68: Tweet Cute

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

A bookstagrammer I follow read this and said it was cute – appropriate considering the title, so I promptly downloaded it from Libby (so grateful my library has Libby!!) and got to reading. I almost stayed up way to late last night to finish, but decided that sleeping when it’s dark out is one of my favorite things.

It feels like a modern day retelling of Romeo and Juliet set in New York. Families feuding over grilled cheese (also has a lot of cheesy puns, which I’m here for). Teens getting dragged into a war on Twitter. Two people falling in love when they don’t even know the other’s name.

It’s delightful. The only regret is that there are dessert recipes at the end (or even grilled cheese recipes) … I mean who writes a book about delicious food without including how you can make that delicious food at home? Maybe YA authors? Either way, super cute! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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