Thursday, February 6, 2020

New Review! Doughn't Let Me Go (Slice #3) by Teagan Hunter 4.5 Cranky Stars

Doughn't Let Me GoDoughn't Let Me Go by Teagan Hunter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 Cranky Stars

The Slice series has become a fast favorite of mine. A close knit group of friends who navigate life and love together mixed with some humor and so many puns. Teagan Hunter is my pun spirit animal I mean look at this title! It’s not about donuts so get that out your head think pizza dough. Are you with me? Awesome! Now let’s get to the meat of this story huh huh?

Dory not the fish is a woman who’s had some bad luck. Working multiple jobs and trying to attend college to make something of herself but isn’t having a good go at it. She used to babysit for Drew once upon a time and decided to apply for a job that seemed too good to be true. On a rare night off, she drowns her sorrows in cheap pizza at Slice and meets a handsome man. Porter is the opposite of her in many ways, yet she’s drawn to him. Porter has relocated to North Carolina from California for a change of pace and a break from his very successful job. He just wants to be settled and give his daughter a good life. His best friend Foster always raves about the pizza at Slice. He finds himself all alone one night and decides to decompress with some pizza. He meets Dory and they get to talking just basking in their chemistry. One night should be enough right? Dory has issues when it comes to relationships and Porter has abandonment issues surely, they are a perfect match. Life works in mysterious ways though.

Kyrie is a hoot. I mean she is 6 going on 16 with the way she puts Porter in his place. Their banter made me laugh often. Dory I admired her willingness to be her own woman but come on it’s ok to lean on someone. Porter just has a huge heart. He’s not your typical playboy millionaire and I liked that about them. So go grab a slice of Doughn’t Let Me Go and satisfy your cravings for love and sexy times and humor.

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