How to Raise an Honest Rabbit by Amy Lane
This series is like candy to me. Each book is so sweet. I absolutely love the covers too. (Aren’t they the cutest!) So on to the story. Jeremy is a man who had the unlucky break to be born to a grifter. We are never told what happened to his mother. Jeremy doesn’t even know his last name for sure. After his father is killed he tries a check kiting scheme and can’t go through with it. He is arrested for it and spends 2 years in jail. He is determined to go straight. Life is hard as an ex-con and he is desperate for work. Along comes Rance Crawford who picks him up and gives him work and a place to stay. This is where he meets the young Aiden.
This story is just a good old fashioned love story. There isn’t a whole lot of angst. Jeremy has a whole lot of fear of commitment and now he is committing to changing his life, staying in one place, and loving someone. The characters really drive Amy Lane’s books. They are vivid and full of life. You can just picture these people so clearly. The story lines are good as well. The Knitting series is tamer than some of her other books when it comes to sex. This just makes the romance all the more tender in my mind. The story analogies using knitting are wonderful as well. I use to knit some and it makes me want to start again.
Posted on Wednesday, August 21st, 2013, in Book Review, Contemporary, Five Roses, M/M Romance, Novella: 100-150 pages, TJ and tagged Amy Lane, Dreamspinner Press, Five Roses, M/M Romance, Novella. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.