Author: Carol Pedroso
Book: Crochet My Heart
Series: DSP Advent
Page Count: 45 pages
Categories: Contemporary Romance, Gay, Holiday Romance
Release Date: December 1, 2019
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
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Accountant Tristan plans to make a ton of crochet items for his local LGBT charity to sell at their holiday fair. His only problem? He can’t crochet.
Fortunately, the community center offers a class, and it’s taught by Charlie, who is gorgeous and sexy and seems interested. At first. Can grandmotherly fellow classmate Ivy guide the clueless men to each other, or will it take something more serious to help them see the possibilities?
4✨s by Xanthe
This is the type of story that the DSP advent is all about, a feel-good, festive romance. Two men come together as Tristan attempts to learn to crochet to help him make products for an LGBT+ Christmas fundraiser and Charlie is the tutor of a crochet group he looks to for help. They are adorable together as they build a friendship and work to make it more.
There’s also a little bit of drama added in to help both men realize how much they mean to each other. Ivy is an amazing older woman who is not afraid to meddle to get the right outcome, she’s so funny to read. There’s also both men’s families who are there in times of need with love and laughter to boost the men.
Crochet My Heart is a fun, heart-warming romance and has a real community feel to it as the family and friends all come together at the end of the story to really show what a group of people who care can do.
About the Carol Pedroso
Carol Pedroso lives by the seaside in the south east of the UK. She started writing when she was young but stopped once work and life interfered. She started up again in 2014 when she stumbled upon the Wednesday Briefs Writing Group. She likes to ensure all her characters find their HEA and that any bad guys get what they deserve.
Carol is a full-time mum and wife, as well as an active volunteer in her community. She helps out with various charitable groups and teaches classes such as cooking, sewing, and crochet.
She is always grateful to her family and friends (both on and off-line) for their unwavering support in her pursuit of her writing aims.