Blog Tour Review: Number Neighbors by Emma Hart

March 26, 2020 Blog Tour, Review 4 ★★★★★

Blog Tour Review:  Number Neighbors by Emma Hart

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Blog Tour Review:  Number Neighbors by Emma HartNumber Neighbors by Emma Hart
on March 24, 2020
Genres: Adult Romantic Comedy
Pages: 166
Format: E-galley
Source: the author
My Rating: five-stars
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What happens when your number neighbor turns out to be your hot, British, next-door neighbor?

NUMBER NEIGHBORS, an all-new, side-splittingly hilarious neighbors-to-lovers romcom from New York Times bestselling author, Emma Hart, and we have the fun, flirty new cover! Pre-order today so you don’t miss it on March 24th!

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Bad Idea #241: Sending a dirty text to your number neighbor.

In my defense, my friends did it too, and their neighbors took it as the joke it was.

Mine didn’t.

He responded with a dirty text of his own. Next thing I know, I have a standing texting date every night at ten-thirty.

Until I have to miss it because the stray kitten who adopted me one week ago is sick. The only person I know who can help me at this time of night is my British next-door neighbor and local vet, Isaac Cooper.

I’ll keep him overnight, he says. Here’s my number to call me in the morning, he says.

The problem?

I know that number.

Because I’ve been texting it every night for the last four days.

My Review:

Okay, as usual, Emma Hart’s latest had me rolling with laughter from page one! It really was perfect timing as I had a guy I’d been chatting with online who reminded me a bit of the whole conversations they were having before they found out who each other was. Now, I only recently found out about Number Neighbors when I got a text one day saying hi from my own number neighbor. But I was afraid it was a scam, so didn’t reply, and now after the hilarity of this book, I kind of wish I had at least said hi! While this book isn’t a part of a series, the main character Hannah, is cousins with Immy from Frenemies, which I loved! It also means that we got to enjoy their crazy grandmother, Jen, along with her crazy book club friends.

While I’m not really a cat person, I definitely adored little Lucifer, and loved what happened in the end with him. Again, as usual, Hart gives us the steaminess that I like, the snarkiness that cracks me up, as well as the sweet, romantic, happy ending that I live for.

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About the Author:

Emma Hart is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels and has been translated into several different languages. She is a mother, wife, lover of wine, Pink Goddess, and valiant rescuer of wild baby hedgehogs. Emma prides herself on her realistic, snarky smut, with comebacks that would make a PMS-ing teenage girl proud. Yes, really. She’s that sarcastic.

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4 Responses to “Blog Tour Review: Number Neighbors by Emma Hart”

  1. Danielle Hammelef

    Once again, this author has come through for you with excellent characters and humor. This is awesome to have this in your life right now especially. I’m not a cat person either, but any time characters have pets to care for, it makes them even more lovable.

    • Lisa Mandina

      This author is one of my auto-buy favorites, that I just wish I could meet and gush over! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. shooting

    This sounds like a fun one. I love cats, and any book that can make me laugh is great. I’ve never reached out to my number neighbor – or had someone reach out to me, but I’ve heard about it.

    -Lauren
    http://www.shootingstarsmag.net

    • Lisa Mandina

      It’s a fun, sexy romance, and you would probably enjoy the cat bit! Thanks for stopping by!

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