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I Knead You Tonight

(Slice #2)

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  1,842 ratings  ·  361 reviews
I hate Drew Woods, and she hates me.

Even so, I'm not the cold jerk most make me out to be, and I have no problem moving the single mom and her baby into my home. I do, however, draw a line when it comes to acting on the way her loose lips make me feel.


She's too mouthy, too prying, and her curves are way too distracting.

I might have lost my way after a nearly fatal ca
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 257 pages
Published October 17th 2019 (first published October 16th 2019)
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Jan 10, 2021 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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2.5 Stars

There was too much hate and so little love. The H was one of those don’t judge a book by its cover types, and I liked him. The h was simply put . . . a bitch. To be honest, I couldn’t really see them as a loving couple. More like frienemies who constantly scold, bicker and butt heads with each other and occasionally fuck.

The reason they did it (argue) came from a place of deep rooted care. However, they way they (the h more like) delivered it sounded moc
Book Fanatic
Jun 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Oh Teagan Hunter, here you are again, back at it with the snark, heat and heart all wrapped up in one.

If there's one thing I know I can count on from Teagan Hunter's books is that I will enjoy the read whether I want to or not. It's not negotiable.

Winston and Drew was a stubborn couple to follow in this novel and I must say at times I truly wanted to smack there heads and show them want is right in front of them. Yet, suffering through their stubbornness was worth it, as they were able to become
Mar 25, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Bad. Seriously this book is bad.
It is a NA romance story. The characters, plot, chemistry is non existed. The characters have no chemistry at all. The plot of pushing and pulling is very annoying. And immature. Winston is pathetic hero who has no idea what to do with his life.

Drew is smart ass heroine. She plays the role of the one who knows it all but very very bitchy and immature. I try to like this book. I really am. At then end, I decide I do not like it at all.

2 stars
Teagan Hunter
Oct 02, 2019 added it  ·  (Review from the author)

Things you should know about this romcom...
🍕 Single mom
🍕 Enemies-to-lovers
🍕 LOTS of HOT sexy times
🍕 FULL of sarcasm

Five pizza stars for Drew and Winston ❤!!!


Teagan Hunter is one of my favorite rom-com writers.

She always makes me laugh when I read her books and this one wasn't an exception.

I really enjoyed Drew and Winston's love story.

Their relationship wasn't easy from the beginning. They hated each other but deep down their hate was actually a love which they didn't want to admit because of their stubbornness.

If you're looking book with a single mum and enemies to lovers tropes, then this one is for y
Ambriehl Khalil
⭐️ [2.5/5 Stars] ⭐️

Drew was kinda a bitch though. I liked Winston to an extent but there was no chemistry between this characters. I didn’t like them together and I just can’t get past how fkn shitty Drew was to Winston when one bad thing happened. It defs felt like the attraction was more one sided on Winston’s part. These characters would have been better with different people. I also just didn’t like Drew.
Elle's Book Blog
Oct 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
Release Date: October 17, 2019
Actual Rating: 4.5 stars


Teagan Hunter has entrapped me in her stories. Whether it be an emotional and gut wrenching read or a lighter book filled with belly laughs, she continues to enthrall me. I am consistently looking forward to reading her new releases and jump quickly at the opportunity to read her books because she knows how to make me smile. I Knead You Tonight is everything I was hoping
Life hasn’t been easy for Drew. She’s worked her ass off just to make ends meet for her and her 3-month old son. During her pregnancy, her boyfriend decided he wasn’t ready to be a dad, leaving Drew a single mom. She works as a waitress at her best friend’s family pizzeria, Slice, but somehow it still isn’t enough. Even still, Drew loves Slice. Except for the fact that she has to work with Winston, her best friend’s twin brother. The two of them can barely stand each other, and that’s how it’s a ...more
Steph's Romance Book Talk
4.25 Stars / 4 Steam Fans

CW: Drug use, grief, abandonment, and injury care.

I loved all the sassiness between Drew and Winston, as well as sexual chemistry. Drew is a single mom, and Winston is the guy they underestimate. I rooted for these two from start to finish.

Video review available in Week 5 Jan 26 – Feb 1 weekly book reviews.

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Oct 05, 2019 marked it as to-read
Would really like to try this enemies to lovers romance.....sounds intriguing....especially if it is a KU release.
Lisa (Remarkablylisa)
Jan 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I'm so glad I didn't stop reading this series and gave Winston a chance. I was so wrong about this misjudged character who had a heart of gold. He was like a book and I judged it by its cover. What a fantastic romance. Highly recommend. ...more
"I hate Drew Woods. But not because I don’t like her. I hate her because I do like her…and she won’t let me have her."

Oh goodness... Teagan does it again.
I really thought, after the first book, things would get repetitive or I'd just lose interest like it usually happens when I read the rest of a book series. But, wow, how wrong I was. This one was amazing! I really could feel everything and really felt for both Winston and Drew. God, the things these two went through...
Anyway, Drew is Wren's be
Oct 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
I Knead You Tonight is the second book in Teagan's Slice series and can easily be read as a standalone. For someone who apparently reads books mid-series without realizing it (moron, I know), I can honestly say Teagan does a great job of writing standalones within series but also makes you want to go back and read about the other couples in their own books.

I really enjoyed Drew and Winston's story. They both are stubborn and set in their ways. But it's Winston's best kept "secret" is what drives
Shelly | VixenReads
If there's one thing I know about a Teagan Hunter book, it's that I will love it!

The snarky, playful banter is back in I Knead You Tonight (and seriously, she has the BEST book titles) with Drew & Winston. The teaser at the end of A Pizza My Heart had me choking on my pizza because I needed Drew & Winston's story delivered in 30 minutes or less. However, Teagan needed time to finish the book so I was left (im)patiently waiting to read what I knew would be an explosive story between these two. A
Halle Reads
4/5 Stars 🌟 ▪▪ read in kindle unlimited ▪▪


▪▪▪ She’s a bitch to me, so I’m a dick right back. It’s how we work, how we’ve always worked. Why mess up a good thing? ▪▪▪

Ugh I'm so obsessed with this series and these character's. This is book 2 in the slice series and is about Drew and Winston who we met in book 1.

Drew is a single mother to 3 month old Riker. She's trying to make ends meet and provide a better homelife for her son than she had growing up.

Winston seems to have it easy. He works at hi
Jun 11, 2020 rated it did not like it
1.5 stars

I was intrigued about Drew and Winston’s story while reading “A Pizza My heart” and at the beginning of this book i thought i will like it but towards the end both of the characters annoyed me. Their relationship was based on Sex and i didnt see a bond between them, they were annoyed with each other till 80% of the book and it was like all they did was push each other. I wanted more Ryker and Winston scenes cuz since its a single parent romance there should be a bond/ relationship betwe
Jul 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shoutout to all the single moms and dads out there! Y’all are the real MVPS!!

And shoutout to @teaganhunterwrites for writing yet another amazing RomCom!

I literally just eat up these books! Drew and Winston are amazing together and I was so happy to see Winston in a new light.

And Drew! Ugh I’ve loved her since “A Pizza my Heart” and her being a mom and all her struggles, but also being strong and there for her son made me love her even more.

Winston is an unlikely hero and I’m be shocked of he doe
Oct 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: for-review
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“You like it when I’m mean to you.” I shake my head, cupping her face with my hand. “No. I like it when you’re real to me.”
I KNEAD YOU TONIGHT is live! This is basically the ultimate enemies-to-lovers story and I enjoyed the hell out of it! Winston and Drew are volatile and their dynamic cannot be beat! Add in their separate vulnerabilities and hang ups and here we are, a fantastic romantic comedy with a good amount of angst thrown in that only Teagan Hunter can muster up.
Nov 04, 2019 rated it liked it
This was compulsively readable, had some sweet romantic moments, and some good banter, but it ended up being just ok for me. The characters were a little more crass than I generally like and it kind of brought down my overall enjoyment. I also didn't really like Drew. I felt like she was never called out for her reverse snobbery when it came to why she "hated" Winston and she didn't really take responsibility for the fact that he was only mean to her in response to her being mean to him. While I ...more
Julia Griffis - The Romance Bibliophile
I Knead You Tonight was an entertaining addition to the Slice series, and I enjoyed Drew and Winston’s enemies-to-lovers story. I usually love this trope, but for some reason the constant back-and-forth bickering between Drew and Winston was frustrating and annoying at times, and I just couldn’t get fully invested in the storyline and characters. With that being said, I loved Teagan Hunter’s writing style and sense of humor, and I’ll definitely be checking out the next standalone in the Slice se ...more
Oct 30, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in the Slice series. I really enjoy reading this enemies to lovers slash single parent slash small town contemporary romance. This is the first book i have read from Teagan and I very happily say that it will definitely not be the last. Teagan has a way of writing an interesting romcom with actually good man. For a change, I read a male character who wasn’t flawled and all, don’t get me wrong I love reading flawed male hero’s story but Winston did a number on me. And drew ...more
Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“Don't guilt yourself for having a life. You won't always be there for every moment and that's perfectly okay. When you're not there, I'll be there. Between the two of us, we'll capture it all.”

Awwwwwwwshucks this is the book I never knew I kneaded!!! Lol. I completely and utterly enjoyed every page. This sweet and feisty perfection is what I have been missing from a Teagan Hunter book for a long time now 💗💗💗
no offense to drew and winston theyre great but please ma’am i need sully’s book asap thank you

i love u sullivan scott i am free on thursday night and i was wondering if you were also free on thursday night and if you would like to go out with me on thursday night as i am free this thursday night and would like to go out with you sullivan scott
Oct 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I loved this one! I was really drawn to Winston in the last book, so I was really excited to read about him and Drew. Their banter and chemistry was off the charts. It made it such a fun book that I pretty much flew right through it. Seeing how Winston cares for not only Drew but her son, and wanting better for himself because of was all kinds of sexy. There are so many great moments between them. Oh I can’t forget about Simon, he just cracks me up. Busting balls left and right, what a ...more
Marie  Brown (Marie's Tempting Reads)
Where is the ten stars? I NEED to give I Knead You Tonight a ten gloriously funny, witty, sizzling ten stars! This book was SO MUCH FUN and charming as well as down to earth and heartfelt. IKYT left me smiling and wholly content. The storyline and plot are wicked fun and leaves the heart with the warm fuzzies. I couldn't get enough of these characters! ...more
Alex in Spades
Oct 20, 2019 rated it it was ok
2,5 Stars

It saddens me to rate this so low, because I enjoyed all previous Teagan's books so much. But this was just a miss for me. As for the story I'm a big fan of single parent trope. And I liked Drew, she was doing her best as a single mom to a little boy. But the story of how everything happened with Winston was just too much for me.

First of all Winston was a controlling jerk most of the time in my eyes. He basically moved the girl in to his place, by yelling at her. Then he cancelled the l
Romance Schmomance (Malia)
★★★½ - ★★★★

I definitely enjoyed this one, the hate is no joke between Drew and Winston. Winston is a bit of a complex character and under all that vulnerability, I loved the man that he was and what he could be if he just dealt with the truth.

With this being my 3rd book by Teagan Hunter, I think I need a little bit more time to get used to her way of writing.

Full review to come.
Steffi De Ceuster  ♥
Jan 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: owned
This author is one I discovered through my friend Hanne! I'm so glad I came across her books, they have given me great joy already! So even though I wasn't that thrilled for Winston's book I knew I needed to read it because :
one : this author!
two : Enemies to lovers!

And I'm very glad I picked this one up and have enjoyed it very much!
Winston so wasn't the guy I thought he was, it's like the saying : Never judge a book by it's cover! But in Winston his case it lies a little deeper than the looks
konstantina avouri
Oct 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
rivals to lovers roommates with a single mom trope need to say more
Oct 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
After meeting Drew and Winston in A Pizza My Heart, I eagerly awaited their story. These two are outrageous together and mix as well as fire and oil. But all of their mutual supposed hatred and sniping only serves to build the tension between them, turning up the heat, and it provides for one glorious, wild ride!

Drew Woods has her hands full as a single mother, and her stubborn independence precludes her from accepting help from friends, even when it's offered. So it's really no great surprise w
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I’m a Missouri-raised gal, but currently live in South Carolina with my Marine veteran husband. I spend my days begging him for a cat, and 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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Slice (5 books)
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  • Doughn't Let Me Go (Slice, #3)
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