Tweet Cute

Emma Lord
Book Rating: 
Average: 3 (2 votes)

About This Book

Meet Pepper, swim team captain, chronic overachiever, and all-around perfectionist. Her family may be falling apart, but their massive fast-food chain is booming ― mainly thanks to Pepper, who is barely managing to juggle real life while secretly running Big League Burger’s massive Twitter account.

Enter Jack, class clown and constant thorn in Pepper’s side. When he isn’t trying to duck out of his obscenely popular twin’s shadow, he’s busy working in his family’s deli. His relationship with the business that holds his future might be love/hate, but when Big League Burger steals his grandma’s iconic grilled cheese recipe, he’ll do whatever it takes to take them down, one tweet at a time.

All’s fair in love and cheese ― that is, until Pepper and Jack’s spat turns into a viral Twitter war. Little do they know, while they’re publicly duking it out with snarky memes and retweet battles, they’re also falling for each other in real life ― on an anonymous chat app Jack built.

As their relationship deepens and their online shenanigans escalate ― people on the internet are shipping them?? ― their battle gets more and more personal, until even these two rivals can’t ignore they were destined for the most unexpected, awkward, all-the-feels romance that neither of them expected.


Dhihita N


Cute little read, but not enough

When it comes to this book, it felt somewhat bland. The two characters Pepper and Jack feud over Twitter because their two food companies are against each other. If you are a person who likes back and forth tweeting tied into eventual romance, then this book would be for you. I didn't like it much because I thought that the thought of tweeting back and forth was a little weird but I did like the concept of including the app Weazel. Jack made an app called Weazel which can only be accessed by the kids who went to their school and it was a texting app but instead, the person you're texting is concealed. Pepper and Jack know each other from school but do not know that they are texting each other through the app. Pepper deals with the regular stresses of a teenager and pressure from her Mom to continue tweeting against the enemy but to me, it felt like a very generic book with a silly plot :(

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