Posts labeled Annabeth Albert
Review - Wrapped Together by Annabeth Albert
Hollis and Sawyer have known each other since high school, and it would be hard to imagine two more different people. Hollis is a typical introvert: quiet and serious, he carefully considers each decision, avoids frivolity as well as crowds, and constantly over-thinks everything, especially when it comes to Sawyer. By comparison, Sawyer is outgoing and cheerful, quick to develop new passions, whether it’s a hobby or a new boyfriend, but, at least in Hollis’ eyes, just as quick to lose interest.
Review - Status Update by Annabeth Albert
Game developer Adrian and geoarchaeology professor Noah meet quite by chance in a Utah RV campground when Adrian’s would-be boyfriend abandons him with just the clothes he’s wearing and his tiny dog Pixel. The heavily closeted teacher and outgoiong young programmer seem like an unlikely pair, but there’s still an attraction, even with the odds stacked against them. “Status Update” is a tale of a very unlikely romance. The two men’s meeting may be an amazing coincidence, but their struggle to find a way to have a relationship seems very real.
Review - Knit Tight by Annabeth Albert
Brady seems to be one of the rare Portland baristas who doesn’t aspire to be something else. He is good at his job, and in any case, raising his three younger siblings after his mother dies doesn’t leave him any time to consider something else. Once a week the coffee shop hosts the ladies from the knitting shop down the street. “Knit Night” isn’t exactly Brady’s favorite night to work, but it keeps the shop busy.