Book Reviews

REVIEW ➼ Number Neighbors by Emma Hart


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…

Book club had to be on the weirdest things anyone would ever come across in their lifetime. It wasn’t every day you met four octogenarians who liked to read bondage romance novels.


Number Neighbors is full of laughs, romance, the best book club you’ll ever read about, a cat and plenty of heat!

Hannah send’s a text to her number neighbor. She doesn’t expect a response, let alone to continue a conversation with this stranger who could be anyone. Every night for four days they have been some pretty heated conversations with this person, until her kitten, who isn’t her kitten gets sick and her next door neighbor who just so happens to be a vet saves the day and gives Hannah his number……..

I loved Hannah and Isaac. They had so much chemistry, their banter had my dying of laughter from the very start. I couldn’t get enough of those two. Add in Lucifer and the octogenarian book club and you’ll be laughing until you’re crying. Isaac is great. He is a vet, British, pretty much a perfect man. Hannah wants to ignore what was discussed via text, Isaac doesn’t. He thinks things could be great and does what he can to prove to Hannah it wouldn’t be bad, if anything things would be great between them. I seriously couldn’t get enough of Hannah and Isaac’s relationship. These two couldn’t be anymore perfect for each other.

I loved the crazy antics of Hannah’s grandma and her friends, seriously I want to be best friends with those ladies. Hannah’s relationship with her cousin, Imogen (who’s story is in Frenemies), is one of my favorite things. These two work together, take turns keeping their grandma out of trouble and also had some hilarious scenes.

If you’re looking for a laugh out loud rom com then Number Neighbors is a MUST READ! I couldn’t put this one down.