38-41 Granby Knitting Series by Amy Lane

Winter Courtship Rituals of Fur-Bearing Critters

This is the only series that I have found that incorporates a wool mill into the books in a meaningful way. Given that, it is a gay romance with some touching and heartbreaking scenes. This book is not m/m to the exclusion or derision of other types of couples, if anything the orientation is just taken as fact and treated as any other couple. That is not to say that this book does not include any graphic sex, they all seem to.
This is the start of a decent series, if you don’t mind M/M romance. The characters are a little odd, but I love that it is set in a wool mill with very accurate (to my knowledge) explanations of the processes involved.

How to Raise an Honest Rabbit

This is the only series that I have found that incorporates a wool mill into the books in a meaningful way. Given that, it is a gay romance with some touching and heartbreaking scenes. This book is not m/m to the exclusion or derision of other types of couples, if anything the orientation is just taken as fact and treated as any other couple. That is not to say that this book does not include any graphic sex, they all seem to.
This is a good story about a man who emotionally beats himself up, but really is a good man after all. As the characters grow up, physically in some cases and emotionally in others, you can’t help but like them a little more. It really is a short book, but there is quite a bit of emotional development.

Knitter in His Natural Habitat

This is the only series that I have found that incorporates a wool mill into the books in a meaningful way. Given that, it is a gay romance with some touching and heartbreaking scenes. This book is not m/m to the exclusion or derision of other types of couples, if anything the orientation is just taken as fact and treated as any other couple. That is not to say that this book does not include any graphic sex, they all seem to.
This is a story of a gay playboy that happens to run a knitting store for a lovely woman who decides that he is tired of his club hopping ways. He takes up knitting, he loved the colors but never thought of knitting before, and finds himself. Then things begin to heat up! This was a pretty good read, there are certainly some heart-breaking scenes in there but the overall book was good.

Blackbird Knitting in a Bunnies Layer

This is the only series that I have found that incorporates a wool mill into the books in a meaningful way. Given that, it is a gay romance with some touching and heartbreaking scenes. This book is not m/m to the exclusion or derision of other types of couples, if anything the orientation is just taken as fact and treated as any other couple. That is not to say that this book does not include any graphic sex, they all seem to.
This book in particular is a poignant look at two characters that became a couple in the second book in the series. They are very sweet characters and I enjoyed reading about them as they grew as people. There are some elements of one of the other characters pregnancy, she is female, and some other background drama that can be heart wrenching. This was a decent read, and I really enjoyed the Fiber Arts aspect of the book!

Happy Reading!

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