Textrovert

· Kids Can Press Ltd
4.7
91 reviews
Ebook
240
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

Was it just a cell phone swap … or fate? It’s bad enough when high-school senior Keeley mistakenly swaps cell phones with a stranger. It’s even worse when the stranger turns out to be an obnoxious, self-centered boy named Talon … who’s just left for football camp with her phone. Reluctantly, the two agree to forward messages for a week. As Keeley gets to know Talon through their texts, she finds out he’s more than just an egocentric jock. In fact, the two fall for each other, hard. But Talon has been keeping a secret. One that makes their relationship all but impossible. Will Keeley ever be able to trust him? This romance offers high-school drama, humor and heart, plus a love story that will sweep you away.

Ratings and reviews

4.7
91 reviews
Jadelle One
April 14, 2019
Don't get me wrong, I've read Textrovert and it is really good. As described, a polished version of The Cellphone Swap. But... I think, and I will always think that TCS is so much better. It has more emotion, more depth, more thrill and the story is more adventurous. The first kiss version of both books pretty much explains the difference. Textrovert itself is quite... short, and sweet I guess. It's as if TCS is cut in half. It's as if TCS and Textrovert should be have been swapped positions in Wattpad and Google Play (please don't though). Again, this does not mean you should not read it because I know every Wattpadian who has read TCS must be dying to read the contents of Textrovert. Even the preview is pretty intriguing. Textrovert is an entertaining book to read for fun, perfect to pass the time and is amazing because of course, it is written by an amazing author. Keep up the good work!
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Patricia Burkett
December 19, 2023
The Cellphone Swap will always be on my re-read list. at least as long as I can, that is. This version just didn't make me jump in excitement the way I wanted to. I feel there are missing pieces that made Keeleys character more relatable in TCS. I won't go into detail as I do want others to read it. I am still happy to support this author and her work! I just wish so much wasn't cut out. *Spoilers below!* Her job, her friendship with Nikki, her tutor..... but especially Shawn and Van! those two helped build a part of Keeley
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AZRA BASARUDDIN
May 5, 2017
I've read the draft on wattpad ages ago and I'm pleased to support the author with purchasing the ebook. I liked the changes made in the book- it made Keeley a character with more depth. Although I do feel that the published version is more polished, the heart of the story for me will still be the draft. Overall, excellent read. I'll miss reading the banter between Keeley and Talon. They made laugh so hard! I've yet to read about a character like Talon. To new readers and old wattpad readers alike, please do support the author and her work buy purchasing the book!
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