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I Knead You Tonight

By: Teagan Hunter
Narrated by: Alex Kydd,Emma Wilder
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I hate Drew Woods, and she hates me. Too bad I'm not the cold jerk most make me out to be.

When she needs help, I have no problem moving the single mom and her baby into my home despite how she makes me feel. Alive.

She's too mouthy, too nosy, and her curves are way too distracting for my own sanity. Giving in to Drew would be a short-lived fix, and I knead something permanent to heal my pain.

I'd be insane to think we could be anything more than temporary...right?

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Teagan Hunter (P)2020 Tantor

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WINSTON & DREW KNEAD .

What can I say more than this book was a fun delicious read ,
quite enjoyed the hilarious witty sarcasm between Win and Drew who fell in love despite the hate they both claimed to have for each other. The banter was hilarious especially when the twin Dad Simon scene played….. also loved that other characters were mentioned giving a peep into the next story which I hope we get to read as it ends at this series....

Anyway the narrators …Alex Kid and Emma Wilder as usual were fantastic they had me laughing during their delivery of each episode!

Definitely a good read for me .
Just a light story about a small town family and friends navigating the everyday things life throws their way which is quite relatable with a dash of spice in between.


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Too immature: Better as a High School Romance (Long Review)



****Possible Spoilers*****

Positive Note: I’m happy he got the girl he wanted and was able to heal…

Negatives:
Just to get it out of the way - I cannot stand the male narrator’s voice.

Now, the story: I’ll start off by stating that the more I listened, the more I disliked the female lead, Drew. Drew moves to town shortly after Winston (Male lead) gets into an accident that leaves him injured. She’s a young mother who became single shortly after she told her baby’s father that she was pregnant. She’s pretty much living in a cardboard box with a museum of a car, working at a pizzeria to make ends meet for her and her 3 month old. Now, I’ll give her props on not giving up and doing what she should be doing, but that’s it.

The story starts off with Drew’s car breaking down and Winston (Male Lead) stopping to save her. She goes to open her car door and hits someone so hard they fall to the ground in pain. Does Drew help them or apologize? No. Instead, she ‘hides’ in her car scared as if someone is after her. Side note - no where in the story does it hint at her possibly being on the run from someone.

Now, back on task: But instead, when the person she hits (Winston) finally is able to recover and gets up, she gets angry, marches over to push him, and tells him off. From this response, one would possibly assume he’s the baby daddy right? But he’s not. He’s her best friend’s brother. Now, I get that this is supposed to be an ‘enemies-to-lovers’ story, but Drew does not deserve Winston’s love; AT ALL. No, he did not always go about things the best way - like forcing her to move in - but everything he’s done was to benefit her.

No matter what he did, she not only assumed the worst, but would go off on him based off her assumptions. Anytime he tried to tell her that she’s incorrect or what it is he was doing, she’d cut him off and give him a lecture as if he’s her child. But then, when he finally got a chance to speak, instead of the author giving him a backbone and him defending himself. He’d apologize and talk about how he messed up here or messed up there.

I really felt for Winston and I honestly did not want him to end up with her because he deserved better. Yes, she eventually ended up ‘pushing’ him to do better, but it’s only because he wanted her. The same results could have been reached if he had someone in his corner who actually loved and cared about him. Yes, he has more family than she does. But it’s quite obvious they(him and his family) aren’t as close or have as great of a relationship as Drew or the Author wants us to believe. You mean to tell me a relative has an accident, everyone can see a negative change in the behavior of the person, and no one thinks anything of it? They all just acknowledge that he’s more of an asshole, started smoking heavily, makes himself scarce, and his shoulder sounds like a rice crispy commercial but everyone thinks “all’s fine?” Nah.

In conclusion: It’s as if this story was written from the perspective of a nineteen year old girl who’s had a similar experience. But, instead of writing what actually happened, she wrote what she wished happened. A story where the man takes all the responsibility and she can avoid all accountability.

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Winston & Drew

A witty, charming and heartfelt enemies to lovers romance. Winston and Drew are adorable, their banter is hilarious, their chemistry is off the charts and the connection they develop is fantastic. I enjoyed this story.

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Knead You Tonight

This book was just okay. I like the way it ended.. A fairly good story line and great narration... but it seems like in this book a lot of the characters were dumbed down. it was one of my least favorites to date.

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Wow! And I thought Pizza my heart was great!

I literally cried! I empathized with Drew so much. I have never connected to a character as much as I did with Drew. I loved this book. Another great one by Teagan!!

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