4 star rating
Tweet Me, Text Me, Need Me
By Susie Medwell 
ISBN# 9781616504694
Author’s Website:  http://www.susiemedwell.com/

Brought to you by OBS reviewer Sarah

*Beware of  Spoilers* 


Dating your boss is bad. Finding out he’s married with a baby on the way is a whole lot worse, but losing your job when you show him the door really sucks. And when he knows all your family secrets, there’s bound to be trouble. But the job Samantha’s got lined up can put her life back on track. One last date for research purposes before she can finish her article on online dating–then she’s a man-free zone, and it’s serious journalism all the way.

Ben has only one thing on his mind: to keep the promise he made to look after Sam. All he has to do is work out how he can support a girl who distrusts men, hates charity, and definitely doesn’t want rescuing. He thinks he’s come up with the perfect solution, until he realizes it’s his heart, not his money he needs to invest.

But can Sam see past the lies and learn to trust a man again? And more importantly…will Ben still want her when he learns about her past? (Goodreads)


What a great, naughty, quick read!  Tweet Me, Text Me, Need Me is a true testament to how much we depend on social networking.  Whether meeting people for intimate encounters or sharing the latest gossip, we’re neck deep in tweeting and texting!  It also speaks volumes as to how one ex can dictate our encounters with potential suitors!

Sam is beautiful and got mixed up with a slithering jerk, a slithering MARRIED jerk, to be exact, who dismissed her as a prostitute and stupid once she caught on to him.  He’s insistent that Sam’s reputation be ruined and happiness remains elusive.  He broke her down enough that she’d sworn off men.  Until, of course, Ben came along.

Sam and Ben have had steamy conversations and got to know each other via text.  Sam had done this many times and to much dismay and disappointment.  It never failed when meeting a man in person that he was simply mediocre.  Not Ben. The first sight of Ben made Sam weak in the knees. Ben was handsome, strong, intriguing.  But, Ben has a secret of his own.  And when Sam finds out, her idea of men is confirmed.

While Sam runs away from Ben, tries to play coy, and keep her ex a secret – Ben is relentless.  The compatibility between the two is undeniable.  Susie Medwell does an amazingly tasteful job taking you straight to the shower with Sam and Ben leaving the reader aroused, envious, and left wondering where she can find her “Ben”.