{Book Review} conTEXTual roMANce by Killian McRae

conTEXTual roMANce by Killian McRae
Publication Date: July 1, 2012
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Summary: Following a bad marriage and an even worse divorce, Katherine Beck was positive that she was through with love, but it’s not over tilda it’s over. As notes from a secret admirer move from email to text messages, Katherine finds herself falling head-over-bytes for the enigmatic ShyTextMan one character at a time. (SOURCE)

Review
Two and a Half Stars
Contemporary, Romance, Novella
Adult content

I actually read this as fanfiction originally but I’m always curious to see the differences of a former fanfic. Sometimes they are drastic, other times not. This is one of the ‘not’ times.

It’s a really cute, short story but it did have some spots that needed editing for typos and such. But really, I’m all about some typos myself so it didn’t distract me too much but if you’re a stickler about that, it might get under your skin.

As someone that texts a lot, in particular, a significant other, you’ll probably smile while reading CR. There’s a lot of flirting, a smidgen of ‘mystery’ in the form of the secret admirer, though I’m sure you’ll figure out who he is quickly.

Overall, conTEXTual was a sweet story I enjoyed re-visiting.

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