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  • Too slow, very little knitting, DNF at 23%

    DNF at 23%. Mama Joy ran a knitting shop in Harlem, famed just as much for giving a home to four wayward boys as for its knitting classes and community gathering place. Now she's died and her part-time employee Kerry is facing the fact that Mama Joy's adopted sons will probably sell the shop, and with it a piece of Harlem's history. Damien, the eldest, overcame his inauspicious beginnings to become a high flying financial adviser, Lucas is a fireman, Noah is a dancer and Jesse, the youngest, is a bit of a playboy and a drifter. But when the boys sit down to discuss the future it's Jesse who steps up and insists they keep the shop open, even if its only for another six months. Jesse and Kerry grew up together, the two of them silently hiding away in the back of the shop, for their own reasons. But now they are both grown up, and following different paths, can their relationship change? Will the playboy and the wallflower ever be a thing? I was intrigued by the blurb, four hot men who knit, but 23% into the book and frankly I've seen very little knitting. There's a lot of the characters 'telling' the reader their every thought and recounting their childhood and not a lot of showing. The four adoptive brothers are just too different, as a reader I can see the sequel books featuring each of the brothers being set up and it grates. Overall, when I start to promise myself I will continue reading to 25% I know it's time to give up gracefully. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • Nice

    Nice story but not much content, proof reading failed as there were a lot of errors in the spelling and missing words.

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