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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
When a young woman receives a text message from an unexpected source, her life takes an extraordinary turn in the delightfully witty romantic comedy novel, The Text God (Text and You Shall Receive) by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers. As an artist, Jen Flanders is struggling to make ends meet. Walking dogs isn't bringing in enough to make the rent. Taught by her grandfather Pops to expect miracles, she sends up a prayer for one. Moments after requesting a sign that her prayers have been heard, Jen receives an encouraging text from God. Bewildered, Jen answers back with a petition for a job. When God replies with an employment opportunity, Jen decides to take a leap of faith and follow his instructions. The divine intervention not only supplies Jen with a job and some new clothes but also an enjoyable encounter with a good-looking lawyer. Her life takes an entirely new direction due to the incoming texts. As the days pass, Jen begins to wonder if the texter is more human than heavenly. Has God actually been communicating with her via text messages? Or is someone closer to home helping her?
Humorous and enchanting, The Text God (Text and You Shall Receive) by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers is a captivating and unforgettable romantic comedy. It is a charming story with enigmatic and eccentric protagonists who are engaging and lovable. Jen's character with her naivete and unique outlook is endearing as well as comical. Her zany antics and strong faith are laugh-out-loud funny. Several times I had to put the book down because I laughed so hard, I cried. Each of the characters is natural, authentic, and engaging, and I enjoyed meeting them all. This spectacular novel will delight everyone who adores comedic chick-lit tales where faith, hope, and love meld into a blossoming romance. Phenomenal!