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Goodnight Tweetheart by Teresa Medeiros
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May 06, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: blog-tour, sent-4-review, reviewed

I thought this was a really fun departure from the author's fabulous "The Devil Wears Plaid" which you can read my review of HERE. While I have to admit that I am still not very active on Twitter, I was intrigued by the promise of a love story told in tweets and direct messages. I was not disappointed.

The reader can almost immediately feel Abby's pain and frustration with her writing block. Especially when she attends a book-signing event that turns into a disaster and immensely embarassing event. She is a very relateable character.

Mark Baynard is an intriguing mystery man. He is witty and well-spoken or well-written I guess would be more apt since it's all in tweets. It does become obvious fairly early on though that he is definitely hiding something.

A highly enjoyable book which was a fun read for me. The journey that we take with Abby is one well worth taking. I must say that an important thing that I took away from this book is to be doubly sure that a tweet with a sexy innuendo needs to be a direct message instead of being broadcast to several hundred followers... Read the book to share in THAT lesson.

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