Sunny Shelly’s Review: Wrong Text, Right Love by Claudia Burgoa

Wrong Text, Right Love by Claudia Burgoa
Series: Against All Odds; Book 1
Genre: Romantic Comedy
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USA TODAY Bestselling Author Claudia Burgoa presents an engaging love story full of mistaken identity, drunk texts, and hysterical mishaps.
Sex talk is my job. I’m an influencer. I run a popular blog where I give all kinds of dating tips, and girls all over the world thank me for helping them with their love lives.
I wish I could follow my own advice because my love life is totally dead. I just drunk texted my ex-boyfriend… except, I didn’t. That text ended up going to someone else.
This new relationship is almost picture-perfect, just like my online life. I guess I give good…text.
He doesn’t have to put up with my colorful personality-as my hot next-door neighbor describes me, Or my messy schedule.
This long-distance relationship is the best thing that’s happened to me and I plan to keep it that way.
Until we agree to meet up, and I’m freaking out.
When he meets the real me, will he hate me forever?
Or will we be one day telling our grandkids about that wrong text, right love?
Wrong Text, Right Love is a cute rom-com of two secret lovers who prepare to risk it all for love. Claudia Burgoa brings the flirty fun in this crazy novel of risking it all for romance.

Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

Wrong Text, Right Love is a cute start to a new series. A reclusive billionaire is the grumpy next-door-neighbor to a #bestlife influencer, and her sexy podcasts tick him off. Ford — or Chad as Persy initially thinks his name is — doesn’t believe in love. Persy is all about finding your own happiness. But her new book deal means that finding her own happiness means finding a boyfriend. She’s had a string of bad relationships with guys who think she’s fun but not wife-material. Chad/Ford, who has sworn off love, gives Persy a lot to think about when it comes to the opposite sex.

Then there are the text messages between “Joy” and “Lang” — when Persy drunk-texts her ex one night, she accidentally starts texting a stranger instead. Shocker: it’s Ford. They start to fall for one another without knowing who the other is, with both of them feeling like they can be themselves and not hide behind the facade they show the world.

I really liked how they got to know each other through both the text messages and Chad “helping” out on Persy’s podcasts. It was a clever twist on the enemies-to-lovers trope. I wanted more about Ford’s backstory, though. What happened to make him go into his batcave? Where do his trust issues come from? Who betrayed him? There were pieces of it, but I felt like I needed more. Also, a lot seemed to take place off the page. One of my pet peeves is being told something happened, not shown that something happened. Like, what was the deal with Persy and her mom in the kitchen that led to Ford discovering who she really is? That all happened in his POV and then in text messages, and I wanted to see more of it.

I read that Nate and Nyx are the next book in this series and I am all about that! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.





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