Number Neighbors by Emma Hart

Published: March 25, 2020

I’m here to bring you another romcom from the super sarcastic and sassy Emma Hart. Honestly, the most hilarious part of this book was the grandmother. I did like Hannah and Isaac as a couple and I thought that they were super cute together. Especially since they had great banter over Isaac’s use of typical British English phrases. Hannah is convinced that their relationship is only because of the texts but Isaac just thinks that those texts opened the door to a relationship between them. The texts and the evil kitten that Hannah believes is not her kitten definitely opened up the possibility of a relationship. And that kitten was aptly named along with all cats. Lucifer is the name that could be applied to all felines. They are evil.

Anyway, Grandma Jen is seriously my spirit animal. If I could be like her or any of her friends when I am 80 years old I think I would be the happiest octogenarian ever. Though I enjoyed this book I have been feeling like the romcoms have been blurring together and the one coming up has a different type of plot so I am looking forward to that. I’m also glad that Emma is starting to have some British characters since she is Welsh and has been using British phrases in her books for a bit now. But that is neither here nor there. The present is that this book was entertaining and that all cats are the spawn of Satan. So go grab your copy for a good laugh during these pretty dark times.

—“With a nod, he said, “I’m not very good at sarcasm? Do you have much experience with British people? We created sarcasm.”- Isaac to Hannah—

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