#ReleaseBlitz I Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter #4.5Stars #Review #RomanticComedy #Standalone #FriendsToLovers @TeaganTwitter @EJBookPromos

Posted February 3, 2018 by Dora in 4.5 Stars, Dora, Friends to Lovers, Our Reviews, Release Blitz, Romantic Comedy, Standalone / 0 Comments

#ReleaseBlitz I Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter #4.5Stars #Review #RomanticComedy #Standalone #FriendsToLovers @TeaganTwitter @EJBookPromosI Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter
Genres: Romantic Comedy

I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


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 me…on purpose.
But, here we are—roommates. 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 wrong…right?

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 I Wanna Text You Up is a cute, fun and flirty Rom-Com.  The h in this story has a quirky and hilarious sense of humor and the H is swoon-worthy. This story is a Standalone and perfect for a quiet afternoon read, it’s fast paced and once you start, you’ll read it straight to the very HEA. As the title suggests the story is filled with texts that at times were flirty and funny to revealing and serious.

Zoe is looking for a roommate after her BFF Delia decides to move in with her boyfriend, Zach. She decides she hates to live alone and would like someone to move in, male or female, so she won’t get lonely. Instead of posting the roommate wanted ad on line Zoe decides to go old school and post fliers instead. After checking out several applicants, all by email, she narrows her search down to one potential roommate.  Much to her surprise, it’s Caleb, Delia’s ex-boyfriend who she broke up a year ago, the one she had chosen to meet. Still Zoe’s a little hesitant, since she’s always found him attractive and she knows she can’t break the girl code, she’ll rent Caleb the room as long as Delia’s okay with it.

Caleb’s well known at school, a popular jock and well loved by everyone. He was the star third-baseman until he broke his hand, something he refuses to talk about. He’s always been quiet about his family and doesn’t share his secrets with anyone. Everyone just assumes the comic book loving good guy’s life is perfect and they’re so far off base. Caleb has plenty of things he wants to hide about his family. No one would guess how horrible his childhood was, school being his do-over, but after injuring his hand, Caleb’s dream of playing in any of the leagues has pretty much tanked. It’ll be a little difficult for Caleb to live with Zoe, if he’s being honest; he’s been attracted to her after breaking up with Delia. Maybe he might have a chance with her, if Zoe can get over the girl code thing.

“We don’t talk. We don’t move. We don’t overthink the position we’re in.

We lie there, together.

Because deep down, we both know there’s no denying the attraction between us.

And there’s no denying we can’t do anything about it.”

 Oh, my! These two are so cute, I thought their emails were funny but when they start to text each other the comedy takes off. Cute and flirty texts that had me blushing! The story has it’s bittersweet moments as Zoe and Caleb start to grow closer. they can’t deny their attraction to each other, and start sharing secrets and fears. I loved this story and I’m sure I’llbe going back to read Delia’s story, soon.

By: Dora

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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 me…on purpose.
 
But, here we are—roommates. 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 wrong…right?
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“I Wanna Text You Up was an incredibly sweet, sexy, hilarious, and highly entertaining standalone romantic comedy, and I absolutely loved it!” – Julia – *The Romance Bibliophile*

“I Wanna Text You Up was a sweet, sexy and hilariously laughable romantic comedy.” – Aurora *Whoo Gives A Hoot*

“Ms. Hunter definitely has a way with words and has easily become one of my favorite authors!” – Amanda Mann *Rabid Readers Book Blog*

 

 

 
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By day I’m a freelance cover designer. By every other free moment, a writer. I’m a Missouri raised gal, but I currently live in North Carolina with my US Marine husband where I spend my days begging him for a cat. I survive off coffee, pizza, and sarcasm. When I’m not writing, you can find me binge-watching various TV shows, especially Supernatural and One Tree Hill. I like cold weather, buy more paperbacks than I’ll ever read, and I never say no to brownies.

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