Most people would probably be embarrassed to land themselves back in their hometown and working at a pizzeria after an ugly divorce.
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.
“Where the hell has Wren been hiding you?”
“Stop scaring him, Drew.”
“But why? Scaring men is my favorite past time.”
I was INSTANTLY hooked on this story. I instantly fell in love with Wren and her best friend, Drew. The dates that Foster is going on. The dialogue is on point, it is hilarious. Pure rom com gold!
Wren and Foster have been friends since they were children, Foster is also best friends with Wren’s twin brother Winston. Foster had left town without a goodbye to Wren, but now he is back and a single man. These two had so much chemistry and an undeniable connection. I loved their friendship, the easy going side of it but when they finally gave into each other and their feelings it was EXPLOSIVE!
I love Foster and his mission to prove to Wren that there is more to them than just being friends. Seriously, the man is swoon worthy and book boyfriend material. It is so easy to fall in love with him.
Now the secondary characters in this are FANTASTIC. I love Drew. She was absolutely hilarious. She is a great friend to Wren and her dislike towards Winston lead to a few laughs. Winston, it was hard not to love him. Plus the twin connection was great. Simon, Wren and Winston’s father is great and of course, Blythe and Randy!
This book was pure gold. It was hilarious, it was sweet and you just can’t help but smile. It is the PERFECT summer read, so sit back and grab a slice of your favorite pizza and get ready to laugh your pants off.