Room 143 - Laramie Briscoe

Room 143

By Laramie Briscoe

  • Release Date: 2019-10-05
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 12 Ratings


Around my neck lays a wedding ring.

In my right hand I hold a hotel room key.

Which one do I pick?

The marriage? The key?

Everything is not as it seems in room one-forty-three


  • Love This!!

    By K.D. N.
    Love Nash and Caroline’s story and especially the bit of mystery(?) regarding another couple ♥️♥️ Highly recommend!!
  • Review: Room 143

    By @LisaHines711
    Room 143 by Laramie Briscoe is a standalone contemporary romance about a widower who is pushed to move on by his family and a woman new to the small town that steps in to help her best friend only to find herself in a situation she never expected. The chemistry between Caroline and Nash is palpable. The situation in which they first met is crazy! The premise was so much different than what I was expecting from the blurb - but I've loved every Laramie Briscoe book I have read so far so I gave this a chance. I'm so glad I did. It's a small-town romance with a kinky twist in the meet-cute but I loved it all. Enjoy!
  • Awesome story!

    By Curlinsthebest
    Characters are relatable and while there is a HEA there is loss heartbreak and the struggle to overcome! Loved it😍😍😍
  • Such an unexpected story from Laramie that I got totally obsessed with!

    By Samantha B. Sokol
    Such an unexpected story from Laramie that I got totally obsessed with! After dealing with the ultimate loss in his life, Nash has continued to struggle with survivor’s guilt and moving on with his life. With a push from his brothers, who hired an escort for the night to help Nash quick start him moving on, Nash agrees its time and meets with her. Unbeknownst to Nash, who is supposed to meet with escort Taylor, he actually meets Caroline, who is filling in for her best friend after she has a family emergency. With a twist in the story, Caroline ends up being the newest hire at Nash’s family business, and when they realize they can’t stay away from each other and it’s fate that put them together again, and he decides it’s his chance to really move on in life. With some ups and downs within their newfound relationships, they work through their concerns and struggles as the feelings grow deeper. This was so different than the typical type of story that Laramie writes but I really enjoyed it and hope that she continues in this book world with Taylor’s book and the rest of Nash’s brothers! I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.