Review Blast| A Pizza My Heart – Teagan Hunter

Teagan Hunter has made me a big fan of e-mails and texts in books. Her Texting series made me very happy and I loved all of the characters. Today is the release day for her newest book, A Pizza My Heart. A big thanks to Wildfire Marketing Solutions and the author for providing me an ARC to read and review for this Review Blast.

Most people would probably be
embarrassed to land themselves back in their hometown and working at a pizzeria
after an ugly divorce.

Not me.

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! 






After reading the Texting series, I was expecting another story that would at least put a smile on my face quite often while reading. The author definitely made that happen and if I didn’t have to sleep, I would’ve finished this book in one sitting.

What I love about this author is that she could put you in the middle of the story and you’d still understand it. I felt welcomed in the world and loved the characters from the start. Wren is a quirky one. She helps out at her father’s place, Slice. She does this even though she already has a fulltime job with her own salon.

Foster grew up with Wren and her twin brother Winston, but left and was married. It’s clear a lot has happened. He’s happy to be back where he belongs and is ready to date again. Even though Foster seems like a carefree guy, there is more to him than meets the eye. In many ways he regrets how things went down and is still in love with his best friend’s sister.

I loved the instant connection these two had from the start. They were very comfortable with each other and the teasing was a lot of fun. I love seeing friends become lovers and these two were perfect together. The teasing, the romance and even the clumsy things that happened to them were a lot of fun to read about.

Even though I loved the characters and story a lot, this wasn’t my favorite book my Teagan. Not much really happened the first half of the book. Don’t get me wrong, it was fun to read, but it just wasn’t really unique. As much as I love a slowburn romance, this kind of felt like it took too long for them to get there. This made me feel like she could’ve taken the time for us to get to know the characters just a bit more. Even though I connected with them, the author didn’t go really deep.

That being said it was really nice to have a romance without much drama and angst with fun characters. The romance and sexy moments were amazing and the secondary characters were perfect. A Pizza My Heart is a great book to read after the more heavy books out there. No drama that wasn’t necessary and left me with a big smile on my face!

I’m a Missouri-raised gal,
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


Even though this wasn’t my favorite book by this author, I still really enjoyed reading about Wren and Foster. I can’t wait for I Knead You Tonight later this year. Have you read anything by Teagan Hunter? What did you think?

2 thoughts on “Review Blast| A Pizza My Heart – Teagan Hunter

  1. This has been on my maybe list since I started seeing it all over Instagram. I feel like the title is too cheesy (ha- see what I did there?!) and I don’t know if it would be good enough to make up the name if that makes sense?

    1. Haha, I know exactly what you mean. I love her writing and this story was a lot of fun, but I loved her texting series better.

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