29 June 2017

# opinion # read

Read:: Here's to Tomorrow (Here's To #1) by Teagan Hunter

Title: Here's to Tomorrow
Series: Here's To #1
Author: Teagan Hunter
Genre: NA Romance
Re-Release Date: June 29, 2017
When I became a single father at seventeen, I knew my path wasn’t going to be easy. Hell, sometimes it sucked. Year after year, I tirelessly busted my ass until my business was booming. Until my daughter was happy. Until life? It was good. Settled.
But sometimes being settled is overrated. Boring. Especially when a little excitement walks through my door in the shape of Rae Kamden. With her sarcastic mouth and smartass comebacks, she’s the type of girl still sowing her wild oats and not looking to settle. Not with a guy like me.
I’ve been stuck in this small town since I was a child and nothing is going to keep me here. Not anymore. Done being tied down, I’m out of here the first chance I get. This town can kiss my ass goodbye. 
I’m twenty-two. Single. Unwilling to settle. But if I did? It wouldn’t be with Hudson Tamell.
So explain to me why the moment he looks up from under the hood of my car, the sarcastic replies on my lips come out sounding sweeter. Why does he make me want to settle down, right here, with him? 
That’s not what I wanted. But maybe it’s what I need.

Single father stories are always a good read. This one follows Hudson, who became a dad at seventeen, and he has built his life around his daughter. His relationship with his daughter really got to me. I loved the dynamic of these two. He really puts his daughter first, ignoring his own grown up life, until one day a broken down care changes all of that.

Rae is trying to make her life a life. She feels like she is a dead end. She's working in a bar instead of doing marketing, which is her degree. She is in a small town instead of Boston, which is where she wants to be. Her instant connection with a sexy mechanic distracts her a little from those goals.

These two bantered back and forth, had a really funny sense of humor with each other, and they steamed up the bedroom together. It was funny, I loved the secondary characters, Hudson's friends really made you want to be a part of the group. Their relationship with each other is what others want in their circle of friends.

It was my first read from Teagan and it certainly will not be my last.

By day I’m a freelance cover designer. By every other free moment, a writer. I’m a Missouri raised gal, but I currently live in North Carolina with my US Marine husband where I spend my days begging him for a cat. 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.


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