I Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter

Title: I Wanna Text You Up
Author: Teagan Hunter
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: February 1, 2018 
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?

 

My Review

Oh wow. I don’t even know where to start with this book. I a a brand new fan of Teagan Hunter. This is only the second book that I have read from here. I don’t usually read funny books, I tend to read everything in a serious tone. I am there reading this book and saying to myself “I know I am meant to be laughing at this”, but it just doesn’t register.  One day I just couldn’t get into anything  and loads of my book buddies in ‘The Locker Room'(Facebook group for fans of sports romance aka best book group ever) were highly recommending Let’s Get Textual so I gave in and read it and a fan was born.
 Annnnyway I jumped at the chance to read ‘I Wanna Text You Up’. I didn’t even cop that it was a follow up to LGT until I started reading it – because I go in blind, no blurb and no teasers, so as soon as I realised that then my excitement grew even more. Oh My God, I haven’t laughed so much since, well probably since I read Let’s Get Textual. Teagan Hunter is one of the very few authors that can male me laugh. Even my husbag was giving me the side eye because I was laughing – it is a well known fact in my family that i don’t ‘do’ comedy. However this book didn’t just make me laugh, it made me spit my coffee, snort and maybe, just maybe pee myself just a little bit.
Right from the very first page of IWTYU i was just hooked. It was absolutely hilarious and the characters were fantastic. Zoe and Caleb have amazing chemistry and just bounce off each other. It was such an effortless read, everything seemed so natural. Of course it wasn’t all fun and game it had just enough drama to make the perfect recipe.
Add in all the text exchanges!  I am an absolute sucker for books with a lot of written exchange – be in text message, email or letters. A book that I am loving anyway which has lots of this – makes my damn day!
January was a pretty slow book month for me, not a lot hit the spot. However, I Wanna Text You Up didn’t just hit the spot, it hammered it home. I cannot wait to see what is next from Teagan Hunter

 

“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*



 

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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