Donut Disturb by Melissa Williams

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Donut Disturb by Melissa Williams

Romantic Comedy, Enemies to Lovers, Romantic Suspense


Rating: 3 out of 5.


It was a donut emergency. A dough or die moment.

At least, that’s what I’m telling myself. It would explain why, from the moment Baxter DeCavhalo comes crashing into my kitchen, I’ve been acting out of character.

Why I’m sharing secret donut recipes, licking frosting off fingers that aren’t mine, and falling for the off-limits neighbor. I know better, I need to be focusing on my bakery and my next donut creation…but there’s just something about Bax that keeps me coming back for more.

It’s not the heat of the kitchen that’s getting to me, it’s Bax. And this slow burn is about to combust.

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I found Donut Disturb randomly on kindle unlimited.  This was one of the recommendations from Amazon.  It was a very quick read, I ended up reading it in one sitting,  it was sweet and cute.  

It is marketed as an enemies to lovers book, but the book is so short that the enemies last for like two minutes.  There is also some romantic suspense, and of course some laughs. Cassidy was adorable.  She was quirky and cute and I really liked her.  I felt like I knew Bax a little less. He was fine, I liked him, but the Cassidy’s POV chapters were told in the first person and Bax’s were in the third person.  This made me connect with him a little less.  

There is also some serious insta love here.  Look this book is short so I get it, but I think maybe the small enemies to lovers section could have been removed in favor of a meet cute.  Overall, I enjoyed this book and intend to continue on with the series.  The next book is about Harrison Cassidy’s brother who seems like a very interesting character.  

If you are looking for a quick cute read then pick up Donut Distrub.  Be aware this book will leave you craving donuts though. 

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