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Textual Encounters: 2 by [Parker, Morgan]
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Having found a white iPhone in the back of a New York City cab, Katie orchestrates a "chance" meeting with Jake, the man of her dreams. Knowing more than she lets on, Katie develops a relationship with Jake that ultimately gets captured in text form. And those texts are passed along to the married woman that just lost Jake's baby.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 576 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Publisher: QuoteStork Media, Inc. (May 23 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #431,571 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Thank you again for a good story, but I need more.
When does the next come out Morgan???
I do hope you have more to come!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa14d13fc) out of 5 stars 43 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1529e40) out of 5 stars Your jaw will hit the floor July 3 2013
By Panglette - Published on
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You have to read the 1st Textual Encounters before this one. In fact, I would recommend (re-)reading it right before you read this one. Because it's been a while since I read it and though I thought I remembered it well, I ended up getting a little confused.

What I love about this book:

- Now Jake's texts are marked when they're from him. It makes it SO SO SO much easier to read. Flows beautifully. That was a great improvement.

- I can't get enough of the texting back and forth. This is a great format for a book. Usually my favorite part of a book is all the dialogue. So of course I love this. Plus it makes it so that the books *show* you what's happening instead of just telling you.

- This book is from Rachel's perspective. I liked hers way more than Katie's in the 1st book. I felt the writing improved.

- This story is smart. Really smart. The author has a lot of great stuff inside these books that made my jaw drop. Just when you feel like you know what's happening... you don't. And I feel like every detail is accounted for and means something. Meaning... as I read I'm paying to attention to every detail about that text. The time. The date. The clues given within them. I feel like The 3rd book will blow us away, and I want to be ready for it. ;)

What I didn't love about this book:

- What we've learned about the characters. I don't like any of them. At all. Not even a little bit. IMO, NONE of them have any redeeming qualities. Katie almost had me there at the end, but she was such a biddy to Jake the whole time... I just couldn't like her. But most of all I hate Jake. He's so cheesy. And creepy. And an conniving A-hole. I have no idea what any of these women see in him. Besides his apparent mad skillz in bed. So unless Jake falls off the earth in the 3rd book, I'm not sure I'll like it?? In fact, I'm not sure I want to read it.

After reading the peek into book 3 I'm completely turned off. I just don't care about any of them and don't care how it turns out. But I think I am most definitely in the minority there! I'm guessing most people would read it and be DYING to get their hands on the 3rd book. So don't let me turn you off from it!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa15350a8) out of 5 stars More angst, more fun!! May 24 2013
By L Fear - Published on
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Here we go again...let the text message mind-bend begin!!

As in book one, this second installment involving Jake and Katie, holds on tightly, is deliciously fun and seriously jerks the reader's emotions straight to the surface for yet another fast, wildly entertaining read. Just when you think you "get" what's going on, Parker tosses in a twist and even a turn, (hello Alfred Hitchcock), leaving the reader scratching their head, hoping to find the answers within the next turn of the page. Oh, you get answers...but they're not always what you think or even want to hear. And that's what makes this little novella delightfully scrumptious.

The good news is: this isn't the end, folks!! "Jake's Wedding" will be the third and final story in this brain-torment trio and I for one cannot wait to see what Parker has up his mind-manipulating sleeves. If I could stop this little merry-go-round of angst, I would...wait a I wouldn't -I'd rather keep it turning circles in my head.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa15352e8) out of 5 stars End of the road for me Sept. 13 2013
By JackandNoraMOM - Published on
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The first book was a little different so I decided to go ahead and read the second. This book totally worked on every last nerve I had. There was too many things that just didn't add up and conflicted with other parts of the story. Like if Christine isn't really Christine than how does Michelle know her or how does Jake know Michelle knows her because he still doesn't even know her *real* name. The stuff with Katie--was like reading the first book over just MORE immature. Jake is a snake. At the end reading about Christine I was SOOOOO confused and I decided that this book had to be the end for me with this series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa153548c) out of 5 stars I loved it. I've only ran across one author who ... Aug. 28 2014
By NIna - Published on
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Wow! My mind is completely boggled. Since I've only read one book by Morgan, I don’t know if this is true for the rest but he has a way of pulling you in and twisting the plot when you least expect it. I didn't see this one coming AT ALL. Even though it drove me completely insane trying to figure it out, I loved it. I've only ran across one author who had this effect and to run into another puts a smile on my face because it’s not often you find one that stands out more than the rest. I can’t wait to see how it will end in TE3!

"Tasting you. Every inch. And from there, I'd move my way up the outside of your body. Kiss my way along your thighs, then your hips, ribs and up your arms all the way to your fingertips. Except I wouldn't have kissed your fingertips, I would have sucked them gently. Each one of them."
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1535360) out of 5 stars Hire An Editor. Oct. 29 2013
By T - Published on
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I'll admit, the first book had me. However, the second book is full of ridiculousness. Grammatical errors and gaping plot holes are only the beginning. The level of maturity in this book is even more irritating. While every reader loves a plot twist, this book leaves me asking myself, "Seriously?" The only reason I gave it one star is because of the price, although it should be free.