybe she passed Twilight's Bella and is #1 There was nothing likable or redeemable about her She was like Paris Hilton only worse At least Paris sort of works The plot was pointless and there was very little character development The only characters I really liked were Gil and Marcus and they were secondary characters I can see why this book was free on Kindle Don't even bother even for free

  6. Celestial Celestial says:

    I was actually relatively surprised when I liked this book I wasn't completely sure I would enjoy a book about four girls living together but thought it was worth a try anyways This is one of those books that you didn't realize you read so fast When you are at the end you think Wow that went by fast To me this is a good thing Each chapter of the book is from one of the four girls' perspective The constant switching of perspectives is probably what made the book go by fast because at each chapter you learned a new things about every character Megan is a already independent girl who just graduated college and has a talent with interior designing She is the fighter stubborn and most hardworking out of the girls Megan is also the only Christian so farLelani is med student drop out not as bad as it sounds from Hawaii with a backstory She is the most compassionate easygoing thoughtful girl in the house Anna is a mama's girl that is looking for some independence from her large Latino family She is the most outspoken supportive and concernedmotherly girl out of the four Kendall is a college drop out that has a drinking problem and is a shopaholic She is by far the most spoiled self centered lazy roommate out of them all Ahhh She is a jerk Not a lovable one at ALL I just hope she will somehow get nicer throughout the books which is very doubtful Honestly the girls in this book are crazy nice to Kendall in the end All I have to say to that is that they are likely much nice to her than I'd be These girls together learn how to live with each other fix up a dingy looking house and try to stay safe from the kidnapper that his kidnapping young woman This book was surprisingly good as I stated earlier I recommend this book to contemporary lovers The only I was slightly confused about this book is that it is supposed to be Christian but God was only mentioned a few times and only one of the four main characters is a believer I would like to see how this plays out and if other characters end up getting saved Warning The content in this book may be to mature for kids under 13 years old

  7. Stephany Stephany says:

    I really enjoyed this book although I can't say it should be labeled a Christian book as no real Christian values were discussed One of the girls is a Christian although that's just talked about a few times but never really acted onI think it was a good book but I'm hoping her next three in the series are a lot better The characters weren't too cliche which I really liked They all had their own struggles and internal battles and it'll be interesting to see how they work them out

  8. Brenda Brenda says:

    I Heart Bloomberg is about one obnoxious woman named Kendall whose grandmother gave her a house She decides to rent out the extra three bedrooms as a way to make some extra money so she doesn't have to work The house is in pretty bad condition and the amount of rent she wanted was too high So the three girls she decides to rent the rooms to talk her down in price in exchange for fixing up the house a bitI feel like I just gave away the whole plot In a way I did There's really not a whole lot to the story It's just about getting to know the four women with each chapter being about a different girl Not very much happened in this story and to be honest I kept expecting somethingNow it sounds like I didn't like the book but I actually enjoyed it uite a bit I thought the characters were interesting if a bit cardboard at times and Kendall was one of those characters that you love to hate Or just hate but who keep the story interesting I kind of liked that it was told from different viewpoints even though there were times when I wanted to just keep reading about what happened with one characterThis was the start of a series and I think I'll keep reading I'm interested to see the characters interact and have to the story than just introductory stuff I would rate this book 45 and would recommend it to chick lit lovers It was very very light on the Christianity so I hesitate to even ualify it as Christian fiction although it was So if you're looking for something really inspirational look elsewhere And if you just like chick lit but don't really like religious stuff in your books this one is pretty safe

  9. Keris Keris says:

    Melody Carlson author of than 200 books returns with a new book I Heart Bloomberg which will be released in April Set in Portland Oregon the book is the first in the 86 Bloomberg Place series Carlson takes a look into the lives and friendships of four new roommates As you’ve probably guessed the girls live at 86 Bloomberg Place Kendall who received the house as a gift from her grandmother has decided to take in renters in lieu of getting a job Who wants to work when you can pay for your shopping sprees by collecting rent? She sets out to find three roommates going so far as to ask for resumes in her newspaper ad To read the rest of this review please visit Trashionista

  10. Megan Peet Megan Peet says:

    This book wasn't one of Melody Carlson's best but it was still good I felt that I need to read the rest in the series which I will to get the whole plot But she still weaves interesting characters together and makes an interesting story I would have liked to know details about well for example Lelani's story But I'm assuming that those details will show up in the seuelsA few notes I forgot to mention Kendall's character She is so obnoxious If that isn't resolved in the other novels I'll be mad I found that it's weird reading a novel where one of the main characters has my name But she's pretty cool so it's okay All in all the plot was good but not developed

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