Wrong Text, Right Love (Against All Odds #1) by Claudia Burgoa
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 cozy novel of risking it all for romance.
Publication Date: June 11, 2020
This book was my first read of Claudia Burgoa. I can honestly say I am about to read more books of hers because I truly enjoyed this standalone. Yes, It can be read as a standalone.
Persephone Brassard (Persey) is a sex therapist and in the middle of writing her first book. She wants to isolate herself a bit and focus on her writing, but she lands on being the neighbor of a sexy nerd in hiding. Of course she doesn’t know that Langford Chadwick (Chad) is more than grumpy neighbor or that she’ll fall for his charms.
The fact that she drunkenly texts her neighbor without having his number, and that she missed just 1 digit from her ex’s number is a bit stretched, but no matter how her texts with this man started, she has no clue it’s the grumpy neighbor.
I love my romance novels to feel a bit more real, but I did enjoy this one quite a lot, so I can turn a blind eye on little things like this. The whole experience with this book is what I chase for, especially since I plan on reading all the neighbor trope books in this lifetime. Overachiever much? Probably, but follow me on my way of reviewing all.