Knot My Type Evie Mitchell

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Book Review: Knot My Type (All Access #1) by Evie MitchellKnot My Type by Evie Mitchell
Series: All Access #1
Published by Thunder Thighs Publishing on October 4, 2021
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Pages: 218
Format: eBook
Source: KindleUnlimited

He doesn’t do relationships.
She doesn’t do flings.
Everything they thought is about to unravel…

When you say you’re a sexologist, people imagine Marilyn Monroe. They don’t expect a woman who uses a wheelchair. As the host of the All Access Podcast, I’m breaking barriers, crushing stigmas, and creating sexual connections that are fulfilling for my fans. I’m like cupid, but with pink hair and fewer diapers.
Only, I’ve hit a snag. A lovely Slot Gacor Gampang Menang listener wants some advice about accessible rope play and I’m drawing a big fat blank. Which leaves me with no option but to get out there and give it a go.
Which is how I meet Jay Wood—rigger, carpenter, and all-round hottie.
I’d be open to letting him wine and dine me—only Jay isn’t my type. He’s not a one-girl kind of guy. Monogamy isn’t even in his vocab, and I’m not a woman who’ll settle for being second choice.
But the closer we get, the more Jay has me tied up in knots.
And it’s making me think, maybe I could compromise and accept a little Wood in my life. Even if it’s only temporary.

Frankie’s funny, intelligent, and ridiculously sexy. This should be a no-brainer. A little fun in the sheets, and a little romp with some ropes—simple.
Only the infuriating woman is asking for more. I’m not that kind of guy. I wouldn’t even know how to be that kind of guy. I’m the definition of easy.
It’ll be fine. We’ll be friends. Just friends.
So, why does my heart feel frayed? And why is it I can’t help but consider taking the ultimate leap of faith—tying myself to Frankie. Permanently.

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Knot My Type by Evie Mitchell was everything I didn’t know I needed.

Rating Report
Steam Level
Supporting Characters
Overall: four-stars

Knot My Type by Evie Mitchell

Knot My Type by Evie Mitchell follows Frankie, a sexologist, hosts a podcast where no topic is off-limits. Her views on relationships, sex, and accessibility has put her podcast up for a Poddie award. Her producer wants to really emphasis their next few shows as the judge panel will be all ears. She recommends taking a suggestion from one of their listeners about accessible rope play – otherwise known as shibari. Frankie agrees and her research leads her to the handsome rigger, Jay Wood.

Jay is a local carpenter but moonlights as a shibari teacher. When he gets a text from a friend of a friend about rope play, he is immediately curious. He does some online stalking and finds that his texter is none other than Dr. Frankie Kenton. And when they met, Jay is immediately attracted to the cutie in the pink wheelchair with matching pink hair. He is determined to prolong Frankie’s research by insisting she model at his next shibari class. His subconscious, however, is sending him red flags. Jay has been emotionally unavailable for a while now, and Frankie has all the assets to break down his walls.

Tropes Included:

  • Mutual Pining
  • Fighting Attraction
  • Interabled Couple
  • Kink Play

When I tell you I swooned over this romance, I swooned. People that have been through hard times always shine the brightest; that is Frankie to a T. Her character is such a ray of sunshine. I loved how the author handled her disability. There are no scenes where a character judges her for being in a wheelchair. There are no scenes where she feels sympathetic eyes or stares. Her biggest barrier, in that regard, is herself. And damn, does Jay come to ease her concerns every time.

Another thing, why didn’t anyone tell me how erotic shibari is?! The scene where she models for Jay’s class is fire. Rest assured, they continue this beautiful practice in private and every single time is just so steamy.

I did end up giving this 4 stars for a couple of reasons. The writing style wasn’t really my favorite to read. That is a completely personal preference. I also wished there was a little push when it came to the couple fighting attraction. Jay would say that he absolutely wasn’t going to give in to Frankie, yet almost immediately he caved. A dash more angst would have made their coming together so much more sweeter.

Otherwise, Knot My Type by Evie Mitchell is a fantastic read. Everyone should be able to find something to rave about in this romance. Highly recommend!

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