Tweet Cute | ARC Review

"All right. No taking it personally. And no holding back... Let the games begin."


It's a twitter war filled with sarcasm and cheese!

I was a little unsure about this book, mainly because YA romance isn't really my thing. It's a hit or miss kind of thing. But this one was pretty interesting. Pepper is an overachiever whose got her hands in one too many things, not to mention she runs her family's 'Big League Burger' twitter account. Jack is the class clown with a knack for coding, who developed his own chat app and currently runs his families small deli twitter account.

So when Big League Burger steals Jack's grandma's iconic grilled cheese recipe, Jack doesn't take it lying down, starting an all out twitter war, as Pepper isn't one to ignore attacks. However, as the war heats up and the two of them talk unwittingly to one another on Jack's app, they begin to fall for one another without even realizing it.


This book alternates between Pepper and Jack's POV. Twitter is everywhere now and big brands are using their social media's more often than they used too, so it was pretty easy to connect with the world, as it was something that we live everyday. I rather enjoyed the romance as well. It wasn't instant THANK GOD and we really got to see them learn more about one another. Even if they didn't know it.

While this is both cute and witty, it also touched on serious topics like following your passions, honesty, sibling rivalries, online bullying (lightly), and other issues that we are dealing with today.

All in all, this was a fresh and quick read, and a wonderful debut for Emma Lord. I look forward to what she comes out with next.

Tweet Cute will be out for sale on January 20th!





*ARC provided by NetGalley. Opinions are my own, as always.*

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