wapping Roommates is a tale of revenge, and a twisted tale of solving arguments by letting the two who argue see just how the other half lives. Justice is served in a style not before seen as the main character tells this tale. His name is Grey and he’s an author, but a very particular one in style and genre.
Grey remains a mysterious shadow figure throughout much of this story, mostly serving as the catalyst to what happens to his very annoying downstairs neighbors, two typical college girls, each attractive, and yet each differing in how they use or abuse that attraction. Stacy and Sasha are presented and described in detail, each living very different lives. One is a dimineering girl who lords over men and uses them for pleasure. The other is a submissive and responsible girl who recognizes there is more to life than sex.
In the end, each character gets a very unique look into the other’s life as they don’t simply swap places, but transform in a slow and delightfully detailed way. Their transformation is the meat of the story, showing a struggle inside that both girls will ultimately surrender to, embracing all manners of perversions and finally providing our narrator with some much needed peace and quiet.