Knitter in His Natural Habitat
Publish date: November 14th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 212
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Knitting (#4)
Another cute addition to this wonderful series. Not my favorite one so far, but still very nice.The reason I liked this a bit less than the other two was mainly Stanley. Stanley was a bit too crude at times for my taste, a bit too bitchy. But the romance was very sweet. Very insta-lovey, but somehow...
I was half-way through this book when I recommended this series to a friend. We are both avid knitters and spinners. What could be better than m/m romance? M/M romance with knitting and spinning as integral parts of the storylines. I love this series! It completely lets me indulge in my two favorite...
This is a nice installation in the series. Sweet and I'm glad I read it. I'm not especially melty for Stanley or Johnny, but they work together. It's an inta-love kind of story, so beware if that's not your bag. And if you love Aiden and Jeremy as much as I do, I suggest having Blackbird ready to go...
It's probably not how it's done, but I have decided to dump these three into one review, and just tell you all that this was PERFECT holiday reading material. Absolutely perfect. I loved the setting, the voices, the love and the angst. And by god I loved the friendship, and the standing up for ...
I just read 3 of Amy Lane's knitting series books (The Winter Courtship Rituals of Fur-Bearing Critters, How to Raise an Honest Rabbit and this one). I enjoyed these books tremendously, and I must say, this is the Amy Lane that I adore! No vampires or alternative universes, no heavy heavy angst, j...