Sunday, October 14, 2018

Blog Tour Book Review: Can't Text This by Teagan Hunter

Today we are celebrating the release of a standalone, contemporary romance title from Teagan Hunter. Can't Text This just went live, and it is available to read for FREE in KindleUnlimited. Check out some teasers for the book below.

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 Can't Text This by Teagan HunterAuthor: Teagan Hunter
Series: N/A
Audience: +18
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: October 9th 2018
My Rating: 4.5 cups
Source: InkSlinger PR
Blurb (from Goodreads):
“Hi Monty. Wanna see my python?”

That’s how I ended up in the bathroom of some dive bar with a stranger.

Me, Monty Andrews, the quintessential virgin girl next door.

I was so out of my element, but there was no denying our explosive attraction, even via text.

Commence Operation Bang Each Other Out of Our Systems, because that was all it was—unfinished business.

I had no intention of falling back into the sheets with the tattooed, muscly, dirty-in-the-best-kind-of-way single dad over and over again…but I did.

Everything was going great—until we discovered I was his son’s teacher.

*Disclaimer: I received an eARC of this book from InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. This does not influence my rating or the content of my review in any way.

**Disclaimer: This book contains mature content. As a result, my review may contain references to content intended for mature audiences only.

What. A. Story. I'm trying to be all cool and professional, but in reality I'm a fangirling mess right now, because this book was just what I needed right now.

Can't Text This is one of those rare gems that I get to discover purely by chance, that stays with me for a long, long time after I've read the last page. Monty and Robbie are the funniest, most adorable couple I've read about in a while and I really don't think I have enough words to express how much I loved them.

Monty is this quiet young woman who has been very sheltered all her life and has been educated in a very strict, narrow-minded way by her parents, and she's finally found the courage within herself to forge her own future. She might not be as wild as her sister is, but she's slowly getting to know herself outside of the norms enforced by her conservative parents and their control. She kind of reminded me of an adult version of Savannah from the Hellcats TV show, and I loved that. Her relationship with Robbie also gives her something to fight for, because towards the end of the book she becomes a bolder version of herself. It's not the sex though, it's having someone next to her that makes her see that she doesn't have to be invisible to be loved, which she definitely needs to understand and hear, because in the beginning I could tell that she had that small voice in her head that kept reminding her of all the lessons her parents gave her about what a "proper lady" is supposed to be like, and it's hard for her to shut that voice out. 

Robbie is a wonderful guy. He teaches Monty to value herself and to stand up for herself, while also learning that he can find a happy ending for himself. I really liked him, even though at times his way of doing things was at times frustrating. I also loved his son. The way he interacted with him was super cute and I adored every scene with them together. 

While the "teacher falls for the parent of one of their students" isn't a new story line, Hunter made it fresh and new and unique. A lot of the time we see Monty and Robbie interact through text messages, and that right there was the part that blew my mind. It's easy to send a text message to someone and see it as unimportant or meaningless, but seeing their relationship going though the various stages by way of texting was such a fantastic thing. I also found myself in those texts, in a weird way, because a lot of the phrases or ways in which they expressed themselves was familiar to me. That part of the story confused me and also made this book so memorable, because I rarely can relate on such a personal level with a book, and I really found myself nodding and thinking "wow, I had that type of written interaction with someone and it was awesome". I usually relate to characters, not situations in which they find themselves, so I really loved being put in that situation.

The book is pretty fast paced, and it's filled with humor and moments of intense seriousness. The chemistry between the main characters is awesome, and as I said, I truly loved seeing them together. The ending was pretty easy to anticipate, but still great. 

All in all, I had so much fun reading this book and I'm definitely going to check out more books by Teagan Hunter in the future.

Can't Text This by Teagan Hunter

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TEAGAN HUNTER is a Missouri-raised gal, but currently lives in North Carolina with her US Marine husband, where she spends her days begging him for a cat. She survives off coffee, pizza, and sarcasm. When she’s not writing, you can find her binge-watching various TV shows, especially Supernatural and One Tree Hill. She enjoys cold weather, buys more paperbacks than she’ll ever read, and never says no to brownies. For more information, please visit


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