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Goodnight Tweetheart by Teresa Medeiros
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Goodnight Tweetheart

by Teresa Medeiros

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I normally don't read a lot of "normal" romance novels. But Goodnight Tweetheart was a book that I had heard nothing but great things about, so I knew that I had to at least give it a try seeing as I am a twitterholic and figured that this would be a lighthearted fun read.
I can't believe how GREAT the book really was. I was expecting a fluffy romance where two people meet online and then meet in real life, instead what I got was a wonderful romance/comedy/tearjerker. I laughed at the DM's between main character's Abigail "Abby" Donovan and Mark Baynard. The story of Abby having trouble writing her second book, and her agent's push to get on Twitter is something that I can actually see going on in a writer's life. With the imagery that Teresa Medeiros " paints" as Mark, makes me feel as if I am traveling to all the wonderful places that him and Abby talk about. Throughout the book, I began to fall for Mark just like I could see Abby doing. The twist toward the end of the book, had me almost in tears and I knew that I would have to keep the tissues handy, and I am so glad that I did.
If you are looking for an amazingly romantic read, make sure you pick up your copy of Goodnight Tweetheart today!! ( )
  chaoticbooklover | Dec 26, 2018 |
I don't read a lot of contemporary romance if you follow my blog you know this. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, contemporary though it is. This book is different than any other book I have read and I have to admit when I read the excerpt from her Wicked Intentions book I was wary about it. I couldn't have been more wrong. This book is amazing.

The story is heart-wrenching and warming at the same time. There are no naughty bits but Teresa Medeiros makes up for that with witty banter and beautiful characters. Seeing as I have never read a book like this I have to say I had no idea what would happen as I read. It was amazing to get to know Mark and Abby especially in the format that we got for them. I think the tweets were perfect and genuine and there was enough actual story to get to know the characters and truly fall in love.

I can't say how much I loved this book. It touched my heart and made me fall head over heels for the characters. I teared up towards the end and I really hope we see more books like this from Teresa Medeiros. This is the perfect book to read on a cold blustery night, it will warm your heart, I promise you that. ( )
  rosetyper9 | Nov 12, 2015 |
A pleasant romance, and it gets better in the last part. ( )
  2wonderY | Oct 1, 2015 |
Fast read with fun and funny pop culture references. ( )
  mlake | Apr 28, 2015 |
picked this book up at my local Dollar General after a few weeks of contemplating actually getting it. I am what you call a book hoarder, because I own more books than I have read, but while I am solving that issue by giving away the ones I have read, I still have quite a few to get rid of. Knowing that, I bought this one anyway.

Usually I can name the one thing that catches my eye when I first see a book that I want to buy. Sometimes it is the cover, sometimes the blurb itself, and sometimes it is both. But in this case, neither was what truly goaded me into buying this. I knew I had to buy it the moment I opened the book to a random spot and began reading. The spot I had opened it to was a page of tweets between the two main characters. The moment I saw that, a small laugh almost erupted from me. I thought it was kind of cool. A book based on tweets. How neat.

The story obviously does not start with tweets, but with an introduction to the main character. Abigail Donovan is an author who had a one-hit wonder years back, and who has been struggling ever since to finish her second novel with no luck. So when her publicist basically forces her to interact with her readers by making her a Twitter account, it seems like a hopeless endeavour. Until a man named Mark contacts her.
Mark breaks down her walls little by little as the pages go by, and he makes her see herself and her writing in a whole new light. He teaches her the value of writing for herself instead of for others and shows her that she has so many more stories inside of her just waiting to come out into the open.

This was an amazingly sweet book that made me laugh and feel a sadness too. It kind of taught me something as an aspiring author as well. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone willing to read it. It is phenomenal and did not disappoint.
  westkayla1221 | Apr 23, 2014 |
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A very surprising read... I was not expecting much as this was a very small novel and about something that I really haven't delved into for any great length of time - Twitter.

Having read books using social mediums (e-mail) in the past, I knew that it was something that interested me but seeing conversations take place in 140 characters of less really did make for a quick read. The dialouge flowed and it never felt like I was missing out on any of the necessary details of either of the main characters lives.

Abby and Mark have an instant connection and while it feels a bit 'too good to be true', it is endearing. I was concerned for Abby that she would end up falling in love with some random 'internet creeper', but was happy when it turned out she didn't. Mark is just the man she was hoping. Dreams really do come true... who knew?

Overall, in what should have been a predictable book, there were enough twists and turns that it became a page-flipper. A great read and you don't even have to be a Twitter fanatic!!
 
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To my beloved Twitter tweeps and Facebook friends and fans for making me smile every day and keeping me company along this amazing journey.
For my Michael, my very own Tweetheart. There is no greater blessing than wishing you goodnight every night of my life.
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In her darker moments Abby Donovan had often fantasized that her career of choice might lead her to become intimately acquainted with the phrase "Would you like fries with that?"
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After having a successful first novel, an Oprah pick no less, Abby Donovan's discovered that fame can be fleeting. Her publicist urges her to sign up with Twitter and start connecting with her fans through that medium. Then Abby connects with "college professor" Mark Baynard who shows her the ropes and soon a strong connection forms between the two. While Mark's touring the world, Abby begins to realize she may have met Mr. Right. That is until the truth about who Mark really is comes to light.… (more)

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