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Goodnight Tweetheart Paperback – December 14, 2010
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- Kristin Hannah, New York Times bestselling author of Winter Garden
"Goodnight Tweetheart measures out equal amounts of lightning-fast wit, wry intelligence, and haunting tenderness. Medeiros shows that in any era, by any means of communication, love will find a way."
- Lisa Kleypas, New York Times bestselling author
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Top Customer Reviews
Abby hasn't been able to move on from chapter five of her novel after experiencing smashing success with her debut novel. The pressure is getting to her, and as part of her daily ritual of avoiding her writing, she joins Twitter. The first person to tweet at her is Mark, and Mark is far more interesting--and inspiring--than anything else Abby has had contact with recently.
Mark and Abby start a funny flirtation, going on "dates" via Twitter and chatting late into the night with direct messages. But Mark has a secret he's keeping from Abby, and Abby has some of her own demons to contend with. Will they overcome their obstacles to finally meet?
You'll have to read to find out, but this novel is certainly not a chore. If you're looking for a quick, funny, upbeat, tender story of two people learning to live and love again, this is your novel.
Will they ever get a chance to meet in real life?
"Goodnight Tweetheart" was a fascinating and emotional book. It made me smile and then cry (more often than I usually like while reading).
The first part of the book is full of witty remarks and all in all very entertaining. I had to laugh a lot and enjoyed getting to know Abby and Mark. I loved the pop culture references and the way Abby and Mark greeted and said good bye to each other in their tweets.
The use of twitter and tweets worked perfectly for me and Teresa Medeiros' way to write them was wonderful. I often struggle with the 140 characters you have in twitter and wish that I could be so eloquent, witty and precise like Abby & Mark when tweeting. I don't think that you have to use twitter to understand what's going on or to enjoy the book. However it's a plus if you know a bit about tweeting. Large parts of the book are tweets however there are also text passages and these are used to show what happens in Abby's life.Read more ›
This was the first contemporary story I've read from her.
The banter between Mark and Abby is amazing funny.
I'm such a sucker for banter.
I found myself rushing through reading Abby's day to day, I was so anxious to get back to the Mark & Abby Show.
It was sweet.
It was thoughtful.
And it warmed my heart considerably.
The story was short, but it didn't feel rushed.
I love feeling that sense of contentment from reading a simple "The End'.
It doesn't happen often, but when it does... You know you've struck gold.
Love this story.
The tweets were cute, clever, romantic, and helped build a strong tie between two lonely people. There's a twist or two in the tale and you might want to keep a Kleenex handy but I enjoyed this book told in Tweet messages. And I loved all the movie and television references.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've always been drawn to authors who include lots of dialogue between their characters rather than going on and on describing every single item in a scene or every stitch of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Country Girl
146 pages of drivel. In all fairness, I am not a romance reader. This somehow managed to get picked by my usually literary-minded reading group. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ginny M
This book hooked me from the start. It starts out witty and amusing then grabs your heartstrings to tackle more serious topics . You've Got Mail for the millennial generation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was very light reading. Something fun I needed to relax and enjoy.Published 6 months ago by Marilyn Lepper
A story about two lonely people meeting and connecting through tweeting. And in today's social media loving society, it made sense and the story was going... Read more
I seriously don't understand how anyone could give this less than five stars. I was hooked from the start and will read it again. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Max reader