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Let's Get Textual (Text #1) by Teagan Hunter

Just what the doctor recommended :)
A light hearted, funny, charming and very well written romantic comedy!
A huge thank you goes to my beautiful friend Megan@watchmereadingnerdy for the Text series books. Starting the second book straight away.
The blurb:
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.


4.5 Stars

I absolutely loved the way the book was written. The text message conversations were a really nice touch and I almost preferred them to the actual narrative. They were on POINT! Do you have a sarcastic friend? chances are you've texted that friend like that once or twice before. Loved it. 

The humor wasn't the kind that makes your belly ache from laughter. It was silly and 'giggle inducing' :) I found myself shaking my head  and giggling to myself often while reading it. It was sweet... Really everything about the book can be described as sweet. Even Delia's breakup at the very beginning was sweet. Who on earth writes sweet break-ups? It was perfect. 

Zach is the coolest nerd to have ever graced the pages of a book. I don't think I could date a guy like that but man I want him to be real because I NEED a friend like him! hehe
He has a heart of gold, is super duper clever and has wit and charm to go with it. 
Delia's personality matched him perfectly. She is straight forward, honest and is super sharp and on point. 
The banter between them and how comfortable they are with each other is what made it all perfect.

Marshmallow the goat was a weird addition and yet it worked. I don't really know how to explain it, it just worked while at the same time never stopping being weird. 

The only reason I can't give a 5 star rating is because Delia comes across as this really mature young lady the whole way through and the drama at the end makes her look childish. 

If you love a good romantic comedy you will love this one!

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