REVIEW : Doughn’t Let Me Go by Teagan Hunter

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It was just supposed to be one night.

No kissing. No feelings. A wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am tangle in the sheets and we go our own ways.

Only it’s a small town, and I was bound to run into the irresistible Porter Jones again.

I just didn’t expect it to be at my job interview…which he’s conducting.

Now the live-in nanny to his adorable seven-year-old daughter, I’m doing my best to avoid falling for his charms.

Except it’s much harder than either of us anticipated.

What’s a few romps between friends?
No kissing. No feelings. Just fun.

Sounds simple, right?
Right…


“All I wanted last night was some pizza.”
“And all you got was a pizza this ass?”


I LOVE Teagan’s writing and this book was no exception. I DEVOURED this story. Hands down on of my top books by Teagan.

Porter is a single father, he also owns his own business and works hard to provide for his daughter, Kyrie. Of course, due to his schedule and travel he needs a nanny. He is in for a shock when the woman he had a one night stand with is his next interview and also is perfect for the job. Dory is independent, hard working and is the most kind hearted person you’ll ever meet.

Porter and Dory have an instant connection, they are drawn to each other and can’t seem to stay away from each other. Throw in the amazing instant connection that Dory and Kyrie formed and Porter was completely falling for her. Everything was just so easy and natural for them and their relationship slowly blossomed.

I’m crossing my fingers and toes that Sully gets a book and we don’t have to say goodbye to this crew yet!

Doughn’t Let Me Go is a must read if you love single dad romances and love to laugh out loud with a little bit of steam. Definitely a MUST READ!


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