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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 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...


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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 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...

30 review for Number Neighbors

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tani

    Take my review as a grain of salt because I was desperate enough to read something light. It's cute, it's fun and I enjoyed banter. So all's well that ends well. P. S. I love Lucifer and I'm reconsidering to adopt a kitten. Of course, not now. Take my review as a grain of salt because I was desperate enough to read something light. It's cute, it's fun and I enjoyed banter. So all's well that ends well. P. S. I love Lucifer and I'm reconsidering to adopt a kitten. Of course, not now.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rozzberry🍓

    3 'meh' stars (I suppose that's what I get for picking a book on the basis of 'Eh, what the hell'. lol) 3 'meh' stars (I suppose that's what I get for picking a book on the basis of 'Eh, what the hell'. lol)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Danielle's

    Hello Isaac! I’m totally digging Hannah’s hot neighbour with his filthy mouth and caring animals skills. Swoon! Let’s play a game. You text your number neighbour and I’ll text mine. Let’s see what results we get. Hannah isn’t the adventurous type but when you have a crazy grandma and a cousin who’s up for a dare there isn’t much you can do. Talking to a stranger is weird but totally safe. There is no way you could possibly know him right? ;) Hannah is so attracted to Isaac she struggles to talk to Hello Isaac! I’m totally digging Hannah’s hot neighbour with his filthy mouth and caring animals skills. Swoon! Let’s play a game. You text your number neighbour and I’ll text mine. Let’s see what results we get. Hannah isn’t the adventurous type but when you have a crazy grandma and a cousin who’s up for a dare there isn’t much you can do. Talking to a stranger is weird but totally safe. There is no way you could possibly know him right? ;) Hannah is so attracted to Isaac she struggles to talk to him. What happens when the rules change? Let’s find out. Loved this book. It was funny, sexy and fur-ball fun. Isaac is a British hottie. The mix of American-English and British-English was great (I’m British). The banter really ticked me. ARC received however I’ve ordered a Number neighbours book box vis Emma Harts website. I’ll own this PB. I wouldn’t recommend reading this before Frenemies unless you don’t mind spoilers. Hannah is part of the same family. Both books can be read as standalone independently.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    2 "can we stop with asshole grandma trope" stars Uhh...this kind of books never work for me The premise was good but it was just trying to hard to be quirky. Too much interference of side character, too little sex scenes between h and H, and can we stop with "cool" grandmas who authors try to present as this liberal, quirky, nosy characters who are just plain RUDE!!!!! ... It just gets on my nerves *rolleyes* Oh and yes, I don't need to hear hero saying how he wants to fuck Scarlett Johansson. T 2 "can we stop with asshole grandma trope" stars Uhh...this kind of books never work for me The premise was good but it was just trying to hard to be quirky. Too much interference of side character, too little sex scenes between h and H, and can we stop with "cool" grandmas who authors try to present as this liberal, quirky, nosy characters who are just plain RUDE!!!!! ... It just gets on my nerves *rolleyes* Oh and yes, I don't need to hear hero saying how he wants to fuck Scarlett Johansson. Thank you but no. Another disappointing book

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maca

    Not the worst but still... the MC was a little bit dumb. „What in God’s name is the post box?” “Where the post goes.” “I have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about.” “The mailbox,” he said wryly. “It’s a post box in the UK.” I did a double take. “Why would you call the mailbox a post box?” “Because the post box is where the post goes.” Isaac stopped. “You’re looking at me like I’m reading you a Chinese takeaway menu in French.” “What’s a takeaway?” He brought his hands to his head and massaged h Not the worst but still... the MC was a little bit dumb. „What in God’s name is the post box?” “Where the post goes.” “I have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about.” “The mailbox,” he said wryly. “It’s a post box in the UK.” I did a double take. “Why would you call the mailbox a post box?” “Because the post box is where the post goes.” Isaac stopped. “You’re looking at me like I’m reading you a Chinese takeaway menu in French.” “What’s a takeaway?” He brought his hands to his head and massaged his temples, briefly shutting his eyes. “I knew I should have gone back to England.” “Seriously. What’s a takeaway?” “Takeout, Hannah. It’s what you weirdos call takeout.” “I take offense at being called a weirdo. You’re the weird one. You’re in America. Speak American.” “Why the bloody hell would I speak American? The language is called English!” “Because American English,” I said. “Isn’t that obvious?” “You lose an argument the moment you say English,” he replied, shaking his head. “You can’t argue with an English person about the English language.” “I don’t know how to talk to you.” I shook my head just like he had and stood up. “ Like really? Even my first language is not English but I know what that means. „Besides, I knew you were here. I watered your plant last summer when you went away. Even though it didn’t need watering.” I frowned. “What do you mean it didn’t need watering? Of course it did. It would have died.” “Hannah, that’s a plastic plant.” My gaze followed where he was pointing to—to the big, suspiciously green plant in the corner of my living room. “That’s not a plastic plant.” “Has it ever grown?” “I don’t know. I don’t pay attention to those things.” Isaac stood and reached for my hand. He pulled me to my feet and across the room, then put my fingers against one of the leaves. “See? Plastic.” I blinked. Holy shit. It was plastic. I’d been watering a plastic plant for two years. “Oh, my God,” I whispered. “I am such an idiot.“ Yeah, you are an idiot 🤦🏻‍♀️🙄 Another dumb girl —> „Was it amazing? Do British people kiss differently to us? I bet they do it with style.” “What the fuck are you talking about? It’s kissing, Imogen. It’s universal.” “I know, but does he kiss with a British accent?” I stared at her. “Are you high?” “I wish,” she muttered. “But does he?” “People don’t kiss in accents. It’s not like we’re all taught how to kiss based on where we live.“ 2,5⭐️

  6. 4 out of 5

    Treena

    Not a fan of either MC. I don’t think 25 and 27 yr olds are “new adults”, right? At that age, I wasn’t so “hard up” for nookie that I’d be willing to sext with a stranger. A stranger!!!! Didn’t their parents teach them (when they were in nursery/kindergarten!!!) about stranger-danger???!!! Oy. Furthermore, I had no idea (until I talked to my bestie about this book earlier this afternoon) that this was based on a real life “challenge” or trend among millennials. Say what??? And honestly, given what Not a fan of either MC. I don’t think 25 and 27 yr olds are “new adults”, right? At that age, I wasn’t so “hard up” for nookie that I’d be willing to sext with a stranger. A stranger!!!! Didn’t their parents teach them (when they were in nursery/kindergarten!!!) about stranger-danger???!!! Oy. Furthermore, I had no idea (until I talked to my bestie about this book earlier this afternoon) that this was based on a real life “challenge” or trend among millennials. Say what??? And honestly, given what’s happening nowadays with the Covid19 pandemic, I’m not in the best mood for crazy shenanigans. From anyone. Of any kind. So a forever kind of love that develops out of a challenge/trend/dare between drunk friends??? Give me a break. I finished the book because I paid for it. But I have to say that this purchase hurt because I’m so bummed about the story, the characters. Sorry to the fans.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Darlene I read WAY to many books

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Now raise your hand if you did this trend on twitter like everyone.. MEEEE sadly i was not this lucky as Hannah was lol i had a 19 year old guy.. :/ oh well.. back to the review. This was.. eh to me.. i was really sad i wish i liked it more.. i wanted to love it and it was tiny.. TINY steam.. Drunk fun with friends leads to texting your neighbor number "what's your fave position." And getting a replay back with an answer and wondering yours. That's how it started for Hannah and Issac, the sextin Now raise your hand if you did this trend on twitter like everyone.. MEEEE sadly i was not this lucky as Hannah was lol i had a 19 year old guy.. :/ oh well.. back to the review. This was.. eh to me.. i was really sad i wish i liked it more.. i wanted to love it and it was tiny.. TINY steam.. Drunk fun with friends leads to texting your neighbor number "what's your fave position." And getting a replay back with an answer and wondering yours. That's how it started for Hannah and Issac, the sexting was flirty between them. Until Hannah sick kitten needs some EMERGENCY HELP!! She goes and ask her hot british vet neighbor. And when he gives her his number.. well shit.. that was something she didnt expect. It takes them awhile to jump into the sack and confess they have some sorta feelings for eachother... (and honestly.. it was one sex scene) add in wild rude grandma and friends, and more cat talk. I'm kinda disappointed that the ending felt. Eh atleast to me.. like adopt cats and epilogue and driving and i love you. Like i wanted more. Also i I would have liked it more if the grandma would have tone down whatever she was on she was just to much to rude.. to annoying...and Hannah wasnt so stupid on Issac slang for British words.. like even i knew what he was saying. No ow/om drama, No cheating, secondary charas, sexy time, no virgins Recommend- maybe Cover-⭐⭐⭐ Slow-burn 25h/27H Safe sex Tiny Push away from h Safe Hea Epilogue

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Number Neighbors follows the story of Hannah and Isaac. Hannah and Isaac’s story had quite an interesting start. It started off as a fun moment between friends where they would text their number neighbors. But, when Hannah texted her number neighbor, she got a little more than what she bargained for. It was supposed to be one night of naughty texting with a mysterious stranger, but it quickly turned into more. Suddenly, Hannah has a standing sexting date every night. It’s fun and exciting…that i Number Neighbors follows the story of Hannah and Isaac. Hannah and Isaac’s story had quite an interesting start. It started off as a fun moment between friends where they would text their number neighbors. But, when Hannah texted her number neighbor, she got a little more than what she bargained for. It was supposed to be one night of naughty texting with a mysterious stranger, but it quickly turned into more. Suddenly, Hannah has a standing sexting date every night. It’s fun and exciting…that is until Hannah accidentally discovers who her number neighbor is…. Number Neighbors was a fun and sexy read. I loved the interactions between Hannah and Isaac. Their sexting was hotter than hot, but their in person chemistry burned even hotter. These two made me laugh and had me hanging on each word and interaction. The supporting cast added to the humor and entertaining moments. Number Neighbors is a wonderful romantic comedy. It’s fun and entertaining. It’s sexy and has lots of laugh out loud moments. And the best part is there is no drama. It’s just a straight up romantic comedy that will leave you with a smile on your face. *I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kahea

    ***5 Stars*** And we have another winner! Not that I’m surprised in the least, but, and I know I’ve said this about many of this author’s books, but this baby was such a fun read. It’s all kinds of sweet, snarky, smexy and funny with a huge dose of heart tossed into the mix that kept me turning the pages until the very end and wishing there were more words to read. I adored Hannah and Isaac. Hannah is sweet, sassy and snarky and has a kinder heart than even she realizes. Isaac is simply a good ***5 Stars*** And we have another winner! Not that I’m surprised in the least, but, and I know I’ve said this about many of this author’s books, but this baby was such a fun read. It’s all kinds of sweet, snarky, smexy and funny with a huge dose of heart tossed into the mix that kept me turning the pages until the very end and wishing there were more words to read. I adored Hannah and Isaac. Hannah is sweet, sassy and snarky and has a kinder heart than even she realizes. Isaac is simply a good man. He has a good heart and has just enough alpha in him to take charge of a situation without going all caveman about it. Their journey to their HEA starts out on an interesting foot, but once they both get over their initial shock of just who their number neighbor is, things were all kinds of fun. Of course a sick kitten, nosey cousin and crazy smut loving grandmother do help nudge things along and I really loved how everything worked out for them in the end. Sometimes you just need a fun, quick, low on angstyness read and this one fit the bill in every way for me. I loved catching up with Mason, Immy and Maya. I have a soft spot for cute, mischievous animals and Lucifer definitely added some spice and cuteness to the book and then there is Grandma Jen and the book club ladies. Their antics had me laughing out loud, and outside of a few...fashion choices, I kinda want to grow up to be like them. Note: You don’t have to read Frenemies to enjoy Number Neighbors, but considering Hannah and Immy are cousins and Grandma Jen is their grandmother, I highly recommend you do to get the full impact of their family dynamic. ~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~

  10. 4 out of 5

    Meegz Reads

    *4 Stars* ARC kindly received in exchange for an honest review. This was another fun book from Emma Hart. Just what's needed at this current time of uncertainty in the world. It's light-hearted and fun, and a very easy read. Hannah and Isaac are both really cool characters, with fun and cheeky personalities. I liked that Isaac is a British character with a sexy accent. (Although I did find it a bit hard to believe that Hannah wouldn't know some of the words he used. Maybe that's just me, because *4 Stars* ARC kindly received in exchange for an honest review. This was another fun book from Emma Hart. Just what's needed at this current time of uncertainty in the world. It's light-hearted and fun, and a very easy read. Hannah and Isaac are both really cool characters, with fun and cheeky personalities. I liked that Isaac is a British character with a sexy accent. (Although I did find it a bit hard to believe that Hannah wouldn't know some of the words he used. Maybe that's just me, because I'm Aussie, and it all made sense. Not sure). Grandma Jen sure is a cracker, and Lucifer is a cheeky little character too. I liked the easiness of this one - the relationship, the smart/cheeky moments. It was just a nice and fluffy and fun book to read. Would recommend. Review also on my blog - Number Neighbors by Emma Hart Follow me on: Facebook Twitter Instagram

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    I wanted more from this book. I wanted more from the characters, more from the plot. I was kind of disappointed because I had high hopes for this book and it wasn't at all what I thought. The biggest thing was Hannah and Luke weren't fleshed out at all. Why I mention Hannah has a job she doesn't like if she seems perfectly content with it for most of the book and then wow Luke sister MIGHT be able to help her get a job in her field. I don't know, I wanted more. I wanted more from this book. I wanted more from the characters, more from the plot. I was kind of disappointed because I had high hopes for this book and it wasn't at all what I thought. The biggest thing was Hannah and Luke weren't fleshed out at all. Why I mention Hannah has a job she doesn't like if she seems perfectly content with it for most of the book and then wow Luke sister MIGHT be able to help her get a job in her field. I don't know, I wanted more.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Shipman ~ Two Book Pushers

    Number Neighbors is Emma Hart’s newest funny AF novel. It is a complete standalone but if you read Frenemies then you will remember Hannah, Imogen’s cousin and prank partner! Well, this is her story... Who said sending a dirty text to you number neighbor was a good idea? Nobody, that’s who! Except, it was done by three women who had been drinking and having fun. And it was all fun and games till Hannah’s number neighbor texts back and is all for the dirty talk. So much so that it happens for a f Number Neighbors is Emma Hart’s newest funny AF novel. It is a complete standalone but if you read Frenemies then you will remember Hannah, Imogen’s cousin and prank partner! Well, this is her story... Who said sending a dirty text to you number neighbor was a good idea? Nobody, that’s who! Except, it was done by three women who had been drinking and having fun. And it was all fun and games till Hannah’s number neighbor texts back and is all for the dirty talk. So much so that it happens for a few nights. That was until she was hot with reality! Her number neighbors is her actual neighbor. As in her hot AF British neighbor who was also the sexy Vet in town. The one she has been crushing on since he moved in next door months ago. She was so f*cked and if Isaac was anything like he was in his texts... Omg!! This book is hilarious!! I love Isaac, he is blunt, swoon-worthy, sweet, and funny. And damn, his accent? Yum!! And I might just have a girl crush on Hannah. She is feisty, funny and smart. Together, their banter is epic. Their chemistry is hot. Their story is sooo good. Emma added so much heat to this one. It was a perfect blend of all the feels. P.S. I ♥️ Grandma Jean! Quotes: “Are you aware that you’re an eighty-year-old bully?” “Yes, dear, but you’re confusing me with someone who gives a shit.” IMMY: Do you think he fucks with a British accent? ME: I can’t talk to you when you’re like this. “Thank God. I was thirty seconds away from needing to go wank in the shower.” “Have you done that?” “Oh, sure. All the British words, and ‘wank’ is the one you know.” I grinned. “I know the important ones.”

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julia's Book Haven

    *3.5 Stars*

  14. 5 out of 5

    belle ☆ミ (thisbellereadstoo)

    felt it was really short but i enjoyed hannah and isaac’s story. i loved how sassy hannah is, and her grandma is a gem. the main characters were really cute together and i liked tier banter. i do wish it was longer and that the number neighbour mystery aspect was dragged out longer to heighten the sexual tension and for them to know each other that way. but whatever happened between them was super adorable too.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kodie Mackay

    So after delving into the deep dark depths of the zon trying with gusto to find a book that tickled my fancy I got fed up and downloaded a sample of this on a wim. That's it. Lucky for me this actually worked out real well and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Now just being honest if you're looking for a real depthy book then you're probably not going to vibe with this one. I enjoyed this for that reason though. It doesn't take much thought because it's just one of those easy read no angst or drama So after delving into the deep dark depths of the zon trying with gusto to find a book that tickled my fancy I got fed up and downloaded a sample of this on a wim. That's it. Lucky for me this actually worked out real well and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Now just being honest if you're looking for a real depthy book then you're probably not going to vibe with this one. I enjoyed this for that reason though. It doesn't take much thought because it's just one of those easy read no angst or drama cutsey stories. Hannah was basically forced into a sexting game with her number neighbor by her sister and friend. Turns out they happened to be much much closer to eachother than either one of them realised. Honestly it's just a feel good chuckle filled slowish burn romance that's start of a little quirky. I laughed ALOT!. Kind of wished I had a grandma Jen because that lady and her crazy shenanigans are fucking epic. And just enjoyed Hannah and Issac's sweet story. It's feel good romance with a good dose of laughter and a splash of sexy to keep it all interesting. Ohh and the sexual tension of it all. Hot damn is was FIRE. It served its purpose perfectly and satisfied my shitty mood.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bec (booktineus)

    So main reason I read this was because 1) I thought the concept with the whole number neighbours thing sounded hilarious, 2) it has a vet as the love interest, and 3) I knew it would be short and easy. How was it to read? Meh. Entertaining and easy to read, sure, but having read multiple Emma Hart books in a row a few weeks ago things felt a bit repetitive.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Books I Flove

    Fantastic! Simple as that!! With Number Neighbors Emma Hart brings us another fantastic laugh out loud hot as hell no drama llama romcom!!! One drunken night Hannah decides to text her number and see what happens. She didn’t think the NN would answer, nor that she would sext with him... Until she gets the phone number from her hot british neighbor in real life, as known as the vet in town, and realizes he’s the NN!! Loved this book a lot, had so many laugh out loud moments, and finished this book i Fantastic! Simple as that!! With Number Neighbors Emma Hart brings us another fantastic laugh out loud hot as hell no drama llama romcom!!! One drunken night Hannah decides to text her number and see what happens. She didn’t think the NN would answer, nor that she would sext with him... Until she gets the phone number from her hot british neighbor in real life, as known as the vet in town, and realizes he’s the NN!! Loved this book a lot, had so many laugh out loud moments, and finished this book in one sitting!!! I kindly received an arc from the author and voluntarily left a review

  18. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    This book ese pretty entertaining and cute, but really didn't suck me in as much as other books I read from EH! Not a bad read tough! This book ese pretty entertaining and cute, but really didn't suck me in as much as other books I read from EH! Not a bad read tough!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Mandina

    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 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. Review first published on Lisa Loves Literature.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    2 stars, It was a cool plot but I was disappointed.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pavitra (For The Love of Fictional Worlds)

    A short hilarious and absolutely refreshing take on the recent social media viral act of texting your number neighbour; that is the number that is one number after yours – which is exactly what ends up happening when three friends come together fro a girls night out and force one of them, Hannah to dirty text her number neighbour. For Hannah, it is a question of a dare when she does and more of a want when her number neighbour does end up texting back (FYI: the texting between them is H-O-T!). . A short hilarious and absolutely refreshing take on the recent social media viral act of texting your number neighbour; that is the number that is one number after yours – which is exactly what ends up happening when three friends come together fro a girls night out and force one of them, Hannah to dirty text her number neighbour. For Hannah, it is a question of a dare when she does and more of a want when her number neighbour does end up texting back (FYI: the texting between them is H-O-T!). . In reality, though Hannah is a single woman and a reluctant care giver for a kitten that has decided to adopt her, Lucifer, a cute adorable black kitten – when she finds herself in an emergency because of Lucifer, she has no choice but to contact her actual neighbour, a British vetnerian, a man she is crushing on, HARD! It doesn’t take long for either of them to realise that they have been dirty talking to each other – and for them to take that relationship into the reality. I listened to this book on audio – it was a light, fluffy and cute 5 hours spent; though the romance did tend to sizzle out, at least for me; but I still definitely enjoyed the book. Neither does it take a genius to realise the reason behind me wanting to adopt a black kitten companion for my own ginger kitten! For more reviews visit For The Love of Fictional Worlds :) Do come join us at For The Fictional Worlds Facebook Page | Twitter | Instagram  | Goodreads  | Amazon |

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rohina

    I'm not overwhelmed, I am not underwhelmed... I'm just whelmed after finishing this book. The text conversations were great and so were the one on ones but that's just it. I don't have anything to gush over and it sucks. I love Emma Hart and I love her easy and flowing writing style and, sadly, I have not been a huge fan of a few of her recent releases. If I am being brutally honest, I am tired of this formula of romantic comedies. It is the same thing over and over again, it's just a different b I'm not overwhelmed, I am not underwhelmed... I'm just whelmed after finishing this book. The text conversations were great and so were the one on ones but that's just it. I don't have anything to gush over and it sucks. I love Emma Hart and I love her easy and flowing writing style and, sadly, I have not been a huge fan of a few of her recent releases. If I am being brutally honest, I am tired of this formula of romantic comedies. It is the same thing over and over again, it's just a different book and the character names are different. I can't believe I am saying this but I've reached a stage where I am finding all of Hart's heroines overlapping. I love Hart's brand of heroines, I do. They are witty, fun and sarcasm run through their veins along with coffee. I love these fiery women, but when every single female character, main and secondary, have the same characteristics, it starts to feel identical. I miss the fleshed-out characters and storylines. I miss the plot-driven books. I miss the vulnerable, rounded characters that Hart used to write. I miss the chemistry and angst that she is so good at. I know I'm in the minority but overall, I just wanted a lot more. But keeping my thoughts aside, if you are someone who is looking for a book that is easy and flowing with cute animals, specifically a cat named Lucifer (I imagined Tom Ellis every time for some insane reason) then pick this one up! 2.5 Stars! ↠ Buy Number Neighbors (Kindle) _________________________ For more reviews and recommendations: ☛ Facebook Page ☛ Main Blog ☛ Twitter * ARC gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review. *

  23. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    "Number Neighbors" by Emma Hart was exactly the book I needed to read right now to put a smile on my face and escape from the craziness of the real world. It was hysterically funny, sweetly romantic, and steamy at the same time, and I adored it. The male lead character, British veterinarian Isaac, was a fantastic and completely swoon-worthy book boyfriend. His love for animals and sense of humor made him a great match for the female lead, Hannah, who was wonderfully snarky and independent. Their "Number Neighbors" by Emma Hart was exactly the book I needed to read right now to put a smile on my face and escape from the craziness of the real world. It was hysterically funny, sweetly romantic, and steamy at the same time, and I adored it. The male lead character, British veterinarian Isaac, was a fantastic and completely swoon-worthy book boyfriend. His love for animals and sense of humor made him a great match for the female lead, Hannah, who was wonderfully snarky and independent. Their banter was very amusing, and I laughed out loud during many of their conversations. I especially loved when they argued over American vs. British words and sayings (mainly because I'm a language nerd and find differences in dialects fascinating). The secondary characters in this book were also a tremendous amount of fun, especially Hannah's matchmaking Grandma Jen and Jen's friends from book club. I loved Hannah's "attack kitten," Lucifer, too. She could deny that she was keeping him all she wanted, but her love for him was clear in the way she took such good care of him. Overall, I loved "Number Neighbors" and can't wait for Ms. Hart's next release! *ARC provided by the author. All opinions expressed are my own.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    First things first; I love the cover of this book! This book is short (186pgs) fast paced and enjoyable. I read this book in one sitting and was satisfied throughout. I found the writing style easy to follow, the characters loveable and the storyline hilarious. This story is Hannah’s story who we met in Immy and Mason’s story. When Hannah’s best friends dare her to text her number neighbour, she doesn’t expect the outcome. When she finds out her number neighbour is closer to home than she thinks, First things first; I love the cover of this book! This book is short (186pgs) fast paced and enjoyable. I read this book in one sitting and was satisfied throughout. I found the writing style easy to follow, the characters loveable and the storyline hilarious. This story is Hannah’s story who we met in Immy and Mason’s story. When Hannah’s best friends dare her to text her number neighbour, she doesn’t expect the outcome. When she finds out her number neighbour is closer to home than she thinks, what will she do? When Isaac makes his attraction known, will Hannah give love a chance? The chemistry between Hannah and Isaac is clear to see and I loved them together. The spark between them is off the charts. Just like in the previous book, I found grandma Jen hilarious. I really loved the ending and the epilogue for this story. The storyline for this book is easy to follow and it is an enjoyable read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    5 Stars Jesus, dirty talk in a British accent was heaven. I think this was the hottest book I have ever read from Emma Hart. She is always my go-to author for a quick laugh but this time she really upped the steam and chemistry in her book. I love the plot of this book and how she ends up sexting with her number neighbor! And holy hell that sexting! Prepare yourself for getting all hot and bothered and when you finally think it is really getting steamy you end up laughing because well it is an Emm 5 Stars Jesus, dirty talk in a British accent was heaven. I think this was the hottest book I have ever read from Emma Hart. She is always my go-to author for a quick laugh but this time she really upped the steam and chemistry in her book. I love the plot of this book and how she ends up sexting with her number neighbor! And holy hell that sexting! Prepare yourself for getting all hot and bothered and when you finally think it is really getting steamy you end up laughing because well it is an Emma Hart book. As always I adore the heroine Hannah! She is fun, sassy, weird and so cute you can't help to love her! She will keep you giggling throughout the entire book and then throw in her grandma and you will start to laugh like a crazy person. “I think we’re done here.” “Do you?” “I wouldn’t have said it otherwise.” “I was being sarcastic, Hannah.” “I know. I chose to ignore it. You’re not very good at it.” Isaac is amazing. He keeps up with Hannah and her family throughout the entire book no matter how crazy it gets. He just jumps right in and gets crazy with them. He is so hot and is for sure the reason for the steam level in this book. As I always say about Emma Hart's book couples the hero (Isaac) grounds the heroine (Hannah) so much and makes her a little more sane or well maybe not sane but you know balance her out... “Are you aware that you’re an eighty-year-old bully?” “Yes, dear, but you’re confusing me with someone who gives a shit.” So are you looking for a fun read that will have you laughing, thinking what the hell am I reading ( in the best possible way), with some sexy time in it and a crazy family that you want to be a part of (most of the time) then this is your book. As always if you ever need a laugh I recommend all of Emma Hart's books because that woman can write sassy, funny heroines like no other and always makes me want to get inside of her head just to see how crazy she is in real life. (Again In the best possible way!)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Yamina -Women Who Stare at Books

    Number Neighbors was such and enjoyable read. I have laughed at least once every chapter. By laughing, I mean I laughed so hard that tears were rolling down my face. I was hooked from chapter one and let me tell you, it started with a BANG!!! HOT HOT HOT ALERT! The sexting between Isaac and Hannah was off the charts. I fell in love with Isaac and Hannah! Their story was filled with the perfect mix of humour and emotion. They were both so easy to relate to. I loved their personalities, which I thi Number Neighbors was such and enjoyable read. I have laughed at least once every chapter. By laughing, I mean I laughed so hard that tears were rolling down my face. I was hooked from chapter one and let me tell you, it started with a BANG!!! HOT HOT HOT ALERT! The sexting between Isaac and Hannah was off the charts. I fell in love with Isaac and Hannah! Their story was filled with the perfect mix of humour and emotion. They were both so easy to relate to. I loved their personalities, which I think that the author does a fine job of showing the reader. They have both endearing qualities and flaws and that's the reason why they are a match-made in heaven. Lucifer is my favourite cat and Grandma Jen.... I do not think that there is a word in the dictionary that could describe her perfectly. I want to join her bookclub just for the banter! If you need a book to boost your mood Number Neighbors is for you! *Arc kindly provided for an honest review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Meg K

    Number Neighbors Number neighbors was a hilarious story with a hot Brit, adorable kittens, and a granny gang that was up to no good. I was hooked from the beginning. I laughed and swooned the whole time.

  28. 5 out of 5

    samsbookstagram

    Every good sexting story starts with a little blackmail Number Neighbors is the latest rom-com laced with the signature style I've come to love from Emma Hart. Who else can bring you characters over the age of 80 you love and want more of?! Hannah & Isaac were both briefly introduced in Frenemies and I was really excited about their story, especially once I read the blurb. Emma Hart always gives us the best heroines - the quirky, awkward types with zero filter. Hannah was just what I w Every good sexting story starts with a little blackmail Number Neighbors is the latest rom-com laced with the signature style I've come to love from Emma Hart. Who else can bring you characters over the age of 80 you love and want more of?! Hannah & Isaac were both briefly introduced in Frenemies and I was really excited about their story, especially once I read the blurb. Emma Hart always gives us the best heroines - the quirky, awkward types with zero filter. Hannah was just what I was expecting, and add in some sexting with a sexy stranger and the comedy level is elevated a million times! And then there's Isaac - a gorgeous Brit who takes care of animals, need I say more? The beginning of their story was amazing, and while I loved how fun & awkward it was when they realized who they had been texting I wish we got a bit more of the texts. It was fun & sexy and definitely left me wanting a bit more. All in all I loved this book, it's light, funny and an easy drama free read. I loved these characters, the way they started and the pop-ins from Mason & Immy. But above all, I loved the Pensioners. They bring comedy and awkwardness and everything in between, and I'm going to continue badgering Emma Hart to give them their own series! **ARC received in exchange for an honest review**

  29. 4 out of 5

    ⭐Toonasa⭐ •Romance Book Lovers' Haven•

    This is Emma Hart's Latest quirky story about Hannah & hot-brit-Vet Isaac❤ who happens to be her Number & Real life neighbor😏 We see them both in ‘Frenemies’ so I was looking forward to their story! Their banter was hilarious😂 & I really like Grandma Jen's Don't-give-a-fuck-attitude! Her friends’ number neighbours didn't take their dirty text seriously, so how was she to know hers would? So that's how their sexting started. N.N: Shoulders up or down? Me: Depends how hard you're going to pull my hair. This is Emma Hart's Latest quirky story about Hannah & hot-brit-Vet Isaac❤ who happens to be her Number & Real life neighbor😏 We see them both in ‘Frenemies’ so I was looking forward to their story! Their banter was hilarious😂 & I really like Grandma Jen's Don't-give-a-fuck-attitude! Her friends’ number neighbours didn't take their dirty text seriously, so how was she to know hers would? So that's how their sexting started. N.N: Shoulders up or down? Me: Depends how hard you're going to pull my hair. N.N: Up it is. Though it didn't take long for them both to find out who was on the other side.. Courtesy of Lucifer☄ Talk about Awkward😅 But.. This little endeavour pushed them both to admitting their mutual attraction (omg the chemistry they have🔥). & For a chance at something real❤ “I was slowly falling in all things that made her Hannah, & it wouldn't be long until I knew I'd start falling in love with her.”

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kristine

    5 ⭐️ because the grandma was hilarious. This one was really good. Funny, cute, low angst, easy read. Definitely recommend.

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