Text Me

Text Me

Shelley K. Wall / Nov 22, 2019

Text Me 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

  • Title: Text Me
  • Author: Shelley K. Wall
  • ISBN: 9781440583841
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 Carter thinks he might have found a real connection with She Hearts DogCarter 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 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 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.

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      • Shelley K. Wall

        Shelley grew up in Missouri, graduated from Oklahoma State University, and took post graduate courses from OSU and the University of Wyoming.She s a member of RWA, Sisters In Crime SinC , and Houston Literary Guild She writes daily, striving to perfect a voice that supplies enjoyable and memorable reads.She has yet to meet a person she doesn t like or a job that s not worth enjoying She writes with humor, drama, and a desire to share life s precious moments.Shelley currently lives in Texas with her family.


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    1. I really enjoy texting to love type romance novel so when reading the description of this book I instantly got excited. Being new to me either I wasn't 100% sure what I should expect from her writing but I was very excited to see where she was going to take the story.I really enjoyed the connection that the two main characters had. It was fun to watch. Wallet times they both seemed pretty immature, that's to be expected with the promises of wrong numbers and Abby not coming clean when she really [...]


    2. This is a book that hits the ground running and entices you to keep up. Text Me offers a fast-paced and humorous depiction of the perils of romance in an increasingly digital world. Throughout the novel Carter and Abby’s relationship is both enhanced and crippled by modern technology. Although in some instances it allows them to form a deeper connection, it is also the cause of some serious misunderstandings. These misunderstandings provide plenty of humour and outlandish situations, especiall [...]


    3. The old saying "Oh what tangled webs we weave when first we practice to deceive" has never been truer in Shelly K. Wall's TEXT ME, as her heroine can't ever seem to come clean! Abigail Jeffries learns the hard way that one innocent lie leads to dozens of others and can have lasting consequences, especially if you're trying to convince a guy you kinda dig him. What started out as a pity date after Carter Coben inadvertently texted her instead of his BFF Jackson turned into a web of deceit featuri [...]


    4. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Text Me is a story about two people and how no matter how hard they try to avoid one another, keep crossing each other's path. Carter, who was recently fired from his job, is a moody and mysterious man with deep commitment issues. As if that were not bad enough and to make matters worse, his girlfriend of three months dumps him after he had just bought them a pair of baseball season tickets. Abigail, just branching [...]


    5. I won this book in a giveaway. And i thank Shelley Wall for the opportunity to read her awesome writing.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. Carter thinks he might have found a real connection with "She Hearts Dogs," but little does he k [...]


    6. In this day and age, the mix ups and mishaps that befall Carter and Abby are that much more believable - and hilarious. After his ex breaks his cell phone, Carter thinks he's texting his best friend, Jackson. Abby is actually on the receiving end of that text (and the many others that come after it) but doesn't have the heart to explain to this newly-dumped nice guy that he has the wrong number. Thus starts a very complicated relationship for this man with severe trust issues and the woman who i [...]


    7. Another winner from Shelly K. Wall.Text Me, a contemporary romantic comedy, plays with our pseudo-anonymous culture of apps, texts, and virtual chats. Carter Cobin nurses a breakup, meets the month-long object of his desire ("Running Girl"), bonds with a woman he met in a chat room and wonders why his best friend is acting so strange - avoiding him in person and sending cryptic texts. Florist Abby Jeffries bonds with a man she meets in a chat room, wonders why anyone would want to dump the nice [...]


    8. I received an ARC for review, and I zoomed through Abby and Carter's story (although, as you learn more of the tragedy in Carter's past, you'll find the story isn't just theirs; it is so much more than their comedic tangled romance). Thanks to interfering but well-meaning friends, Abby and Carter are caught up in a tangle of lies right from the start of their relationship--and if there is one thing Carter can't stand, it's lies. The tangle keeps getting worse, keeping pace with their escalating [...]


    9. This darling book shows the pitfalls that come with today's technology. People meet and talk on-line, they text instead of having conversations, they're almost afraid to meet in person. So what happens if the person you are texting to and having long chats with via an on-line service is actually the girl you've been lusting after at the park? It's a tangled web from which both Abby and Carter have to extricate themselves in order to make their relationship work. As lie piles upon lie, you wonder [...]


    10. I enjoyed reading Text Me by Shelley K. Wall. Funny story, great characters and a ton of misunderstandings. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I hope to read more from Shelley K. Wall in the future.




    11. 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 w [...]


    12. An overly complicated story with continuity issues. Continuity issues: (view spoiler)[-Abby says she is from Austin, TX when chatting on the Justchat app. But later it is said she is from the Midwest. Later again that she grew up three hours from Houston.-Soon after opening her shop, she claims her family didn't even bother to call her- they don't care. They did call and she intentionally ignored it with caller ID.- Carter called Abby on her cell phone while in Thailand. He would have known abou [...]


    13. I won this book in a First Reads contest.It was a light, fun, read. Heavy on the misunderstandings leading to the two main characters acting like complete morons. I swearI wanted to throat punch Abby by the end of the book. She just was suffering so hard from "romance novel heroine moron disease" and it was driving me crazy. I wanted Carter to dump her dumb, lying, ass and move on. But I dialed back that feeling and just let the story unfold as I read it. The story was more than a bit unbelieva [...]




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