I Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter

I Wanna Text You Up

ROOMMATE WANTEDChicks 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 &...


Details I Wanna Text You Up

TitleI Wanna Text You Up
Author
Release DateJan 1st, 1970
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, New Adult, Humor, Funny, Academic, College, Contemporary
Rating

Reviews I Wanna Text You Up

  • XxTainaxX
    1970-01-01
    I admit to being hesitant when I started reading this originally, because of the fact that it involves the ex of the heroine’s best friend but I was very glad I took the chance. What prompted me to go for it was that the amicable relationship between the exes and the fact that said ex, our hero, was genuinely a great guy in the last book. Caleb and Zoe have strong chemistry. I love how they build up all aspects of their relationship with the ph...
  • Tara
    1970-01-01
    Let’s Get Textual was one of my favorite books of 2017, and I Wanna Text You Up has just been added to my favorites of 2018! It takes a lot to make me laugh. The banter between Caleb and Zoe was HILARIOUS! I loved everything about this book. It was sweet, LOL funny, and Caleb and Zoe have chemistry that is off the charts hot. I’m giving this one 10 million “Edward Cullen” sparkly stars!
  • Brina (5171MilesBooks)
    1970-01-01
    4 StarsRead this review and others: 5171 Miles Book BlogEver since Teagan Hunter announced her upcoming book I Wanna Text You Up last year, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. If it turned out only half as hilarious and adorable as her last novel, Let's Get Textual, then this one would be another winner.Zoe Williams is in need of a new roommate because her best friend/roomie (now ex-roomie) decided to move in with her boyfriend. When Caleb Mil...
  • Julia - The Romance Bibliophile
    1970-01-01
    NO SPOILERS!I Wanna Text You Up was an incredibly sweet, sexy, hilarious, and highly entertaining standalone romantic comedy, and I absolutely loved it! Teagan Hunter truly outdid herself with this book, and I absolutely loved her writing style and the amazing storyline and characters she created. I Wanna Text You Up was pure romantic comedy gold, and if you're looking for a story that will keep you enthralled and entertained from start to finish...
  • Cristina
    1970-01-01
    Oh my God! I loved, loved, loved this book! ❤❤❤ I can say it’s the best, most wonderful book I’ve read this year! And yes, I liked the first one too, but this one was soooo beautifulll! I’m in love! Oh Caleb! What have you done to me? (I always liked this name. But now I love it even more. How is it possible that a character can spark so many feelings inside of me?!) Zoe and Caleb were so cuteee. And Mittens, oh that sweet cat (I’m ...
  • Wendy ⏃: ✦●•CCBH Blogger•●✦
    1970-01-01
    4 STARS!ANOTHER HIT! THIS STORY WAS WITTY, SASSY, SILLY, AND OVERALL FUN. LOVED THOSE SWEET TENDER MOMENTS. I'M EXCITED FOR ROBBIE'S STORY NEXT! I CANNOT WAIT!! EEEEK 💃🙌
  • Ari
    1970-01-01
    I liked this book a lot more than Delia and Zach’s book. Although, Caleb was super suspect for like 90% of the book and the angst nearly killed me. But Zoe is hilarious and is totally me.
  • Brooklyn JoJo
    1970-01-01
    I seriously wanted to love this one, like really seriously wanted to, but sadly it just didn't work for me. First off, I think the girl code runs deep in me because I never could connect with Zoe and Caleb as a couple since Caleb also dated Delia (the h's BFF)... it just felt too incestious to me. Secondly, the drama at the outer banks just pissed me off and the excuse that was given wasn't justifiable IMO. Caleb was a A#$hole for doing what he d...
  • chandler ainsley ❁
    1970-01-01
    don't get me wrong, cheese is my favorite dairy product. but it just isn't my favorite in books.basic premise of this one is that girl's bestie moves out, she finds hot boy to live with. they fall for each other, but due to their very busy schedules they have to text a lot (hence the title of the book). if it sounds kind of lame and cheesy that's cause it was.i really didn't hate this, in fact i kind of liked it. but there wasn't anything stand o...
  • Carol
    1970-01-01
    3.5 stars Sweet follow up to book one Let's Get Textual. I liked Caleb and Zoe's story.Zoe was zany and hilarious. Caleb was sweet, but strong and a little reserved about his family or past. Very much a YA book but I enjoyed this quick and entertaining read.🤩😎🤗
  • Kayla Brunson
    1970-01-01
    ARC provided by author for honest review.This was my first book by Teagan Hunter and it will not be my last! I haven’t read Let’s Get Textual, but after reading this I am going to have to add it to my TBR list. I haven’t laughed while reading a book in a long time. Zoe was looking for a roommate, but she ended up with so much more!I loved the texting aspect of this story. It really made the book for me. Especially since they weren’t toget...
  • Samantha
    1970-01-01
    Where do I start, Caleb and Zoe 😍😍Zoe sends out an ad for a new roommate she never thought it would turn out to be her best friends ex.There schedules are so hectic at first that they don't see each other often at the beginning. As time passes and they flirt text and boy do they ever lol. Feelings start developing and there have to decide if it will be something more or if they will just be friends. I loved the banter between the two of the...
  • Aurora (Whoo Gives A Hoot)
    1970-01-01
    * Read more of my reviews at Whoo Gives A Hoot *Teagan Hunter has once again captured her readers heart's with this hilariously funny story that will leave them rolling on the floor laughing their a** off until the very end. When she first announced that Zoe was getting her very own story I was so freaking excited because I loved her antics in Let's Get Textual and was happy that she was going to get her own HEA.Color me surprised when I discover...
  • Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon
    1970-01-01
    5 Cranky StarsZoe is dealing with Delia moving out and starting a life with Zach. They create a rather hilarious flyer looking for a roommate who likes breakfast and beats seeing as the only meal Zoe can cook is eggs. Zoe is an artist thru and thru with musical taste to match her crazy personality. She answers an email by someone who wants to remain a mystery but yet she is drawn to him. When they finally decide to meet she is shocked it’s the ...
  • Amanda Mann *Rabid Readers Book Blog*
    1970-01-01
    Normally, I'm not a huge fan of Rom-Com reads, but Ms. Hunter Has a way of really making you fall in love with her characters and their stories. I read her first book because it was recommended to me by one of my best friends, and fellow book blogger, and I absolutely fell in love. So, of course, when I heard she was writing another one, sort of a sequel to the first, I was instantly on board. In this story, we focus on Zoe, Delia's roommate from...
  • Irma
    1970-01-01
    “Hey, uh, Caleb?” “Yep?” “Is that your dick poking me or your phone?” He presses his lips together, trying his hardest to hold in his laughter. “That would be my dick, Zoe.”Roomies stories... gotta love them! I had so much fun reading this story. It was fun, it was sexy and it was fresh. I loved both characters! Loved, loved, loved everything about them, this story, the pace!This is one of those books that just lifts you up. Makes...
  • Kathleen R.
    1970-01-01
    Oh my goodness did i ever laugh when i read this book. It was totally insane on how much i heard myself - admittedly, i speak like that with my bestie, and she's female, so we really tone down the flirting aspect of it all, but i think that you get the gist of it. This was... well, pretty much what i love about college genre romance novels - they're sugary sweet, but not too much so that you get cavities. They're funny because the whole 'your ex ...
  • Flavs is Mrs David Gandy♥~♥’
    1970-01-01
    I Voluntarily reviewed a copy of this bookOh my word, like the previous book, I loved it. Zoe and Caleb were hilarious. Their back and forth banter will have you LOL!!! And not to mention the sexual tension....Zoe is left alone after her best friend Delia moved out to go live with her boyfriend, Zach. And even though she doesn't need a roommate she wants to get one because she doesn't want to be alone. So she posts the advert and starts chatting ...
  • Clau
    1970-01-01
    Antes de leer: aparentemente, este libro agarra a dos personajes secundarios de otra novela, aunque no dice que es parte de una saga. Por lo mismo, no hace falta leer el otro libro para entender este (uno queda colgado en una referencia a una "foto", pero fuera de eso, nada).Sobre la historia: nada original. Chica (Zoe) encuentra a un compañero de departamento, que es un hombre. Coincide que el chico (Caleb) es el ex de la mejor amiga de la prot...
  • ♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡ I like
    1970-01-01
    I am not sure how to explain my thoughts on this book. I read Let's Get Textual by this author and had a blast with it. And basically that contiuned with this book but only while the leads where actually texting with each other. When they met face to face it felt like the longest "getting-to-know" phase in the history of contemporary romance.So I am not even sure how to rate the book because they were like two different sets of leading characters...
  • Stephanie
    1970-01-01
    3.5 Stars. While I liked "Let's Get Textual" a little better, I enjoyed this one, as well. I really didn't care for Zoe in the previous book, so I was a little hesitant going into this one, but she did eventually grow on me. I liked Caleb, as well. I didn't like that they were into each other so immediately. I wish there was a little more build up - especially since Caleb is the ex-boyfriend of Zoe's best friend. (Speaking of best friend, I loved...
  • Monique
    1970-01-01
    I had high expectations when I saw this book was going to be released. I mean, have you read Let’s Get Textual? Yes, then I’m sure you did too. If not, jump on that baby now! My point is I’m extremely happy with I Wanna Text You Up and here’s why. I’m a huge rom-com fan, and even though the humor part was slightly less than LGT, there was awesome banter. Zoe and Caleb get to know each other on a deeper level with their texts as room mat...
  • Melissa Rob
    1970-01-01
    This book is a standalone but follows the secondary characters from Let's Get Textual. We have Delia's best friend Zoe and her ex boyfriend Caleb. Caleb fills Delia's spot as a roommate for Zoe and although they have sexual tension neither of them really want to acknowledge it because of Delia. Once Zoe gets the green light from Delia well, then anything is possible. Zoe is hysterical, I really loved her in this story and Caleb is just a really n...
  • Amazeballs Book Addicts
    1970-01-01
    4 1/2 Stars!!I loved I Wanna Text You Up. Zoe and Caleb are great characters. Zoe is looking for a new roommate and Caleb answers the ad. Caleb isn't a stranger to Zoe. Caleb has dated Zoe's best friend. I loved reading their texts. They are flirty and funny characters. They have great chemistry. Caleb is gone all day on Sundays and I was really hooked and interested on what he was doing. At points I was wishing that the story line moved a little...
  • Melinda
    1970-01-01
    I Wanna Text You Up by Teagan Hunter This is only the second book written by Hunter that I’ve read and I quite enjoyed it. Considering the previous book I’d absolutely devoured was Let’s Get Textual, I was expecting much of the same kind of humor and romance. Butttttt I didn’t get that here and I’ll explain why. The romance and relationship progression in I Wanna Text You Up is spot-on. Given that Zoe finds herself interested in and dev...
  • Jacqueline
    1970-01-01
    Loved this just as much as Let’s Get Textual! It’s very rare for me to read a book and actually like the heroine, but I just loved Zoe! In my opinion this book is so refreshing compared to other romance novels because it’s actually funny and there isn’t any stupid relationship drama! Caleb is every bit the hot, boy next door.
  • Amanda Gillespie Shock N Awe Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    What would you do if you were attracted to your best friends ex? Would you go all ho's before bro's or would you give yourself the chance to feel it out? What would it be like to lose the opportunity of your soul-mate because of your loyalty to your BFF? For the answer to these and more from Chloe's POV, read on. It is so worth the time which will be over before you are ready!
  • Janna ♥ I'm A Sweet And Sassy Book Whore ♥
    1970-01-01
    4.5 stars***This and other reviews can be found at www.imasweetandsassybookwhore.com ****ARC*I Wanna Text You Up was just the book that this book whore needed. I have been reading a lot of dark and emotional books as of late and it has pulled me into the start of a low. I needed something funny, I needed a laugh out loud rom-com and that is what I got with I Wanna Text You Up. Reading is one way I balance my anxiety and depression and this book w...