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Lissa's Review: I Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter


REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: Teagan Hunter RELEASED: January 30, 2018 GENRE: new adult, romance LENGTH: 300 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback

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ROOMMATE WANTED

Chicks or dudes welcome!Looking for a new roomie? I have a place for you! Like your music loud? I own headphones. Enjoy having late-night guests over? Again, headphones. Want someone to help pay the bills? Do the dishes? Take out the trash? You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours (metaphorically, of course). Check us out, getting along already.

Must be able to pay first and last month's rent up front.

Must be okay with Breakfast & Beats.

No dogs.

No trying to sleep with me.

Two bedrooms. One bathroom.

$350/month plus electricity.If interested, email ineedarobin@gmail.com

.P.S. Wiener pics sent directly to my grandmother. Don't do that crap to her. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS

I Want to Text You Up, had such a different feel to it. That it was truly two different characters and their story.

Zoe who is Delia’s best friend has to look for a roommate because Delia is totally ditching her. I didn’t expect Caleb to be the next roommate. It was fun watching their relationship blossom and getting to know each of them on a deeper level. I honestly think that Caleb knew way ahead of time that he would fall for Zoe. Can I mention how amazing Delia is, she’s like seriously one of the best characters ever. I know I said that in the last book review, most likely but it’s true. You don’t see many characters like her. I love it. Zoe and Caleb had more of a serious vibe. Obviously, they have very different personalities. But I did love both of them. I read their story, in just one sitting. I couldn’t get enough. Before Let's get textual I had never ever read anything by Teagan Hunter. Honestly, with these two books, I’ve read. I think she’s fantastic and I’m a huge fan now. Her writing style and how she gives these characters their own voices. It’s truly astounding. This series is quickly becoming one of my favorites. I can’t wait for the next book in October. I seriously hate waiting, but I will do my best. Overall, Five Boundless Stars.


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