Let's Get Textual

Teagan Hunter
Let's Get Textual
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Publisher
Indie
Release Date
September 2017
ISBN
9781975811136
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy

SUMMARY
A SEXY, WITTY STANDALONE ROMCOM!

A wrong number is supposed to be just that—a wrong number.

Delete. Done.

Do not continue to text. Do not flirt.

A wrong number shouldn't be the first person on your mind in the morning, or the last at night…and you're definitely not supposed to talk them into buying a baby goat.

Because that would be weird.

When Zach Hastings and I get into a wrong-number mix-up, we don't follow the rules. We keep texting and flirting, because he's wicked funny and perfectly nerdy and a wonderful distraction.

I'm not looking for love, and Zach definitely had the wrong number.

But maybe…

Maybe he's the right guy.

Book Review by Gabrielle Sally (author,reviewer)
Jan 05, 2019   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
10 people found the following review helpful
You want this story. Seriously. If you've ever had any sort of conversation via text, then you want this story. Even better, if you've ever texted to a wrong number, you want this story. While I'm at it, don't drink or eat anything while reading because you will spit it out as you laugh, which you will do. Much. So, much laughter. 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. Not so in Teagan Hunter's LET'S GET TEXTUAL, the first in this series (trilogy?), with each story serving as a standalone.

The premise is relatively simple: "A wrong number is supposed to be just that—a wrong number. Delete. Done. Do not continue to text. Do not flirt. A wrong number shouldn't be the first person on your mind in the morning, or the last at night…and you're definitely not supposed to talk them into buying a baby goat. Because that would be weird." And if that made you smile, then the rest of the story will too. The majority of the story is told via text messages, which are hilarious, and interspersed with actual face-to-face events with characters that are all equally engaging and funny. Zach is as charming as he is nerdy. Delia is everything you want in a sassy female lead and goat thief.

As someone who doesn't like to text (okay, don't like to talk on the phone either), I found Ms. Hunter's story as funny as it was romantic and even though I read them out of order, I didn't feel as if I missed anything. Well, except for work. I might have missed some work as I was busy reading.
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