embarrassed to land themselves back in their hometown and working at a pizzeria
after an ugly divorce.
It’s home, and I have one last shot to make Wren Daniels see me as more than just her brother’s best friend.
When the opportunity to show her what’s been right in front of her this whole time presents itself, I take it, holding nothing back this time.
Wren thinks we’re pretending, but there’s nothing fake about the way I feel.
After all, she’s always had…a pizza my heart.
Standalone Brother’s Best Friend Romcom!
I have a very short list of authors whose books I can preorder or one-click buy and be 100% confident I will love. Teagan Hunter is one of those authors. Her books have the perfect blend of humor without being eye-rollingly silly, heart without excess angst, substance without senseless drama, and passion without sounding like a porn script. She has also mastered the art of writing twentysomethings with maturity – something many New Adult authors haven’t figured out. Not that they don’t act like twentysomethings, but they also don’t act like fifteen year olds who can legally drink.
Anyway, A Pizza My Heart. Foster and Wren. This book is everything. Slice 10 (chapter 10) made me laugh out loud. The characters made me fall in love with them all. Randy and Blythe, Drew, Simon, Sullivan (he MUST have a story to be told!), and even Winston all drew me into their little world. Foster and Wren, though, are fire. They are the most perfect book couple I’ve read in a very long time. I loved their teasing, their humor, and their sweetness. And they were hot. I wanted to stand up and cheer, though, when Foster was asking Winston (Wren’s twin brother and Foster’s best friend) if he was okay with them together. Winston’s answer? “You’re my best friend. She’s my sister. Big fucking whoop. I’m not here for the dramatics of that bullshit bro-code shit. Can’t help who your heart digs.”
THANK YOU! Now, let Winston go visit alllllll the other books with brother’s best friend tropes and teach them a thing or two! The whole bro code, controlling who the sister can date thing is a huge pet peeve of mine and Winston’s response was the perfect one.
Now, drop everything and go read this book. It’s free with Kindle Unlimited, or you can buy Kindle or paperback versions.
PS I want a real-life restaurant like Slice. That place sounds amazing.
but currently live in North Carolina with my US Marine husband and 9-year-old
dog. I spend my days begging him for a cat, and I survive off coffee, pizza,
and sarcasm. When I’m not writing, you can find me binge-watching various TV
shows, especially Supernatural and One Tree Hill. I like cold weather, buy more
paperbacks than I’ll ever read, and I never say no to brownies.
Writing is my passion, and this is just the beginning of my journey.