- Release Date
- January 2018
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE HIT ROMCOM LET'S GET TEXTUAL, COMES AN ALL-NEW STANDALONE ROMCOM...
When I put up a ROOMMATE WANTED poster, he was the last person on earth I thought would respond.
He was also the last person on earth I'd agree to let live with meůon purpose.
But, here we areŚroommates. I'm certain we can coexist without it being awkward, and I'm determined to make it work. There will be no sexual tension building with each accidental touch, no flutters when he wears that stupid backward baseball cap, and definitely no flirting when we text back and forth.
Caleb Mills can't be the guy for me. He's my best friend's ex-boyfriend.
And that would be wrongůright?
Jan 26, 2019 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
51 people found the following review helpful
Are you looking for a RomCom series and not sure where to start? Here, start here, and check out Teagan Hunter's series that takes texting to a whole new level. I WANNA TEXT YOU UP is book 3 in this series and I do recommend starting with Let's Get Textual so you get a proper introduction to the characters and can immerse yourself properly.
In I WANNA TEXT YOU UP, Ms. Hunter takes it one step further. Yep, there are emails. The story opens with Delia (from Let's Get Textual) moving in with Zach and Zoe looking for a roommate. What she gets is more than apartment buddies when Caleb, Delia's ex, answers the ad, but neither of them know who the other is talking to when they begin to converse.
What ensues is a dynamic attraction balanced against Zoe's fervent desire not to fall for her best friend's ex, but Caleb is a force of nature and Zoe finds herself falling for him while battling feelings of guilt about it. Fear not, everything turns out for the best, mostly, and this not so whirlwind romance will have you smiling throughout.
So often we read stories that are meant to be a romantic comedy but in reality, we're left wondering if our sense of humor was left at the door. Ms. Hunter does an amazing job of mixing humor with the everyday angst that comes with navigating new relationships. And while this is a college-age/new adult story, it's definitely fun for all. Fair warning: The banter and flirting are downright dangerous to anyone eating or drinking while reading this story because you will spit it out as you laugh, which you will do. Much. So, much laughter.
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