Shelley K Wall
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Carter Coben is having some serious communication problems lately. First he mouthed off to a project manager at work and got fired, now his girlfriend's dumped him and trashed his cell phone. About the only place he hasn't got his wires crossed these days is at the anonymous texting app, Justchat.com. Carter thinks he might have found a real connection with “She Hearts Dogs,” but little does he know he's already quite acquainted with this cunning canine-lover . . .
When Abigail Jeffries gets a random text message from a stranger saying he's been dumped, she can't help but answer it—and recommend he send his ex some flowers from her new shop. When she delivers the bouquet though, she finds out his ex was cheating on him with his best friend—the same best friend she's impersonating via text! Abby feels guilty, but she can't help responding. But what will happen when Carter finds out that Abby is not only the face behind the texts, but the reason he got fired at work and his mysterious mutt-loving pal on Justchat.com?
Will they ever manage to sort out their mixed signals, mistaken identities, and misunderstandings to find real love? This madcap, modern-day You've Got Mail for the texting generation will delight romantic comedy fans.
Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors
You've Got Mail Rebooted!
I adore--I cannot stress that enough--the movie You've Got Mail! I was recently mourning the fact that it now seems so out-of-date and a new audience not only wouldn't get it, they wouldn't be able to relate (What is this e-mail?). Within one chapter of picking up Text Me I knew I was going to love this book. Shelley K. Wall has given You've Got Mail an update, and it's wonderful! I absolutely adored the heroine, Abby, and, while the hero, Carter, took some time to warm up to, once I knew what was making him act the way he was, I was so ready for him to get his happily ever after. There were several laugh-out-loud moments in this book (You must read to see what the Hulk and Hester Prynne have in common!), and when I wasn't reading it, I found myself looking forward to the next time I could pick it up again. What a great read!