Mistaken identity, drunk texts, and hysterical mishaps… just another day in my life.
Girls all over the world spill the tea to me about their most intimate questions.
They thank me for talking about sex with them.
For fixing their love lives.
I wonder if I’d still be a relationship influencer if they knew what a train wreck my own love life is?
If I was writing anyone else advice, it would say things like:
Never drunk-text your ex-boyfriend.
No, seriously, that’s a terrible idea.
But if you insist, maybe double-check the number first.
But I guess I give good…text, because the stranger I messaged wrote back.
And I responded.
He doesn’t have to put up with my colorful personality--as my hot next-door neighbor describes me. Or my messy schedule.
This relationship is as seemingly perfect as my online persona.
Until we agree to meet up.
When he meets the real me, will he hate me forever?
Or will we be one day telling our grandkids about that wrong text, right love?
USA TODAY Bestselling Author Claudia Burgoa brings the flirty fun in this cozy standalone rom-com about secret lovers risking it all for romance.
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Sweet and charming rom-com
Wrong Text, Right Love by Claudia Y. Burgoa was a fun slow burn rom-com with all kinds of feels. Persy is an influencer and relationship guru, but her own love life is currently lacking. She is caring and likable but does not trust easily. When she sends a drunken text to her ex, it goes to the wrong person, but could he be the right person? Ford is cranky and not as likeable and does not believe in love. I absolutely loved their witty back and forth and their journey will enchant you.
Honestly I don’t give five stars out freely, but dang this was a good book. It was cute and funny and if I could read it again for the first time I would. It had a little enemies to lovers trope, which is always good in my opinion, and was overall just really entertaining!
It was ok
I wasn’t thrilled. It was ok. And there were some funny parts. But I think there were too many monologues or descriptions. Seemed to drag on and on. The best part of the book were the texting conversations that she had. When the chapters about her podcast appeared, I read the first one, but honestly skipped over the other ones. It was an easy read, but honestly I have had better. I kept waiting for the exciting climax and it never came.