Review Blast| Cheesy on the Eyes – Teagan Hunter

Teagan Hunter is a go to author for me when I want a sweet romance that’ll make me laugh. Her Slice series has been perfect for these occasions and I’ve enjoyed all of them so far (A Pizza My Heart, I Knead You Tonight, Doughn’t Let Me Go and A Slice of Love). The last book, Cheesy on the Eyes, released this week and I think it’s my favorite! Keep on reading to see my full review of this book.

A big thanks to the author and Wildfire Marketing Solutions for providing me with an ARC to read and review!

Dating is hard. Dating in a small town? Impossible.

Leave it to my little brother to come back home announcing he knocked up his fiancée and the wedding has been moved…to next month.

When he tries to set me up with one of his football buddies, I tell him I’ll be bringing my own plus-one.

Only problem? I’m hopelessly single.

Enter Sullivan Scott, AKA my hero.

We strike a deal: he’ll pretend to be my boyfriend, and I’ll use my mechanic skills to help him fix his boat. That’s it. No funny business, and definitely no feelings involved.

Sully’s quiet and reserved, and I’ve been told I’m too much to handle on a good day. We’re opposites, and neither of us is looking for anything serious.

I’m certain we can keep this strictly platonic…

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I’ve been wanting Sully’s story since we met him in the earlier books in this series. He’s always seemed a bit mysterious, but also like a really sweet guy. I felt that he was going to be a character that deserved and needed his own happily ever after and I was right. Cheesy on the Eyes was so much fun and ended up being my favorite book in the Slice series.

Sully is a guy that has a certain intuition that lets him know if something is right or not. He’s never had a relationship feel right and has let that be so far. He’s a sensitive one and I loved that about him. His childhood wasn’t easy and moving to this town a few years ago was his best decision. I loved Sully because he’s definitely in touch with him emotions, is a hard worker, a great friend and protective of the ones he loves.

Thea has always heard she was the odd one. She’s full of things that contradict themselves, but I loved that about Thea. It was great seeing a character being herself and loving her work that isn’t typically done by females. She’s tired of men thinking she doesn’t know what she’s doing and works hard to prove this. Help running her father’s shop is something she’s passionate about and I love how she goes for it. Her love life is non existing since she found out her ex was cheating.

Fake dating is one of my favorite tropes and Teagan Hunter did it justice in this story. It was fun to see how easily they interacted with each other. The banter and laughing made me love this fake couple. I loved it slowly turning into more even if both of them weren’t counting on that. Cheesy on the Eyes has the perfect balance of steamy and romantic touches, sarcasm, laugh out loud moments and this book left a big smile on my face.

On top of Sully and Thea’s story being so much fun, I also loved seeing the characters we’ve grown to love throughout the series. I really think these are a great group of friends that anyone would want to be a part of. I definitely see myself coming back to these books often in the future!

About the Author

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 journey.

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Even though I’m sad that this is the last book in the Slice series, I’m happy it ended the way it did. I can’t wait to see what Teagan Hunter writes next. What is your favorite romantic comedy? Let me know in the comments!

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