Author: Teresa Medeiros
Publisher: Gallery Books
Read Time: 1 Day
Tag Words: Twitter, Author main character, Pop Culture references, Italy, New York City, Cancer, Mental illness, expectations, true love
Abby Donovan is a down-on-her-luck former New York Times best selling author who can’t seem to put pen to paper. Due to a lack of flowing ink Abby takes up tweeting the few fans she has left, hoping for some inspiration in disguise.
What she didn’t expect was that the whirl-wind romance of her life would take place over the Internet!
Can Abby and Mark’s love survive all bugs, viruses, and glitches, or will the trending topic of true love be toppled before it’s time?
Who doesn’t love a witty man? Who doesn’t love a witty romance? If you are one of those people who don't...who are you? What are you?!
Goodnight Tweetheart will appeal to fans of the fast-talking, pop-culture referencing Gilmore Girls who captured America’s hearts for so many seasons. I couldn’t help but think that Abby Donovan was Rory Gilmore in disguise, tweeting up Jess for old times sake. Sigh. Jess...
Anyway, back to the book! It was good, it was fun, it was quick and it was laughter. I even picked up a few Twitter tricks between the pages.
This book should be a plane ride necessity.
Notes on the Names:
Their usernames were:
The only uninteresting thing about the book.
Thoughts on the Cover:
It’s sweet. I love that the Twitter theme is apparent, without being overwhelming. I also love that I now own another blue book, because really, there can never be too many blue books on one shelf.
Parental Book Review *spoilers*