Note to Readers

Roundtable Reviews receives many galley and ARC copies for review. Please understand that the finished copy may differ from the copies we have reviewed.

I have not received any compensation for writing this post other than a free digital or galley copy of the book. I have no material connection to the publisher, agent, or author whose book/s I am reviewing. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Goodnight Tweetheart - Teresa Medeiros




Released December 14, 2010

www.simonandschuster.com
www.teresamedeiros.com

First, let me say that Goodnight Tweetheart is very addicting. I am one of those thousands, maybe millions, that think Twittering is a fad that will eventually disappear. I have no use for Twitter and am somewhat saddened that people feel it's a good thing to share intimate details of your life. Too many sickos in the world for my liking to even think of doing that.

Given that, Goodnight Tweetheart is all about Twittering. After having a successful first novel, an Oprah pick no less, Abby Donovan's discovered that fame can be fleeting. Her publicist urges her to sign up with Twitter and start connecting with her fans through that medium. As a n00b, Abby connects with a college professor who is current on sabbatical. Mark Baynard shows her the ropes and soon a strong connection forms between the two.

While Mark's touring the world, Abby begins to realize she may have met Mr. Right. That is until the truth about who Mark really is comes to light...

I've read many of Teresa Medeiros' historical romance novels over the years. I was intrigued with her entry into contemporary romance/women's fiction. Though the characters are solely chatting through Twitter, they still build a strong romance. 

I admit, I like a book that delivers the unexpected, this time I was surprised, if not possibly shocked. But, I don't plan to give spoilers. All I can say is read Goodnight Tweetheart and then feel free to head to the comment section and share your thoughts on Mark's big secret.

No comments:

Post a Comment