Lissa's Review: Here's to Tomorrow (Here's To #1) by Teagan Hunter
KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Teagan Hunter RELEASED: February 9, 2015 GENRE: Contemporary romance LENGTH: 296 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback
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. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Here’s to Tomorrow is a beautiful, kind of insta-love story. Not even really insta-love, it's more of a connection. I know a lot of people don’t like them. But when it’s done right, and it gives you all the feels. That’s when it’s incredible.
Let me tell you; I have been in a major book funk lately. Not being able to get into really anything. So I took some time, read a few books. Not my usual, sometimes three books a week. But that finally changed, when I discovered Teagan Hunter. Her story of Hudson and Rae, was a beautiful one. Not that there weren’t any significant bumps in the road. There were a few. But if you read my reviews. I’m not one to give it all away. I loved how you were getting know Hudson and Rae just like they were getting to know each other. I finished this book in one sitting. And as I’m typing this my eyes are blurry (thanks Teagen) I love a great love story, one that takes you on a journey. That you watch the characters grow and you're with them through their major revelations, and this is precisely what happened in Here’s to Tomorrow. I can’t get enough of the writing style and these characters she’s created. I can’t really see too well, so I’m going to stop my review here. Obviously, Five Boundless Stars.