Review: Doughn't Let Me Go by Teagan Hunter (Slice #3)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.

Teagan Hunter has easily become one of my favorite go-to authors when it comes to romantic comedies with a dash of angst to them. She knows exactly how to make the romance reader in me happy. Case in point: the third novel in her Slice series. Doughn't Let Me Go was rom-com gold and the single parent trope was done exceptionally well, but I wouldn't expect anything less from this author. This novel could pretty much be read as a standalone, however, if you're like me, you may want to read the books in the series in order because there are recurring characters and the main characters in this third book were introduced in the previous ones. Naturally, if you aren't like me, no need to hesitate jumping into this story even if you have yet to read either of the first two Slice novels.

Doughn't Let Me Go is about a single father, his precocious daughter, and the one-night stand who becomes her nanny. At twenty-eight, Porter Jones is reaping the rewards of years of hard work. His company has made him a multimillionaire--not a billionaire just yet--but it's also turned him into a workaholic who doesn't goes above and beyond for his employs and prefers to take on far more responsibility than necessary. Moving from California to North Carolina was as much for his seven-year-old daughter, Kyrie, as it was for him. Part of the deal was for him to delegate more, and that includes getting a nanny for Kyrie. The best candidate is a twenty-year-old with hopes of earning her degree in social work and has even written a wonderful cover letter as part of her application. The problem? Doris Palmer is Dory--the girl Porter spent an unforgettable night with--the same one he wants more of.

There was so much about this book that I loved! Porter was awesome, what with his giving nature and genuine love for those who were nearest and dearest to him. He was such a wonderful father to Kyrie, and the dad-daughter dynamic they shared was one of my favorites ever. Speaking Kyrie, goodness but how that young girl was such a little boss! She was definitely one of the absolute highlights of this book. As far as Dory was concerned, I quite liked how she was independent and had a good heart. The usual suspects--Foster and Wren, Winston and Drew, Sully, and Simon--who bring even more fun. Five stars for Doughn't Let Me Go. A book for Sully next, please? ♥


Read my reviews for the Slice series:

A Pizza My Heart (book one) - five-plus stars - My Review

I Knead You Tonight (book two) - 4.5 stars - My Review

Doughn't Let Me Go (book three) - five stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 06 February 2020

Date Read: 05 February 2020

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