Review: A Slice of Love by Teagan Hunter (Slice #3.5)

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

I'd originally read A Slice of Love when it was part of the multi-authored Team Player 2 sports romance anthology last year. Now, Teagan Hunter has released the story on its own AND it now has an epilogue! This novella can also be read independently of the first three full-length novels, so if you're new to either Hunter herself or the Slice series, you can read this new book without any fear of feeling lost or confused. It's a short but sweet and fun read.

It’s been four years since Jonas Schwartz last saw Frankie Callahan. She’s the girl he’s never forgotten—the one he regrets hurting their senior year, breaking his own heart in the process. She’s the one who saw Jonas the person, not just Jonas the football player. When an injury has him returning to their hometown to recuperate, could a pizza delivery and persistence turn out to be his shot to explain what happened four years ago and win back his Frank?

In its short story form in the Team Player 2 anthology, this was easily one of my favorites, and now with the inclusion of an epilogue, this Slice novella got even better. Jonas and Frankie were an adorable couple who I enjoyed reading about again. Frankie’s best friend, Julian Schenn, was a sassy scene-stealer who I hope we haven’t seen the last of. Teagan Hunter certainly knows her rom-com, as shown in this series! 4.5 stars go to A Slice of Love. ♥


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

A Slice of Love (novella) - 4.5 stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date:  16 April 2020

Date Read: 10 April 2020

Learn more about Teagan Hunter.

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