Tweet Cute by Emma Lord | Review

Tweet Cute Review

¡Hola, mi gente! Lately, I’ve been in the mood for romance novels and that’s because of this book. I normally avoid romance novels but this book was just what I needed at the time. Tweet Cute is the perfect pick me up for when you’re having a bad day.
Now, you’re probably wondering what is it about? Tweet Cute is about two teenagers named Pepper and Jack. Pepper’s family is the owner of a fast-food franchise and Jack’s parents are the owner of a small deli. When one day Jack uses the deli’s twitter to accuse Big League Burger, Pepper’s family fast-food franchise, of stealing their special grilled cheese recipe it initiated a twitter battle. They then have to use their wits to prove who’s better. The only thing is that they don’t who’s behind it.
Jack also built an app where students of his school chats anonymously and that’s how Pepper and Jack start to slowly fall in love, again not knowing who they’re talking to.
And to make this even crazier not knowing all of this they start developing a friendship, and maybe something more, in real life.
This book is full of sarcasm and shade between the Twitter accounts with a dash of memes and oh my did it make the story so much fun. I love the feud and seeing their tweets and reaction to it. I mean, who doesn’t like a good Twitter feud? You might say “not me” but you know that deep down inside you love the drama.
This book made me hungry. The way they describe the food made my mouth water. I need a piece of monster cake in my life. Do you know what this book needs? Recipes, especially of the deliciously weird monster cake. I hope that it has one in the final copy.    Let’s continue with what I loved. This book talks about family relationships, friendships, and the pressure to be the perfect student. All of these things were important to the story and you can see how it furthers the plot. It felt real making the story feel more authentic. Yes, even when the plot is crazy and unrealistic.
Overall, this story was so hilarious, delicious, and heartwarming and I truly recommend it. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars was because it just didn’t have that spark.
I truly recommend it. If you’re interested you can preorder it, convince your friend to get it and then borrow it or ask your library for it.
It comes out on January 21, 2020, so thankfully you won’t have to do much waiting.
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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A big thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for this arc.

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