A wrong number connects Delia Devlin, 21, and Zach Hastings, 25, and they begin a texting correspondence.
It’s a bit slow burn. I’ll admit some of their earlier texts lacked a punch, and thus dragged in parts until they actually meet up and start dating.
“I want to know if he kisses the way he talks—sweet with just a hint of dirty.”Then it picks up, and I started turning pages to find out what would happen next. Marshmallow was a unique spin to the tale.
I especially liked that Zack was mostly a regular guy, not a celebrity nor thankfully not a manwhore. He had some cute moments and comments.
“‘You can’t be like, ‘Boner be gone!’ and it just goes away. That’s not how dicks work—they don’t deflate on command.’”
Another bonus was the absence of OW. In fact, it’s mostly low angst so it makes for a relaxing read when you need to de-stress. I was a bit torn on the OM presence with Caleb. He never created any drama and seemed like a good guy too. But I sorta though it should have been Zack who came to Delia’s “rescue” in the later half. Given his future pairing in the next book with her roommate, I wish Caleb would have just been a friend rather than boyfriend. Zack’s brother’s book (#4) is a hell no for me though. That jerk doesn’t deserve an HEA.
*Title purchased from Amazon. All reviews written by Book-Bosomed Book Blog are honest opinions.