Okay, so Tweet Cute by Emma Lord was a book that I went into fully expecting it to be cheesy, sappy, guilty pleasure trash that, while engaging enough that I would definitely enjoy it wasn’t going to end up being anything phenomenal. In a way, sure, you could say I was right about that. Tweet Cute was a cheesy, sappy, guilty pleasure all the way through. What I was not expecting was how addicting it was.
I picked up this book and finished it within literal hours of starting it.
I think it’s safe to say that I kind of fell in love with this book. Lord, unquestionably, knows how to get her readers thoroughly invested in the lives of her characters. And I think that is the biggest selling point for this novel as a whole. While aspects of it were somewhat unrealistic and required me to suspend a bit of my disbelief, none of that really mattered to me.
I adored Jack and Pepper. I adored them even more when I realized how their names result in the ship name PepperJack (it’s cheesy and extra and I just love it). I giggled my way through a good portion of the book, eagerly lapping up every new word that I could find. I stayed up far too late into the night to finish the story even though I had to wake up early for work the next morning.
This is the book I was expecting to read, think was okay, and never want to touch again (primarily because there are usually better things to read). I ended up buying myself a copy. Would I say that it’s the best book in the world? But did I enjoy reading it? You bet.
I was provided a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.