Book Reviews, Romance  |  04.17.2020

A Slice of Love by Teagan Hunter (Book Review)

⭐⭐⭐ (3 Stars)

This is a super sweet and super short novella about a highschool quarterback who falls for the priest’s daughter.

Jonas had a crush on Frankie since he first saw her, but Frankie is off limits. When they are assigned to sit next to each other in Biology he finds a way to reach out to her through notes in a shared notebook.

A few months later and they have become friends and secrete pen pals. This is my favourite part of the book – sweet and endearing.

Some events lead to them being separated for four years when they both leave town to attend different colleges, and the story picks up again when they have moved back.

I assume, since they just came back from college, that they are somewhere between 23-25 years old, so I think that the way Frankie was acting was not only annoying and naive, but unrealistic. I thought this part of the conflict didn’t make a lot of sense…

But, I was glad that after the weird drama was resolved we got a nice epilogue.

Overall, this was fun, again – very short – so if you want to read an easy sports-romance for a quick activity I recommend this one. If you’re looking for something with a little bit more substance I’d skip it.

This is an ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

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