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    Home run ...

    Jolyse Barnett hit a home run with Text Me, Maybe. Part Cyrano De Bergerac, Text Me brings the best of both worlds to the forefront with subtle charm and modern sex appeal. The comedy of errors just adds to the irresistible quality of the story. For me, Ms. Barnett embodied the sweet, shyness that makes falling in love so special.
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    Cute read!

    This was a really cute read. A bit drawn out for my taste but overall it was entertaining. Lexie Bloom has just started her job in NYC so she'll do whatever it takes to keep it. Even if that means Lexie is sending texts for her boss to the British Lit Professor her boss has her eye on. While things are going well in the office, the real fun is happening in the gym. It's hard work training for a 5K but the hunky personal trainer Lexie is working with, Matthew, makes it completely worth her time. What she doesn't know is that Matthew may be a personal trainer by night but by day he is a professor of British Lit. Yep! That professor! I really fun read I think you will enjoy. I recommend it.
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    Wear me down

    Lexie has a great perk at work. She can use the company gym, and even get a personal trainer. Matthew is a sexy and energetic trainer who makes her into a puddle of goo with one look. Matthew also has hidden talents. There are many secrets he has, and is afraid to divulge. One that could get Lexie fired, is the biggest one of all. Lexie does not want to be attracted to her trainer, how cliche' right? But when the feeling is mutual what's a girl to do? This was such a fun read. I enjoyed it, even though I wanted to jump into the book and slap a few people. Overall a good story with rich characters. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher, in exchange for an honest review only.
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    a likable read

    Text me maybe was a likable read. The story line is funny both Lexie and Matt well develop character and interesting with great chemistry between them. It started well and they develop some good relationship based on their chemistry. But the deceiving and hiding truth tears them apart. In these part I didn’t liked Lexie too much and Matt did not made such big mistake for my opinion. It can be hundred more worst. I liked how Matt did everything what he possibly could to get her back. The end is sweet and likable. I love that the book had a little bit of changes than the first ARC. *ARC provided by Netgalley and author in exchange for an honest review
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    A Fun Read

    A modern day, You've Got Mail, involving text messages, loved it!! A heartwarming love story between Lexi and Matthew. Lexi is new to Big Apple and wanting to do everything right for her boss, so she secretly starts texting Matthew, setting up a date for her boss, little did she know, Matthew is her Greek Goddess, personal trainer from her gym. Matthew soon figures it out but wants to get to know Lexi a little better. I thought it was fun to see how their relationship developed through their texts. A fun easy read without a lot of tension and turmoil that I thoroughly enjoyed. I highly recommend this book!
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